Title Authors Series Published date ISBN Summary
2014 ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications Softcover ARRL Inc. 01/10/2013 9781625950017
2016 ARRL Handbook 93rd Ed Hardcover ARRL Inc. 01/07/2015 9781625950420
2016-2020 Extra Class FCC Element 4 Gordon West, WB6NOA, Eric P. Nichols, KL7AJ, Technical Editor 01/05/2016 9780945053866
ABCs of Software Defined Radio Martin Ewing 01/01/2012 9780872596320 Amateur radio operators are finding themselves incorporating Software Defined Radio (SDR)- the latest big step in radio communications -into their operational activities. From basic low power rigs to the most powerful radios, they’re all using SDR technology.–Book cover.
All About Vertical Antennas William I. Orr 06/1986 0933616090
Arrl Antenna Book R. Dean Straw 19 09/2000 9780872598041
Arrl Handbook for Radio Communications 2006: 83rd Edition (ARRL HANDBOOK FOR RADIO AMATEURS) R. Dean Straw 9780872599482
Arrl Hints & Kinks Dana G. Reed 01/06/2005 9780872599369
Arrl On4un’s Low Band Dxing John Devoldere 01/05/2005 9780872599147
ARRL’s Small Antennas for Small Spaces ARRL Inc., Steve Ford WB8IMY 14/12/2015 9781625950512
Emergency Power for Radio Communications Arrl Inc 26/04/2012 9780872596153
General Class Gordon West 2000
Get on the Air with HF Digital Steve Ford 01/01/2011 9780872596016 Step-by-step guide that will get you started in the fascinating world of HF digital technology. Written in an easy to understand, conversational style, this book will show you how to set up and operate your own HF digital. The text includes instructions for configuring software programs for popular modes such as RTTY, PSK31 and JT65. You will also learn about other digital communication modes including MFSK, Olivia and PACTOR.–Book cover.
Grounding and Bonding for the Radio Amateur ARRL Inc, H Ward Silver N0AX 12/04/2017 9781625950659
Ham Radio Anthology: Antennas 1968 to 1972 Ham Radio Magazine 2003 9780943016276
Ham Radio Anthology: Antennas 1973 to 1975 Ham Radio Magazine 2003 9780943016283
Ham Radio Anthology: Homebrewing Techniques Ham Radio Magazine 15/05/2003 9780943016252
Ham Radio Anthology: Test Equipment and Repair Techniques Ham Radio Magazine 15/05/2003 9780943016269
HF Antennas for All Locations L. A. Moxon 1982 0900612576
High Frequency Antenna Collection RSGB 1991 9781872309088
High Speed Multimedia for Amateur Radio ARRL Inc 09/06/2016 9781625950529
Hints and Kinks for the Radio Amateur KU7G Robert Schetgen 02/1992 9780872593855
IC function locator Ken Tracton 1978 083067960X
IOTA Directory Roger Balister 04/2004 1872309968
Now You’re Talking! All You Need to Get Your First Amateur Radio License, Fifth Edition American Radio Relay League 9780872598812
Oscilloscopes for Radio Amateurs ARRL Inc. 14/04/2015 9781625950239
Practical Wire Antennas John D. Heys 1989 9780900612879
Radio Frequency Interference Ed Hare, Robert Schetgen 01/01/1991 9780872593756
Radio Handbook William I. Orr 1935 0672224240
Radio Orienteering Bob Titterington, David Williams, David Deane 01/04/2007 9781905086269
Radio/Tech modifications Artsci 1991 0917963245
Radio/Tech Modifications 9B William V. Smith 01/08/1997 9780917963117
Shortwave Radio Listening for Beginners Anita Louise McCormick 01/04/1993 083064136X
Sloper Antennas Single- and Multi-Element Directive Antennas for the Low Bands OE5CWL Juergen A. Weigl 2009 9780943016412
Stealth Antennas Steve Nichols 2014 9781910193051
Storm Spotting and Amateur Radio 2nd edition ARRL Inc 09/06/2016 9781625950574
The ARRL Antenna Compendium American Radio Relay League 1 (volume 6) 01/06/1998 9780872597433
The ARRL Antenna Compendium Gerald L. Hall, American Radio Relay League 1990 0872592545 Covers a wide range of antenna types and related topics, including innovative verticals, an attic tri-bander, antenna modeling and propagation.
The ARRL Antenna Compendium Volume 6 ARRL Inc. 1 (volume 6) 01/06/1998 9780872597433
The ARRL Extra Class License Manual for Radio Amateaurs, 8th Edition Arrl 01/06/2002 9780872598652
The ARRL Extra Class License Manual Spiral 11th Edition Arrl Inc 20/05/2016 9781625950550
The ARRL General Class License Manual ARRL 2019 9781625951069
The ARRL General Class License Manual for Ham Radio H. Ward Silver, Mark Wilson 2011 9780872598119 Offers a review of the subjects covered in the ARRL licensing exam, along with a pool of questions currently used in the exam and cross-references for answers to specific questions within the text.
The ARRL General Class License Manual Spiral Bound ARRL Inc. 08/05/2015 9781625950314
The ARRL Guide to Antenna Tuners Joel R. Hallas 01/11/2010 9780872590984
The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications 2009 American Radio Relay League 01/08/2008 9780872591400 American Radio Relay League handbook for radio communications Handbook for radio communications.
The Arrl Handbook for Radio Communications 2015 ARRL Inc. 09/2014 9781625950208 The ARRL Handbook is widely used by radio amateurs as a reliable and highly-respected guide to station design, construction, modification, and repair. Introduced in 1926 as the Radio Amateur s Handbook, each edition has remained true to this publishing legacy: a concise source of reference and information for applied radio electronics and experimentation. Chapter by chapter, you will discover the theory, practical information and construction details to expand your knowledge and skill as an Amateur Radio operator and experimenter. This ninety-second edition of The Handbook is at the forefront of the growing field of wireless telecommunications. The book covers not only the fundamentals of radio electronics analog and digital but also practical circuit and antenna design, computer-aided design, digital operating modes, equipment troubleshooting, and reducing RF interference. Many projects and construction articles are included to help enhance your station and expand your participation as an active radio experimenter. Practical applications and solutions make The ARRL Handbook a must-have for hobbyists and technical professionals, finding its way onto workbenches, operating desks, and into university libraries and classrooms.
The ARRL Repeater Directory 2009-2010 Desktop (ARRL Repeater Directory (Desktop)) Arrl 01/04/2009 9780872591318
The Fast Track to Your Extra Class Ham Radio License: Covers all FCC Amateur Extra Class Exam Questions through June 30, 2020 (Fast Track Ham License Series) (Volume 3) Michael Burnette 25/06/2018 9781721941612
The Fast Track to Your General Class Ham Radio License Michael Burnette 08/05/2019 9781095927120 This is the edition to purchase if you plan to take your General Exam after July 1, 2019. If your plan is to take it before then, please see the earlier edition of this program, under the same title. Everything you need to prepare for your General Class ham license. Covers every question on the General exam. Memorizing 400+ random answers is hard — and boring. Learning is easy! If you’ve made the decision to open up your ham radio world by going for the General Class License, great! General is certainly more challenging than Technician, but The Fast Track to Your General Class Ham Radio License explains the reasoning and technology behind each correct answer on the General Class exam so you’ll understand and remember the subject matter. Created by an experienced ham and adult educator, it’s like having your own, patient, experienced, good-humored mentor for the exam. To get your General Class license you must pass a multiple-choice test. The General license test consists of 35 questions drawn from a pool of 462. Memorizing the answers to 462 disconnected questions is difficult, but The Fast Track makes getting your upgrade easier by explaining the logic behind each correct answer. It’s simple: When you understand the material, and you have a context for the material, you remember the answers and pass the test. Best of all, once you’ve passed your exam you’ll have a solid grounding in ham radio basics. – Includes every possible question and every answer – Correct answers clearly marked in bold – Precise instructions for how to locate a testing session, how to prepare, and even what to bring — and what not to bring — to the test. – All technical topics explained in clear, plain language, often with illustrations – Step by step instructions to solve all the math problems – Test taking strategies – Hints to easily solve many questions and avoid the traps in the test – Written in “learning order”, not just the (confusing) order of the official question bank. – Covers questions that will be used until June 30, 2019. – Over 300 pages packed with information Rave reviews for The Fast Track To Your Technician Class Ham Radio License: “This is a great book. So many of the study guides are just question dumps and it’s a horrible way to learn, at least for me. I need an explanation and something to keep my interest and Mr. Burnette’s book fit the bill perfectly. I echo all the sentiments of the other reviewers, the author is a top notch communicator.” “Michael Burnette’s ham radio exam prep book is the most useful and comprehensive book that I have found on this subject and makes getting ready for this exam not only easy, but fun. I have learned so much since studying this guide and feel ready to take this exam at a moment’s notice. The guide has a wealth of information, not only on the questions and answers, but on the exam itself that is sure to put any test taker’s mind at ease.” “The Audible copy was GREAT because Michael Burnette is an exciting and entertaining and memorable guide!” “Thank you! Thank you a thousand times over. I bought your book in order to study for my tech license(Kindle version) and the audiobook and I loved them! I originally bought ** *****’s CD’s and they confused me. I bought yours and it made learning simple and enjoyable. I did this to surprise my husband of 30 years who has had a license sincethe early parts of our marriage. He has asked me off and on to consider getting a license and I kept saying no. Well with the help of your book and audiobook, I was able to blow his doors off and pass my technician exam first try. Now if you only had volumes for general and expert, the world would be perfect. Seriously thanks again.”
The Fast Track to Your Technician Class Ham Radio License Michael Burnette 17/10/2014 9781503077379 Memorizing answers is hard. Learning is easy! The Fast Track to Your Technician Ham Radio License explains the reasoning and technology behind each correct answer on the Amateur Radio exam so you’ll understand and remember the subject matter. Created by an experienced ham and adult educator, it’s like having your own, patient, experienced, good-humored mentor for the exam. Technician is the entry-level ham radio license that lets you operate on all ham channels from 30 MHz up, which includes the very popular VHF and UHF bands. To get your license you must pass a multiple-choice test. The Technician license test consists of 35 questions drawn from a pool of about 350. Memorizing the answers to 350 questions is difficult, but The Fast Track makes getting your license easy by explaining the logic behind each correct answer. It’s simple: When you understand the material, you remember the answers and pass the test. Best of all, once you’ve passed your exam you’ll have a solid grounding in ham radio basics. – Includes every possible question and every answer – Correct answers clearly marked in bold – Precise instructions for how to locate a testing session, how to prepare, and even what to bring — and what not to bring — to the test. – All technical topics explained in clear, plain language, most with illustrations – Step by step instructions to solve all the math problems, complete with exactly which keys to press on your calculator for each problem – Test taking strategies – Hints to easily solve many questions and avoid the traps in the test – Written in “learning order,” not just the order of the official question bank. – Covers questions that will be used until June 30, 2018. -Nearly 300 pages packed with information
The W6Sai Hf Antenna Handbook William I. Orr 01/05/1996 9780943016153
The ​Amateur Radio Public Service Handbook ARRL Inc. 2012 9780872594845 Prepare ​for the Unexpected!

Amateur Radio has consistently been the most reliable means of communications when other systems have failed. Hams work closely with disaster relief agency officials from FEMA, the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army, and other response organizations to offer wireless communications aid. From wildfires and earthquakes to marathons and road races, when getting the message through is critical, ham radio works.

The Amateur Radio Public Service Handbook is for all hams that volunteer their time and skill to serve their communities. It provides knowledge needed for communicating quickly and effectively during disasters, emergencies, and community events, as well as an opportunity to learn more about the Amateur Radio Service and its unique role in supporting the public.

Includes:
– The ARRL & ARES
– Served Agencies
– Training and Readiness
– Nets and the National Traffic System
– The Response
– Public Service
– Digital Modes
– Other Relevant Organizations
…and more!
The ​ARRL Antenna Compendium 3. ARRL Inc. 1 (volume 3) 1992 9780872594012 Quench ​your thirst for new antenna designs, from Allen’s Log Periodic Loop Array to Zavrel’s Triband Triangle. Discover a 12-meter quad, a discone, modeling with MININEC and VHF/UHF ray tracing.
The ​ARRL Antenna Compendium 7. ARRL Inc. 1 (volume 7) 2002 9780872598607 Hooray ​for antennas! This is the seventh in the very popular ARRL Antenna Compendium series.

You’ll find articles covering a very wide range of antenna-related topics, including:
– 30, 40, 80 and 160-Meter Antennas
– Measurements and Computations
– Mobile Antennas
– Multiband Antennas
– Practical Tips
– Propagation and Ground Effects
– Quad Antennas
– Special Antennas
– Stealth Antennas
– Tuners and Transmission Lines
– Vertical Antennas
– VHF/UHF Antennas
– Wire Antennas
– Yagi Antennas

And, this volume includes even more articles on low-band antennas and operating, and great designs for operating on the road-from cars, vans or motor homes.
The ​ARRL Antenna Compendium 8. ARRL Inc. 1 (volume 8) 2010 9780872590991 The ​Most Innovative Antenna Projects Yet!

This is the eighth in the very popular ARRL Antenna Compendium series. Inside are 60 articles from QST magazine featuring practical ideas, tips and some of the best antenna projects. Showcasing the work of many well-known authors, as well as some new ones, you’ll find articles on the Handy Yagi Antenna, Compact 40 Meter HF Loop, and 20 and 40 Meter Verticals on “Autopilot”. You’ll also find articles on HF and VHF beams, multiband wire antennas and much more!

Volume 8 covers a complete list of topics including:
– HF Portable
– HF Directional
– HF Omnidirectional
– VHF/UHF Portable
– VHF/UHF Omnidirectional
– VHF/UHF Directional

There’s something of interest for every antenna enthusiast!
Transistor Substitution Handbook Sams 07/1978 0672215152
Tube Substitution Handbook The Howard W. Sams Engineering Staff 1975 0672212250
Vertical Antenna Classics (Radio amateur’s library) ARRL Inc. 01/11/1995 9780872595217
W1FB’s Design Notebook Doug DeMaw 01/01/1990 0872593207
W1FB’s QRP Notebook Doug Demaw 05/06/1999 9780872593657
Lee, Paul H. The Amateur Radio Vertical Antenna Handbook 2nd 1984
Kantronics KPC-3 Plus 1200 baud Oacket Communicator 1997 P/N 181-0084
Lost User Manuals 2nd Operating Instructions for: Amateur Radios, Scanners
Hurder, Luck Public Service Commuications Manual
The World Transistor Cross-Reference Guide
Transistor D.A.T.A. Book