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  • SatHandbook3D

    10/30/2008 | New ARRL Satellite Book Available

    The ARRL Satellite Handbook by QST Editor Steve Ford, WB8IMY, brings the thrill of satellite communications within your reach. Filled with understandable descriptions and illustrations, this book includes all the tools you need to partic
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  • Lab2

    10/22/2008 | ARRL Hosts Amateur Radio Classroom for USTTI Students

    Students from Kenya, The Gambia, Ghana, The Philippines, Honduras, Dominica and Nepal attended the United States Telecommunications Training Institute (USTTI) Amateur Radio Administration Course (ARAC) at ARRL Headquarters October 13-17. ARRL Chief Techno
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  • 10/15/2008 | Book on Amateur Radio's "Golden Age" Now Available from ARRL

    Many consider 1930 to 1980 as the "golden age" of American radio technology. A time of extraordinary innovation driven by pioneering engineers and entrepreneurs, this 50 year span saw the introduction of rigs that would become famous throughout
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  • ChinaHam

    05/28/2008 | First ARRL Book Published in China

    The first of several ARRL books has been translated and published by Posts and Telecomnunications Press (PTPress) of Beijing, People's Republic of China. Getting Started with Ham Radio by QST Editor Steve Ford, WB8IMY, will be available
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  • 04/28/2008 | Counting Down to Dayton Hamvention

    With less than one month to go, everyone wants to know what's new in the ARRL EXPO at the 2008 Dayton Hamvention®. Who's going to be there? What's happening and when? We here at HQ are gearing up for an exciting time in the ARRL EXPO in Ballarena Hall
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  • 03/26/2008 | ARRL EXPO Getting in Gear for 2008 Dayton Hamvention®

    ARRL EXPO Coordinator Katie Breen, W1KRB, relays that plans for the ARRL EXPO at this year's Dayton Hamvention® are coming together nicely: "Our current focus is on the new look and feel of our space. In past Hamventions, Forum Room 5 was located
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  • R. Dean Straw, K6BV

    03/14/2008 | ARRL "Antenna Expert" to Retire

    R. Dean Straw, N6BV, best known to Amateur Radio operators as the "ARRL antenna expert," has announced his retirement, effective March 31. Straw's main responsibility at ARRL has been shepherding and shaping The ARRL Antenna Book since
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