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Amazing E Book, Propagation And Radio Science By Inc Arrl This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Propagation And Radio Science, Essay By Inc Arrl Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You At first I did not take this book seriously The author uses waaay too many puns and spends too much time developing analogies for simple concepts that are clear enough already But after a while, I learned to ignore this stuff and found there is really quote a lot of meat here.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 Finally, I think the last few chapters are the best, where the book discusses questions that are still open and potential areas of further research.So if you don t get distracted, this book has lots of good info and ideas for experimentation. To much rambling and to American centric By opening this book out into being global it would have been a lot sensible, we don t need content about USA Licensing, or licensing class bigottry Based on the title, and without much expectation of what sort of book this would be, I decided to buy this book directly from the ARRL website It turns out this book is a readable low equation content tome and offers everything the title suggests.Written for the Radio Amateur, by a Radio Amateur, Eric P Nichols KL7AJ has created a book to ease the reader into appreciating the reality of radio wave propagation In truth, many radio hams use radios, antennas and handed down experience from Elmers and earlier literature on the subject e.g ARRL Radio Communications Handbooks over the years The advice and best practice is time tested and proven radio contacts are made But Nichols points out that the true science, for example the behaviour of radio waves on their trip through the ether , has a far limited appreciation, even within our collective ranks of radio aficionados.The book is a readable and enjoyable ride through topics that range from the basics of radio waves, how waves propagate, the available techniques of reading the ionosphere, etc It is not a book to prove things or offer mathematical rigour and derive formulae It is not a textbook It is an eye opener to ham radio users on just what exactly is happening in between our antenna on transmit and the other antenna on receive The book introduces terminology such as the notion in physics of birefringence , techniques used in military and professional radio worlds yet overlooked by amateur radio diversity processes , as well as highlights on software, data modes He develops a fundamentally new perspective for HF radio fans in appreciating what happens when they press their PTT microphone buttons.Written in a familiar and conversational style that suggests the confidence and experience of Nichols as a radio industry professional and seasoned ham , you should accept the fact that this book is intended to educate, excite and encourage readers to take things further with detailed texts and deeper analysis You will read with wonder on the propagation process, as well as marvel at how we actually know this as science fact And, if you re like me, you will feel the urge to dig deeper than the short discourses that are offered in the various topics Nichols enthusiasm for radio and critical thinking, the scientific method and the mystery and romance of modern age amateur radio is satisfying to this reviewer in knowing that there are such interesting and like minded authors in current publication.Recommended. This title provides the amateur radio enthusiast with a macro and micro view or wave propagation At times, this text is dry and contains some filler content to review past material but the text is full of great material and explanation of propagation, the ionosphere and how to instructions Highly recommended and worth your money. I got interested in the DX hobby, and intend to extend to Amateur Radio and Amateur Astronomy Based on that I bought some books and this was one of them If your interest is in any of the three topics above or are curious in this aspect physics, you will not regret buying this book Reasons are 1 Language The author has the skill of depicting technical topics in a very easy to understand and informal way, nevertheless I finished the book with a clear picture of the processes involved.2 Crescendo I like the style of starting with something we are familiar light and then building on that to explain the other topics This requires a bit of understanding in physics, particularly polarization You will need that concept, but chances are that if you heard of that, you did it for light in whatever physics classes you took.3 Coverage I figured out that radio propagation is a vast field The author tackles many concepts in a concise way, but it provides links on concepts you want to expand.On the improvement side, I think some graphs need to be a bit bigger, like the Ionograms I bought the kindle version of the book , but then jump on Google and you will get the graphs and axis you need to read.Overall great reading Good job. This is an excellent book It is written in an informal style appropriate to its intended Radio Amateur Ham audience , Although lacking in a formal academic style, the text is clear and easy to read I found no technical errors and found the book to be easy to read, although for a non professional reader, there are sections which the reader will want to read several times over.The scope of the book is surprisingly wide, covering a broad topic with delightful completeness Whether a reader is interested in completeness or in a quick review of radio wave propagation science, this book should satisfy.There is much to the science of world wide radio signal propagation than a casual observer might suspect, and this book does an excellent job.This reviewer was one of the original designers of the Topside Sounder, the first satellite ionosounder to probe the upper side of the ionosphere, and is proud to have made a contribution to ionospheric physics this book brought back many vivid memories, some of them sad because they relate to friends and coworkers who are no longer with us This is not a book for someone brand new to radio But you also don t have to have a degree in Electrical Engineering to understand it either It is for tbe person that wants to understand what radio waves do and why If you are the person that does self studythis is for you Love it.. Let down by the Kindle presentation, in that graphics are rendered very small, with their captions almost unreadable If this can be solved, it makes for a much cheaper offering than the physical version, plus its immense postage costs outside the US.