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LF: Re: G9AED (was 137 khz acty)

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Subject: LF: Re: G9AED (was 137 khz acty)
From: "John Rabson" <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 22:09:40 +0100
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They previously used it from the Crystal Palace tx in London.

John G3PAI

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On 16/08/2004 at 18:39 Gary - G4WGT wrote:

Hi LF Group,

My memories of G9+++ call signs were the ones allocated to companies
operating in broadcast television ie. Belling & Lee had the call sign G9AED
when carring out live testing of the Band 3 television installation for
commercial television on Winter Hill (north west UK), I worked in domestic
TV & radio in those days. I also have a QSL card to prove it. HI HI.


Gary - G4WGT.
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 Oh gaaaawd!

 Do we really have to do this?

 I once had a G9+++  (and NO it wasn't G9BF of SWM fame)
But................SO WHAT !!!

 This is AMATEUR RADIO not the Olympic Games!

 (There might still be some out there who understand the circumstances
under which such calls were issued)
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