VK3YE publie depuis plusieurs mois un livre sur les opérations portables. Il s'agit de son deuxième livres vendu sur Amazon ou il se concentre principalement sur les antennes en situation portable/QRP.
Il publie, via sa chaine Youtube, depuis quelques années des expérimentations qu'il fait en radiocommunication dont plusieurs sur le portable, le QRP, les antennes et l'électronique.
- Vous pouvez visionner sa chaine Youtube ici: https://www.youtube.com/user/vk3ye/videos
- Son site web: http://home.alphalink.com.au/~parkerp/vk3ye.htmConcernant les livres:Hand carried QRP antennas (operate from almost anywhere)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imFk17gARiAMinimum QRP: Doing more with under five watt amateur radiohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mpvahn3lOrA
Minimum QRP is full of ideas for the radio amateur who wants to get the most from their modest station and antenna. Apply its tested strategies today for more success on the bands, whether you're into portable operating, DX, awards, contests or more. While pitched at the QRPer, those with 100 watts and simple antennas will also find much of interest. It's for a broad audience, including newcomers, the more experienced and those returning to amateur radio.
After touring various facets of QRP, Minimum QRP gives some forthright but often forgotten advice on equipment. Is the commercial, kit or homebrew transceiver you're considering sufficient to give spontaneous contacts almost any time you switch on? This book guides you through the choices out there, with an emphasis on affordable and effective.
Antennas are next. One size and type does not fit all. The right choice depends on location, style of operating and activity patterns in your area. Many suggestions, based on the author's extensive experience of restricted space and portable QRP, are given.
Some QRPers have suitable equipment and antennas yet don't make as many contacts as they should. Reasons for this can come down to choice of band, understanding local activity and operating technique. Whether you're after DX or a local ragchew, Minimum QRP gives some crafty tips on working the most with the least.
Nearly every aspect of amateur radio can be done with five watts. Indeed QRP sometimes adds enjoyment due to simple to construct and lightweight equipment. If you go off one facet there's always another. You'll find information on such diverse sub-interests like weak signal modes, VHF operating, HF pedestrian mobile and much more in this book.Contents
1.1 Why QRP?
1.2 First steps
2. EQUIPMENT FOR QRP
2.1 QRO equipment turned down to QRP
2.2 QRP equipment - new
2.3 QRP equipment - used
2.4 QRP equipment - kits
2.5 QRP equipment - homebrew
2.6 QRP DC power sources
2.7 QRP accessories
3: ANTENNAS FOR QRP
3.1 Antennas - home
3.2 Antennas - limited space
3.3 Antennas - portable
3.4 Antennas - pedestrian mobile
4: PROPAGATION AND ACTIVITY
4.1 Paths and propagation
4.2 Bands for QRP
4.3 Modes for QRP
5. OPERATING QRP
5.1 Making contacts and operating strategy
5.2 Operating resources
5.5 Portable / QRP outdoors
5.6 Portable for longer/DXpeditions
5.7 Pedestrian mobile
5.9 VHF, UHF and satellite QRP
5.10 QRP without an amateur licence
6: OTHER QRPERS, INFORMATION AND EQUIPMENT SOURCES
6.1 QRP clubs (and magazines)
6.2 QRP forums and email lists
6.3 QRP books
6.4 QRP blogs, podcasts and videos
6.5 QRP equipment suppliers
8. ABOUT THE AUTHOR
-----------Whether through choice or circumstance, more radio amateurs than ever before are enjoying portable operating.
Suitable equipment is widely available but what about antennas? Manufactured antennas exist but only some suit lightweight portable activity. And, it's easy to overpay for something that's too heavy and too lossy for successful QRP.
Hand-carried QRP antennas takes the mystery out of portable antennas. After inviting you to assess your needs, it discusses the pros and cons of popular types. Its style is brisk and practical with almost no maths.
Many ideas for cheap but good materials suitable for portable antennas are given. Beginners and those returning to radio after a break should especially find this section handy.
Finally there's construction details on a variety of simple but practical antennas and accessories suitable for portable operating. All have been built and tested by the author over almost 30 years of successful QRP activity.
Hand-carried QRP antennas is an ebook readable on most devices. It's the author's second book, following on from the top-selling Minimum QRP, released in 2015.Contents
2. Objectives and requirements
3. Station location and equipment
4. Types of portable antennas
5. Building antennas
6. Materials for antennas
7. Supporting the antenna
8. Feeding and matching the antenna
9. Antenna coupler projects
10. Test equipment and accessory projects
11. HF portable antenna projects
12. HF pedestrian mobile antenna projects
13. VHF antenna projects
14. Commercially available portable antennas
15. Ten tips for QRP success