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National Contest Journal (NCJ) Debuts New Website!

from The ARRL Letter on January 9, 2014
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National Contest Journal (NCJ) Debuts New Website!

National Contest Journal (NCJ, the ARRL publication devoted to Amateur Radio contesting, has a fresh, new presence on the web and a new URL --

"The new site was designed with simplicity and ease of use in mind," said NCJ Editor Kirk Pickering, K4RO. "The site contains selected feature articles as well as a group of tools for setting up teams and submitting logs for NCJ-sponsored contests. It also offers an archive of scores for all NCJ going back to 2001. The site still has room to accommodate new features in the future, so stay tuned." Visitors who use the old URL will be redirected to the new site.

Pickering said the new NCJ website was a collaborative effort, and he expressed his appreciation to Bruce Horn, WA7BNM, "for his tireless support of the NCJ website from its inception" as well as to George Fremin, K5TR, who has served as the systems administrator. Pickering also thanked his partner Susie Coleman, who helped design the look and feel.

"We hope that you will find the new site useful. Thanks to all who have helped to make this happen," said Pickering, who invited comments on the new site and design.

Published every other month, NCJ features general-interest and technical articles and columns by top contesters, operator profiles, editorial comments, and correspondence from readers, as well as scores for the North American QSO Party and North American Sprint, which NCJ sponsors.


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