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Australian Radio Calls 1926

Sam Dellit writes:

G'day Guys

I scanned this little publication at the National Library on Saturday & thought you may like to see also.

Two items of particular interest to Kiwis is the mention of:

(1) the temporary broadcasting station VLDN at Dunedin for the British & South Seas Exhibition licensed to NZ Radio Broadcasting Co

(2) a full list of all experimental licences in NZ for both transmitting & receiving. I'm not familiar with the NZ licensing regime at the time, but suspect many of the experimental receiving stations would have been your MW & SW DXers of the day.

Enjoy

Sam Dellit

You can read this publication in a larger browser window by clicking here.

This publication was scanned by Sam Dellit and originally appeared on the NZ Radio DX League's dxdialog mailing list.

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