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The National Radio Centre

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by M1MRB, Dec 1, 2018.

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  1. M1MRB

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  2. KJ7WT

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    Very interesting video! I'd like to be able to visit the Centre some day, perhaps it will be possible!
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  3. PP8DA

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    Very interesting video about the Bletchley Park radio center. During WWII it was the headquarter of foreign CW decoding and helped the Allied Forces to win the war.
    Nice report.
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  4. KL7AJ

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    Excellent excellent video!
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  5. WA6AM

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  6. K5LAW

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    Visited there in 2017. It was fascinating.
  7. KB5ZSM

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    Wish the center had been there in the late seventies when I was stationed at RAF Upper Hayford. I would have spent a lot of time there.
    73s to all
  8. KB7YS

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    Visited in September - Bletchley Park and the National Radio Centre are well worth the train ride if you will be in London. Great group of volunteers that staff the centre, very welcoming to other amateurs. Nice to squeeze a little more of the hobby in on a vacation! Thanks for the excellent video.
  9. G0WXU

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    A very interesting video. I must get on my bike (Joke) and pay a visit. I trained at 224 Signals Squadron at Garats Hay Loughborough where I went on leaving "Boys Service". So I know a bit about the past history of Bletchley. I will have to swot up on the Racal RA 17 Rx that I have not used for a good few years Hi.
  10. WN2A

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    Very well done! Like a true destination for a family or a group as it looks like a science museum, which both passive and active exhibits.

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