Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1944 November 14 2014

  • FCC reverses revokes the amateur license of a convicted sex offender
  • ARRL asks FCC to continue issuing paper amateur license documents
  • Permanent access to 60 meters moves a bit closer for hams in Argentina
  • 4M Lunar fly-by transponder goes QRT
  • More non-ham intruders hit the amateur radio bands
  • Radio helps capture first light that gives a look back in time
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One Response to “Amateur Radio Newsline Report 1944 November 14 2014”

  • Richard KWøU:

    As I mentioned in the QRZ comments, one good reason to continue getting a paper license is because some foreign governments may need it (or at least a good clean copy) before issuing a reciprocal permit. Now you can print your own on the FCC website, but it says across the face that it is a copy, so that may have only limited use.

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