Low power wireless sets
An account of Army wireless equipment of WWII; receivers R107 and R209;
wireless sets WS19, WS31, WS46, WS52, WS62, WS88. Circuit diagrams are included. (Still
being written - more available for the WS19 than the rest.)
short account with some links to amateur radio sites.
Samuel Finley Breeze Morse
The professional artist who made his mark on communications.
Morse is better known for the code than for the electric telegraph which
was his main
These were the original vehicle for wireless telegraphy. Don't try one
- they're illegal.
CQ de G3PPR
Personal comments on amateur radio.
The electronics revolution is as a result of the transistor - but I love
QSL card is a bane of some, a pleasure for others - the cards that confirm a contact.
Title images of WWII wireless equipment:
Wireless Set No 62
A pair of 807's