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    01/19/2011 | ARRL Seeks New Youth Editor

    The ARRL has a proud tradition of promoting youth involvement in Amateur Radio. One of the ways we involve young people in our hobby is through our Youth Editor. This person is responsible for writing a monthly column for the ARRL website about youth and
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    01/06/2011 | ARRL Audio News Once Again Available from iTunes

    The ARRL Audio News is once again available through iTunes, beginning today. You can find the URL for the Audio News’ RSS feed here. To download and subscribe to the Audio News at iTunes, log into your iTunes account and go to the “Advanced” pull-down men
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    09/17/2010 | Tim Duffy, K3LR, to Receive RCA’s Goldwater Award

    The Radio Club of America (RCA) has named Tim Duffy, K3LR, of West Middlesex, Pennsylvania, as the recipient of its Barry Goldwater Amateur Radio Award. The Goldwater Award is given to an RCA member who is also a licensed amateur in recognition of a long
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    08/09/2010 | Dayton Hamvention® Committee Announces 2011 Theme

    When the Dayton Hamvention® opens May 20, 2011 for its 60th consecutive year, its theme -- Global Friendship -- will reflect an important part of ham radio, said 2011 Hamvention General Chairman Michael Kalter, W8CI: “The theme emphasizes how
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    05/24/2010 | Two New Books Available from ARRL

    Just as many vendors release new products at the Dayton Hamvention, the ARRL will debut much-anticipated publications. This year was no exception. Two new books -- Remote Operating for Amateur Radio and the third edition of The ARRL RFI Bo Learn More

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    05/15/2010 | The 2010 ARRL EXPO at the Dayton Hamvention®: Loving Every Minute of It!

    It just wouldn’t be a “real” Hamvention if the weather didn’t cooperate, and on Friday -- the first day of the 2010 Dayton Hamvention -- the humidity was brutal. But be it too much rain, too much sun (or not enough!) or maybe even a snowstorm, thousands o
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