Big Island ARRL News, 08 February 2017, 15:25 hrs, Post #115.
Editor: Brian Moran (N9ADG).
Accessed on 08 February 2017, 15:25 hrs, UTC.
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Here are the main topics covered in the 08 February 2017 edition of the “ARRL Contest Update”:
- “New HF Operators: Good HF Antennas are Essential
- Contest Summary
- News: ARRL School Club Roundup, Updates to Loggers, Flex Radio Client for OS X, Morse Code Learning by Touch, and more
- Word to the Wise: Constellation
- Sights and Sounds: Teleprinting, Waller Flags, RFI Spectrum Display
- Results: IARU, Sweepstakes
- Operating Tip: Use the Right Filtering for the Job
- Technical Topics and Information: RFI, Signal ID, Electronics Design Resources
- Quote of the Week: Hotel Best Practice
- Conversation: Passion and Perseverance
- Log Due Dates“
- This edition is filled with a variety of fascinating topics, including Results and Records, operating tips for the contester, technical topics & information, and an exhaustive list of both HF and VHF/UHF contests. Of particular interest are the upcoming ARRL School Club Roundup on 13 February 2017 and the ARRL International DX Contest (CW) from 18-20 February 2017. If you want to subscribe to the ARRL Contest Update, please contact ARRL.
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- Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM), Public Information Coordinator, Hawaii Island, ARRL Pacific Section.
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