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    03/13/2012 | The ARRL Homebrew Challenge III -- And the Winner Is…

    The previous ARRL Homebrew Challenges have been to build a 5 W PEP 40 meter sideband and CW transceiver (Homebrew Challenge I) and then a 50 W linear amplifier to follow it (Homebrew Challenge II). This third challenge moved up the spectrum into frequenci
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    12/06/2011 | New QuickStats Poll Now Available on ARRL Website

    Four new poll questions have just been published on the QuickStats page on the ARRL website. Let your voice be heard!
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    09/29/2011 | The Deadline for the Third ARRL Homebrew Challenge Is Approaching

    The ARRL has sponsored two Homebrew Challenges in the past, designed to test our members’ design and construction skills by making useful amateur gear at low cost -- and sharing their results with our members. Our first ARRL Homebrew Challenge, announced
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    09/22/2011 | Yaesu Donates FT DX 5000 Transceiver to W1AW

    Thanks to the generosity of Yaesu, W1AW, the Hiram Percy Maxim Memorial Station, now boasts Yaesu’s premier transceiver -- an FT DX 5000 and SM-5000 Station Monitor. Dennis Motschenbacher, K7BV, Executive Vice President for Yaesu’s Amateur Radio Sales Div
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    06/22/2011 | What Are You Building for the Third ARRL Homebrew Challenge?

    The ARRL has sponsored two Homebrew Challenges in the past, designed to test our members’ design and construction skills by making useful amateur gear at low cost -- and sharing their results with our members. Our first ARRL Homebrew Challenge, announced
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    03/08/2011 | New QuickStats Poll Now Available on ARRL Website

    Four new poll questions have just been published on the QuickStats page on the ARRL website. Let your voice be heard!
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  • 11/25/2009 | The K7RA Solar Update

    This edition of the Solar Update will be brief. Since ARRL Headquarters is closed on Thanksgiving Day and the day after, I hope to have another bulletin out Monday morning to catch up with the sunspot, solar flux and geomagnetic data information.
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