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  • Spectrum Defense Matters - September 2012

    In This Issue:

    • A Note from the Chief Executive Officer
    • Protecting the Spectrum at Home
    • Texas Club supports the Spectrum Defense Fund--AGAIN!
    • A Note from the Chief Development Officer

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  • Spectrum Defense Matters - July 2012

    In This Issue:
     

    • Note from CEO David Sumner, K1ZZ
    • Amateurs Face Growing Challenges in Microwave Bands
    • WRC-15 Agenda Presents Opportunity, Challenges for Amateur Radio
    • Note from Chief Technology Officer Brennan Price, N4QX

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  • Spectrum Defense Matter - November 2011

    In This Issue:
     

    • A Note from the Chief Executive Officer
    • FCC Responds on BPL
    • Agenda for 2015 World Radiocommunication Conference to be set at WRC-12
    • After WRC-12 Comes WRC-15
    • WRC-12 Proposals Submitted from Around the World

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  • Spectrum Defense Matters - September 2011

    In This Issue:
     

    • United States Proposes to Allocate 5250-5450 kHz to HF Oceanographic Radar
    • IARU Spectrum Futures Committee Begins Work
    • Africa Joins Effort for Amateur Secondary Allocation at MF
    • HR 607 Update
    • Why is Spectrum Defense Important?
    • Temple Amateur Radio Club – Generous Contribution

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  • Spectrum Defense Matters - March 2011

    In This Issue:
     

    • Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Spectrum
    • Progress Made Toward Potential MF Allocation in Bogota and Geneva
    • BPL Battle Continues



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  • Spectrum Defense Matters - December 2010

    In This Issue:

    • Our IARU Partners
    • ARRL Gauges National Broadband Plan Impact on Amateur Radio
    • The 2010 GAREC Conference



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  • Spectrum Defense Matters - September 2010

    In This Issue:

     

    • U.S. Supports Secondary Amateur Radio Allocation at 461-469 and 471-478 kHz
    • New York Judge Declares Amateur Radio Is Not a Cell Phone
    • ARRL Takes On ReconRobotics Over 430 MHz
    • ARRL Works to Protect 2304 MHz – and an Important Principle
    • ARRL Addresses 10 Meter Interference in Comments on CB Rules



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  • Spectrum Defense Matters - July 2010

    In This Issue:

    • Maritime Organization Opposes Amateur Allocation
    • IARU Participates in Development Conference
    • A New Spectrum Defense Mug and Pin
    • Countdown to WRC-12: All Roads Lead to Geneva!
    • PLT the Subject of June Meetings in Geneva
    • Conferences and Meetings
    • Your ARRL Representatives
    • Team Leaders Selected for WRTC 2010



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