Thursday, August 27, 2009

got this a week reporting t remind those that are interested and forgot or whatever

News from WorldRadio Online...

The September issue of WorldRadio Online has been uploaded to our
website. Here's what you'll find when you download it:


Barbados or Bust, by Frank Wroblewski, W2XYZ/8P9FW
Real Amateur Radio , by John C. McGrath, N9AMI


Editor's Log
Rules & Regs: Vanity Scramble
Trail-Friendly Radio: Flashback to the '60s - The Rare and Renowned
PRC-64 'Spy Radio'
DX World: DX IS ... Maybe
Propagation: Presenting Propagation Predictions
Emcomm and You: If It's Not One Thing, It's Another
FM, VHF & Repeaters: Commute Time - Where Have All the Users Gone?
Youth Forum: Dayton Youth Forum '09 Rocks
YLs: The YLs Are Out In Full Force
QCWA: The QCWA and Behavioral Science
Aerials: TAK-tenna


WorldRadio Online Newsfront
DX Predictions - September
New Products
Visit Your Local Radio Club
VE Exams
Hamfests & Special Events
Contest Calendar
WorldRadio Online Mart

On the Cover:
Frank, W2XYZ, trying to work VKs shortly after sunrise using CW.

To download and view the September issue of WorldRadio Online, go to
the CQ home page at and click on the
"WorldRadio Online" box. There are several options for
viewing/downloading the issue. See the instructions on the welcome
page. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader in order to read WorldRadio
Online. If you do not have it, scroll to the bottom of the welcome
page and you will find a link for a free download.

As a reminder, this e-mail is the only notification you will receive.
You must go to the website, as directed above, and download the
issue. For those of you with slower internet connections, we offer
the option of viewing/downloading the issue in 4 segments, as well as
viewing/downloading the entire issue at once. The four segments in
the September issue cover pages 1-13, 14-21, 22-35 and 36-48. The
table of contents is included with each segment. If you are
interested in this option, please follow the instructions on the welcome page.


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