radio astronomy books
Tom Azlin N4ZPT
n4zpt at cox.net
Tue Sep 7 21:41:53 CDT 2010
I think the first member checking them out if Bill Liles! I also picked
up for myself an old copy of Kraus to add to my stash of antennas and
Radio astronomy books.
Sounds like we have a nice virtual library amongst the members of AMRAD.
73, tom n4zpt
On 9/7/2010 9:01 PM, Metavox wrote:
> Both look interesting. Thanks for making them available. I like
> the early stuff because it will not make assumptions that the reader
> knows the early stuff and does not need it repeated. I for one, do
> I like the serendipitous book as it holds out hope that hapless
> experimenters with some modicum of skill can accomplish something
> useful and maybe even a discovery. Otherwise, why keep on trying out
> such things as we all do.
> Finally, I ordered up a used copy of Kraus on Radio Astronomy as I
> thing it may help in understanding the "early" stuff. I already have
> his book on Antennas and his book on Electromagnetics so now I will
> have all three. I will be glad to pass them around as we try to
> figure out some of this stuff. I also have several additional
> antenna books that may add to the information.
> Frank K0BRA
> On Sep 7, 2010, at 3:20 PM, Tom Azlin N4ZPT wrote:
>> I have for the "AMRAD Library" the following:
>> The Early Years of Radio Astronomy, ed by W. T. Sullivan, III.
>> Serendipitous Discoveries in Radio Astronomy, ed by K Kellermann
>> and B Sheets.
>> Will bring them to the meeting Thursday evening. I presume the
>> library is quite virtual.
>> 73, tom n4zpt.
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