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The Radio Boys: On Secret Service Duty

 
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The Radio Boys: On Secret Service Duty, Gerald Breckenridge
 
In 1922 radio was cool enough to feature in a series of adventure stories.
 
"Mr. Hampton, a scientific man, enthusiastic over the development of radio telephony long before the radio craze swept the country... was licensed by the government to build a transmission station and use an 1,800-meter wave length for trans-oceanic experiment(s)..."

New from the ARRL: Amateur Radio Contesting for Beginners

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New book Amateur Radio Contesting for Beginners by contesting veteran Doug Grant, K1DG, offers practical information and ideas that will help you to get started in contesting or to build your skills, if you’re already active. “Doug Grant has written the ideal guide for anyone interested in contesting,” said QST Editor Steve Ford, WB8IMY. It explains what equipment you need, typical contest formats, operating techniques, how to submit an entry, and improve your scores. No matter how modest your station or experience, you can compete, too!

Amateur Radio Contesting for Beginners is available at http://www.arrl.org/shop/Amateur-Radio-Contesting-for-Beginners/ and as an e-book for the Amazon Kindle.