We who spend a few hours keeping “the old lady” in a good mood, will of course be happy and inspired when we receive positive feedback from our outside world for our efforts. An example of this is
A roaring machine, morse code and Irish folk music – celebrate the UN Day of October 24 at the World Heritage Site Grimeton! Man’s quest for contacts and faster relationships between each other is tireless. A proof of this are
The Alexanderson Day 2018 was held on a beautiful and sunny day with many visitors and multiple successful transmissions. The old lady showed her best side on the Alexanderson Day July 1st, 2018. Three separate transmissions was aired at 8.45,
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In the morning of Christmas Eve, December 24, we will try to start the old Alexanderson 200 kW transmitter, from 1924 and send out a Christmas message on VLF 17.2 kHz CW. The transmitter will be tuned up from around 08:30 (07:30 UTC) and a message* will be transmitted at 09:00 (08:00 UTC).
Guests are welcome to attend the transmission at the radio station in Grimeton from 08:00 local time. The Alexander association will arrange Coffee and Christmas cookies, free of charge. No entrance fee.
QSL-reports on the SAQ transmission are kindly received via:
– E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
– or via: SM bureau
– or direct by mail to:
Alexander – Grimeton Veteranradios Vaenner,
Radiostationen Grimeton 72
SE-432 98 GRIMETON
S W E D E N
The SK6SAQ amateur radio station will be QRV on the following frequencies:
– 7.035 kHz CW or
– 14.035 kHz CW or
– 3.755 kHz SSB
Two stations will be on the air most of the time.
*The world heritage site Grimeton is a living cultural heritage. All transmissions with the long-wave transmitter SAQ are therefore preliminary and may be set at short notice.
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