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Microwave Know How Microwave Know How

Edited by: Andy Barter, G8ATD

This book is a new compilation of articles aimed at those who are interested in building equipment for the amateur radio microwave bands. The designs in this book are from authors all around the world who are keen microwave constructors themselves. This ensures that the all of the projects use modern techniques and up to date components. The book includes chapters covering:

* Antennas with designs for 23cm, 13cm, 6cm.
* Power amplifiers for 23cm and 10GHz.
* Measuring equipment, with different ways to use a spectrum analyser and a very useful noise source.
* Filters and design of filters, useful for the accomplished constructor and a Hybrid coupler for 13cm.
* Modifying commercial equipment with detail of using surplus equipment to get o 5.7GHz, 10GHz and 24GHz.
* Converter for S band using a YIG LO and a 2m down converter for use with SDRs
* Oscillators showing how to use a DDS and MMICs

If you are already active on the microwave bands or simply looking for interesting projects Microwave Know How will show you how easy it is to become more active using modern devices and equipment.

Size 174x240mm, 192pages ISBN: 9781 9050 8656 6


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International Microwave Handbook - 2nd Edition International Microwave Handbook - 2nd Edition
Edited by Andy Barter, G8ATD

The microwave bands are a very popular part of the amateur radio spectrum. They provide the space to experiment with many of the modern modes of transmission and, with the availability of high performance components, kits and ready built units, there is ample opportunity for everyone to take advantage of these interesting bands.

The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) in partnership with the American Radio Relay league (ARRL) has produced this second edition of this International Microwave Handbook. As before, this book provides reference information and designs from around the world of microwaves. Material has been drawn from many sources including the RSGB journal RadCom and the ARRL publications QST and QEX. Alongside this, a truly international range of material from radio amateurs has been sourced from countries including Germany, Slovenia, Australia, South Africa, USA, UK and many more.The book contains invaluable reference material for those who want to understand these exciting bands.

The fundamental principles used to design and construct equipment for the microwave bands are all covered. Techniques and devices lead the reader to understand the wide range of modern components and equipment available that can reasonably be used by radio amateurs - these range from those that can be used by most radio amateurs to those that require a high degree of skill.This second edition of International Microwave Handbook has been overhauled and updated to incorporate the many advances that have led to an easier and more cost effective entry onto the microwave bands. For those considering the move to the microwave bands or those already active, this book is the best guide to this exciting area of amateur radio.

Size 240x174mm, 544 pages, ISBN 9781-9050-8644-3



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Microwave Projects Microwave Projects
Edited by: Andy Barter, G8ATD

Microwave Projects is aimed at those who are interested in building equipment for the amateur radio microwave bands. Packed full of ideas from around the world this book covers the subject with a variety of projects. The book has many contributors who have a wealth of experience in this area and they have produced many projects, design ideas, complete designs and modifications of commercial equipment, for the book. This title provides much useful information as to what can be achieved effectively and economically. Aimed at both the relative novice and the "old hand" the book also covers useful theory of designing microwave circuits and test equipment for the projects. The book includes chapters covering:
· Signal Sources
· Transverters
· Power Amplifiers
· Test Equipment
· Design
Microwave Projects is a must have book for all those who are already active on the microwave bands and those looking for interesting projects to embark on.

© Radio Society of Great Britain 2003, ISBN: 1-872309-90-9, 200 pages 173x240mm



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Microwave projects 2 Microwave projects 2

By Andy Barter, G8ATD

Following the huge success of Microwave Projects, Andy Barter, G8ATD brings you more innovative projects from around the world. If you are interested in building equipment for the amateur radio microwave bands, the designs in this book are sure to please you. Projects have been selected from international authors and all of the projects use modern techniques and up to date components. Details of how to obtain ready-made boards are included with most projects. The book includes chapters covering:

* Transverters and transmitters, including two new transverter designs for 23cm and 13cm plus an ATV transmitter for 3cm.
* Receive amplifiers, including preamplifiers for 23cm, 13cm, 6cm and 3cm.
* Power amplifiers, including a detailed design for a valve amplifier for 23cm plus solidstate amplifiers for 23cm, 6cm, 3cm, 24GHz and 76GHz.
* Filters, including detailed design technique for coaxial and stripline low pass filters.
* Miscellaneous, including rare articles on using YIG oscillators and microwave absorbers.

If you are interested the microwave bands or just in amateur radio construction Microwave Projects 2 provides great ideas and projects to satisfy everyone.

RSGB, paperback, 240 by 175 mm, 216 pages. ISBN: 1-905086-09-1


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