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Subject: [TowerTalk] Fwd: Registration Information Regarding The ARRL AntennaModeling course
From: (Tom Frenaye)
Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 15:27:11 -0500

This is the second half of the message posted earlier.  The same info should be 
on the ARRL web site later today.  Thanks for tolerating the "ad".

>From: "Mullally, Linda" <>
>To: "''" <>
>Subject: Registration Information Regarding The ARRL Antenna Modeling course
To: <>
>Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 14:23:07 -0500 
>Here's what several of the beta testers had to say after completing the
>"I just finished my beta test work on the ARRL Antenna Modeling course. What
>a gold mine of information!  Thank you so much for taking on the Herculean
>task of authoring it. The course learning flow from simple to complex
>concepts, the scope of total material covered, and the presentation
>techniques with frequent illustrations all were right on.  I found myself
>looking forward to taking the next lesson just to see what new things I
>could learn." -- Dan Maguire, AC6LA
>"I enjoyed the testing and thank you for allowing me the opportunity." --
>Danny Richardson, K6MHE
>"Wow, I sure learned a lot about antenna modeling!" -- Chuck Hutchinson,
>Here's a sample lesson <> based on the
>actual Antenna Modeling. This is intended to provide only a taste of what
>the actual course has to offer. To get the best results from this course, be
>sure your computer screen resolution is set to 800 x 600 pixels or 1024 x
>768. The tables, equations and graphics may not display properly at other
>Registration <> for this course will open on
>Monday, February 11, 2002, at 4 PM Eastern Time. ARRL members receive a
>discount on their registration fee because part of their membership dues has
>assisted in offsetting a small portion of the costs of course development.
>Registration for non-ARRL Members is $110.00, and for ARRL Members, $80.00.
>This course will permit students a maximum of twelve weeks to complete.
>There are 31 lessons, and you should plan to spend 1-2 hours per lesson. The
>first class will officially begin on Tuesday, February 26, 2002, and end on
>Tuesday, May 21.
>Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available for this and for all ARRL
>Certification and Continuing Education courses.
>More information about the ARRL C-CE Program is located at the C-CE section
>of the ARRL Web Site <> and C-CE Links found there.
>If you have any questions about this or any ARRL Certification and
>Continuing Education Program course, please direct your e-mail queries to
>Linda Mullally, KB1HSV
>ARRL CCE Assistant
>Educational Activities Assistant
>(860) 594-0292
>FAX (860) 594-0259

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