This fully updated and revised edition of this highly useable guide simply defines the prices of amateur radio equipment in the UK, what more could you ask for?
If you are planning to buy or sell any amateur radio equipment you should not be without The Rig Guide. If you want to know what the trade in price is for your existing kit or how much it will fetch as a second hand item, this book provides it along with current retail prices to. The guide isn’t just limited to popular commercial amateur radio transceivers but also covers receivers, scanners and linear amplifiers too. You’ll find extensive lists of past models from Alinco, Yaesu, Icom, TenTec and Kenwood and many others and so we’re not just talking about current models either. There is a section on DSP equipment and for the first time there is a section covering the Chinese manufacturers. There are even full reviews which include handhelds from Icom & Wouxun and the Flex-1500. Overall The Rig Guide contains details of over 300 pieces of equipment covering HF, VHF & UHF. Each is described in an easy to understand listing that covers its main features, band coverage etc with a photograph of the equipment and details of its RadCom review (a full list of RadCom reviews since 1990 is also included). There is though much more in The Rig Guide. There are tips for buyers and a guide to selling and trading and the guide even tells you how to avoid getting lumbered with stolen gear. The Rig Guide contains a list of the abbreviations used in the descriptions and an explanation of them all.
You can easily recoup the cost of The Rig Guide with your very first purchase or sale by simply knowing how much you ought to pay for an item (or sell) – the other person probably has a copy of The Rig Guide so why be at a disadvantage? Buy a copy today!
96 pages. £5.99 plus p&p
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