Basic Radio is a wide ranging introduction to the principles of radio waves, transmission and reception, and to the technologies of broadcasting, satellite and personal communications. As well as being a textbook for vocational courses such as City a Guilds and BTEC Ian Poole's book is essential reading for all communications and broadcast professionals. Radio technology is becoming increasingly important in today's highly sophisticated electronics industry. There are traditional uses including broadcasting and point to point communications, as well as new technologies associated with cellular phones and wire-less data links. All of these developments mean that there will be a greater need for radio engineers at all levels. Ian Poole is an electronic engineer currently involved in project management for the development of a large radio system. He is a regular contributor to Electronic - The Maplin Magazine, Everyday Practical Electronics and Practical Wireless. He has also written several books on amateur radio. An accessible introduction to radio engineering Suitable for FE students, technicians and hobbyists Covers the latest technologies: cellular phones, wire-less data linksThe most widely publicized is the travel service which is of particular use for car radios. Stations providing this service transmit the TP code to identify travel messages. When this occurs the volume may be increased, a tape paused, etc. so thatanbsp;...
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