PA3CLQ's Leuke Linken Nr. 400/1
From my PLL Nr. 001 31-01-08 a nice nostalgic HAM film
From my PLLs after Nr. 001
those who may be interested... here are links to some pics of a "brand
Gratis Morsecode ringtone generator
Something about lightning
Anyone remember "Eliza" program?
was a humorous computer psychoanalyst that asked questions and parsed your
responses to form new questions.
is a good wikipedia entry on Eliza.....
Diverse Holy Calls in the USA
is also cool Pronounced "One God". I'd love to have it but it is
N0GOD taken also
(...ain't got no cigarettes?)
about Larsen E. Rapp's old call WIOU?
Perfect one for a monk would be :
Don't need to be a monk for that one... just married for too many decades.
AB9PP . at my age (60) I don't need any reminders of my urinary problems ..
don't see anything wrong with that call...
I have had mine since I upgraded 20 years agooooooo
AB0M -- of course we all called him "A-Bomb"...
Heard S55S and EE5E many dits
be worse - how about M0OOO? (sixteen dahs)
Or HS5HHH (24 dits?)
: So which are vanity calls?
Answer : N0CLU
Guess there could be a bunch of them
back to a recent thread please spare a thought for this poor guy in the
Republic of Kazakhstan:- UP3KHZ.
Apparently he has never heard a single reply to any of his CW CQs !!!
73 Fred G3VVP
learned my Morse Code from these records years ago as a kid.
They really did the trick!
Here is the link:
73, Drew AF2Z
"Remember the Titanic was built by professionals and the Ark by amateurs!"
Nice keys at:.
Vibroplex advertising from the old days
http://www.radiotelegraphy.net/vibroplexads.htm Don't work see
wireless telegraph is not difficult to understand.
The ordinary telegraph is like a very long cat.
You pull the tail in New York, and it meows in Los Angeles.
The wireless is the same, only without the cat.
Jack - K4CNW
St. Louis Vertical (Fhased) antenna
The most complicated part was the phasing switch.
An engineering report on phasing of vertical antennas is included in the instruction manual for any Hy-Gain vertical antenna.
manuals can be downloaded from their website
http://www.hy-gain.com/man/pdf/AV-18VS.pdf don't work look at:
Download MFJ Ham Radio Catalog 2015 at:
Info via Google : St. Louis vertical & or AV-18VS
Take a look at :
They have some little keys.
73 de Jim Lasley, NØJL
Technische details van de Enigma (Nederlands talig)
Whiterook Pocket Mini Telegraph Keys!
A good statement for a thesis to graduate to a higher echelon ??
"So us operators will have to listen to the station we are working !!"
G6MC - Brimham Contest Group
Rem : OH MY GOD! What a concept!!
David Robbins K1TTT
Widom part deux
In our day and age it seems that Common Sense is in short supply.
If you don't have any Common Sense - get some Common Sense and use it.
If you can't find any Common Sense, ask for help from somebody who has some Common Sense.
Common Sense divine?
posted a video of my first telegraph key at...
Would be interested to know if anyone here ever used one of these things.
73, Drew AF2Z
Night of the Night IX video.
De allerlaatste CW uitzending van RCA Radiomarine Station KPH
De laatste CW uitzending van RCA Radiomarine Station KPH
If you just want to see the YL operating her bug it starts about 17 minutes into the video and runs for about 11
Maybe others can watch the video and make comments.......
I don't know if anyone is into this or not, but every year July 12, KPH and other maritime shore stations get on the air.
There is a video on YouTube of this years event.
I won't give away any secrets so you'll have to watch it catch it.
There is a segment where a YL is sending code on a bug which may interest some.
73, Rich K8MEG
Just keep in mind guys that Denice is a PROFESSIONAL radiotelegraph operator,
for many years she was one of the operators at KPH, one of
the major maritime shore stations, until it closed when Morse Code was terminated in the Merchant Marine service
Bear in mind, she's now using her bug only ocassionally, and not for 8 hours a day every day like she did when it was her work.
73, Meir WF2U
Interesting Sunspot article
came from another list but thought some of the group might find it interesting.
73, Harry, W9HGO
operate QRP all the time anywhere my license allows me to operate.
CW LIVES AND SO DOES AMATEUR RADIO!!!
73 Michael -.- -.-. ..--- . --. .-.. KC2EGL
Rem : Gosh, that was very well said and extremely thoughtful.
KUDOS 73, Harry W9HGO
Rem : And I do the same
72 de Scott/n7net
73, your Editor PA3CLQ
My simple website about Gigantic DF-Antennas
Part 1 "DF-Antenna Wullenweber Array"
Part 2 "DF-Antenna USSR Variants"
Part 3 "DF-Antenna USA Variants"
Next Part 4 "USSR OTHRA DUGA 1,2 & 3" at: