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A unique look into the history and evolution of amateur radio. Primarily self-funded by the generosity of over 165,000 amateur radio operators worldwide, staffed by an eclectic group of folks from all walks of life who LOVE radio . They will happily share their passion...More
ARRL Headquarters is a definite must-see for amateur radio operators. Upon arriving I was immediately greeted and asked if I would like to operate the W1AW station (I'm a licensed amateur radio operator). Time was somewhat limited because the W1AW code practice transmission was starting...More
ARRL is training, publication and advocacy group for radio amateurs around the world. It is said that in case of all-out nuclear war, only two form of life will survive - cockroaches and ham radio operators. The latter are noted for handling communications in national...More
You do not have to be a ham radio operator to appreciate the history of radio communication. For HAMS, this is a must see. Knowledgeable volunteer ham guides take you through the ARRL HQ, where you can peruse the exhibits and meet the staff of...More