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ARRL Current-June 2020

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Here’s your monthly overview of ARRL publications and member benefits.

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

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

Accessed on 10 June 2020, 2915 UTC, Post 1478.

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NOW ONLINE! Digital issues of July 2020 QST, May/June 2020 OTAQEX and NCJ
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July QST
May/June OTA
May/June QEX
May/June NCJ
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July 2020 QST
Online Club Meetings Ease Shelter-In-Place Isolation
by Lee Chambers, KI7SS, and Phil Cornell, W7PLC
Under a “stay home” order due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Washington state’s Olympia Amateur Radio Society (OARS) members were feeling the impacts of isolation, missing the camaraderie of meetings, programs, and much more. Forced to implement a solution, we evaluated the cost and benefits of internet video conferencing programs available, settling on Zoom video conferencing software. It fit our budget and participant needs, and it works on any platform.
May/June OTA
Go-Kit Basics
Preparing an efficient go-kit ensures you are ready when a deployment call comes
by Caroline Kenney
For emergency communications operators, being prepared for a deployment involves a wide range of considerations. In the event of an emergency, a disaster, a public service deployment, or a power outage, as an emergency communications operator, you are responsible for serving while staying safe, healthy, and clean, without access to everyday resources. Assembling a go-kit, also known as a go-bag or a ready kit, ensures that your necessary equipment, supplies, and personal belongings are ready when you need them.
May/June QEX
A Simple 122 GHz Transverter: An easier way onto the 2.4 mm-wave band
by Andrew J. Anderson, VK3CV/WQ1S
The 2.4 mm amateur band at 122.25 GHz to 123 GHz seems out of reach to many ham operators because the equipment can be very complex and requires a lot of experience to build. The very expensive components are hard to find and test equipment is rare.

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