Cool ARRL images

A few nice ARRL images I found:

2014 HARC Field day (35 of 139)

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Antena 144 Mhz

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www.arrl.org/files/file/Technology/tis/info/pdf/9107033.pdf

Image from page 787 of “QST” (1915)

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Identifier: qstamer00amer
Title: QST
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: American Radio Relay League
Subjects: Radio Radio
Publisher: [Newington, Conn., etc., American Radio Relay League]
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143 quality control component design coo.dinati?5VvO^ production engioeer.ogDEVELOPMENT ^°^^°9ing Regardless of which is your ultimate objective, thebroad practical experience you get in FIELD ENGI-NEERING will supplement your theoretical training,prepare you to meet the challenge of the future andput you years ahead! RAYTHEON FIELD ENGINEERING is diversified. Radar, Sonar, Guided Missiles, Com-puters, Microwave and other specialized equipmentsoffer an outstanding opportunity to qualified men toearn excellent salaries while working among authoritiesin these fields. Your performance regulates your prog-ress. Liberal insurance and retirement plans. Generoustravel allowances and other benefits. Grow with agrowing organization. Write now: RAYTHEON MFG. CO. Government Service Department 100 River Street Waltham 54, Massachusetts

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A-27 LOW-LOSS LACQUER & CEMENT • Q-Max provides a clear, practically loss-free covering, penetrates deeply to seal outmoisture, imparts rigidity and promoteselectrical stability. Does not appreciablyalter the Q of R-F coils. • Q-Max is easy to apply, dries quickly,adheres to practically all materials, has awide temperature range and acts as a mildflux on tinned surfaces. In 1, 5 and 55 gallon containers. MARLBORO, NEW JERSEY — *(MONMOUTH COUNTY)Telephone: FReehold 8-1880 remind him to look on page 76 of the April 1955 QST andhell see listed in the DXCC Honor Roll the call of VQ4ERRwith 226 countries. How did he get it? By receiving QSLcards so he could send them to ARRL for verification,thats how! . . . — Arthur W. Plummer, WSEQK PHENOMENON Jefferson CityMissouriEditor, QST: . . . On an average of one night every three or fourmonths during the period of the new moon at about mid-night there is an echo on signals in the 2800-kc. region.A number of us on the Missouri State H

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