The premiere issue of ARRL’s On the Air magazine has left the printer and is on its way to member subscribers! The magazine should be in mailboxes within the next 10 days. On the Air is the newest ARRL member benefit to help new licensees and beginner-to-intermediate radio communicators navigate the world of amateur radio. Eligible US-based members can elect to receive On the Air or QST magazine in print when they join or when they renew their ARRL membership. All members will be able to access digital editions of On the Air magazine. The first digital issue of On the Air will be available beginning January 14, supported by a new version of ARRL’s digital magazine app. With one app, members will be able to access On the Air and QST.
Location: Post 641 Noble Township, Noble County Oh.
Public Contact Info: W8BVL, The American Legion Post 641 Amateur Radio Club will be Hosting a Special Event Station on or around frequincies 7.225 and/or 14.275, bands permitting from 1200 hours to 1600 hours eastern time.
Public Contact Info: Ken Carr, KE1RI: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Event: Saturday, October 5, 2019, New England Wireless & Steam Museum Yankee Steam-Up. The Massie Wireless Club will activate call sign N1EPJ to commemorate Steam-Up Day, an annual event for over 50 years. For QSL, please send a SASE to: Massie Wireless Club N1EPJ, P.O. Box 883, East Greenwich, RI 02818. Suggested CW frequencies in area of: 3.558, 7.058, and 14.058. Suggested SSB frequencies in area of 3.57, 7.125-7.300, 14.150-14.350. Operating between hours of 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM EST (13:00 – 20:00 UTC) Additional details at the museum website.