L.B Cebik, W4RNL (SK)
New CD Version for 2015 Now with 890 Articles !!
with 90 more articles not seen before on the previous LB Cebik CDs !!

fter some 7 years in storage, we are pleased to offer this NEW CD-ROM version for 2015 containing 90 more articles by L.B. Cebik in addition to the 800 articles in previous CDs. The collection contains information of interest to radio amateurs as well as professionals interested in antennas, antenna modeling, and related subjects, such as antenna tuners and impedance matching. LB's notebooks are geared to helping other radio amateurs and antenna enthusiasts discover what he has managed to uncover over the years--and then to go well beyond to new discoveries. 

Includes 4,400 Modeling files and an entire 257-page book about how to make use of VOACAP. The book alone is a $25 value!

The CD-ROM will run with any late edition browser and saves one considerable online time by placing these notes at your fingertips. All of the internal links within the site are operative, with only the links to other sites being inactive (unless you happen to be online and then the external links will work too).

We are still making available the 800-article version #10 as shown further below should that one suffice for one's needs and be more affordable should such be a factor.
 

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The 800-article CD is shown next below as another option.



Antennas Tales & Technicals on CD-ROM Version 10
~ 800 Articles on this 10th CD publication released in 2008 ~

===> Check out new CD version above - L.B. Cebik for 2015 - 90 More Articles !! <===

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800+ Articles & Notes

lbccd_ad.gif (19267 bytes)lbcm.gif (1373 bytes)any will agree L.B. Cebik, W4RNL (SK) was one of the most prolific authors around on the subject of antennas. One could hardly crack open a radio or antenna book or magazine without seeing his excellent insightful intellectual writings. He has been called an antenna "Guru" by many of his followers and has truly earned that title. LB was certainly an expert on this subject, whatever the "title." Alas, sadly we lost him in April 2008. But, all wasn't lost as 90 new articles were written by LB in advance for antenneX and stored 7 years for a future release on CD, added to the CD above for the newly available 2015 version!

Now, antenneX's Shopping Shack is proud to offer this CD-ROM Version #10 that has captured a collection of more than 800 of LB's articles and notes published by antenneX for your reading pleasure. The collection contains information of interest to radio amateurs as well as professionals interested in antennas, antenna modeling, and related subjects, such as antenna tuners and impedance matching. LB's notebooks are geared to helping other radio amateurs and antenna enthusiasts discover what he has managed to uncover over the years--and then to go well beyond to new discoveries.

This 10th Edition of Tales and Technicals contains a selected collection of notes and articles from W4RNL's website (excluding those 90 new articles which are contained in the new 2015 CD)! The Quad, LPDA, Moxon and VHF antenna entries offer insights into the modeling and design of these antennas, and also offer the builder many new opportunities for projects. The series--Antennas from the Ground Up, Antenna Modeling, and An-Ten-Ten-nas—all have many new additions. As well as new entries, many of the earlier notes have been updated. For example, the note on sources of modeling software has extensive revisions, including the latest website URLs for software makers. Note, however, such links over time may become stale.

What is a "Note" vs an "Article"...??

".....Essentially, there is no difference between the two, although I tend at the site to refer to everything that is there as "notes." When folks think article, they think of something that is permanent for all time, since there is a publication source, etc. But at my site, whatever the start in life of an item, it is subject to ongoing revision as I find out something new or better or more correct, but not enough to make up a new item. If I do revise an item, I either change or add to the date both in the item and on the main index page (or one of the subsidiary index pages, such as those for quads and Moxon rectangles).....LB Cebik"

The CD-ROM will run with any late edition browser and saves you considerable versus on-line time by placing these notes at your fingertips. All of the internal links within the site are operative, with only the links to other sites inactive (unless you happen to be online and the external links will work too then). The main index leads directly to many articles and also to smaller indices covering collections of related articles.

Here's what one happy reader has to say:

"...The more browsing of this disk I do, the greater the bargain it appears to be. It is absolutely loaded! I wish I had a laptop to browse it with when I'm away from home and need some good reading. Besides packing a great deal of antenna info into a small, efficient package, L. B has also made good use of the interactive nature of HTML. His article index is comprehensive and easy to use, and he hot-links concepts in one article that relate to another. (Boy, I wish my collection of old CQ, QST, Hamradio and 73 could do that...) ... Tom Cox, KA5NEE..."

If you want to learn more about antennas, then learn from the expert! Click on the "Buy now" link below and order today from our Secure Website!

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