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Celebrate 100 years of ARRL’s membership journal, with a commemorative reissue of the first QST—the December 1915 issue.
This fast-paced adventure novel is the sequel to the popular preparedness fiction"The Road Home".
A memoir by Dave Bell, W6AQ, of his life in the fascinating hobby of Amateur Radio
This biography presents Maxim's genius and productivity, his kindness, sincerity, humor, and appreciation of the great adventure of LIFE.
The Story of Amateur Radio!
Watch the evolution of Amateur Radio unfold through a series of videos of its history in the 20th century.
A Collection of Classic Cartoons from QST!
An extraordinary story that includes hams among those patriots that helped the allied war effort during World War II.
A remarkable story of Edgar Harrison and the extraordinary adventures he encountered throughout World War II.
Fast-paced thriller in which ham radio plays a pivotal role in foiling a secret government project to breed super soldiers using Neanderthal DNA.
With more than 40 years of ham radio experience, Ward Silver, N0AX, turns from technical writing to this tale of ham radio detective.
A tale of how field mice invented radio to save themselves. A unique, exciting story for young hams!
A story about ham radio operators and others who helped ease worries during a time of war.
This is the history of three travelers: sailor Danny Weil and famed ham radio DXpeditioners Lloyd and Iris Colvin.
A story of the quartz crystal—a technology that changed the tide of World War II. New Paperback Edition!
This book highlights ham radio in many of the headlined events of the half century, including exploration and aviation "firsts".
Special Event Stations, DXCC Program, Operating Specialties, W100AW & W1AW QSLs via Bureau, Amateur Code, Contests, Operating Resources, Awards, W1AW, QSL Service, Centennial QSO Party, NPOTA, Logbook of the World
FCC License Info and Forms, Volunteer Instructors/Mentors, Courses & Training, Getting Licensed, Volunteer Examiners, What is Ham Radio, Get on the Air, License Certificates, College Students and Educators, Amateur Radio in the Classroom
Member Directory, myARRL, Membership Certificate, Blind Membership, Dues Increase FAQ, Join ARRL/Renew Membership, Member Discounts, member feedback, Member Support, Membership Levels
State and Local, Volunteer Consulting Engineer Program, Volunteer Counsel Program, Antenna Regulation and Zoning, CCR Study Information, International, Federal RFI Preemption, Technical Relations Office, Federal
NTS Manual, Ham Aid, Public Service Resources, ARES, Public Service Honor Roll, SKYWARN Recognition Day, Served Agencies and Partners, NTS
ARRL References, Radio Technology Topics, ARRL Lab, Tech Portal, Tech Tips, Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
Volunteer Opportunities, Hamfests and Conventions Calendar, Recruiting & Outreach, Clubs, The ARRL Foundation, Donate to ARRL, Youth
ARRL Publication Dealers, ARRL Store, List all Products, Periodicals, Shipping, Return Policy, Customer Service/Support, Product Notes
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