Communications and Electronics Section

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Speleonics

Speleonics is the official publication of the Communications & Electronics Section. Primary interests include cave radio, underground communication and instrumentation, cave-rescue communications, cave lighting, and cave-related applications of amateur radio. Future directions may include subjects on computerized geophysics, such as micro-gravity and magnetic surveys in search of lineations or voids below. Ground-penetrating radar now has 20' commercial depths and the military version is rumored to approach 100'. Laser range finders, bat counters, underwater mapping with sonar or similar sensors, and the like are also interesting.

The Editorship rotates among the officers. Volunteers are encouraged to guest-edit or to help produce an issue. Norm Berg is the Board member responsible for Publications.

SPELEONICS Call For Papers !!!
The newsletter of the Section, SPELEONICS, is looking for articles for upcoming issues. If you have a project that would like to be published, please email the Publications Chair or select Publications on the drop-down menu on the site wide contact form. You do not have to be a member of the Section to submit an article for publication. The next issue is in the works!

Click on the links below to view/download the issues. All issues are in PDF format. You must have the Adobe (or compatible) reader to view them. Use the link at the very bottom to download the Adobe Reader.

Future issues will be posted on this website, where they will stay indefinitely. The back issues of Speleonics were scanned into PDF's by volunteers. Many Thanks to Henry Schneiker for Issues #1 & #2, David Larson for Issues #3 to #21, and past editor Paul Jorgenson for the issues from #22 to #27.

Table of Contents of Speleonics Issues #1 - #27 Index of Speleonics Issues #1 - #27

Speleonics Issues   (View/Download as PDF files) :

Speleonics #29 (2013) (2.4MB)
Speleonics #28 (2012) (2.2MB)
Speleonics #27 (2011) (2.2MB)
Speleonics #26 (2007) (4.6MB)
Speleonics #25 (2005) (1.8MB)
Speleonics #24 (2004) (2.5MB)
Speleonics #23 (2002) (1.5MB)
Speleonics #22 (2001) (1.4MB)
Speleonics #21 (1997) (1.5MB)
Speleonics #20 (1994) (1.3MB)
Speleonics #19 (1993) (959KB)
Speleonics #18 (1992) (1.1MB)
Speleonics #17 (1992) (1.1MB)
Speleonics #16 (1991) (1.1MB)
Speleonics #15 (1990) (1.2MB)
Speleonics #14 (1990) (1.4MB)
Speleonics #13 (1989) (1.2MB)
Speleonics #12 (1989) (1.1MB)
Speleonics #11 (1988) (1.3MB)
Speleonics #10 (1988) (1.6MB)
Speleonics #9 (1988) (1.2MB)
Speleonics #8 (1987) (1.2MB)
Speleonics #7 (1987) (1.6MB)
Speleonics #6 (1986) (1.2MB)
Speleonics #5 (1986) (924KB)
Speleonics #4 (1986) (1.3MB)
Speleonics #3 (1985) (734KB)
Speleonics #2 (1985) (1.1MB)
Speleonics #1 (1985) (1.1MB)

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