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    06/19/2012 | FCC Downgrades Hawaiian Ham’s License

    On June 18, the FCC issued an Order of Modification, modifying the license class of Todd Wilson, WH6DWF, of Honolulu, Hawaii, from General to Technician. This stems from an Order Proposing Modification released in March 2012 where the FCC stated that gran
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    03/15/2012 | FCC Seeks to Modify Hawaiian Ham’s License

    On March 15, the FCC issued an Order Proposing Modification, seeking to change the license class of Todd Wilson, WH6DWF, of Honolulu, Hawaii, from General to Technician. The FCC stated that granting General class Amateur Radio operator privileges to Wilso
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    08/08/2011 | General Class Q&A Now Available for Kindle

    The fourth edition of ARRL’s General Q&A is now available from Amazon.com for the Kindle. This e-book is your authoritative guide to every question in the General (Element 3) question pool -- everything you need to pass your General class license exam. Wh
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    05/23/2011 | Russia Now Permits Reciprocal Licensing Through CEPT

    On Wednesday, May 18, the European Communications Office (ECO) in Copenhagen added the Russian Federation as to the list of those countries that accept the CEPT reciprocal operating arrangements for US citizens. Now US hams who hold an FCC-issued General,
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    03/12/2011 | Exam Software Now Included with ARRL License Manuals

    Get a jump on your Amateur Radio license upgrade with ARRL license manuals. Now the manuals for the Technician, General and Amateur Extra class licenses include a CD-ROM, complete with exam review software.
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    02/08/2011 | FCC Adds New Country to CEPT Reciprocal Agreement for Amateurs

    On Monday, February 7, the FCC released a Public Notice (DA 11-221), adding a new country to the CEPT reciprocal operating arrangements for US citizens who hold an FCC-issued General, Advanced or Amateur Extra class Amateur Radio licenses. US hams may now
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