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  • 02/05/2009 | Swedish Amateurs Granted New Privileges

    On January 29, the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency (PTS) announced that Amateur Radio operators in that country will now have access t
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  • 10/10/2008 | Pennsylvania Becomes 27th State with PRB-1 Law on Books

    On Wednesday, October 8, Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell (D) signed into law a bill that guarantees radio amateurs the right to erect antenna support structures up to 65 feet without the need for a Special Use Permit. The bill passed in the House
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  • 09/10/2008 | ARRL Welcomes USTTI Students

    Next month, the ARRL will welcome students from various countries from all over the world who want to learn how to administer and regulate Amateur Radio programs in their home countries. This course, offered by the United States Telecommunications Trainin
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    06/30/2008 | 2007 ARRL Annual Report Now Available

    The ARRL Annual Report for 2007, now available online and in print, reviews the League's major events of the year and documents the renewed growth of both the ARRL and the activities of the Amateur Radio Service. Just 50 years ago, there were few
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    06/21/2008 | Ham Radio -- "Below the Radar"

    William Cross, W3TN, a staff member in the FCC's Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, and Riley Hollingsworth, Special Counsel for the Spectrum Enforcement Division of the FCC's Enforcement Bureau, spoke at the FCC Forum on Saturday afternoon at the 2008 D
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  • 05/28/2008 | ARRL Files Comments in Two Matters Before FCC

    On Tuesday, May 27, ARRL filed electronic comments concerning two matters that the FCC has under consideration. The first set of comments concern a company that filed a request for a waiver of Part 90 of the FCC rules; ReconRobotics, an electronics manufa
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  • 05/07/2008 | FCC Denies Two Amateur Radio Petitions for Rulemaking

    In two separate decisions released today, the Federal Communications Commission denied two Petitions for Rulemaking (PRM) having to do with Amateur Radio. These two PRMs, one filed by Mark Miller, N5RFX, of Arlington, Texas, con
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