The ARRL Field Day Handbook for Radio Amateurs
ARRL Field Day is the largest on-the-air operating event in Amateur Radio. It draws tens of thousands of radio amateurs to the airwaves each year, bringing new and experienced ham radio operators together. Field Day is a radio operating activity, educational event, and public demonstration…all rolled-up in FUN! By setting up in parking lots, parks, malls, emergency centers, and at home, hams develop skills to better serve the Amateur Radio Service and their communities.
The ARRL Field Day Handbook is the ultimate guide for Field Day enthusiasts! This book features content from QST magazine and other ARRL publications, and includes everything you need to participate in this annual event: rules, log sheets, band charts, antenna projects and more. Use these tips and references to gear up for ARRL Field Day and join in the fun!
- ARRL Field Day Rules
- US Amateur Radio Band Chart
- The Considerate Operator's Frequency Guide
- ARRL/RAC Section Abbreviations
- ARRL/RAC Map
- Morse Code Character Set
- Antenna Projects from the Pages of QST
- Tips for Field Day Power
- Public Relations
- Amateur Satellites
- HF Digital Communications
- Field Day Log
- …and much more!
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