The ARRL Operating Manual for Radio Amateurs
If you're an active ham radio operator, you probably have a story about your first radio contact. Many hams remember that experience even more than their first license examination.
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VHFUHF FM Repeaters Digital Voice and Data
VHFUHF Beyond Repeaters
Trafﬁc Handling Getting the Message Through
DXing Contacting Those Faraway Places
Contesting Competitive Wireless
HF Digital Communications
Legally Safely Appropriately The FCC Rules and
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