thanks to Jeff, VY2ZM(K1ZM) we are able to go back into the TB history and read the Stew's (W1BB) 160m BULLETINS!
As Jeff posted on the TB reflector...
"Most of STEW's 160m BULLETINS from 1930 to 1965 are on my website in the W1BB section - these chronicle the history of the early TRANSATLANTIC TESTS and were sent to me courtesy of PY1RO. Stew used to send these out to anyone who wanted to be on his distribution list - GRATIS too - just another measure of the man....
They are from his mimeo machine and some of them are a bit hard to read - but well worth a looksee.
The site is K1ZM.com/w1bb
73 JEFF VY2ZM"
I would like to thank Jeff, VY2ZM for his job and sharing these documents. It is great chance to study the history of the band, operation and other details from 1930 up to now!
73 - Petr, OK1RP
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Thursday, January 7, 2016
Stew's 160m BULLETINS by Jeff, VY2ZM
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