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ARRL

(American Radio Relay League, Newington, CT, www.arrl.org) A membership organization founded in 1914 by Hiram Percy Maxim that provided a sounding board for amateur radio operators in the U.S. Growing from a handful of radio experimenters to more than 160,000 today, the ARRL promotes interest in amateur radio communications and experimentation. It represents U.S. radio amateurs in legislative matters and maintains a standard of conduct among radio operators.
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Contrary to earlier representations to the ARRL and to statements in the online BPL database, IBEC's systems in these locations are not universally notching the Amateur bands as is necessary in order to avoid emissions at levels that are likely to cause harmful interference to licensed Amateur Radio stations.
CONTACT: Allen Pitts, W1AGP, Media and Public Relations Manager, of ARRL, +1-860-594-0328, apitts@arrl.
Through the ARRL, hams provide emergency communications for the Department of Homeland Security, Citizens' Corps, Red Cross, Salvation Army, FEMA and thousands of state and local agencies, all for free.
Information on how to become involved in Amateur Radio is available from ARRL -- the national association for Amateur Radio, 225 Main Street, Newington, CT 06111 or by calling 1-800-32-NEW HAM.
At every installation that ARRL engineers have visited, broadband signals have been found to cause severe interference to short wave radio reception.
The Federal government recognizes the value that Amateur Radio has to offer during these times," Kutzko explained, noting that ARRL has Memorandums of Agreement with such organizations as FEMA and the American Red Cross.
If you have computer access, look up the ARRL web site, and take a look at what is offered there.
Those in this class can "even make international radio contacts via satellites, using relatively simple equipment," according to the ARRL Web site.
June 15, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Radio amateurs throughout North America will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, June 27 -- 28, sponsored by ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio.
Over the years, his interests were many: Jack played banjo, piano, and organ; was a FCC licensed Ham Radio operator (in programs such as the ARRL, CMARA, and MARS); rebuilt and renovated two single-prop airplanes.
Using everything from digital and satellite communications to Morse code, "Field Day" is the climax of the week long "Amateur Radio Week" sponsored by ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio.
This annual event, called "Field Day" is the climax of the week long "Amateur Radio Week" sponsored by the ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio.