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ARRL Special Bulletin ARLX015 (1996)

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ARLX015 N4T TN bicentennial

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Special Bulletin 15  ARLX015
From ARRL Headquarters
Newington CT  June 5, 1996
To all radio amateurs

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ARLX015 N4T TN bicentennial

In observance of the 200th anniversary of Tennessee's statehood, the
FCC has authorized the use of the special event call sign N4T
through June 30, 1996.  N4T will operate from the Amateur Radio
display at the Bicentennial Mall in Nashville, Tennessee.

The station licensee and control operator is Ron Quednau, N4GHU, of
Nolensville, Tennessee.  The special event call sign was granted May
31 by the office of FCC Private Wireless Division Chief Robert H.
McNamara.

N4GHU reports N4T operations are mostly on evenings and weekends,
and operating hours are ''very flexible,'' since the station is
relying on guest operators.  N4T is equipped for HF CW on 80, 40 and
20 meters and will be available via satellite daily through June 7,
1996.

A commemorative QSL card signed by Tennessee Gov Don Sundquist will
be issued for contacts.  It also bears Sundquist's message: ''Let
Tennessee Amateur Radio commemorate our Bicentennial with this QSL
card.''
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