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ARRL The American Radio Relay League

The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) web site
url: http://www.arrl.org

A large document collection

Online since early internet days, the ARRL website is one of the most popular websites for Amateur Radio operators.

The extremely large content, makes the ARRL site one of the most complete reference for the community.

A part of the service is limited to ARRL members, and allow access to many technical documents and exclusive informations where you can for example get copies of QST product review column from 1980 to the present, search an index of all issues of QST and QEX.

Main site is divided in nine sections: operating activities, licensing information, News and Bulletins including popular dx newsletters, services education with all certification courses ARRL organize, public service information for emergency communications, support for members, and the ARRL online store where you can order world famous publications and training guides.

A complete US hamfests, clubs, addresses, fcc database and exams sessions internal search engine complete the lookup functionality of this website.

Usability is good, design is basic, but could be improved considering the large amount of documentation this website offer.

As a final curiosity, according to stats, ARRL daily bandwidth usage is almost 12 Gb !

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