PRACTICAL RADIO FREQUENCY HANDBOOK
PRACTICAL RADIO FREQUENCY HANDBOOK 2ed by Ian Hickman
We all know these books. They call themselves introductions, handbooks, manuals, practical, etc. This book is none of the above. This book, as many others, has no meaning and is a complete waste of time. So what do we call it?
We call it an overview. That is, this book will try to explain and talk about everything and anything there is about RF electronics. However, because it is not a 10,000 page book, the information is too shallow for you to gain anything. It will not teach you how and why to connect two things together for a simplest circuit. Even more than that, books of this type are damaging to your wallet, your time, and the sense that you understand something.
Why am I so critical of this book? Because this book seems to have invaded every list of books for electronics, hobbyists, etc. I suggest that you look for books that explain few concepts, but explain them so well that you will gain by it. If you have a little more time and money, buy a college text book from a college textbook publisher. At least it will TEACH you a few useful concepts.
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