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    03/19/2015 | FCC, Regulatory Issues Dominate ARRL Executive Committee Meeting Agenda

    When the ARRL Executive Committee (EC) meets on March 21 in Dulles, Virginia — in the shadow of the nation’s capital — it will confront a raft of FCC-related and regulatory issues.
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    03/04/2015 | US Amateur Radio Numbers Reach an All-Time High

    Amateur Radio growth in the US continues to soar.
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    05/29/2013 | FCC Seeks Small Vanity Call Sign Fee Increase

    The FCC released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on May 23, seeking to raise the fee for Amateur Radio vanity call signs by 20 cents. Currently, a vanity call sign costs $15 and is good for 10 years; the new fee, if approved, will go up to $15.20 f
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    11/05/2012 | W1AW Announces 2012-2013 Winter Operating Schedule

    With the switch from Daylight Saving Time to Standard Time, W1AW Station Manager Joe Carcia, NJ1Q, has updated the W1AW operating schedule to reflect the change. The local standard times have not changed, but the UTC times they reference have.
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    07/20/2012 | Vanity Call Sign Fee to Go Up 80 Cents

    On July 20, the FCC announced that the cost of an Amateur Radio vanity call sign will increase 80 cents, from $14.20 to $15. The fee will increase 30 days after notice of the increase is published in the Federal Register; no date has yet been set for publ
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    05/07/2012 | FCC Seeks Higher Vanity Call Sign Fee

    The FCC released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) on May 4, seeking to raise the fee for Amateur Radio vanity call signs. Currently, a vanity call sign costs $14.20 and is good for 10 years; the new fee, if the FCC plan goes through, will go up to $
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    03/12/2012 | W1AW Announces Spring Operating Schedule

    With the switch from Standard Time to Daylight Saving Time, W1AW Station Manager Joe Carcia, NJ1Q, has updated the W1AW operating schedule to reflect the change. Your local standard times have not changed, but the UTC times they reference have.
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    11/06/2011 | W1AW Announces Winter Operating Schedule

    With the switch from Daylight Saving Time to Standard Time, W1AW Station Manager Joe Carcia, NJ1Q, has updated the W1AW operating schedule to reflect the change. Your local standard times have not changed, but the UTC times they reference have.
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