Voting Now Open for January QST Cover Plaque Award
Now that you’ve thumbed through and read the January 2012 issue of QST cover-to-cover, we’re sure that an article sticks in your mind. So go ahead and cast your vote for your favorite article in the issue. The article with the most votes will receive the QST Cover Plaque Award.
- A Transistor Tester in a Tin, by Alan Bloom, N1AL
- Revisiting the Four Stage 75 Meter SSB Superhet, by David Harrington, W6IBC
- A 2 Meter and 70 cm Portable Tape Measure Beam, by John Portune, W6NBC
- Moving Yet Another Band Lower with that HF Loop, by Dave Robertson, KE5QWP
- A Low-Impact Mobile Installation, by Thomas E. Nolan, W3EX
- DXing for the Little Pistol, by Robert S. Logan, NZ5A
- Vintage Low Power Radios, by Ralph E. Taggart, WB8DQT
- High Tide on Tarawa, by Bill Vanderheide, N7OU
- Building a Dream Novice Station, by Kim Johnson, KC0JQH
The QST Cover Plaque award -- given to the author or authors of the best article in each issue -- is determined by a vote of ARRL members on the QST Cover Plaque Poll Web page. Only authors who are not members of the Headquarters staff are eligible to receive votes.