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s our 75th anniversary approaches next year, we’ve been doing quite a bit of looking back over the past three-quarters of a century magazine. One of the most consistent things we’ve noticed is the extent to which — from the very first issue — has been at the forefront of technical and operating developments in amateur radio. Over the coming months, we’re going to share with you some of the articles that have jumped out at us, from our perspective far in the future, as being particularly noteworthy.

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