What’s trending in September 2019 QST
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What’s trending in September 2019 QST
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Enjoy FT8 From Almost Anywhere
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A Slightly Off-Center-Fed Dipole
Get on at least 5 HF bands with just one antenna. Page 32
Second Century: Friedrichshafen Recap
Find out what happened this year at Europe’s largest hamfest. Page 11
QST investigates five new and fascinating products. Page 49
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Hawaii Island Amateur/Ham Radio News:
“Grid Madness 2019”, the Hawaii Island-based VHF/UHF Simplex Contest, is set for Sunday, 15 September 2019, from 1300 to 1700 HST. You can download the revised contest package here: https://gridmadness.blogspot.com
Doug Wilson (KH7DQ) is offering one more free Technician License Class this year. The class begins on Thursday, 17 October 2019, at the Keaau Community Center in Keaau, Hawaii Island. For details: firstname.lastname@example.org
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