It’s hard to find real “magic” left in this world, but whenever I want a sense of awe, I re-read at least part of this densely packed 100 page book.
Ian Poole uses exactly the right diagrams to go along with very well written sentences and paragraphs that don’t over burdon you, the reader, but also don’t gloss over the subject like many Ham Radio books do.
This is a physics book for sure, but it speaks in terms of the physical science with only a little math. Most physics books are the other way around, and for everyday practical enthusiasts, the text and diagram approach is far more useful than the math.
The Ian Poole book is easily in the Top 3 of my Ham Radio Reading list.