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    04/03/2012 | ARRL Seeks Comments on Proposed 33 cm Band Plan

    A few months ago, the ARRL UHF/Microwave Band Plan Committee asked the Amateur Radio community about current, planned and projected uses of the amateur bands between 902 MHz-3.5 GHz. After reading the feedback, the Committee began working on the band plan
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    03/28/2012 | Online DXCC Application to Debut April 2

    Beginning April 2 at 12:01 AM EDT (0401 UTC), the ARRL’s new Online DXCC tool will be ready to accept applications, allowing hams to supply the data from traditional paper QSLs in a digital form to apply for a new DXCC award or endorsement. Submitting a D
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    03/15/2012 | FCC Seeks to Modify Hawaiian Ham’s License

    On March 15, the FCC issued an Order Proposing Modification, seeking to change the license class of Todd Wilson, WH6DWF, of Honolulu, Hawaii, from General to Technician. The FCC stated that granting General class Amateur Radio operator privileges to Wilso
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    03/06/2012 | ARRL Seeks Comments on Proposed 9 cm Band Plan

    A few months ago, the ARRL UHF/Microwave Band Plan Committee asked the Amateur Radio community about current, planned and projected uses of the amateur bands between 902 MHz and 3.5 GHz. The response was beyond our expectations, with hundreds of comments
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  • Bill Simons, W9BB, who died in January, developed the Shure 440 and 444 microphones for the Amateur Radio market.

    02/17/2012 | Bill Simons, W9BB, Silent Key; Developed Shure Microphones

    Bill Simons, W9BB, who developed two famous models of Shure microphones for the Amateur Radio market, died in January at age 84.
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    02/17/2012 | WRC-12 Comes to a Close in Geneva

    The World Radiocommunication Conference 2012 (WRC-12) concluded its deliberations today with the signing of the Final Acts that revise the Radio Regulations, the international treaty governing the use of radio-frequency spectrum and satellite orbits. More
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    01/03/2012 | Nomination Deadline for Dayton Hamvention Awards Approaching

    It’s not too late to nominate individuals and clubs for the 2012 Dayton Hamvention® awards. The deadline to make your nominations for the Amateur of the Year Award, Special Achievement Award, Technical Excellence Award, and the Amateur Radio Club of the Y
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