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    I knew the ARRL went back some years But today I found reference to it in a 1959 practical dictionary of electricity and electronics by R.L. Oldfield on page 3 (3rd entry from the bottom right of the page).
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    Interesting find! I'll probably join the ARRL forum and let them know of the find.
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    4/6/1914, definitely went back some years!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandon lind View Post
    4/6/1914, definitely went back some years!
    ARRL is a non-profit organization, and was co-founded on April 6, 1914, by Hiram Percy Maxim and Clarence D. Tuska of Hartford, Connecticut.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amer...o_Relay_League

    Definitely.


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    I had the pleasure of operating W1AW. FT-1000MP, 1000 watt amp Yaesu (don’t remember model) and a big beam. I started a pileup on 20M CW. I’ll never forget that.

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