Thursday, June 26, 2014

A couple of neat radio links

What with Amateur radio Field Day bing this coming Saturday, I guess maybe I'm paying a little more attention to my radio news feeds.  (Both are from eham.net.):
Radio was young enough in WWI that there was little use of a "wireless" in the trenches them selves, and a radio that could transmit target data to artillery would max out the weight limits on fighter aircraft of the day.

I'd like to be a "know code" ham (as opposed to "no-code") but I have a hard time finding the time to study for the Amateur Extra exam, let alone learn code, too!
Pretty cool.  Bletchley Park definitely is on the list of things to go and see and do if when Mrs Drang and I visit  The Old Country. ("Countries".)

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