Be prepared....Practical Wireless August is on its way!

On sale next Thursday, 12 July

The August 2018 issue of Practical Wireless is now available to download here . The printed copies are currently being packaged ready for posting and the shop copies are being prepared ready for on sale date, next Thursday 12 July.
 
Here are some of the highlights:
A wide-ranging look at the development of software defined radio in the amateur radio world.
Dayton and Friedrichshafen shows – all the news and a personal account from a first-time visitor to Dayton.
A review of the Xiegu 5105 QRP transceiver from China.
HF Highlights: Steve Telenius-Lowe PJ4DX recommends taking part in the IOTA contest and has all the usual HF news.
Valve and Vintage: Bernard Nock G4BXD is back with news from his Military Wireless Museum.
The World of VHF: Tim Kirby has news of new chanenls allocated to the explosive growth of FT8 on the VHF bands.
Carrying on the Practical Way: Gary Andrews M0CWY has a simple-to-build transmitter that he calls the Bumpy Rocket.
Starting Over: Lee Aldridge G4EJB shows off his creativity by building a working shortwave receiver from relics in his cupboard. 
Data Modes: Mike Richards G4WNC shows how three single-board computers can be pressed into data modes service.
What Next: Colin Redwood looks at some of the things to consider if you are planning to buy older amateur radio transceivers 
Technical for the Terrified: Tony Jones G7ETW covers the techniques of speech tailoring and processing.
In the Shop: Harry Leeming G3LLL has his usual eclectic mix of topics and anecdotes.
GB1NHS: An interview with Paul Devlin G1SMP, the man behind the station.
The Morse Mode: Roger Cooke G3LDI continues wity
 
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