The Arkansas Section Bulletin is a monthly podcast with news & information from the Arkansas Section of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) and surrounding areas. The Bulletin conforms to all stipulations outlined under the United States FCC Part 97 regarding the legal means of amateur radio operators issuing "QST’s" or "Bulletins of Interest to All Amateurs."
Arkansas Section Bulletin stories include the voices of the newsmakers themselves so that you can more easily understand the effect that the story will have on all radio amateurs. If you have ever heard Amateur Radio Newsline, Daily Tech News Show, or Tech News Today then you will be familiar with the format utilized by Arkansas Section Bulletin, with the exception that the information we provide is strictly directed to radio amateurs.
Episode 7: May 2017
Some Razorback hams celebrated a major milestone, 160m is going to start looking like a small wavelength soon... (Video available on YouTube)
Episode 6: July 2010
Field Day was a hit throughout the state - Hams in central Arkansas are broadcasting over the Internet - Fort Smith hams are all aboard - these stories and more...
Episode 4: May 2010
Getting your Field Day event publicized can be pretty easy, Louisiana hams are fighting to keep their antennas in the air, and hams in north west Arkansas are right on... track, these stories and more.
Episode 3: April 2010
The Hot Springs Village Amateur Radio Club is running a special event, the ARRL is looking much different these days, and hams in north west Arkansas are getting on the air.. for the first time. These stories and more...
Episode 2: March 2010
Russellville Hamfest, Hamvention awards deadlines, COM-L, and more!
Episode 1: February 2010
The Delta Division presents awards... The CAUHF announces a new contest... Hams at the University of Arkansas conduct a severe weather spotter course... and more!
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