USMC Field Antenna Handbook

USMC Field Antenna Handbook

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MCRP 6-22D. US Marine Corps Field Antenna Handbook. Marine Corp units operating in the field must be able to communicate to locate, close with, and destroy the enemy. Recon Marines operating behind the lines must communicate information gained back to manuever units in the attack. Now with this application, develop your skills in building field expedient antennas to improve your communication range and increase your mission success. A must for those interested in Navy SEALs, the Marines, survival, amateur radio enthusiasts, ham radio operations, or for anyone operating in remote environments. CHECK OUT THIS APP ON IPHONE/IPAD!!!
Chapters include:
Chapter 1. Radio Principles
Electromagnetic Radiation
Radio Waves
Frequency
Frequency Calculation
Frequency Bands
Radio Communication Circuit
Propagation Fundamentals
Earth’s Atmosphere
Radio Wave Propagation
Other Factors Affecting Propagation
Path Loss
Reflected Waves
Diffraction
Tropospheric Refraction, Ducting and Scattering
Noise
Natural Noise
Manmade Noise
Chapter 2. Antenna Fundamentals
Section I. Concepts and Terms
Forming a Radio Wave
Radiation
Radiation Fields
Radiation Patterns
Polarization
Polarization Requirements for Various Frequencies
Advantages of Vertical Polarization
Advantages of Horizontal Polarization
Directionality
Resonance
Reception
Reciprocity
Impedance
Bandwidth
Gain
Take-Off Angle
Section II. Ground Effects
Grounded Antenna Theory
Types of Grounds
Counterpoise
Ground Screen
Section III. Calculating Antenna Length
Section IV. Antenna Orientation
Azimuth
Improvement of Marginal Communications
Transmission and Reception of Strong Signals
Chapter 3. Transmission Lines
Properties
Transmission Line Types
Minimizing Energy Loss
Impedance
Optimizing Line Length
Attenuation
Making the Best Use of Available Transmission Lines
Twin-Lead Limitations
Directly Connecting the Transceiver and Antenna
Baluns
Cable Connectors
Balanced Antenna
Chapter 4. HF Antenna Selection
Antenna Selection Procedure
Determining Antenna Gain
Antenna Types
AS-2259/GR
Vertical Whip
Half-Wave Dipole
Inverted Vee
Long Wire
Inverted L
Sloping Vee
Sloping Wire
Vertical Half-Rhombic
HF NVIS Communications
Chapter 5. VHF and UHF Antenna Selection
Frequencies
Polarization
Gain and Directivity
Gain
Directivity
Transmission Lines
Radiators
Vertical Radiator
Cross Section Radiator
Insulation
Interference
Noise
Multipath Interference
Vegetated Areas
Antenna Types
Vertical Whip
OE-254
Antenna Within Vehicle Interior
HF Antenna Types Usable at VHF and UHF
Dual-Function Antennas
Chapter 6. Field Repair and Expedients
Repair Techniques
Whip Antennas
Wire Antennas
Guys
Masts
Tips on Construction and Adjustment
Constructing the Antenna
Adjusting the Antenna
Field Expedient Antennas
VHF Considerations
HF Considerations
End-Fed Half-Wave Antenna
Center-Fed Doublet Antenna
Field Expedient Directional Antennas
Vertical Half-Rhombic and Long-Wire Antennas
Yagi Antenna
Vee Antenna
Sloping Vee Antenna
Chapter 7. Satellite Communications Antennas
Siting SATCOM Antennas
Considerations
Determining Horizon Angles
Chapter 8. Antenna Farms
Command Post 8-1
Tactical 8-1
Main
Rear
Location Selection Considerations
Doctrinal Considerations
Tactical Considerations
Technical Considerations
Siting VHF Antennas
Transmitting Antenna Site
Receiving Antenna Sites
Antenna Farm Internal Arrangement
Frequency Band
Antenna Selection and Placement

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  • (59 stars)

    by A Google User on 29/09/2012

    Tilt your phone and it jumps back to cover page. Skip ahead and it overlays first page on page you want. Cant get a refund once you close it and reopen it.

  • (59 stars)

    by TJ on 15/03/2012

    Like the info but please add move to SD.

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    by Zachary on 05/03/2012

    It's not bad but its really old and very basic. If you are looking for something to get you started on antennas and radio frequency theory its a good starting place.

  • (59 stars)

    by lumphammer46 on 13/02/2012

    Had problem running on my HTC desire hd but this might have been an issue with the HTC. Can't knock the designers help.. sent me the PDF which works for me. All in all, a happy bunny.