Rod Newkirk joined the K9YA Telegraph staff in September with the publication of his story, “A QSO with CRØOK.” That first, short article about a legendary. K9YA Telegraph product reviews by real people like you. Only at – is a Web site dedicated to ham radio (amateur radio). The K9YA Telegraph is not your typical ham radio club newsletter. Published monthly, in full-color, the K9YA Telegraph is delivered to your computer as a PDF .
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K9YA Telegraph Product Reviews
Each month you will receive a post from this list, which will direct you to a Web site to download the K9YA Telegraph. Within two minutes of requesting to subscribe I’ve been confirmed and. My Subscriptions Subscriptions Help. I recommend it to everyone I know. This cannot be undone. This pdf based periodical deserves your attention! Articles lacking reliable references from April All articles lacking reliable references All stub articles. Subject of the new topic: Heytow Memorial Radio Club.
This is, indeed, a good PDF-based publication that especially appeals to CW ops and telegfaph who enjoy a nostalgic look back at other eras of our great hobby.
K9YA Telegraph’s Books and Publications Spotlight
This hobby magazine or journal-related article is a stub. Still haven’t got access yet though. Amateur radio stubs disestablishments in the United States Amateur radio magazines American monthly magazines Magazines established in Free magazines Magazines published in Illinois Hobby magazines Hobby magazine stubs. Retrieved from ” https: Views Read Edit View history. Continue the good work guys.
That it is free is the icing on the cake. This page was last edited on 19 Aprilat Go to the website listed in previous posts in the search box at the top of the web page put in “March ” the search results will give you part of a posting announcing the issue, click to read more and click on the download button within that post and “Bob’s your Uncle” you’ll have it!
K9YA Telegraph – The good news about Amateur Radio celebrates its 16th anniversary
The writing is consistently good, the layout professional, the cartoons well executed, and the content almost always interesting.
It is perfect with a cup of coffee and a lazy boy recliner. Ok, got final approval, and here is how you get the latest issue with the QCX article.
April Learn how and when to remove this template message. I look forward to each issue of this fine newsletter and commend the folks that put it out. My soldering iron is now ready to heat and smoke The editors do an exceptional job at what is clearly a labor of love.
This is simply a superb periodical!
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Very worth it too subscribe and donate too help keep it going. The K9YA Telegraph is a wonderful read. If you are looking for controversy, high tech construction pieces, or pages filled with ads, look elsewhere. I find the articles very interesting and well written. Issues comprise original articles written by authors drawn from its subscriber base.