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New Book on Handheld Transceivers, 2012 Periodicals DVD now Available:

from The ARRL Letter on January 10, 2013
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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New Book on Handheld Transceivers, 2012 Periodicals DVD now Available:

Ring in the new year with new publications from the ARRL! Radios to Go! Getting the Most from Your Handheld Transceiver http://www.arrl.org/shop/Radios-to-Go by QST Editor Steve Ford, WB8IMY, and the 2012 Periodicals DVD http://www.arrl.org/shop/ARRL-Periodicals-DVD-2012 are now available and ready for shipping.

If you recently received a handheld transceiver -- or are contemplating purchasing one -- Radios to Go! Getting the Most from Your Handheld Transceiver is a must-have book for your Amateur Radio library. A handheld transceiver, or "HT," is often the first radio that a new ham purchases, paving the way to a lifetime of radio enjoyment. While it won't replace the radio's user's manual, Radios to Go! will open your eyes to many of the "hidden" features that can be found in a handheld transceiver. Veteran amateurs will also find a great deal of new knowledge, including how to communicate via EchoLink or IRLP, or how to use these radios as packet radio data transceivers.

The 2102 ARRL Periodicals DVD is now available and includes the complete, fully searchable collection of three ARRL journals -- QST, QEX, and the National Contest Journal (NCJ). In addition, this DVD includes source code for software projects and PC board patterns, Section News, as well as the ever-popular Contest Soapbox and Contest Results. Search the full text of every article by entering titles, call signs or names. See every word, photo, drawing and table in technical and general-interest features, columns and product reviews, plus all advertisements. Print what you see, or copy it into other applications. System requirements: Microsoft Windows and Macintosh systems, using Adobe Acrobat Reader software.

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