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Welcome to the Big Island ARRL News update.

Top Story:  ARRL members can access “OTA” and “QST” through the ARRL Magazines App.

Views expressed in this Amateur/Ham Radio news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.

Content supplied by HQ ARRL, 225 Main Street, Newington, CT, 06111.

Accessed on 17 March 2020, 2055 UTC, Post 1353.

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ARRL members can access OTA and QST through the ARRL Magazines app
See what’s trending in the March/ April issue of On the Air
  • Learn how to choose the right feed line for your setup. Page 14
  • Be inspired by ARRL member Amy Herndon’s, AI6ZU, love of building. Page 8
  • See what happens on 2 meters — VHF’s most active band. Page 10
  • Find out where to hear a new jazz piece with a Morse code beat. Page 6

and more…

See what’s trending in the April 2020 Digital Edition of QST
  • Learn how amateur radio’s best days may be ahead. Page 11
  • Disconnect your balanced feed line in just seconds. Page 32
  • Use free software to choose the best operating mode. Page 34
  • Bring a beloved station accessory into the 21st century. Page 36

and more…

Go online and start reading these issues, now!

After you’ve read this issue, remember to vote for your favorite article.

Download the ARRL Magazines App! The perfect companion for members on the go! Includes current and back issues of On the Air magazine and QST, ARRL’s monthly membership journal. Stay up to date on the latest happenings and features right from your mobile device. The ARRL Magazines App is available free for download in Apple’s App Store and Google Play, or visit for more info.
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Not a member? Join today and get access to the current digital edition now.

Need help? Visit the digital edition help page for frequently asked questions.

Need more help? Contact Member Services by telephone 860-594-0200 or 888-277-5289 (US only) or email

Go Green! Go Digital-Only.
You can choose to opt out* of the mailed, print edition of QST at any time. Complete our online opt-out form. Due to the lead time required to prepare QST for mailing, you may receive one last printed issue.
*Disclaimer: Choosing to opt out of the print edition of QST is voluntary and will not result in a refund or reduction of ARRL membership dues. Any savings will be used to extend the ARRL’s reach in the areas of public service, education, advocacy, technology, and membership.

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Aloha es 73 de Russell Roberts (KH6JRM)

Public Information Coordinator

Hawaii County, ARRL Pacific Section

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