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    12/03/2010 | ARRL Introduces Book on Selecting, Using Antenna Tuners in Your Station

    Antenna tuners are devices often misunderstood in the Amateur Radio world. While not every station requires an antenna tuner to transmit radio signals, without one an incompatibility between the transmitter and the antenna system can result in poor perfor
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    10/08/2010 | 2009 Hiram Percy Maxim Award Recipient Honored

    At their 2010 Second Meeting, the ARRL Board of Directors selected Emily Bishop, WE4MB, of Cleveland, Tennessee, as the recipient of the 2009 Hiram Percy Maxim Award. This award is given annually to a radio amateur -- who is also a current ARRL member --
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    09/14/2010 | ARRL Honorary Vice President Hugh Turnbull, W3ABC (SK)

    ARRL Honorary Vice President Hugh Turnbull, W3ABC (SK)
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    08/09/2010 | Oklahoma Town Agrees RFI Ordinance Does Not Apply to Hams

    Acting on behalf of an ARRL member in Midwest City, Oklahoma -- who had been sent a notice by the town asserting that he was in violation of a town ordinance regarding radio frequency interference (RFI) -- the ARRL notified Midwest City officials that onl
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    07/23/2010 | ARRL Argues that Oklahoma Town’s RFI Ordinance is “Null and Void”

    Saying that only the Federal Communications Commission is empowered to regulate radio frequency interference (RFI), the ARRL has notified Midwest City, Oklahoma, that its local ordinance 27-3(9), seeking to regulate radio transmissions and RFI, is “null a
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  • 06/22/2010 | 2009 ARRL Annual Report Now Available

    The ARRL Annual Report for 2009, now available online and in print, reviews the major events of the year and documents the renewed growth of both the ARRL and the activities of the Amateur Radio Service. In 2009, the ARRL experienced a growth
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    12/16/2009 | Utah Hams Coordinate Rescue

    In areas where cell phone signals just won't work, Amateur Radio gets through. That's what happened when Brent Yeates, KA7FAP, of North Logan, Utah, found out just before noon on Wednesday, December 2 when he came across a dairy truck that had crashed and
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  • 10/14/2009 | Ham Provides Rescue Support at Utah Marathon

    While not as well known as the Boston and New York City Marathons, Utah's St George Marathon draws more than 7000 runners to the town of St George -- located 300 miles south of Salt Lake City, near the Utah-Arizona-Nevada border -- each year. The race, no
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