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Status Quo

ARRL finally realizes status quo isn’t going to cut it By Dan Romanchik, KB6NU An item in the July 2017 ARRL board meeting caught my attention. It notes that a committee of staff members was tasked with identifying the challenges

International System of Units

International System of Units The work to define these standards began in France and England during the 18th and 19th centuries and provides a fascinating glimpse of the way our scientific knowledge has evolved and how scientists in Europe collaborated

Yep, I did it Again

Yep, I did it again! Don K6GHA W2W2017Huffing and puffing on a 2m hand-held over the 6 mile course, this year I was once again pedestrian mobile for the 45th running of the Santa Cruz to Capitola Wharf-to-Wharf (W2W) race.

International System of Units

International System of Units The work to define these standards began in France and England during the 18th and 19th centuries.  The history provides a fascinating glimpse of the way our scientific knowledge has evolved and how scientists in Europe

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