American Radio Relay League | Ham Radio Association and Resources

The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting hams around the U.S. with news, information and resources.
  1. “Radio DARC” Program Debuts on Ham-Operated German Shortwave Outlet
  2. Amateur Radio Television Pioneer Don Miller, W9NTP, SK

    Amateur Radio television Pioneer and past ARRL Central Division Director Don C. Miller, W9NTP, of Waldron, Indiana, died March 22. He was 91. An ARRL Life Member, he was licensed in 1943. In the 1960s Miller was instrumental in developing slow-scan TV (SSTV) for ham radio, working with Cop MacDonald, VY2CM, and others. Miller wrote several articles on SSTV for QST. In 1972, Dayton Hamvention® h...

  3. ARRL President, Directors and Officers Educate and Advocate on Capitol Hill
  4. Two Centenarian Radio Amateurs are Honored by Their States

    Two distinguished centenarian radio amateurs recently were honored by their respective states. In Alaska, 102-year-old ARRL member Arlene “Buddy” Clay, KL7OT, was inducted into the Alaska Women’s Hall of Fame for her work in rural justice administration among the Yup’ik people. Responding to a 1944 QST advertisement, Buddy Clay and her late husband Earl, KL7EM, went to work as air traffic contr...

  5. ARRL Centennial Points Challenge, W1AW WAS Awards Application Window Open

    The window to apply for ARRL Centennial Points Challenge and W1AW Worked All States awards is now open! The ARRL Centennial operating events were hugely successful, with participation way beyond anyone’s expectations.

    “This was the biggest on-the-air operation in the history of Amateur Radio,” ARRL Chief Operating Officer Harold Kramer, WJ1B, said. More than 5.5 million Centennial event contacts...

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