Programming Amateur Radios with CHIRP: Ham Radio Setups Made Easy#ad - Just hook the radio up to the computer, enter in all your information, transfer the frequency and channel data into the radio, and you’re good to go. Back in my day, radios came with a CW key and a frequency knob, and that was all we needed. Every old ham curmudgeonok, that’s probably a slight exaggeration, but radios were a lot simpler in the “distant” past, when everything was station-to-station, and most communications were some flavor of HF.
If you aren’t good with computers, or you’re having trouble with the basic process, editing that data, or are otherwise pulling your hair out trying to get your radio programmed, connecting your radio with an appropriate cable and communications port, then this book is for you! We’ll walk through getting the software installed and set up, reading template data from the radio, don’t know what all those columns mean, and writing that data back out to the radio.
This is good in that it keeps costs down, and allows for waterproofing, adds to durability, but it doesn’t make programming them any easier. These things just aren’t that simple. Fortunately, we have computers to handle all the programming stuff for us. Nowadays, repeaters with tones, digital modes, uhf, reflectors, cw/ssB/AM/FM/MW, VHF, talk groups, repeaters with offsets, User IDs, we have HF, and who-knows-what coming down the road for next year.
Programming Amateur Radios with CHIRP: Ham Radio Setups Made Easy #ad - What happens when you try to use the software that came with your radio, when the radio was sold in 2007 and the software was made for Windows XP? Or maybe your radio came with a state-of-the-art serial port connector. And even though many ham operators enjoy tinkering with computers, there are many who still haven’t embraced computers.
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Each topic has been written and updated by experienced hams. Everything for the active ham radio operatorthe aRRL Operating Manual is the most comprehensive guide to AmateurRadio operating — everything you need to get involved, get active, and get onthe air.
99 things you can do with Amateur Radio#ad - Try some of the facets suggested. Some are a century old while others only became possible this year. Instead you can start at any page. It doesn’t have to be read from start to finish. 99 things you can do with Amateur Radio is an ebook readable on most devices. Be amazed with what you can do even with an entry-level licence and simple equipment.
Newcomers to radio aren’t the only ones to benefit. Amateur radio has an almost endless number of facets. It tells you things your class instructor probably didn’t have time to cover. What is out there now and how do you start? Both questions are answered in 99 things you can do with Amateur Radio, a new book by Peter Parker VK3YE.
99 things you can do with Amateur Radio #ad - Included is an overview, description and advice on obtaining further information. 99 things you can do with Amateur Radio is an ideal primer for the beginner. The writing is clear and many pictures are provided. Each specialty has a page. It’s the author’s fourth, following on from the top-selling Minimum QRP, Hand-carried QRP Antennas and Getting back into Amateur Radio titles.
This makes it ideal to read while in the shack or on your portable device when you’ve got a few minutes to kill. If you’ve been licensed for a while 99 things you can do with Amateur Radio makes a good refresher on new modes and challenges now available.
Hamshack Raspberry Pi: A Beginner's Guide to The Raspberry Pi for Amateur Radio Activities#ad - A cheap raspberry pi computer and some other inexpensive tools, is all you need to start your amateur radio journey. And if you think that just because you haven’t been properly introduced to the tiny computer called Raspberry Pi is a reason to skip reading this book, then you couldn’t be more wrong.
From the moment you buy your pi, this book will guide you through the whole process of learning to install, configure, to the actual playing with your hamshack RPi, and operate with Raspberry Pi in order to enjoy the coolest hobby in the world. Sounds like a great deal? Now let’s play with the airwaves, shall we?Get your copy today.
Hamshack Raspberry Pi: A Beginner's Guide to The Raspberry Pi for Amateur Radio Activities #ad - Hamshack raspberry piwhether you have already received your Ham license, or plan on receiving one, choosing to read this book is definitely a smart move. Everything cool that you have ever heard about radio stations such as communicating in Morse code, tracking satellites, or even playing a simple game over the air, this book will teach you in no time.
And the best part? you don’t have to spend thousands or even hundreds of dollars to do so.
Ham Radio For Dummies For Dummies Computer/TechFor Dummies #ad - Your how-to guide to become a ham ham radio, or amateur radio, is a way to talk with people around the world in real-time, or to send email without any sort of internet connection. Radio amateurs, " enjoy radio technology as a hobby, often called "hams, but are often called upon to provide vital service when regular communications systems fail.
Ham radio for dummies is your guide to everything there is to know about ham radio. It is also a very important emergency communication system. Plus, this updated edition provides new and additional information on digital mode operating, as well as use of amateur radio in student science and new operating events.
Ham Radio For Dummies For Dummies Computer/Tech #ad - Set up your radio station • design your ham shack • provide support in emergencies and communicate with other hams • Study for the licensing exam and choose your call sign If you're looking to join a college radio club or just want to learn the latest tips and tricks, this book is a helpful reference guide to beginners, or those who have been "hams" for years.
. When cell phones, and other systems are down or overloaded, the internet, landlines, Amateur Radio still gets the message through. It provides a way to keep in touch with friends and family, whether they are across town or across the country.
Ham Radio for the New Ham: What to Do the Minute You Get Your Amateur Radio License#ad - It contains the things they don’t tell you when you’re studying for your license, but that you need to know as soon as you’ve got it. Written by amateur Extra class ham radio operator, Stan W. Of course, you can use it after that, too. You’ve studied. It includes 34 easy projects to help you grow your identity as a Ham, buy and set up your first radio, overcome the obstacles to getting on the air, and become part of the amateur radio community around you.
With this book you’ll avoid some of the mistakes beginners often make. It guides you through the experiences you need in order to operate your radio as a new Ham in the United States. When you complete these projects you’ll not only have your amateur radio “ticket, ” you’ll know how to use it. You’ve received your call sign.
Ham Radio for the New Ham: What to Do the Minute You Get Your Amateur Radio License #ad - Merrill, call sign ai7e, it picks out the key things you’ll use daily from among the many you had to study to get your license. You’ve passed the test. You’ll never have to flail around, wondering what to do or how to do it. But what do you do next? This book will provide the answer. This is the amateur radio book you want on the very day you get your new ham radio license.
The Easy Way EasyWayHamBooks Book 6 - Technician Class 2018-2022: Pass Your Amateur Radio Technician Class Test#ad - Have the students read the narrative before class, then go over the concepts with them rather than slogging through all those wrong answers. But three out of the four answers are WRONG! You are studying 1, 272 wrong answers and that is both confusing and frustrating. The easy way focuses only on the right answers with hints, cheats and explanations to help you pass.
Every question and answer is woven into the story and identified in bold print. The second part is a 40-page Quick Summary condensing every question and correct answer for easy recall. The test is multiple choice and the other study guides take you through the pool of 424 questions including all four possible answers for each question.
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You'll be done in no time and the students will be fully prepared to take their tests.
A guide to the NanoVNA#ad - It has the potential to replace several, bulky and expensive tools and to open the field of vector network analysis to many new users. The nanovna is readily available for online ordering but ships with no manual. In five chapters and with 50 figures, this book helps the potential buyer of a NanoVNA to decide and shows the first time user how to handle it.
A guide to the NanoVNA #ad - The chapter about some real use cases might be of special interest to the practitioner. Being a low-cost but high-precision measurement instrument, the NanoVNA created a lot of interest in the engineering and ham radio community. Moreover, the book shows how to extend functionality by running the NanoVNA on external software and communicate with the device.
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How is this guide different from others? This is a complete guide. Consider the table of Contents below and you will see that this guide stands out from the rest. Table of contentschapter 1 — knowing ham radiochapter 2 — getting acquainted with the technologychapter 3 — handle your equipment wellchapter 4 — how do radio signals propagatechapter 5 — transmission and reception of Radio SignalsChapter 6 — Finding Your Friends; Finding Other HamsChapter 7 — Build a Home for your Ham RadioChapter 8 — Let Your Radio Announce Your Airy PresenceChapter 9 — The Licensing Regulations and SystemChapter 10 — Operating RegulationsChapter 11 — Use Communication Skills to Share and CareChapter 12 — Some Handy Tips for Amateurs100 Test Questions and Answers.
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And because it’s all digital, you get crystal-clear sound. You can link your handheld radio to repeaters, individuals, or talk groups located anywhere in the world, quickly and easily. The book covers the setup and use of one of the most inexpensive and popular DMR radios, the Tytera MD-380 handheld radio.
DMR For Beginners: Using the Tytera MD-380 Amateur Radio for Beginners Book 3 #ad - Inside you’ll find step-by-step tutorials on how to setup, program, and use your radio. A practical, what-you-need-to-Know Guide to Getting on DMR. Dmr has never been more accessible! this short book gives you a simple step-by-step walkthrough of all the options to set up your DMR station using a large number of screenshots and examples.