Copyright 2019 Andrew Barron ZL3DW
Click book to enlarge the image.
"Software Defined Radio for amateur radio operators and shortwave listeners" is available from Amazon.com (just click on the cover). It is available in both printed and Kindle ebook formats.

You can buy the UK edition from the RSGB bookshop or the ARRL bookshop. (Same book different cover).

This book is intended for Amateur Radio Operators, Short Wave Listeners, and anyone interested in radio as a hobby. It includes sections on how different types of software defined radios work, the advantages of using them, and how they are tested. It also covers future trends including the development of Direct Fourier Conversion. There is a big section with tips for PowerSDR users and sections about other commonly used SDR software, plus a comparison of the basic specifications of 65 different SDR receivers and transceivers. The book is not a textbook or a reference book. It is written in an easy to read conversational style. I explain the basics without getting too technical. There are no pages of software code or complex mathematics. I find that simple diagrams can often make things easier to understand so I have included some helpful drawings and photographs.
You can read a preview and check out the reviews at Amazon.com
Click the book to go to the Amazon listing for a preview.
Home    My pictures    Contact me    Earthquake    My station    My articles    QSL info    SDR    Amsats and Hamsats    IC-7300    IC-7610    IC-9700    IC-705    Testing 123    FTdx101
RSGB Edition
Click the book to go to the RSGB book shop.
This is an amazing book! With this book, Andrew Barron has written the best publication available covering Software Defined Radios for the radio amateur and technically inclined radio hobbyist. Whether you are a neophyte just wanting to get into SDRs or someone with years of in-depth practical hands-on experience with using, building, and writing software for SDRs, you will find this volume extremely helpful, and very interesting. Roger W3SZ August 12, 2017