The RSGB at its finest, back in the day, 1947..no audio on video.

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by M0DPX, May 18, 2019.

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  1. SM0AOM

    SM0AOM Ham Member QRZ Page

    This was exactly what it was about.

    Still in 1947 most of the European amateurs belonged to the educated classes of society, were gentlemen that knew Morse. and it had generally been quite hard to obtain a licence.

    Post-war this had been somewhat diluted, when military servicemen got their licences without examination just on their service merits. This caused some discontent among pre-war amateurs.

    But, the heresy of "no-code" licences was still some decades distant in the future.

    73/
    Karl-Arne
    SM0AOM
     
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  2. K4AGO

    K4AGO Ham Member QRZ Page

    Outstanding... Thank you very much for posting this. 1947 was the year I was born. One question... Is RSGB

    Radio Society of Great Britain?

    Thank you
    John
    K4AGO
     
  3. M0DPX

    M0DPX Ham Member QRZ Page

    Yes john Radio society of great britain :) i was born in the same year as well 1947.
     
  4. KL7AJ

    KL7AJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    G5
    G5RV in the flesh!
     
  5. SM0AOM

    SM0AOM Ham Member QRZ Page

    A lot of "equipment nostalgia" for us European old-timers;

    Wireless set 12 transmitter, Marconi CR100:s, Pre-war HRO:s, RCA AR-88, the ubiquitous R-1155 and others.

    Many of these became "staples" well into the 60s.

    73/
    Karl-Arne
    SM0AOM
     

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