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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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QST, a monthly publication of the American Radio Relay League, is all about amateur radio and the activities of "ham" operators.
Mark Spencer, a retired Air Force pilot and coordinator of the Education and Technology Program for the American Radio Relay League, said he has been supporting the Moorpark proposal, which he hopes will become a model for other schools.
The American Radio Relay League is helping schools across the nation create their own ham, or Amateur Radio, stations.
Author's note: For more information on becoming an amateur radio operator or funding equipment needs, contact American Radio Relay League Educational Activities, 225 Main, Newington, CT 06111, or visit the Web site at http://www.
To order this book, contact: The American Radio Relay League, 225 Main St.
Each month, his columns and articles can be found in the national ham radio magazine, QST, published by the American Radio Relay League (ARRL).
He and more than two dozen members of the Central Massachusetts Amateur Radio Association spent all or a good part of the weekend atop Moose Hill, the soccer field behind David Prouty High School, participating in the annual American Radio Relay League Field Day.
The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications, 2007," American Radio Relay League.
The tracking exercise was part of a national competition sponsored by the American Radio Relay League in an effort to allow amateur radio enthusiasts to practice their skills and see how many contacts they can make.
To get started, contact the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) at (800) 326-3942.
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