A Manual of Amateur Short-Wave Radiotelegraphic Communication.
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The Radio Amateur’s Handbook First Edition is a reproduction of the very first edition of The Radio Amateur’s Handbook, published in 1926. Authored by the late ARRL Communications Manager Francis Edward “Ed” Handy, W1BDI, this 224-page volume is a facsimile of the Handy’s signed, personal copy and even includes some of his handwritten notes.
Please take note that the Mr Handy’s signature in one of the inside pages is a copy. The entire book was a copy of My. Handy’s handbook which includes his signature and any notes he made have made on his copy of Radio Amateur’s Handbook First Edition.
Table of Contents – Radio Amateur’s Handbook First Edition
- Author’s Foreword
- What Is An Amateur?
- Getting Started
- How Radio Signals Are Sent and Received
- Building A Station
- The A.R.R.L. Communications Department
- Operating A Station
- The Experimenter
- Membership Application Blank
- O.R.S. Application Blank (Official Relay Station)
This copy of the Radio Amateur’s Handbook First Edition would make a great gift idea for you Elmer. It would be a nice way to thank them for helping you learn all about our great hobby.