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... , Pacific flying was not without quired huge flying boats. danger. Two years after the Clipper's first The reasoning had nothing to do with the flight, aviatrix Amelia Earhart and veteran ability to ditch at sea in case of emergency. It navigator, Fred Noonan (a member of the was just that long distance planes ... slow, first China Clipper crew) were lost on a Pa- lumbering and needed tons of fuel. Bur- cific crossing and were never heard of again. dened by their own gasoline, they took an For two-way communication, the Clip- incredibly long time to get airborne. Run- pers relied on shortwave ...
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... Lindbergh's transatlantic flight and recorded his departure and arrival times. It was in contact with the Hindenburg, with Richard E. Byrd at the South Pole, with Amelia Earhart, Wiley Post, and Howard Hughes during their globe -circling flights. In the 1960's, WCC was in communica- tion with the passenger liner Santa ... The 436 kHz transmission tower (back- when it was taken over by insurgents, and it A technician tunes up the transmitters. ground) sports its own warning to trespassers. was also in contact with the cruise ship Raf- fael when fire broke out in the engine room (on its maiden voyage) . ...
26 Feb 2019  -  128k
... BY RICHARD "RD- BAKER <CommConf@L concentric.net> Communications onfidentia YOUR GUIDE TO SHORTWAVE -UTILITY" STATIONS Amelia Earhart to Linda Finch First, I'd ask readers with e-mail 0703 UTC Weather (old time was 0603) access to note my new e-mail 1403 UTC Weather/Notices to Fisher- address above. ... old 'snail men (old time was 1203) mail' works too, you can send direct to 1903 UTC Weather. (old time was 1803) P.O. Box 4222, Youngstown, Ohio 44515- 4222 or in care of Pop'Comm. The last Traffic list and notices to shipping way is via Pop'Conon's FAX number ...
26 Feb 2019  -  75k
... , then set up antennas communications with Charles and receivers on the site for an evening of transat- lantic AM broadcast DXing. If he were watching Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, and from above, radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi the last known communication must have been delighted; after all he was the one with the Hindenburg before ... who sent the first ever transatlantic radio com- fiery demise." munication in the United States from a nearby Cape Cod site, and then established radio station WCC in Chatham. It became known as the world's taking place between England and Signal Hill, greatest maritime wireless communications facil- Newfoundland. Then, in 1903 ...
26 Feb 2019  -  123k
... - "We're working with school systems to mitted from the ship's Marconi Room nautics including communications with help educate the teachers bringing the alerted rescuers. Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, and kids here, to develop an interest in what In 1914 WCC Chatham replaced the last known communication with the happened here. We try to ... the Wellfleet as part of the network of Marconi Hindenburg before its fiery demise. whole concept of communication." land -based wireless radio stations that With the breakup of RCA in 1998, In addition to the many artifacts on dis- would link North America, Europe, Japan, WCC became part of MCI. By ...
26 Feb 2019  -  157k
... , then set up antennas communications with Charles and receivers on the site for an evening of transat- lantic AM broadcast DXing. If he were watching Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, and from above, radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi the last known communication must have been delighted; after all he was the one with the Hindenburg before ... who sent the first ever transatlantic radio com- fiery demise." munication in the United States from a nearby Cape Cod site, and then established radio station WCC in Chatham. It became known as the world's taking place between England and Signal Hill, greatest maritime wireless communications facil- Newfoundland. Then, in 1903 ...
26 Feb 2019  -  76k
... - "We're working with school systems to mitted from the ship's Marconi Room nautics including communications with help educate the teachers bringing the alerted rescuers. Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, and kids here, to develop an interest in what In 1914 WCC Chatham replaced the last known communication with the happened here. We try to ... the Wellfleet as part of the network of Marconi Hindenburg before its fiery demise. whole concept of communication." land -based wireless radio stations that With the breakup of RCA in 1998, In addition to the many artifacts on dis- would link North America, Europe, Japan, WCC became part of MCI. By ...
26 Feb 2019  -  93k
... elements - the flights of its parent airline. style terminal and administration feeding sloper antennas - multi -band sloper - LaGuardia has suffered considerable building in 1935, with Amelia Earhart W3DZZ and double Zepp as a sloper antenna - multi -element sloper antennas for multi - growing pains over the years. While it performing the dedication. ... and band operation - special types of halfwave was a state-of-the-art facility when built, other buildings soon followed, all of sloper antennas and much more! it rapidly became too small for the vol- which served for many years. The admin- CQ Communications, Inc. ume of traffic. Various methods have istration building ...
26 Feb 2019  -  127k
... communicate with the Hindenburg before its fiery interested in HF utility monitoring; mainly CW. Have down- crash. It was also used to keep in touch with Amelia Earhart loaded a list of utilities in the past but unfortunately deleted that before she disappeared in the Pacific. and have been unable to find it again. ... you know the URL of Mindful of this history, Walter J. Kane III sat down in front such a list, I would appreciate the information. Am interested of his key at WCC for the last time on July 12, 1999. Rory Davis primarily in shore stations worldwide. at WNU, Paul Zell at ...
26 Feb 2019  -  46k
... This one advertised itself as a once a year (radiostationxxp@gmail.com) under investigation for either failing to license annual pirate. Its purpose is a memorial to Amelia Sycko Radio- Sycko's rock music and pirate radio themselves properly or for other regulatory flaws. Earhart. (None known) advocacy have been on the pirate ... for years. Numerous individuals and groups denounced KUSA- Formerly reported mainly by west coast DXers, (syckoradio@yahoo.com) the Chavez "busts" as transparent political censor- Less Whitehouse's rock music station is now more The Crystal Ship- Rock music and leftist political com- widely heard. Try their http:/ ...
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