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I think my technician license required 7 words /min.
Licensing now is very different, requiring, for example, much
bc. remembers the weird speech from a BFO at not quite the correct freq.
receiving SSB suppressed carrier. Continuing to nostaligise.
p.s. A developer of proximity fuzes, during the War, said he always
sought out grunts who were radio hams for his unit. (PBS programme)
On 2020/Mar/22, at 14:37, brian whatcott <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:receiver kit to build for ham radio field days.
It amuses me that I recently bought a low power HF CW transmitter/
Long ago, it was necessary to test for 5 wpm morse if one flew, inorder to identify Navaids - and this was about my limit!
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