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Everything for hams to get involved, get active, and get on the air. 11th Softcover Edition.
FCC Part 97 Rules & Regulations for the Amateur Radio Service. Rules effective September 3, 2014.
A step-by-step guide that will get you started in the fascinating world of HF digital technology!
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From antennas to amplifiers – everything you need to know to set up your first HF station!
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Everything you need to set up and use a high speed microwave network.
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Oscilloscopes are a useful tool in the world of electronics. This book is filled with practical information for adding a scope to your ham shack.
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Explains the phenomena we observe on the amateur bands and invites you on the journey through the still-unknown radio propagation universe.
10,000 more listings than last year! World’s largest printed directory of repeater systems. One size: 6" x9".
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Shipping early April!
The authoritative source of VHF/UHF repeater listings. Now organized by city and state.
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The Worldwide Repeater Directory, and the online repeater directory of ARRL. Listings for 50,000+ repeaters in 170+ countries.
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If you own a handheld transceiver, or trying to decide which one to buy, this is the essential guide!
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Your introduction into the fascinating world of radio communication by Morse code, now simply called “CW”.
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Your complete guide to the most widely-used VoIP systems used by hams: EchoLink ,IRLP, eQSO and WIRES-II.
Learn the basics of how the internet works and how home networks operate. Station diagrams, software tips and more!
A resource for the Amateur Radio operator who volunteers as a trained storm spotter.
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, Radio Frequency Interference (RFI), Tech Tips
Volunteer Opportunities, Youth, Hamfests and Conventions Calendar, Recruiting & Outreach, Clubs, The ARRL Foundation, Donate to ARRL
ARRL Publication Dealers, ARRL Store, List all Products, Periodicals, Shipping, Product Notes, Return Policy, Customer Service/Support
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