Amateur Radio Astronomy



John Fielding Amateur Radio Astronomy
Radio Society of Great Britain | 2006 | ISBN : 1905086164 | 320 pages | File type: PDF | 91,2 mb
Explore the contributions of radio amateurs to the science of radio astronomy and how the average amateur can make and set up equipment to study the signals coming from space. Contents include:
* Receiving radio signals from outer space
* A historical perspective of radio astronomy needed to become active
* Paramaters required for the antenna and receiver through practical low noise amplifiers
* Advice on assembling a receiving station and practical information to put together your own
* A practical design for a "hydrogen line receiver" aimed at at 1420 MHz
The author has achieved a great balance between historical narrative and technical information. Amateur Radio Astronomy is not only "a great read" but a practical technical reference for this fascinating topic.

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