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New E-Pub to Take Up Where Monitoring Times Leaves Off:

from The ARRL Letter on October 31, 2013
Website: http://www.arrl.org/
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New E-Pub to Take Up Where Monitoring Times Leaves Off:

When Monitoring Times http://www.monitoringtimes.com/ publishes its final issue in December, a new electronic publication, The Spectrum Monitor http://www.thespectrummonitor.com, will follow in its footsteps. Monitoring Times announced earlier this year that it was ceasing publication after a 33 year run and the retirement of its publisher, Bob Grove, W8JHD.

Monitoring Times Managing Editor Ken Reitz, KS4ZR, will helm The Spectrum Monitor, which will debut in January and, as he explained in announcing the new publication, "will carry virtually all of the current Monitoring Times columnists and feature writers." Reitz said The Spectrum Monitor will be available only in Adobe PDF format, which may be read on any desktop, laptop, iPad™, Kindle Fire™ or any other device capable of opening a PDF file.

The Spectrum Monitor promises to cover radio listening and monitoring, from Amateur Radio and Amateur Radio satellites to scanning; aeronautical, utility, and government monitoring; Amateur Radio astronomy; long-wave monitoring; short wave broadcasting; antennas, and radio restoration.

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