Check Out the July/August NCJ
NCJ, The National Contest Journal, is what everyone interested in radiosport needs to have in their shack. Filled with the latest news from the contesting world, NCJ is what every contester needs in their shack. Whether you are new to contesting or are a seasoned pro (or somewhere in the middle), you will find something in NCJ just for you.
In the July/August issue, Paul Mackanos Jr, K2DB, remembers "Remote Operation and Contesting at K2NNY/K2DB." Ed Muns, W0YK, provides "A Contester's View of Visalia," and Tom Taormina, K5RC, looks at "The Next 3 dB." Calvin Darula, K0DXC, gives "A 13-Year-Old's Perspective on Amateur Radio and Contesting."
If you've been waiting to see how you did in the January and February contests, you definitely don't want to miss this issue! Shelby Summerville, K4WW, give readers the rundown on the February 2008 NAQP RTTY Contest. Bruce Horn, WA7BNM, looks at the results of the January 2008 NAQP CW and SSB Contests. Jim Stevens, K4MA, gives his take on the February 2008 North American Phone Sprint and Tree Tyree, N6TR, ponders the February 2008 North American CW Sprint.
Of course, there are all the regular columns and features you expect from NCJ: "Workshop Chronicles," by Don Daso, K4ZA; "Contest Tips, Tricks & Techniques," by Gary Sutcliffe, W9XT; "Propagation," by Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA; "VHF-UHF Contesting," by Jon Jones, N0JK; "Contesting on a Budget," by Paul Schaffenberger, K5AF; "DX Contest Activity Announcements," by Bill Feidt, NG3K; "RTTY Contesting," by Don Hill, AA5AU; "Contesting 101," by Kirk Pickering, K4RO, and "Contest Calendar," by Bruce Horn, WA7BNM.
All this and more in the July/August issue of NCJ. NCJ is published six times a year by the ARRL; it is edited by Al Dewey, K0AD. Subscribe today!