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  • Uli Ann, KK8I (left), was the winner of the over 30 (with <em>Rufz</em> experience) category.

    06/05/2009 | Rufz CW Trainer: A Big Hit in Dayton

    If you walked past the IARU booth in the ARRL EXPO at the Dayton Hamvention this year, you might have noticed a few amateurs sitting in front of PCs with headphones on typing intently, a serious look on their faces. They were in the middle of a session wi
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    05/28/2009 | FCC's Bill Cross: "Behave Yourselves!"

    Bill Cross, W3TN, a staff member in the FCC's Mobility Division, and Laura Smith, FCC Special Counsel for Amateur Enforcement, spoke at the FCC Forum on Saturday, May 16 at the 2009 Dayton Hamvention®. Cross opened by explaining just where Amateur Rad
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    05/27/2009 | Frank Bauer, KA3HDO, Receives ARRL President's Award

    On Saturday, May 16 during the the forum featuring Richard Garriott, W5KWQ, at the Dayton Hamvention®, ARRL President Joel Harrison, W5ZN, presented former Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) International Chairman Frank Bauer, KA
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  • 05/27/2009 | ARRL Field Day Tips and Techniques that Everyone Can Use

    Many amateurs treat ARRL Field Day (June 27-28) as a contest, even though it isn't one. But if your idea of Field Day fun is to go for the highest score possible, ARRL Contest Branch Manager Sean Kutzko, KX9X, offered the following suggestions at the ARRL
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    05/27/2009 | ARRL Donors Gather in Dayton

    More than 100 ARRL donors gathered to mix and mingle at the ARRL's Eighth Annual Donor Reception on Thursday, May 14, just prior to the 2009 ARRL National Convention and Dayton Hamvention. Hosted by the ARRL as a way to thank those who donated $1000 or mo
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  • 05/25/2009 | 2009 ARRL National Convention: A Huge Success!

    The 2009 ARRL National Convention at Dayton Hamvention® was held May 15-17. Even if you couldn't make it to Dayton, you can explore all the excitement -- including photos and stories -- on the Convention's Learn More