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Author Topic: china's transceiver museum will be inaugurated  (Read 14678 times)
BG1FPX
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« on: March 23, 2013, 05:09:33 AM »

a transceiver museum will be inaugurated in 28th march, in shandong province in east china.

the master of the museum collected (at his own expense) more than 100 types of transceivers, including military, civil, professional, amateurish, maritime, mobile, handheld, etc.

regrettably, this museum is located in a remote mountain village.

here are two pictures:

http://www.hellocq.net/forum/attachment/Mon_1303/3_38_44c273243ee10c4.jpg

http://www.hellocq.net/forum/attachment/Mon_1303/3_21_fc3caca8f315d0e.jpg
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K9AIM
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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2013, 09:41:37 AM »

a virtual tour via the internet would be awesome (with an English translation for those of us who only know that European language)
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KE7TMA
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« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2013, 02:13:52 AM »

That's really great.  It would be interesting to find out more about Chinese radios - information is extremely hard to come by.
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VK5CQ
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« Reply #3 on: July 13, 2013, 08:51:05 PM »

Will there be an on-the-air Ham Station
in the Museum? If so, operating times &
frequencies would be of interest.

It would be good if some vintage radio
can be heard / worked on-air.

(Sweden has a Museum, which features
an operational Ham station inside... and
a nice tower-mounted antenna outside.

Licensed Hams are scheduled for demon-
strations of the hobby, & I think licensed
visitors could operate, when a volunteer
Ham staffer was present.)

From a location, high in a mountainous
region, I hope the Chinese station can be
heard around the planet.

If the location offers low-noise reception,
perhaps it will someday have a radiotele-
scope...
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