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The excellent book on transmitters that offer contains 467 pages of information in English about transmitters. Radio Transmitters was published in 1961 by engineers at the laboratory of ITT radio transmission.

Here’s a whole book dedicated to transmitters!  Targeted at professional engineers rather than hams, this covers it all from oscillators through power amps, modulators, power supplies, and antenna matching.

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Full list of Radio Transmitters contents of the book in PDF

  • Chapter 1 Introduction
    • Definition
    • Licensing and Identification
    • Classification of Transmitters
    • Signal-transmission Terms
    • Transmission Frequencies
    • Radiated Power Levels
    • Modulation
    • Power Supplies, Control Circuits, and Cooling
  • Chapter 2 Frequency-control Techniques
    • Basic Methods of Control
    • Inductance-Capacitance Oscillators
    • Quartz Crystals
    • Crystal Mountings
    • Crystal Ovens
    • Crystal-frequency Correlation
    • Military Standard Crystal Units
    • Crystal-oscillator Circuits
    • Parallel-resonant Circuits
    • Series-resonant Circuits
    • Drive Level
    • Variable-frequency Crystal Oscillators
    • Frequency Stability of Crystal Oscillators
    • Frequency Control in F-M Transmitters
    • Frequency Control of Microwave Oscillators
    • Frequency Synthesizers
    • Frequency Multipliers and Dividers
    • Mixers
    • Filters
    • Drift-canceled Oscillator
    • Synthesizing Systems
  • Chapter 3 RF Power Amplifiers
    • General Amplifier Considerations
    • Amplifier Classifications
    • Dynamic Operating Conditions
    • Amplifier Configurations
    • Amplifier Efficiency
    • Efficiency and Plate-current Conduction Angle
    • The Characteristics of the Class A Amplifier
    • The Characteristics of the Class B Amplifier
    • The Characteristics of the Class C Amplifier
    • A Simplified Method of Amplifier Design
    • The Grounded-cathode Amplifier
    • The Grounded-grid Amplifier, General Characteristics
    • The Grounded-plate Amplifier
    • Amplifier Output Load Resistance
    • Amplifier Stabilization
    • The Linear Amplifier
    • Wideband Amplifier
    • Frequency Multipliers
    • Practical Circuit Considerations
  • Chapter 4 Power Tubes
    • Transmitting-tube Construction
    • The Cathode
    • Grids
    • Anodes
    • General Types of Transmitting Tubes
    • Klystron Amplifier Tubes
    • Reflex Klystrons
    • Traveling-wave Tubes
    • Magnetrons
    • Platinotrons, Amplitrons, and Stabilotrons
  • Chapter 5 Coupling Circuits
    • Coupling Networks
    • Parallel-tuned Circuits
    • Series-tuned Circuits
    • The Double-tuned Circuit
    • Envelope Delay
    • Matching Network Configurations
    • The Basis of the L, and T Matching Networks
    • The L Network
    • The π Network
    • The T Network
    • The π-L Network
    • Reactive Load Impedances
    • Link-coupled Circuits
    • Balanced-to-unbalanced Coupling Networks
    • Matching-network Efficiency
    • Impedance Matching in Transmission Lines
    • Impedance Matching in Waveguide Circuits
  • Chapter 6 Amplitude Modulation
    • Amplitude Modulation
    • Sidebands
    • Double-sideband Amplitude Modulation
    • On-off Keying
    • Diode Modulator
    • Plate Modulation
    • Grid Modulation
    • Amplification of Modulated RF Voltages
    • Carrier-suppression Techniques
    • Vestigial-sideband Transmission
    • Phase-to-amplitude Modulation
    • Negative Feedback
    • Single Sideband
    • Advantages of Single Sideband
    • Methods of Generating an SSB Signal
    • The Balanced Modulator
    • Quartz Crystal Filters
    • Mechanical Filters
    • Audio Phase-shift Networks
    • RF Phase-shift Networks
    • Frequency Translation in SSB Transmitters
    • Linearity Measurement in SSB Transmitters
    • Signal-to-distortion Ratio
    • Sideband Suppression
  • Chapter 7 Angle and Pulse Modulation
    • Angle Modulation
    • Sidebands Produced by Angular Modulation
    • Sideband Characteristics
    • P-M to F-M Conversion
    • Methods of Generating Phase Modulation
    • Direct Generation of Frequency Modulation
    • Pulse Modulation
    • Sidebands Produced by Pulse Modulation
    • Pulse Generators
    • Pulse-amplitude Modulation
    • Pulse-duration Modulation
    • Pulse-position Modulation
    • Pulse-code Modulation
    • Delta Modulation
  • Chapter 8 Power Supplies
    • A-C Voltage Regulators
    • Power-supply Voltage Control
    • Power-supply Circuits
    • Rectifiers
    • Power-supply Filter Circuits
    • Transformers and Chokes
    • Corona
    • Filament Starting
    • D-C Regulators
    • D-C to D-C Power Supplies
  • Chapter 9 Control and Protective Circuits
    • Control and Protective Circuits
    • Functions of the Control Circuits
    • Power Control
    • Transmitter Sequencing and Interlocking Circuits
    • Indication and Alarms
    • Transmitter Recycling Circuits
    • Remote Control
    • Transmitter Telemetering
    • Automatic Tuning of Transmitters
    • Protective-circuit Functions
    • Protective-circuit Philosophy
    • The Fuse
    • The Circuit Breaker
    • Circuit-breaker Applications
    • Electronic Crowbar
    • RF Overload Protection
    • Across-the-line Diagrams
  • Chapter 10 Cooling
    • Transmitter Cooling
    • Forced-air Cooling of Tubes
    • Liquid Cooling of Tubes
    • Tube Temperature Measurement
    • General Cabinet Cooling
  • Chapter 11 RF Components
    • RF Components
    • Directional Couplers
    • Dummy Loads
    • Lossy Dielectric Loads
    • RF Filters
    • Vestigial-sideband Filter
    • Diplexers
    • The Magic T
    • The Coaxial Hybrid Ring
    • Common Frequency Diplexing of Transmitters
    • Special Adjustment of Combined Transmitters
    • Power Dividers
    • Transmission-line Switching
    • Microwave Ferrites
    • Isolators
    • Circulators
  • Chapter 12 Transmitter Characteristics
    • Transmitter Applications
    • Navigation
    • Radar
    • Telegraph Transmitters
    • Telephone Transmitters
    • Mobile Transmitters
    • Telemetry Transmitters
    • Broadcast Transmitters
    • Television Transmitters
    • Broadcast Repeaters and Translators
    • RF Generation for Non communication Purposes
  • Chapter 13 Transmitter Measurement Techniques
    • Transmitter Measurements
    • Power Measurements
    • Frequency Measurements
    • Time Measurements
    • A-M and F-M Measurements
    • Demodulated Audio Measurements
    • Telegraph Keying Measurements
    • Broadband Radio System Measurements
    • Pulse-transmitter Modulation Measurements
    • Monochrome Video Modulation Measurements
    • Color Video Measurements
    • Antenna Measurements
    • Spurious Transmitter Output Measurements
  • Chapter 14 Hazards Associated with Transmitters
    • Health Hazards
    • Electric Shock
    • Treatment of Electric Shock
    • Precautions against Electric Shock
    • Lightning Hazards
    • Power-line Shorts
    • X-ray and RF Radiation Hazards
    • Chemical Hazards
    • Appendix
    • Index

 

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  1. Robert Francis Gomes says:

    I AM UNABLE TO DOWN LOAD THIS BOOK. CAN ANY ONE DOWNLOAD THIS BOOK FOR ME AND SEND IT VIA EMAIL. MY EMAIL ID IS
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    • Sherman Yacher says:

      I would like to get a copy of that book because I still run tube radio equipment. I have been a Ham Radio Operator for 65 years and still build a lot of my own equipment.

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