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The following two articles were published in Radio Communication
Copyright © RSGB 2006. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Used here with permission.
Copyright © RSGB 2008. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Used here with permission.
Alternate sources of documentation:
Brian, VE6ZS, has written the following Operation Guide and program description
The Installation file 'Radio Mobile Setup.exe' for my Base Network
is available in zip format here:-
RF calc is a calculator with extra functions and computation capabilities useful to RF engineers.
Users of windows calculator will find RFcalc is very similar in look and operation .
Additional features: To enable the extra features of RFcalc the function keys have been categorized using a tabbed page control.
These pages are categorized as:
Common keys such as 'EXP' and 'Pi' have been moved to more convenient locations on the main numeric section. Additionally the Logic keys have been moved onto the tabbed function section and the key placements used for more useful operations such as additional common constants.
Infix calculation mode: For Help on the new Infix calculation mode see the program Help files
Tools:- The tools menu contains the RF tools:
Constants Brings up the Scientific constants dialog.
Calculators Brings up the Calculators screen. This contains several screens containing convenient RF/electronics calculations used in RF engineering.
Resistivities/Dielectrics These two menu items bring up the associated information screen.
Lines Selects the transmission Line analyzer screen.
Plus tables of Constants, Resistivity and Dielectrics
My other pages are available from the links below.
Please keep checking back for updates/additions.
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1st February 2016