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Ham radio operator's guide, Carl J. Bergquist

Label
Ham radio operator's guide
Title
Ham radio operator's guide
Statement of responsibility
Carl J. Bergquist
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Bergquist, Carl J
Dewey number
621.3841/6
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TK9956
LC item number
.B453 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • handbooks
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Bergquist, Carl J
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  • Radio
  • Radio
Label
Ham radio operator's guide, Carl J. Bergquist
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Revised edition of: Howard W. Sams ham radio operator's guide. c1999
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Amateur Extra Class
  • Repeaters
  • 131
  • HAM Radio Activities
  • 140
  • QSOs
  • 140
  • DXing
  • 142
  • Propagation
  • 144
  • 39
  • HAM Radio Clubs
  • 145
  • HAMfests
  • 146
  • Swap Meets
  • 149
  • Foxhunts
  • 149
  • Field Day
  • 151
  • The Test!!!!!
  • Networks
  • 153
  • Educational Efforts
  • 156
  • Contesting
  • 157
  • Balloon Launches
  • 158
  • Recruitment
  • 160
  • 51
  • HAM Traditions, Etiquette, Conventions, Safety, Do's and Don'ts, etc., etc., etc.
  • 162
  • First Names Only
  • 163
  • Camaraderie
  • 164
  • General Courtesies of HAM Radio
  • 165
  • Appropriate Language
  • 165
  • You Have Your Ticket, Now The Fun Begins!
  • Operating Procedures
  • 166
  • FCC and Amateur Radio Band Plans
  • 169
  • Safety for RF and Gneral
  • 170
  • Antennas
  • 174
  • Special HAM Terminology
  • 179
  • 57
  • The Q-Codes
  • 180
  • Phonetic Alphabet
  • 186
  • Some Colorful HAM Lingo
  • 188
  • HAM Radio Photo Gallery
  • 193
  • On-Air Operation
  • 201
  • Areas of HAM Radio
  • Some Operating Procedures and Courtesies
  • 204
  • Listening
  • 204
  • Give Your Call Sign
  • 206
  • Use the Q-Codes
  • 207
  • Amateur Radio Jargon
  • 208
  • 59
  • Band Plans
  • 209
  • The Phonetic Alphabet
  • 210
  • FCC Rules and Regulations
  • 212
  • Unauthorized Operation
  • 215
  • HAM Radio Contacts or QSOs
  • 217
  • Spheres of Communication
  • Calling CQ
  • 217
  • Answering CQ Calls
  • 219
  • Contesting
  • 221
  • Working Pileups
  • 226
  • Logs, Logging, and QSL Cards
  • 228
  • 61
  • Working with the Equipment
  • 232
  • Tuning the Radio
  • 232
  • Tuning the Antenna
  • 236
  • Antenna Installation Tips
  • 239
  • Propagation
  • 247
  • FCC Licensing Scheme
  • Phone (Voice Communications)
  • Sporadic-E
  • 251
  • Tropospheric Ducting
  • 252
  • Ground Wave
  • 252
  • Auroras
  • 253
  • Meteor Showers (Meteor Sctter)
  • 254
  • 61
  • Solar Flares
  • 254
  • Evaluating the Data
  • 255
  • High Frequency (HF)
  • 256
  • VHF and UHF
  • 259
  • What Do You Say? Let's Build Some Stuff!
  • 265
  • High Frequency (HF)
  • Handy Dandy Field Strength Meter (FSM)
  • 269
  • A Radio Frequency (RF) Relay
  • 277
  • Power Distribution Center
  • 285
  • A Simple Ground Plane Antenna
  • 293
  • The Dipole Antenna
  • 299
  • 65
  • A Cubical Quad Beam Antenna
  • 308
  • Simple SWR Meter for 1 to 300 megahertz
  • 339
  • Tiny 40-Meter CW Transmitter
  • 347
  • Low Very High Frequency (LVHF)
  • 65
  • Very High Frequency (VHF)
  • 66
  • Ultrahigh Frequency (UHF)
  • 67
  • 13
  • Microwave
  • 68
  • Very Low Frequency (VLF)
  • 69
  • Repeaters
  • 70
  • QRP or Weak-Signal Communications
  • 71
  • Alternate Power Stations
  • 72
  • There's a New Sheriff at the FCC
  • Radio Teletype (RTTY)
  • 72
  • Packet Radio
  • 73
  • Satellite Communications
  • 76
  • Slow-Scan Television (SSTV)
  • 77
  • Amateur Television (ATV)
  • 78
  • 15
  • Earth-Moon-Earth (EME)
  • 80
  • Laser Communications
  • 81
  • Amateur Radio Equipment
  • 83
  • Receivers
  • 84
  • Transmitters
  • 87
  • Technician Class
  • Transceivers
  • 88
  • Linear Amplifiers
  • 90
  • Antennas and Associated Friends
  • 92
  • Towers
  • 103
  • Duplexers and Antenna Switches
  • 108
  • 18
  • Antenna Tuners
  • 109
  • Handy Talkie (HT)
  • 110
  • Transverters
  • 111
  • Meters
  • 112
  • Power Supplies
  • 114
  • General Class
  • CW Keys
  • 116
  • Electronic Keyers
  • 118
  • Microphones
  • 119
  • Batteries and Chargers
  • 120
  • Terminal Control Node (TNC)
  • 122
  • 28
  • Phone Patches
  • 123
  • Filters
  • 124
  • Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • 126
  • Preamplifiers
  • 127
  • Test Equipment
  • 128
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (386 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035688112
Label
Ham radio operator's guide, Carl J. Bergquist
Link
Publication
Note
  • Revised edition of: Howard W. Sams ham radio operator's guide. c1999
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Amateur Extra Class
  • Repeaters
  • 131
  • HAM Radio Activities
  • 140
  • QSOs
  • 140
  • DXing
  • 142
  • Propagation
  • 144
  • 39
  • HAM Radio Clubs
  • 145
  • HAMfests
  • 146
  • Swap Meets
  • 149
  • Foxhunts
  • 149
  • Field Day
  • 151
  • The Test!!!!!
  • Networks
  • 153
  • Educational Efforts
  • 156
  • Contesting
  • 157
  • Balloon Launches
  • 158
  • Recruitment
  • 160
  • 51
  • HAM Traditions, Etiquette, Conventions, Safety, Do's and Don'ts, etc., etc., etc.
  • 162
  • First Names Only
  • 163
  • Camaraderie
  • 164
  • General Courtesies of HAM Radio
  • 165
  • Appropriate Language
  • 165
  • You Have Your Ticket, Now The Fun Begins!
  • Operating Procedures
  • 166
  • FCC and Amateur Radio Band Plans
  • 169
  • Safety for RF and Gneral
  • 170
  • Antennas
  • 174
  • Special HAM Terminology
  • 179
  • 57
  • The Q-Codes
  • 180
  • Phonetic Alphabet
  • 186
  • Some Colorful HAM Lingo
  • 188
  • HAM Radio Photo Gallery
  • 193
  • On-Air Operation
  • 201
  • Areas of HAM Radio
  • Some Operating Procedures and Courtesies
  • 204
  • Listening
  • 204
  • Give Your Call Sign
  • 206
  • Use the Q-Codes
  • 207
  • Amateur Radio Jargon
  • 208
  • 59
  • Band Plans
  • 209
  • The Phonetic Alphabet
  • 210
  • FCC Rules and Regulations
  • 212
  • Unauthorized Operation
  • 215
  • HAM Radio Contacts or QSOs
  • 217
  • Spheres of Communication
  • Calling CQ
  • 217
  • Answering CQ Calls
  • 219
  • Contesting
  • 221
  • Working Pileups
  • 226
  • Logs, Logging, and QSL Cards
  • 228
  • 61
  • Working with the Equipment
  • 232
  • Tuning the Radio
  • 232
  • Tuning the Antenna
  • 236
  • Antenna Installation Tips
  • 239
  • Propagation
  • 247
  • FCC Licensing Scheme
  • Phone (Voice Communications)
  • Sporadic-E
  • 251
  • Tropospheric Ducting
  • 252
  • Ground Wave
  • 252
  • Auroras
  • 253
  • Meteor Showers (Meteor Sctter)
  • 254
  • 61
  • Solar Flares
  • 254
  • Evaluating the Data
  • 255
  • High Frequency (HF)
  • 256
  • VHF and UHF
  • 259
  • What Do You Say? Let's Build Some Stuff!
  • 265
  • High Frequency (HF)
  • Handy Dandy Field Strength Meter (FSM)
  • 269
  • A Radio Frequency (RF) Relay
  • 277
  • Power Distribution Center
  • 285
  • A Simple Ground Plane Antenna
  • 293
  • The Dipole Antenna
  • 299
  • 65
  • A Cubical Quad Beam Antenna
  • 308
  • Simple SWR Meter for 1 to 300 megahertz
  • 339
  • Tiny 40-Meter CW Transmitter
  • 347
  • Low Very High Frequency (LVHF)
  • 65
  • Very High Frequency (VHF)
  • 66
  • Ultrahigh Frequency (UHF)
  • 67
  • 13
  • Microwave
  • 68
  • Very Low Frequency (VLF)
  • 69
  • Repeaters
  • 70
  • QRP or Weak-Signal Communications
  • 71
  • Alternate Power Stations
  • 72
  • There's a New Sheriff at the FCC
  • Radio Teletype (RTTY)
  • 72
  • Packet Radio
  • 73
  • Satellite Communications
  • 76
  • Slow-Scan Television (SSTV)
  • 77
  • Amateur Television (ATV)
  • 78
  • 15
  • Earth-Moon-Earth (EME)
  • 80
  • Laser Communications
  • 81
  • Amateur Radio Equipment
  • 83
  • Receivers
  • 84
  • Transmitters
  • 87
  • Technician Class
  • Transceivers
  • 88
  • Linear Amplifiers
  • 90
  • Antennas and Associated Friends
  • 92
  • Towers
  • 103
  • Duplexers and Antenna Switches
  • 108
  • 18
  • Antenna Tuners
  • 109
  • Handy Talkie (HT)
  • 110
  • Transverters
  • 111
  • Meters
  • 112
  • Power Supplies
  • 114
  • General Class
  • CW Keys
  • 116
  • Electronic Keyers
  • 118
  • Microphones
  • 119
  • Batteries and Chargers
  • 120
  • Terminal Control Node (TNC)
  • 122
  • 28
  • Phone Patches
  • 123
  • Filters
  • 124
  • Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
  • 126
  • Preamplifiers
  • 127
  • Test Equipment
  • 128
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (386 pages
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1035688112

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