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    09/29/2011 | Attention Techs: 10 Meters Is Hot!

    With solar flux numbers not seen since 2004, the higher HF bands have seen a surge in activity. The solar flux has been at least 100 since August 20. On September 10, it reached 116, rising to 121 the next day. It climbed steadily, reaching a peak of 190
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    08/04/2011 | Hams Report ARISSat-1’s Linear Transponder Is Working

    After its eventful deployment yesterday, ARISSsat-1 is definitely working. Hams from all over the world have reported hearing the voice, CW and SSTV transmissions. Despite concerns that the UHF antenna was either missing or damaged, the linear transponder
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    06/07/2011 | Gene Zimmerman, W3ZZ, to Retire from “The World Above 50 MHz”

    If you’re a VHF+ fan, you probably read “The World Above 50 MHz,” written by Gene Zimmerman, W3ZZ, of Gaithersburg, Maryland. For the last nine years, Zimmerman -- an ARRL Life Member -- has written this popular QST column, but the July 2011 issue will be
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    06/01/2011 | ARRL In Action: What Have We Been Up to Lately?

    This feature -- including convenient Web links to useful information -- is a concise monthly update of some of the things ARRL is doing on behalf of its members. This installment covers the month of May.
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    08/31/2010 | QST Columnist Recognized for Documenting Radio’s Past

    John Dilks, K2TQN -- who pens the “Vintage Radio” column in QST every month -- was awarded the AWA Houck Award for Documentation by the American Wireless Association (AWA) at their 2010 World Convention, held August 17-21 in Rochester, New York. This awar
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    03/01/2010 | TAPR President Emeritus Dr David Toth, VE3GYQ (SK)

    Dr David Toth, VE3GYQ -- President Emeritus of Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR) -- passed away Friday, February 26after a long battle with cancer. He was 55. A resident of Spencerville, Ohio, Toth served as a Director and Executive Vice President of TAP
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