6 edition of science of radio found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Paul J. Nahin.|
|LC Classifications||TK6550 .N16 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xliv, 466 p. :|
|Number of Pages||466|
|LC Control Number||00062062|
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This is the book to get if you want to understand the science of radio. Along the way of learning the inner workings of radio, you'll enjoy the historical side of this fascinating subject, which is provided by the author as he weaves between theory, practice, and by: The Science of Radio explains the working and charts the development of the ordinary AM radio receiver, which has become an integral part of our lives in the 80 years since its invention/5(18).
By focusing specifically on the workings of AM radio, The Science of Radio offers both a fascinating history of radio as an information and entertainment medium and a practical, applications-oriented introduction to electrical : Springer-Verlag New York.
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I purchased the book in part due to it having the ARRL organization appearing to be science of radio book behind the book or at least editing it/5(11). The Science of Radio explains the working and charts the development of the ordinary AM radio receiver, which has become an integral part of our lives in the 80 years since its invention.
As well as showing the reader the growth of technology in this century, the story of AM radio can provide a unique insight into the basics of electrical engineering, making the primary concepts and /5(2). This is a review of recent publishing in Radio Science, a term interpreted very widely.
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I was a teacher of middle school math, science, and ham radio for middle and high school students (). In all my training materials, both military and civilian, I have never seen technical material presented more clearly (although W1GV, Stan Gibilisco, also does a great job).
I always like to read a sample of my books, this authors book Reviews: I don't really need any humor or ultra-simplistic analogies if I choose to read a book with 'science' in the title. For example, to discuss how protons are heavier than electrons, and thus the electrons doing the moving, an analogy I wanted to dive into the science of radio propagation/5(6).
The book starts with very basic particle physics, optics and refraction with a focus for how these topics control and modify passing EM waves. It then applies these to the rarified plasma that makes up the ionosphere. Also covered is the effects of ground on propagation and goes into how this all relates to antenna performance/5().
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