Amateur Radio operators are finding themselves incorporating Software Defined Radio –the latest big step in radio communications– into their operational activities. From low-end QRP rigs to the most powerful radios, they’re all using SDR technology.
The ABC’s of Software Defined Radio is an introductory guide to SDR and Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technologies. Written in a friendly style, it offers a straightforward look inside SDR and provides a foundation for those who want to understand the subject on a more fundamental level. As you read, you’ll discover the basic principles of SDR, advantages to SDR technology, and ways to utilize it in Amateur Radio operations…all with a minimum of mathematics!
It’s a New World!
The Meaning of “Digital”
Real-World Software Defined Radio
Computers and Software for SDR
Coming to a Shack Near You
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Softcover: 64 pages
Publisher: The American Radio Relay League, Inc.; First Edition/First Printing (February 2012)
Product Dimensions: 7 1/2 x 9 inches
Shipping Weight: .28 pounds
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