Welcome to an Amateur/Ham Radio news update from Big Island ARRL News. Views expressed in this news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents. Content supplied by ARRL Pacific Section Manager Joseph Speroni (AH0A) and HQ ARRL, 225 Main Street, Newington, CT, 06111. Accessed on 26 May 2019, 2345 UTC, Post 984.
West Coast Station K9JM will transmit the official ARRL Code Proficiency
Run on 3590 and 7047.5 kHz. Code speeds will run from 10 to 35 WPM.
Published in QST this month was a note that Alan (AD6E) will transmit
the West Coast Qualifying Run from KH6TU from Maui, Hawaii, on Tuesday,
July 30 at 18:00 Hawaii local time on 14047.5 kHz, beaming to the west
coast. The speeds will run 10 to 40 WPM.
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