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    05/03/2011 | The ARRL Ham Aid Fund Needs Your Help to Support Radio Communications in Alabama

    The ARRL’s Ham Aid Fund has been tapped to aid Amateur Radio operations in Alabama, following the wake of destructive killer tornadoes that ravaged the state last week. According to ARRL Chief Development Officer Mary Hobart, K1MMH, hams in Alabama have r
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    03/23/2011 | Thormod “Tom” Bøe, LA7OF (SK)

    Thormod “Tom” Bøe, LA7OF, of Horten, Norway, passed away on Monday, March 21. He was 71. Bøe was President of the Norsk Radio Relae Liga (NRRL), Norway’s IARU Member-Society.
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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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    02/08/2011 | 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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    12/14/2010 | New Edition of ON4UN’s Low-Band DXing Now Shipping!

    The fifth edition of ON4UN’s Low-Band DXing: Antennas, Equipment and Techniques for DXcitement on 160, 80 and 40 Meters by John Devoldere, ON4UN, features new and updated material. This is a book -- with CD-ROM included -- that every fan of 40 meters thro
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  • 12/18/2009 | Midwest VHF/UHF Society Frequency Measuring Test

    The Midwest VHF/UHF Society frequency measuring test will be held December 28 through 30. The MVUS Frequency Measuring Test is intended to supplement, not replace, the ARRL frequency measuring test. The test will begin at 1500 UTC on Monday, December 28 a
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  • 10/30/2009 | The K7RA Solar Update

    Well, what a week it has been. The solar flux hit 82.3 on Tuesday, the highest recording yet since the first-observed "new cycle sunspot" in January 2008, the "official" visual start of Solar Cycle 24. Even as I write this, the flux is
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