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Program on Refreshing Features

Some nay-sayers look down on the Amateur Radio applications that use the Internet to aid in connections with established Ham Radio operations. Like many things in life, there are reasons…

More DX News

ARRL Awards Branch Manager Bill Moore, NC1L has announced DX: Operations has approved a collection of operations DXCC credit: 4S7NZG — Sri Lanka (renewal), 2013 operation XW4XR — Laos, current…

A Keepsake Issue

In an announcement that will in time be joined by others dealing with the Centennial of the League, the ARRL has announced it is now taking orders for personalized and…

Our Neighbors

This simple, yet effective logo is for many the first awareness that Amateur Radio is alive and well north of the border between two friendly neighbors. Just as radio energy…

Bonds of Similarities

Indeed, there are true bonds between the United States and our language cousins within Great Britain. This bond extends well beyond language and custom similarities. Just as our American Radio…

Reducing the Weight and Costs

As soldiers carry more portable electronics, battery weight becomes an issue. On a 72-hour mission in Afghanistan, a US soldier will carry 70 batteries for such devices as night-vision optics,…

A Suggested Area of Interest

Jim Simon, K3JCS, MNARClub vice president and other members have shared an interest in investigating a renewal of a long-time interest area for Amateur Radio operators. Previously known as Radio…

New Name but Old History

The name has changed over the years.  For many, this Asian nation was known as Burma.  Its infrastructure has only mildly kept current with the rest of the world, but…

Thirty for a Favorite

A highly respected radio publication, Monitoring Times will end its 33 year life with its last issue for 2013. In announcing the December 2013 issue will Grove Publishing issue, publisher…

Taken for Granted

When the topic of Amateur Radio is combined with the concept of our hobby form of experimentation, education, and enjoyable “fun” communications is new, it is difficult for most US…

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