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    02/24/2011 | Amateur MF Allocation Moves a Step Closer

    Amateur Radio has moved a step closer to a medium frequency (MF) allocation below the AM broadcast band. During the first week of the Conference Preparatory Meeting (CPM) for the 2012 World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-12) of the International Telec
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    12/14/2010 | What Role Can You Play to Help Defend Our Amateur Radio Spectrum?

    The third edition of Spectrum Defense Matters -- a newsletter aimed at keeping ARRL members updated on issues related to the protection of Amateur Radio frequencies -- has just been released on the ARRL Web site. This newsletter covers both domestic and i
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    10/12/2010 | ARRL Marks 27th Year of Hosting USTTI ARAC Course

    Students from the Philippines, Ethiopia, Ghana, Brazil, and Nigeria attended the United States Telecommunications Training Institute (USTTI) Amateur Radio Administration Course (ARAC) at ARRL Headquarters September 27-October 1. ARRL Chief Technology Offi
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    10/01/2010 | 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 September.
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    09/20/2010 | United States Supports Secondary Amateur Radio Allocation at 461-469 and 471-478 kHz

    The Federal Communications Commission and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) -- the spectrum regulators for United States private sector and government users, respectively -- have agreed to support a secondary MF allocat
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    08/10/2010 | Spectrum Defense Matters -- to Everyone

    In July 2010, the ARRL launched a newsletter called Spectrum Defense Matters to keep its members information on issues related to the protection of Amateur Radio frequencies. This newsletter -- published on the ARRL Web site a few times each
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