AM/SW in the South Pacific during WW2

Discussion in 'Amplitude Modulation' started by W7TFO, Sep 5, 2019.

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  1. W7TFO

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  2. N2DTS

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    I wonder what radios the coast watchers used....
     
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  4. W7TFO

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    Brit/Aussi gear was so pretty. Too bad it usually didn't work that way for long.

    73DG
     
  5. N2DTS

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    Very interesting stuff about the coastwatchers, I plan on getting some books about their exploits.
    They were VERY useful to our guys fighting the Japanese.
     
  6. N2DTS

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    Oh, and I had one of those hand crank generators, really cool stuff, I could run my G76 in low power with one.
    For about a minute, those things were hard to crank with a load on them!
    It would be very cool to retrofit one of those to 14 volts and run an Elecraft off of it....
     

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