Special Event station W1Q will be on the air December 1-15 to celebrate QST’s 100th anniversary. The first QST was published in December 1915.
ARRL COO Harold Kramer, WJ1B, and volunteer operators will be on the air. This is not an official ARRL operation, and Kramer will handle all details, QSL cards, and LoTW entries.
He will post additional information on his QRZ.com page under WJ1B. — Thanks to Harold Kramer, WJ1B
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