National Online Learning Day

The ARRL Learning Network presents an upcoming webinar:  Working the Pileups.

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Want to learn something new?

The ARRL Learning Network delivers member-hosted webinars on various topics, including Emergency Communication, Finding & Fixing RFI, HF Noise Mitigation, and many more. These short and informative sessions will help you get active and on the air! Participate during a lunch or as a quick evening activity. A live question-and-answer period follows.

 

Upcoming Webinar: Working the Pileup

October 5, 2021 @ 1:00 PM EDT (1700 UTC)

If you have ever had difficulty breaking through a pileup, or if you have ever tried to work a pileup, you will want to join Ron Delpiere-Smith, KD9IPO, for an interesting and enlightening discussion on pileup strategies from both sides of the microphone.

Learn More & Register Now

The webinar series was introduced as a new membership benefit in 2020. Presentations are by members, for members, as part of ARRL’s Lifelong Learning initiative. Want to be a future ARRL Learning Network presenter? Member-volunteers can complete a Call for Speakers form.

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Don’t forget the 8th Annual Hawaiian Grid Madness VHF/UHF Simplex Event on Sunday, 19 September 2021, 1300-1700 HST.  For rules and further guidance, please go here:  https://gridmadness.blogspot.com/p/home.html.

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