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    06/02/2014 | The ARRL June VHF Contest is June 14-16!

    One of the most popular VHF/UHF events on the contest calendar is the ARRL June VHF Contest, which gets underway at 1800 UTC on Saturday, June 14, and continues until 0259 UTC on Monday, June 16. The object for participants in the US and Canada (and th...
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    05/30/2013 | June VHF Contest Coming June 8-10

    As summer starts to warm up, the VHF bands will be hot for the 2013 ARRL June VHF Contest, June 8-10. Even with a modest station, it’s possible to work hundreds of miles on the VHF bands during a good opening.
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    05/30/2012 | Have Some Fun in the 2012 ARRL June VHF QSO Party

    There will be lots of RF generated on 6 meters and up the weekend of June 9-11 during the 2012 ARRL June VHF QSO Party. While many amateurs think of the VHF+ bands as a “local” band for public service, emergency communications or even a bit of fun on FM r
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    07/27/2011 | 2011 ARRL June VHF QSO Party Sets Record for Logs Received

    The 2011 running of the ARRL June VHF QSO Party saw a record number of logs submitted. This year, 1243 logs were submitted for this contest, breaking the record set in 2010 of 1202 logs. “Six meters has been in excellent shape for the June VHF QSO Party f
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    06/03/2011 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Sunspot activity is up sharply this week, with the average daily sunspot number increasing more than 55 points to 89.9, while the average solar flux rose nearly 20 points to 103.1. Sunspot numbers for May 26-June 1 were 40, 65, 91, 89, 105, 132 and 107, w
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    06/01/2011 | Gear Up for the ARRL June VHF QSO Party

    Lots of RF will be generated on 6 meters and up the weekend of June 11-12 during the 2011 ARRL June VHF QSO Party. While many amateurs think of the VHF+ bands as a “local” band for public service, emergency communications or a bit of fun on FM repeaters,
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