[bdxc-news] no SAQ transmission on 17.2 kHz on Alexanderson Day 2022


Mike Terry
 





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From: "Harald Kuhl" <hkdx@...>
To: bdxc-news@groups.io
Sent: Monday, 6 Jun, 22 At 09:32
Subject: [bdxc-news] no SAQ transmission on 17.2 kHz on Alexanderson Day 2022

Hi there,
I ask SAQ about the transmission on 17,2 kHz for Alexanderson Day 2022 and received the following answer.
Regards
Harald DL1AX
Gesendet: Montag, 06. Juni 2022 um 08:16 Uhr
Von: "Alexander Grimeton" <info@....se>
An: "Harald Kuhl" <hkdx@...>
Betreff: Re: SAQ transmission in June 2022?
Dear Harald,
Thanks for including our information about Alexanderson Day 2022 in FUNKAMATEUR.
Here's the official text about the Alexanderson Day 2022. We are sorry to inform you that SAQ will not be able to air, due to technical issues. Instead, we would like to encourage the listeners to watch on our YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/c/AlexanderSAQ, where we will livestream two transmitter startups, with in depth technical information about SAQ.
Kind regards,
Fredrik Wiklund / Alexander association
SAQ unable to air on Alexanderson Day
The Alexander Association welcomes all visitors to Alexanderson Day, Sunday, July 3, 2022, 10-16.
After the pandemic restrictions of the last two years, we are happy to welcome all visitors again.
Together with the World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station, we offer many activities, for the whole family, during the day.
We will make two transmitter startups with SAQ, but this year without any transmission over the antenna due to difficulties in obtaining components in the ongoing maintenance work.
Both transmitter startups will be broadcasted live via our YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/c/AlexanderSAQ.
This year we will give a more in depth technical presentation of the Alexanderson alternator during the startups.

Here is the program, subject to change (All times are CEST):
10:10 Start live broadcast. 10:30 Start-up of Alternator. 11:00 Telegraphing of a message.
11:15 Guided antenna walk (Swedish)
11:45 Lecture and movie in the transmitter hall (Swedish)
13:10 Start live broadcast. 13:30 Start-up of Alternator. 14:00 Telegraphy of a message.
14:15 Guided antenna walk (English)
14:40 Lecture and movie in the transmitter hall (English)

In addition to these program items, lots of other activities are offered throughout the day, including:
- The exhibition, where you can test your Morse skills, among other things.
- The control, an obstacle course for all climbers, where there are different tasks to solve.
- Operation Palmqvist, an escape room that takes place on Grimeton Radio Station during World War II.
- Kjells café, with good coffee.
- The radio shop, the world heritage well-stocked souvenir shop.

During the day, our amateur radio station SK6SAQ will also be staffed and be QRV on the following frequencies
- 3,535 kHz CW
- 7,035 kHz CW
- 14.035 KHz CW
- 3.755 kHz SSB
- 7,140 kHz SSB

See more information at alexander.n.se and grimeton.org