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Experimental Methods in RF Design (Radio Amateur's&hellip by Wes Hayward
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5.0 out of 5 stars Grrrrreat!, 16 Oct 2007
This book is the modern version of 'Solid State Design for the Radio Amateur'. It presents radio design, circuits and theory in a clear way. Mathematics are used only where it is unavoidable. Many of the circuits were built, tested and measured by the authors. It is a little treasure trove.

The book covers amplifiers, mixers, frequency synthesis, receivers, transmitters, measurement equipment and even some digital signal processing.

No homebrewing radio amateur should be without it.