The May/June digital edition of ARRL’s On the Air magazine is now available. Read it and other ARRL digital publications by browsing to the ARRL Magazines page. In this issue:
- Tips for better repeater operating
- Understanding modulation
- Go-kit basics
- Building a portable antenna mount
- Shopping for a mobile radio
…and much more!
You can also read the issue on your Apple, Android, or Kindle device by using the ARRL Magazines app.
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