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In Brief...

from The ARRL Letter on March 16, 2017
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In Brief...

Combined National, IARU Region 2 ARDF Championships Set for this Summer in Ohio: The combined USA National ARDF Championships and the IARU Region 2 ARDF Championships http://www.homingin.com/farsnews.html will take place from July 31 to August 6 near Cincinnati, Ohio. These will be the 17th USA Championships and the 9th for IARU Region 2. The OH-KY-IN Amateur Radio Club is organizing the event. Radio orienteers from near and far will participate in foxoring, sprint, 2-meter, and 80-meter competitions. Individuals of any age are invited to participate; no Amateur Radio license is required. Practice sessions will take place the first 3 days, followed by the competitive events. Winners of the 2017 events will be considered for inclusion on ARDF Team USA and may have the opportunity to travel to the ARDF World Championships in Korea in September 2018. -- Thanks to The ARRL Contest Update

You have DXing Questions? Dr. DX has Answers! The Southern California DX Club (SCDXC http://www.scdxc.org/) has announced that "Dr. DX DrDX@SCDXC.org is on call and ready to answer questions via e-mail from fledgling DXers. A team of experienced DXers will offer helpful replies to any and all DXing-related questions. The club has also distributed a brochure to southern California Amateur Radio clubs to entice hams who are not yet DXers into that area of the hobby. Ham clubs outside of Southern California may request %20DrDX@SCDXC.org a PDF. The SCDXC says its efforts to promote DXing in general are not limited to southern California, and Dr. DX will take questions from anywhere. Through the Dr. DX program, new DXers may ask about equipment, operating techniques, antennas, QSLing, and related topics, and SCDXC Dr. DX team members will respond to every question. -- Thanks to SCDXC

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