Designed for the discerning, well-to-do residents of Orange County, California, this magazine covers local news, events, politics, personalities, sports and the arts. Special issues are dedicated to health and fitness, dining and entertainment, home and garden, and resorts.

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Customer Reviews

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    Good Magazine for beginners and old hams alike.

    I enjoy reading CQ for the articles aimed at the beginners as well as more detailed articles appealing to a more seasoned operator. It gives ideas for kits to build, antenna projects and operating procedures for the many different methods todays HAM can "work the world". I look forward to each months copy.

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    Excellent Magazine

    CQ magazine is an excellent and valuable source of information for Amatuer Radio operators, or those interested in the hobby. Each issue includes informative articles, product reviews and do-it-yourself project ideas.

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    OK, but only to a point

    I'll pick up a copy of CQ every once in a while when there's an article of interest, but find it generally too limited. QST is a better general coverage amateur radio magazine - the problem being that unless you belong to the ARRL (and get it with your membership), it can be hard to find. On the other hand, you can JOIN the ARRL for about the same cost as subscribing to CQ anyway ... and get a better magazine. My advice is to pass CQ by and pick up the ARRL membership with QST magazine ( instead. CQ will be available on the supermarket or bookstore rack if there's a current issue you want.

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