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What is Radio Scouting? And what does it mean to me? By Jim Wilson K5ND

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A Long Overdue Review of Gray Line Propagation on the Low Bands by Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA

Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA, will trace the history of gray line propagation and theorize on a problem with the current explanation that propagation along the terminator is efficient. He will offer an alternative explanation.

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WRTC 2014 – European Team Reviews

Get a look at the 2014 WRTC competition from the top three European teams.

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WRTC 2014 North American Team Reviews

WRTC 2014 – North American Team Reviews. Get a look at the 2014 WRTC competition from the top three North American teams. Join us as the winning team of K1A (N6MJ & KL9A) along with W1Z (N5DX & N2IC- #4 finish) and N1M (K9VV & VE3EJ – #5 finish) share their strategy, station configuration, and stories from the competition.

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WRTC 2014 Preview by K5ZD

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Are We Headed Into Another Maunder Minimum?
What Does That Mean For Propagation? by K9LA

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Contest University and Dayton Contest Activities 2014
by Tim Duffy K3LR

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Contesting Tips for Little Pistols by Dan Zeitlin K2YWE


Contesting Tips for Little Pistols by Dan Zeitlin K2YWE

Date: Wednesday March 19, 2014

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Antenna System Planning by Bill Karle VE4KZ


Antenna System Planning by Bill Karle VE4KZ

Date: Saturday, March 8, 2014

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The Reverse Beacon Network – Spots and More
– Pete Smith N4ZR


The Reverse Beacon Network – Spots and More – Pete Smith N4ZR

Date: Saturday, February 1, 2014

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