The Collected Works of Professor Emil Heisseluft

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Amateur (Ham) Radio Humor by Professor Emil Heisseluft

Spoiler alert: Professor Emil Heisseluft, Lauton InstituteGrossmaul-an Der Donau, Austria-whose articles have graced the April issues of CQ magazine for more than 45 years-is none other than (drum roll please) . . . Dr. Theodore J. “Ted” Cohen, N4XX.

That’s right; for more than 45 years, and always in an April issue, CQ magazine has carried intriguing Amateur-related articles written by Ted, who used the pen name “Professor Emil Heisseluft.” Generally instructive, at times infuriating-one screed he penned so inflamed the Amateur Radio community that our readers tied up the phone lines complaining to CQ, the ARRL, and the FCC for three days-but always engaging, Professor Heisseluft has provided our readers with more than a few laughs in a month known for its absurd tricks.

Enjoy his wit, humor and talent for absurd tricks – order  the 127-page book today!

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Amateur (Ham) Radio Humor by Professor Emil Heisseluft

Spoiler alert: Professor Emil Heisseluft, Lauton InstituteGrossmaul-an Der Donau, Austria-whose articles have graced the April issues of CQ magazine for more than 45 years-is none other than (drum roll please) . . . Dr. Theodore J. “Ted” Cohen, N4XX.

That’s right; for more than 45 years, and always in an April issue, CQ magazine has carried intriguing Amateur-related articles written by Ted, who used the pen name “Professor Emil Heisseluft.” Generally instructive, at times infuriating-one screed he penned so inflamed the Amateur Radio community that our readers tied up the phone lines complaining to CQ, the ARRL, and the FCC for three days-but always engaging, Professor Heisseluft has provided our readers with more than a few laughs in a month known for its absurd tricks.

Enjoy his wit, humor and talent for absurd tricks – order  the 127-page book today!