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  • 12/02/2009 | ARRL's Logbook of The World Reaches New Milestones

    Since its inception on September 15, 2003, more than 30,000 hams have signed on to Logbook of The World (LoTW), ARRL's online logging program -- an increase of more than 7000 hams since 2008. These 30,000 hams have made upwards of 250 million QSOs -- more
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  • Duncan&Bergren

    05/06/2009 | Noted QST Author, DXpeditioner Lee Bergren, W0AR (SK)

    Albert "Lee" Bergren, W0AR (ex-W9AIW, W0AIW), of Kansas City, Missouri, passed away May 1 after a brief illness. He was 93. An electronics engineer, author, designer and advisor with special accomplishments in the field of antenna and radio ampl
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  • K1LT

    01/22/2009 | LoTW Reaches New Milestone: 200 Million QSOs

    On January 16, Vic Kean Jr, K1LT, of Carroll, Ohio, uploaded four years' worth of logs -- about 25,000 QSOs -- to ARRL's Logbook of The World (LoTW). Somewhere in that batch, the LoTW counter crossed the 2 million mark. To celebrate Kean's submission of t
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  • Joey

    07/10/2008 | Field Day Fun at W1AW

    Another Field Day has come and gone, and just like amateurs all over the country, those who activated W1AW not only took part, but had lots of fun during the 24 hour event. According to W1AW Station Manager Joe Carcia, NJ1Q, W1AW made 1079 contacts using
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  • DL9KR_Shack

    06/21/2008 | German Ham Claims First DXCC on 432 MHz

    The world of Amateur Radio DXing has passed a new milestone: On Friday, June 6, Jan Bruinier, DL9KR, of Niedernhausen, Germany, worked his 100th country on 432 MHz (70 cm). via moonbounce (EME) and CW.
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  • 06/02/2008 | ARRL Welcomes Yaesu as Principal Sponsor of Logbook of The World Web Site

    The ARRL welcomes Yaesu as the principal sponsor of the Logbook of The World (LoTW) Web site. LoTW is a repository of log records submitted by users from around the world; when both participants in a QSO submit matching QSO records to LoTW, the result is
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