Book Review: Getting Started In Amateur Radio by Steve Nichols

36282097I’m not an expert but I’m also not a beginner to ham radio (I’m LU5ARC in Argentina and I’ll be working on getting my UK license next month) and this book opened my eyes to a lot of new cool things to do in the world of amateur radio. I marked a lot of things here to explore once I get my license.

This book even has a section on antennas that give you a good idea of the sizes and types of arenas you could use for different bands.

On the negative, this book has quite a few grammatical errors and typos, which I don’t mind, but it also contains quite a bit of jargon that is never explained. A bit I knew already because of my limited experience with radio, a bit I had to look it up.

★★★★☆

Buy Getting Started In Amateur Radio in USA
Buy Getting Started In Amateur Radio in the UK
Buy Getting Started In Amateur Radio in Canada

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