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March QST


Common-Mode Current and Common-Mode Chokes
Larry Lamano, WAØQZY
This article shows you how to effectively measure your system s common-mode current and construct a choke that will solve the problem. As a bonus, check out the digital edition of the March 2024 issue of QST to see a video of a friendly choke-building competition among ARRL staff members. Read QST [ ]

January/February On the Air


There s Line-of-Sight, and Not Quite
Steve Ford, WB8IMY
In a literal sense, line-of-sight propagation means that there needs to be an unobstructed path between your antenna and the antenna at the station you re trying to communicate with -- but there are ways that signals get through even if there s something in the way. Read There s Line-of-Sight, and Not Quite, by Steve Ford, WB8IMY, to learn how it happens. Read On the Air [ ]

January/February QEX

Learn innovative radio technology and breakthroughs from ham radio's greatest minds. Read QEX [ ]

January/February NCJ

Radiosport techniques and tips delivered directly to you from today's top contesters. Read NCJ [ ]

On the Air Podcast


The January/February 2024 issue of On the Air featured a story from Brian McSpadden Gardener, KE8JVX, about The First-Year Experiences of a General-Class Ham, in which Brian details how he got his feet wet as a General, and how he put together his first station for HF. Brian joins the February episode of the podcast to tell us a little more about his first year as a General, as well as what he s done since then. Listen Now [ ]

ARRL is New Publisher of Gordon West, WB6NOA


ARRL has become the new publisher of the Amateur Radio License Preparation books and related resources authored by Gordon West, WB6NOA. His popular books, classes, and audio courses have been a mainstay of amateur radio licensing for over 40 years. Generations of hams have learned from Gordo, and now the impact of his knowledge will continue with the reach and resources of ARRL. Learn More [ ]

New 2024 ARRL Repeater Directory


Repeaters are everywhere. The best way to find repeaters in your area or when you are traveling is with the new 2024 edition ARRL Repeater Directory®. Look up repeaters and see their input and output frequencies, plus find out whether they are analog FM repeaters, or one of the varieties of digital machines. Order Now [ ]

TIS is an ARRL Membership Benefit


The ARRL Technical Information Service (TIS) a program of the ARRL Laboratory is the member's resource for technical support. As an ARRL member, get expert answers to your operating and technical questions via email or phone for free. Learn More [ ]

On Air Events

School Club Roundup [ ] | February 12 - 16, 2024
International DX CW [ ] | February 17 - 18, 2024
International DX Phone [ ] | March 2 - 3, 2024

Upcoming Conventions

Greater Houston HamFest [ ] | March 1 - 2, 2024
ARRL West Gulf Division Convention, Rosenberg, Texas




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