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Issue #36: Ham Detective Solves 150 WPM CW Mystery!

Discussion in 'Trials and Errors - Ham Life with an Amateur' started by W7DGJ, Mar 8, 2024.

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  1. KE7IR

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    Very interesting article. Thanks, Dave.
     
  2. W7DGJ

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    Thanks Patti. I'm still thinking about the one you wrote! Dave, W7DGJ
     
  3. WA6Q

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    Thank you Dave, I had never researched anything like this and found your article to be very informative. Learning something new each day is excellent, especially when it's fun !
     
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  4. W7DGJ

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    Thanks Tim -- much appreciated, Dave
     
  5. AB7R

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    Wow...how interesting. I grew up in Sayville and never heard of this. Of course....a bit before my time. Born in 1961. Trying to think of where in Sayville this would have been located.
    73
    Greg
    AB7R
     
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  6. KL7KN

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    Historic West Sayville – Sayville Historical Society
    with photo of the station

    Telefunken - LIRTVHS.org
    more photos and a brief history

    Sayville (aes-media.org)
    another photo and short history

    The station is identified as being located on Cherry Avenue in West Sayville, just north of the Long Island Rail Road tracks. The station was demoed in 1938
    (Telefunken - Wikipedia)
     
  7. IK2IGQ

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    HI ! Dave, very, very interesting. 73 de IK2IGQ
     
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