FM book recommendation

Discussion in 'Wireless & RF Design' started by Nukular, May 16, 2009.

  1. Nukular

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    Greetings all,
    I recently finished the wonderful book "The Science of Radio" by Paul Nahin. I really enjoyed his writing style and history that was inserted into the text but unfortunately the book only covers the ideas and mathematics behind AM. Is there any other books out there similar to Nahin's that covers FM? Amazon suggests "The Electronics of Radio" but appears to have mixed reviews.
    Thanks
     
  2. bertus

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  3. studiot

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    Radio Systems by D C Green is the book you are seeking.

    Well priced and highly readable.

    And welcome to AAC
     
  4. radiohead

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    Read up on Nicola Tesla, you will be fascinated with his experiments in RF.
     
  5. ELECTRONERD

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    Nikola Tesla was a fascinating man! He actually invented AC and tried to deliver electrical currents through the air without wire. He succeeded to some extent but It only worked for a couple of miles. He would put AC through the air and use the earth as ground. I suggest you do read up on him! You'll find him very interesting.
     
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