The January 2020 Digital Edition of “QST” is now available.

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Go to this link and start reading: January 2019 QST

Inside this Issue
:

  • Learn how to create metal boxes for your projects.
  • Understand the math behind decibels.
  • Test the effectiveness of mobile antennas.
  • Take a look back to March 1970.

   …and much more!

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

  • See our video overview of the Icom IC-9700 VHF/UHF transceiver.
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•    Book of the Month! 20% OFF! – A History of QST Volume 1
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ARRL members can read and download the digital edition on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Android tablets & phones, and Kindle Fire devices. Read QST online or choose to download individual issues for offline reading on the mobile applications. The QST apps are FREE!

What is a digital edition?
The digital edition of QST is an electronic form of the journal. All ARRL members have access to the digital edition of QST…a way to read and interact with the current issue of QST anytime, anywhere. Each issue includes unique, digital-edition-only content such as video, audio features and extra content. Members can also access the digital archive for access to previous issues.

How do I access the digital edition?
QST can be read online or downloaded onto some devices. Members must have a valid ARRL website login to access this benefit. You can always find a link to the current digital edition and archives at  www.arrl.org/qst. The web version is optimized to automatically recognize most mobile devices, tablets and e-book readers. Apple iOS device users (iPhone, iPad and iPod touch), Android device users, and Kindle Fire users can also access the digital edition from a dedicated QST app. The app is free in Apple’s App Store the Google Play Store, and the Amazon App Store, or search for “QST“. When prompted to sign into the digital edition, use your ARRL website registration username and password. Not registered? Go to www.arrl.org/myarrl.

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Hawaii Amateur/Ham Radio News:

The Big Island Amateur Radio Club will hold its annual potluck Christmas lunch and regular monthly meeting will be held on Saturday, 14 December 2019, 1400 HST, at the Keaau Community Center in Keaau, Hawaii Island.

The Original Big Island of Hawaii International Swap Meet/Ham Fest will be held on Saturday, 25 January 2020, at the Waimea Community Center, next to the ball field off the Mamalahoa Highway in Waimea.  For details, contact Steve Milner (WH6N) at wh6n@arrl.net.

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Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)

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Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section

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