Image from page 74 of “QST” (1915)
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Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: American Radio Relay League
Subjects: Radio Radio
Publisher: [Newington, Conn., etc., American Radio Relay League]
Contributing Library: Internet Archive
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X 7410- WIFZ 7I4(H W4KMS 6890- W5IWJ 6580- WSZXf 6240- WIAQE 6200- WgrXL 5760- W4W()C; 5405- W2DLO 5400- WITRX 5355- W8BOK 5060- 110-3390-3282-3393-3170 3675-3188-2775-2966-3170-3173-2673-2578-2172-2160-26.58-2657-2663-2153-2644-2852-2462-2043-2447-2349-2051-2140-23 W4YHD. opr. 2 W3GRF. opr. ^ W5JX.M. opr. * W9VFY . opr.5 W2AIP, opr. « W3ULI, opr. BRIEF MjTon Bowden, WIYIL, Secretary, Port City AmateurEadio Club, sponsors of the Worked All Xew Englandaward, advises that the first fifty WANE certificates havebeen Lssued to the following amateurs: WIFTJ, WIBFT,WlCDX, W2.JIL, W6ZZ, WlTY, WlLQ, WlYUFWITCR, WIVUH. W8AQ, W2XIY, W.30P, WIGK.],WIMEG, W2QHH, W2KTU, WlWTG, W1B,JP, WIUET,WIMRQ, W2.JCO, WIEFX, W2RSY, W2WZ, WlFZ,W2TYC, W4HYW, WlRXA, WlGMH, WITYU, WIBBX,WITOP, WIRES, WIRFC, Wl.IWJ, WlFPS, WIXHJ,W8AL, WIHWE, WIVZE WlAXX, WIWJA. WIYCU,;iUZR, K2BH/W1QGU, WIVMC, WlLIG, WIYYO,W1H.. Rules for obtaining tlie WAXE award appeared onpage 63, September 19.53 and page 69, August 1954 QSTs.
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Any c.w. CD Party enthusiast who hasnt workedthis fellow lately better turn in his receiver and head-phones! Posting the nations best score in both Juiv andOctober, GO Bill Johnson, Vt6MLR, has really beenritiging the bell. Jfis tape fist and snappy operatingbring credit to the CD gang, as does that crisp-keyingl)ig sig stemming from the home-brew 450THs at theright. Time was when 80 meters was thought a mustas far as amassitig huge tallies was concerned, but^^6^Il H does FH on just 40 and 20: in October hestacked up 4.il Q.>>Os in 67 sections for a smashing271,9.1,3 points. Shown fingering the bug and bendingover the operating table, Bill portrays the traditionalstance of the inveterate I)er. Indeed, D is his maininterest. And if he can again be enticed from pursuit of-Africans and Asiatics, youll see him in the January CD! CODE-PRACTICE STATIONS The following scliedules bring up to date the list of sta-tions (p. 75, Xovember QST) currently transmitting codepractice in the AR
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