On this episode, a recap of Field Day 2016. We’ve got field reports, commentary and even a marriage proposal. Wait… What? Yep. Only on 100 Watts and a Wire can you set up your portable stations, have great fellowship, make lots of contacts and get engaged.
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A rising star in the Amateur Radio world —19-year old Ruth Willet, KM4LAO, of Lawrenceville, Georgia — has caught the eye of her school, Kettering Uni... Read more
ARRL has received from Lynn Burlingame, N7CFO, the donation of a Kilbourne & Clark Morse key that the late Howard Mason (1ID, 7BU, and K7QB) used... Read more
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