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Old 13 October 2017, 13:04
squiretoad squiretoad is offline
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SF Radio School, 1984

Are there any old radiomen out there who worked in or went through the SF Radio School on Smoke Bomb Hill in late '84? I developed the computer-based (networked Commodore 64) CW instruction system (send and receive) they wanted to replace the old hard-wired key-and-headset system. But I lost contact with everyone after it was installed and the first class or two went through; have been curious ever since as to how it worked out,did it produce good radiomen, how long did they use it, etc.

If you could respond here, or contact me at squiretoad@hotmail.com, would be most appreciated.
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