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"radio" references for the Electrical Engineer
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Vintage EE Books Online Web-Site Description: This site is owned and operated by pete@pmillett.com, a practicing electronics engineer with an obvious love of audio. Pete has scanned in almost three dozen vintage engineering texts whose copyright has expired. These may be freely downloaded from his site.
Fun With Tubes Web-Site Description: This noncommercial site contains a wealth of practical knowledge of vacuum tube circuits and techniques.
Catching the Z-Wave Article Description: This article from the October 2006 issue of Embedded Systems Design magazine explains the basics of Z-Wave and compares it to Zigbee.
Microwave Journal Magazine/Journal Description: Microwave Journal is published monthly, and contains a mix of industry news, technical articles and advertisements focusing on wireless products.
Radio Antenna Engineering Book Description: Deals with antennas made of wires, masts, and towers for frequencies up to around 30MHz. Originally published in 1952.
Wireless Networking in the Developing World Book Description: 254 page text. Sub-Title is "A practical guide to planning and building low-cost telecommunications infrastructure."
Understanding Radio for the Practical Engineer Book Description: This is a great intro to radio that covers a lot of practical material you don't normally find in the textbooks. A bit over 80 pages of material in total.
Basic Radio Description: This particular version of this textbook on radio theory is formated as a downloadable HTML help file.

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