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New QuickStats Poll Now Available on ARRL Website:

from The ARRL Letter on December 7, 2012
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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New QuickStats Poll Now Available on ARRL Website:

Four new poll questions have just been published on the QuickStats page http://www.arrl.org/quickstats on the ARRL website. Let your voice be heard!

Questions in this month's QuickStats poll:

- What is your outlook for Amateur Radio in 2013?
- How do you feel about a possible low frequency allocation http://www.arrl.org/news/fcc-seeks-to-assign-entire-amateur-portion-of-160-meter-band-to-primary-status-to-amateur-radio-serv for US amateurs?
- Have you added the new digital QST app http://www.arrl.org/news/em-qst-em-there-s-an-app-for-that to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch?
- Is your call sign on prominent display at your home station?

Visit the QuickStats page http://www.arrl.org/quickstats and be sure to bookmark it in your browser. Results from this QuickStats poll will be published in the March 2013 issue of QST on the QuickStats page, located in the rear advertising section of the magazine. Along with monthly poll results, QST QuickStats offers colorful charts and graphs that highlight interesting Amateur Radio statistics.

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The ARRL Letter

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