April 2017 QST Digital Edition is now available


Big Island ARRL News, 11 March 2017, 06:55 hrs, UTC, Post #142.

Source:

http://www.arrl.org/news/the-april-edition-of-digital-qst-is-now-available-1

Accessed on 11 March 2017, 06:55 hrs, UTC.

Author:  HQ ARRL.

Please click link to sign in for the digital edition of QST.

Comment:

The digital edition of QST is the electronic form of the printed QST journal from HQ ARRL.  All ARRL members are eligible to subscribe to the digital edition of QST.  The digital format is a way to read, comment, and interact with the current issue of QST anywhere or anytime on your digital device, including Kindle Fire, Android, and Apple devices.  You can even bring up the digital edition on your PC or Mac.

Here are some of the topics covered in the current digital edition of QST:

“● Build 30-meter WSPR transmitter.

● Try a simple omnidirectional antenna for 6 meters.

● Follow a DXpedition to Antipodes Island.

● Read the incredible story of a disabled amateur and his tower project.

…and much more!”


“Enjoy Content You Won’t Find in the Print Edition…

● See Pascal Villeneuve, VA2PV’s, video review of the Kenwood TH-D74A analog and D-Star VHF/UHF transceiver

● Watch the video from Mike Naruta, AA8K, as he performs a precision frequency measurement with a Software Defined Radio.”

For those of us in the ARRL Pacific Section, the digital edition of QST solves the long-standing delay we once experienced in getting the journal through the U.S. Postal Service.

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