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  • W2FMI-A

    12/02/2009 | Jerry Sevick, W2FMI (SK)

    Jerry Sevick, W2FMI -- renowned for his research and publications related to short vertical antennas and transmission line transformers -- passed away on Sunday, November 29. He was 90. In 2004, Sevick, an ARRL Technical Advisor, received the ARRL&nb
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  • A December 2008 study showed that almost 50 percent of ARRLĀ PIOs had no public relations training, while others had little or some training.

    08/21/2009 | PR-101 Course Introduced at ARRL National Convention

    The ARRL Public Relations Committee unveiled the new ARRL's PR-101 course today at the 2009 ARRL National Convention at the Dayton Hamvention. The course -- designed to give hams a quick course in public relations activities -- was quickly snapped up by A
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  • 07/02/2009 | What's New at Dayton 2009: The Unabridged Version

    The July 2009 issue of QST had a one page overview of some of the major pieces of equipment introduced at the Dayton Hamvention®. There is no way a single person can track down everyt
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  • 2008AnnualReport

    07/02/2009 | 2008 ARRL Annual Report Now Available

    The ARRL Annual Report for 2008, 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 2008, the ARRL experienced a growth in membershi
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  • FD3

    07/01/2009 | Fresh Air, Friends, Food and Fun Abound for 2009 ARRL Field Day

    It's an event that some groups take very seriously, planning all year long for. Still, others just use the date to get together, make a few contacts and enjoy each other's company. No matter how you view it, ARRL Field Day is fun!
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  • K8QOE

    06/22/2009 | Ohio Section Manager Joe Phillips, K8QOE (SK)

    Joe Phillips, K8QOE, who served as ARRL Ohio Section Manager since 1998, passed away suddenly at his home on Saturday, June 20. He was 68. Licensed in 1959 as KN9SYL, Phillips first joined the ARRL Field Organization as an Official Emergency Station (OES)
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