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« Reply #25 on: September 14, 2008, 06:07:18 PM »

I looked at the page on the ARRL members-only website.  I thought it was a little confusing.  I didn't tarry on the website page for long, but I noticed that they mention something about articles from QEX and NCJ as well.  Have they also posted complete searchable archives of QEX as well as QST?  From what I was able to find, no.

I tried searching the QEX index, but each item stated:  "This item is not available for download by members".

This gives me the same gripe as I have about putting all the technical stuff in QEX to begin with.  Why is all the QST drivel of the past decade or so, but not the good technical stuff, available to paying  members for download? 

Don, K4KYV                                       AMI#5
Licensed since 1959 and not happy to be back on AM...    Never got off AM in the first place.

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