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K9YA Telegraph - January 2004

  • Welcome Ham Radio Aficionados!  By Philip Cala-Lazar, K9PL
  • DX Hog Heaven  By Chuck Guenther, NIØC
  • K9YA Field Day — Three Views  By K9PL, N9BOR and N9WAT
  • How QSL?  By Herb Scarpelli, WK9O 

K9YA Telegraph - February 2004

  • Ham Radio Companions  By Philip Cala-Lazar, K9PL
  • Just Another Radio Buy From Chicago  By Kirt Shore, KC9CBY
  • Cross-Mode Contact Saves A Life  By J. Bruce Prior, N7RR
  • Advice to New Key Collectors  By Lynn Burlingame, N7CFO
  • Radio Rescue - Book Review  By Mike Dinelli, N9BOR
  • PBS Programming of Interest to Radio Amateurs

K9YA Telegraph - March 2018

  • Is There an SWL in Ham Radio's Future  By Philip Cala-Lazar, K9PL
  • Dr. Frankenstein, I Presume?  By Paul Hendershott, W9BBR
  • Restructuring II: ARRL Takes a Stand?  By Alan Wormser, N5LF
  • The Reason Why  By Hiram Percy Maxim, W1AW

K9YA Telegraph - May 2004

  • Make a Joyous Noise  By Philip Cala-Lazar
  • The Morse Mouse  By Stanley Shure, W9GXJ & Dick Sylvan, W9CBT
  • Old Man and the CW  By Don Berman, KB9WBM
  • Beep, Beep!  By Steve Wolfcale, N9WAT

K9YA Telegraph - June 2004

  • Shared Traditions  By Philip Cala-Lazar
  • Built Like a Tank—The WS #19 Mark II  By Dick Sylvan, W9CBT
  • Starting an Amateur Sholarship Fund  By Ronald Morgan, KB9NW
  • Wooden Callsigns by Craig  By Craig Celia

K9YA Telegraph - July 2004

  • Ham Radio to the Rescue  By Philip Cala-Lazar, K9PL
  • Our Man in Dayton  By Steve Wolfcale, N9WAT
  • Amateur Radio Military Appreciation Day  By Emery McLendon, KB9IBW
  • Your Shack  By Josh Logan, N7XM