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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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