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NCDXC Launchesd Initiative to Get Newcomers on HF Bands

Northern California DX Club Launching Initiative to Get Newcomers on HF Bands Northern California DX Club Launching Initiative to Get Newcomers on HF Bands The Northern California DX Club (NCDXC) has announced an initiative aimed at getting more new Technician…

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ARRL president doesn’t think we get it

ARRL president chides members August 8, 2017Dear ARRL Member: Based on feedback I’ve received, it seems to me that some members still don’t fully understand certain features of the Amateur Radio Parity Act (ARPA) and what it is meant to…

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ARRL Explores Entry-Level License Options

ARRL Board Explores Entry-Level License Options, Ways to Face Future Challenges Meeting July 21-22 in Farmington, Connecticut, the ARRL Board of Directors took steps to chart a firmer future for Amateur Radio by enhancing the value of the entry-level license…

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ARRL Still Seeking Vintage DXpedition Logs for Archive

DXpeditions from yesteryear ARRL continues to solicit paper logs of prominent DXpeditions that took place predominantly in the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, for inclusion in The DX Log Archive Endowed by JA1BK. The DX Log Archive program was created, thanks to…

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ARRL VHF contest this weekend

The world above 50 MHz. Get ready for the ARRL VHF contest this coming weekend. One of the premier VHF/UHF events on the contest calendar — the ARRL June VHF Contest — gets under way at 1800 UTC on Saturday,…

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ARRL wants to boost its membership even more

ARRL Entry-Level License Committee Digs in to Study Survey Results As its April 7 online survey deadline approaches, the ARRL Board of Directors’ Entry Level License Committee is preparing for a deep dive into what turned out to be an…

ARRL says NO to contest dueling CQs

ARRL says NO to contest dueling CQs

Same-Band “Dueling CQs” Now Prohibited in All ARRL Contests ARRL has clarified its contest rules to clearly prohibit the practice of interleaved CQs — also known as “dueling CQs” — on two or more frequencies in the same band. The…

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ClubLog is now LoTW Trusted Partner

Club Log is Now a Logbook of The World Trusted Partner Club Log has become the first logging service to achieve Trusted Partner™ status for Logbook of the World® (LoTW), ARRL and Club Log have announced. Radio amateurs holding LoTW…