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  • 10/06/2008 | The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications -- 2009 (Eighty-Sixth Edition) Now Available

    The 2009 ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications uniquely serves both amateur experimenters and industry practitioners, emphasizing connections between basic theory and application. The ARRL Handbook is simply the standard in applied elec
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    08/20/2008 | Reunion Island, South Africa Connect on 2 Meters

    On Thursday, August 14, Phil Mondon, FR5DN, on Reunion Island had a successful QSO with Glen Kraut, ZS2GK, in South Africa on 2 meters. According to Dave Pedersen, N7BHC, this contact is "very likely the longest 2 meter QSO via tropospheric propagati
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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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  • H1SS

    05/13/2008 | W1HQ Snake Gets Name, Call Sign

    With more than 400 votes tallied, the W1HQ snake finally has a name. Sean Kutzko, KX9X, president of The Laird Campbell Memorial HQ Operators Club, announced that the snake not only has a name, but a call sign, as well.
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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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