The RSGB Radio and Electronics Cookbook is a unique collection of electronics projects, ideal for all electronics enthusiasts and experimenters. The simple step-by-step instructions also make this book ideal for amateurs seeking to build up their electronics skills and knowledge. The projects draw on the massive enthusiasm and design know-how of the RSGB, the UK's leading federation of radio amateurs. Only a basic acquaintance with electronics construction is assumed, with clear step-by-step instructions and numerous illustrations supplied throughout. The projects are also supported with features on the electronics involved. The circuits themselves provide a wealth of quick, rewarding construction projects ranging from radio receivers and amplifiers to test equipment, a moisture meter, a desk microphone, a water level alarm, and Christmas tree LEDs. A wealth of DIY and hobby projects Written by experts who really understand home electronics construction Includes factsheets to help you learn electronics basics as you work through the bookPublished to celebrate the first anniversary of D-i-Y Radio, this excellent receiver design forms a suitable a#39;second receiver ... The receiver is powered from a PP3 battery or from a mains adaptor, and can be built with the help of an experienced constructor, on a prototype board. ... The varactor diode is a twin type (see circuit diagram overleaf), and must be cut carefully down the middle, producing twoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Radio and Electronics Cookbook|
|Author||:||George Brown, Radio Society of Great Britain|
|Publisher||:||Newnes - 2001|