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Feeling a bit bored? Still mostly stuck at home, with mostly quiet HF bands (or rather, mostly noise)? Luckily for you, your monthly dose of ham radio therapy is here! Let’s do some exploring together, both in the pages of this issue and on your radio.

We can start with our cover, joining K3WHC and W2RMA as they explore Blue Mountain in central Pennsylvania, where they set up their portable stations (with proper social distancing) to work some microwave DX. Part of a group of about a

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