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|Transmission Line Transformers ( Please note that this is not the "Transmission Line Transformer Handbook")
by Jerry Sevick, W2FMI This hardcover book is used as a text books for many colleges and is a practical design manual covering the use of transmission line transformers for both commercial and amateur applications. It covers types of windings, core materials, fractional-ratio windings, efficiencies, multiwindings, series transformers, baluns, ununs, limitations at high impedance levels and test equipment. 272 pages, 15 chapters.
|Building and Using Baluns and Ununs: Practical Designs for the Experimenter
by Jerry Sevick, W2FMI The all new definitive source for his latest practical information and designs. A unique way to learn about the application of baluns and ununs for dipoles, yagis, log periodics, beverages, and antenna tuners with countless examples.
|RFI BOOK replaces - Radio Frequency Interference: How to Find It and Fix It
Over 200 pages, 16 chapters. Written by RFI experts, it's filled with proven ways to solve common - and not so common - RFI or EMI problems, whatever their source. In addition, you'll learn how to build a cooperative environment with neighbors and how to contact skilled volunteers who can assist with those tricky situations.
|Hints & Kinks for the Radio Amateur
ARRL, 15th Edition This latest edition includes hundreds of good ideas, projects and techniques that will help you solve problems, improve your operating and have more fun on the air. From the popular QST column, this book covers all ham subjects, from hand-held transceivers to antennas, batteries to computers and digital modes to mikes.
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