[ptsw] WWII Freqs
Charles J. Hargrove
The story goes that a ham in Scituate, Massachussetts heard Rommel'stoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
tanks on the 10 meter band and recorded it on a wire recorder. He
brought it to a friend to translate. When they realized what they
had in their hands, the feds got involved and set up a monitoring station
in the area.
Does anyone know what meter band the planes of the Axis and Allies used
Charles J. Hargrove - N2NOV
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