ARRL


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ARRLAmerican Radio Relay League
ARRLAmateur Radio Relay League (Newington, CT)
ARRLAdvanced Robotics Research Laboratory (UK)
ARRLAcquisition Reform Reinvention Laboratory
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Serologic data and risk factors of volunteers that showed positive reactivity in rickettsial IFA, New Zealand * IFA serologic titers ARRL kit Focus kit ([dagger]) ([dagger]) Volunteer no.
If you have computer access, look up the ARRL web site, and take a look at what is offered there.
The ARRL was awarded a $181,900 grant from the Office of Homeland Security's Corporation for National Community Service to train amateur radio operators in emergency preparedness.
Those in this class can "even make international radio contacts via satellites, using relatively simple equipment," according to the ARRL Web site.
ARRL also sells a number of home study courses for exam preparation, publications dealing with all facets of the ham radio world, and a magazine, QST, through membership or at bookstores.
The 2016 ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications: The Comprehensive RF Engineering Reference, 93rd Edition (CD-ROM included)
More ham radio information is available via the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) http://www.arrl.org
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.
"The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications, 2007," American Radio Relay League.
A companion volume, The ARRL UHF/Microwave Experimenter's Manual, covers the special design and construction techniques required for UHF, SHF, EHF and higher frequencies.