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    01/28/2014 | K9LA Named to Receive the 2013 Bill Orr, W6SAI, Technical Writing Award

    The 2013 Bill Orr, W6SAI, Technical Writing Award winner is K9LA.
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    11/20/2012 | Former “How’s DX?” Conductor Rod Newkirk, W9BRD (SK)

    Rod Newkirk, W9BRD/VA3ZBB, of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada -- who penned the QST column “How’s DX?” from 1947-1978 -- passed away on Monday, November 19 after a long illness. Newkirk was credited with coining the term “Elmer,” as well as for his humorous take
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    08/20/2012 | QST Managing Editor Joel Kleinman, N1BKE (SK) -- UPDATED

    QST Managing Editor Joel P. Kleinman, N1BKE, of Meriden, Connecticut, died August 18 from injuries received during a house fire. He was 64. Kleinman was responsible for the coordination, organization, control and completion of all aspects of QST’s
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    03/14/2012 | Mark Your Calendars: It’s Time for the Spring FMT

    The Frequency Measuring Test (FMT) continues its successful “round-table” format when it takes to the airwaves on the evening of April 19 (April 20 UTC). The test moves to Thursday from the November FMT’s usual Wednesday evening, giving everyone an opport
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    11/02/2011 | Mark Your Calendars: It’s Time for the November FMT

    The Frequency Measuring Test (FMT) returns to the airwaves on Wednesday, November 9. As in April, the format will simulate a roundtable QSO in which all of the stations are close to the same frequency, but not exactly on the same frequency. This time, the
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    12/02/2009 | Jerry Sevick, W2FMI (SK)

    Jerry Sevick, W2FMI -- renowned for his research and publications related to short vertical antennas and transmission line transformers -- passed away on Sunday, November 29. He was 90. In 2004, Sevick, an ARRL Technical Advisor, received the ARRL&nb
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  • 09/10/2008 | ARRL Presents New Membership Benefit

    With just a mouse click or two, ARRL members can now access the online QST magazine archive. This new benefit -- a service of the ARRL Technical Information Service (TIS) -- provides PDF copies of all QST articles from December 1915 thro
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