August 2017 QST Digital Edition is now available


Big Island ARRL News, 20 July 2017, 03:55 hrs, UTC, Post #264.

Source:  HQ ARRL mailing list.

Accessed on 20 July 2017, 03:55 hrs UTC.

Please scroll down to view the general announcement.

Comment:

The QST digital edition is available for download. Here’s the announcement from HQ ARRL:

ARRL Web site <memberlist@www.arrl.org>

12:49 PM (4 hours ago)

 to me
Reminder: Your August 2017 Digital Edition of QST is Now Available

Digital QST 0817 Issue
 See what’s trending in this issue…


Second Century
Read the “Second Century” editorial by ARRL CEO Tom Gallagher, NY2RF, and learn the real story about those “unassuming” batteries. – page 11

Member Spotlight
See how teenage amateur Ruth Willet, KM4LAO, stays busy on and off the air. – page 15

Aircraft Tracking, FlightAware, and How You Can Be of Service
Use your Amateur Radio skills to support aviation safety. – page 43

QRPme RockMite II QRP Transceiver Kit
Read QST’s review of the QRPme Rockmite II transceiver.- page 49

Go online and start reading this issue, now! After you’ve read this issue, remember to vote for your favorite article.

 

 



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