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ARRL General Bulletin ARLB026 (2007)

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ARLB026 Update to ARRL 2007 Frequency Measuring Test

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ARRL Bulletin 26  ARLB026
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  November 9, 2007
To all radio amateurs 

SB QST ARL ARLB026
ARLB026 Update to ARRL 2007 Frequency Measuring Test

In addition to the W1AW transmissions, Mike Fahmie, WA6ZTY will also
conduct a West Coast Frequency Measuring Test 1/2 hour prior to
W1AW.  Look for the West Coast transmission around 7045 kHz
beginning at 0215 UTC (6:15 PM PST), on Wednesday, November 14 (UTC
date, November 15).  The transmission will consist of three (3)
60-second key down periods separated by station identification.  The
West Coast FMT will last for approximately 10-minutes total.

Your report should be submitted via the FMT Report form on the W1AW
FMT Web site. Along with your call sign and e-mail address, enter
your most accurate measurement on each band and indicate whether you
measured the W1AW (or WA6ZTY) signal. There will be a window to list
your equipment and enter any Soapbox comments.

There is a slight change in that participants have 14 days to input
their data.  BOTH the W1AW and WA6ZTY measured frequencies--in
addition to inputted data--will be available on the W1AW FMT web
page after the 14 day period.  Participants may input their data
more than once, although the final entry will be the one used for
the results.

Additional information about the FMT--including a list of reference
articles and any updates to test schedules--is on the W1AW Frequency
Measuring Test Web page at, http://www.arrl.org/w1aw/fmt.
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