| New and Revised Articles |
Added CQWW Contest Committee update of January 18, 2010 announcing that the SO/SOA distinction will be maintained in CQWW.
Added K3NA's Transmit audio adjustment
Added N2IC's N1MM Logger Sprint Tips
Added K3NA and W2VJN's article on VP6DX receiving antennas
Added W1WEF's A simple approach to SO2R
Added K7NV's Guyed tower study
Added Wisdom from CQ-Contest
Added extensive data on U.S. aluminum tubing sizes and sources - seeking more local sources in various areas, as well as corresponding information on European and other sizes and sources
Added Two-radio event signatures by CT1BOH and VE5ZX
Added Wind load calculations by K7NV
Added Guy cable data by K7NV
Added a link to "Why Do People Cheat" by Drake Bennett.
Added K3NA's Setting receiver gain controls
Added AA5AU's Getting started on RTTY
Added LZ9W to Stations
Added N6LF article on a 3-element 160-meter vertical array
Added new sections to the Table of Contents for Digital and UHF/VHF contesting - waiting for content
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