Discussion in 'Ham Radio Life' started by KL7AJ, Mar 12, 2021.
I am currently reading the ARRL's "Small Antennas for Small Spaces" book when I've got some spare time. I'm about 1/3 through and it has been a great resource for inspiring my antenna options, teaching me antenna theory, and confirming some information I already kinda knew. Definitely a recommendation to anyone that doesn't have too much freedom with their antenna placement, but wants to be on the air from home!
I'm in awe if you understand that book. It's way above my pay grade! Well done, young lady!
You might enjoy this.
Just signed up. Great resource! Thanks!
73, Ken K4NWD
The World Of Ham Radio 1901-1950
Lots of good information of the early history of the ARRL.
Unsettled, What Climate Science Tells Us, What it Doesn’t, and Why It Matters.
By Steven E. Koonin, former US Undersecretary for Science at the Dept. of Energy.
Excellent, and very enlightening.
Gone With the Wind
I think he dies at the end.