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    08/11/2011 | Second Century Campaign Committee Meets in Newington

    The year 2014 marks the end of the first century of the ARRL. In these 100 years, amateurs have seen spark gap give way to CW, FM and AM, SSB and the numerous digital modes, with the ARRL leading the way. In celebration of the beginning of a second centur
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    08/03/2011 | Investigation by ARRL OOs, Researchers Leads to Resolution of 60 Meter Interference

    Collaboration between ARRL Official Observers and researchers at Rutgers University has resulted in a change of operating frequency of coastal HF radars, eliminating interference to amateur stations using two frequencies in the 60 meter (5 MHz) band,
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    07/28/2011 | ARRL Board of Directors Gathers in Connecticut for 2011 Second Meeting

    The ARRL Board of Directors held its Second Meeting of 2011 July 15-16 in Windsor, Connecticut, under the chairmanship of President Kay Craigie, N3KN. At the two-day meeting, the Board considered a number of reports and acted on several recommendations --
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    07/22/2011 | ARRL Asks FCC to Keep 2300 MHz Proceeding Open

    In June, the FCC released a Public Notice that sought comments on whether or not it should terminate approximately 800 docketed proceedings in the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (WTB), the International Bureau (IB), the Office of Engineering and Techn
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    06/28/2011 | Texas Hams Injured at Field Day Site

    On the morning of June 26, two Texas radio amateurs -- Danny Caldwell, AD5IP, of Kamay, and Mike Byrne, AE5CO, of Iowa Park -- were received electric shocks as they took down an inverted V antenna. According to Wichita County Emergency Coordinator Larry B
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    06/21/2011 | QEX -- the July/August 2011 Issue

    The July/August issue of QEX is coming soon, and it is full of theoretical and practical technical articles that you won't want to miss. QEX is the ARRL’s “Forum for Communications Experimenters.” Published bimonthly, it features technical articles, colum
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    06/15/2011 | New Online Introductory Emergency Communications Course Now Available

    Registration is now open for the new online Introduction to Emergency Communications course (EC-001). Course information, including a description, pre-requisites and instructions on how to register are available on the ARRL website. Slots are still availa
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