Gam 07. Zero Landscape
Author: Fakultat fur Architektur Technische Universitat Graz, Technische Universitat Graz Fakultat Fur Architektur
Lebensraume werden immer schneller und intensiver vom Menschen verandert. Die aktuelle Ausgabe des Grazer Architekturmagazins nimmt Landschaft und Umwelt als Protagonisten dieser Entwicklung in den Blick: Neben urbaner Expansion wirken sich auch der Klimawandel, die Frage der Versorgung mit Nahrungsmitteln und Rohstoffen und der zunehmende Bedarf an erneuerbaren Energien gravierend auf die kunftige Gestaltung unserer Zivilisation aus. GAM 07 widmet sich einer Entwicklung, in der die Umwelt selbst Impulsgeber gesellschaftlicher Transformation ist."
"Originally published in the Netherlands by Forte Uitgevers, Utrecht as 'Iris folding compendium, ' 2003; 'Iris folding compendium part 2, ' 2004; and 'Iris folding compendium part 3, ' 2006"--T.p. verso.
Author: Bengt Grahn
For over half a century, valves (or tubes) dominated electronics. They could be found in public address systems and hearing aids, televisions and computers, communications and medical equipment, and of course in the radio set in every home. Since the advent of the transistor and the silicon chip, valves have almost completely disappeared. However, valves are still the preferred device in specialist applications, usually involving high power, including microwave ovens and some transmitters. There are hi-fi enthusiasts who argue that valve audio amplifiers give a more accurate and pleasing sound than those using semiconductors. Valves Revisited is a wide ranging book that provides the basics of how valves work through to how to build your own. There are details of the use of valves in domestic radios, test equipment and amateur transmitters. There are also detailed descriptions of the use of valves in amplifiers, receivers, power supplies, signal generators along with guides to modulation, receiver design, measurement, fault finding and much more
Author: Eamon Skelton
"Homebrew in amateur radio terms is the home construction of a wide range of electronics. Eamon Skelton, E19GQ is an acknowledged expert in this field and a columnist on the subject for the Radio Society of Great Britain's monthly journal RadCom ... Homebrew starts with the very basics of homebrew and progresses to advanced topics. There are construction methods that take you right through all the main techniques from dead-bug layouts through to dedicated printed circuit designs"--p. 4 of cover.
Packed with the very latest wire antenna designs and developments from around the world. Covers a vast array of wire antenna designs including dipoles, doublets, verticals, loops and end-fed wires, as well a subjects such as impedance matching, TTUs, baluns, feeders, antenna masts and rigging, there is even an introductory chapter covering the antenna basics.--Cover.
Author: ROGER. BALLISTER
Author: Dick Biddulph