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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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. That it is free is the icing on the cake. 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! The journal of the Robert F. The editors do an exceptional job at what is clearly a labor of love.

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