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  • Rockall - Beiträge - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    30 March 1994 Rockall Not really An investigation by the IOTA Committee failed to secure evidence to support the claim that the operation took place from the rock and withdrawal of credit was a natural consequence The Greenpeace Waveland intermezzo 10 27 July 1997 Picture information needed A couple of ecological activists from Greenpeace Al Baker Meike Huelsman Peter Morris Eric Hejsalaar and Thomas Neuman occupied Rockall for 48 days They took turns mostly there were three of them on the island The action was arranged in the view of protesting against the oil research and pertinent exploitation of the oil in the surroundings of the island They lived in a solar pod which protected them from the bad weather and declared a new public global state of Waveland Anyone could apply via internet for citizenship Fort he next couple of months hundreds of passports were issued At the same time the activists declared By seizing Rockall we claim her seas for the planet and all its peoples No one has the right to unleash this oil into our threatened climate read on MS0IRC P 16 June 2005 The first one At last Rockall 188 miles west of St Kilda in the Outer Hebrides was no longer the last un numbered IOTA island in Europe On the morning of 16 June 2005 after spending 46 hours at sea a well equipped and experienced team whose main aim was raising money for charity landed on Rockall Two of the team were radio hams MMØALM David Wood from Stonehaven and MMØCWJ Seamus James Cameron a well known and experienced island activator as resident on South Uist possibly the closest ham to Rockall 240 miles out in the Atlantic Both are members of the Islands Radio Club Outer Hebrides On arrival the sea was flat calm but the swell was running at about ten feet quite normal in calm weather yet this made the landing very tricky and it took the team three hours to get everyone nine people in all and the radio and safety equipment onto the rock When the first radio activation from Rockall went on air David kicked off with a CQ call on 40m but very little was heard and only two stations were worked so he moved to the 17m band again poor only eight stations in the log James took over and went to 20m where conditions were good The team were constantly downloading weather fax information which showed two low pressure fronts coming togetherin the locality so due to team safety being top priority the activation had to be cut short from the planned couple of days due to the approaching storm Thus just nine hours after landing the team had to leave 3 ½ hours operating 262 stations worked Equipment was a Yaeso FT897 100W antennas H B Vertical and dipole power was from a small generator The callsign MS0IRC p is the Hebridean island radio club call QSL was via G0HXN The original

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  • Home - Dokumentationsarchiv Funk (QSL Collection) [ENGLISH VERSION]
    use the archives either in person or virtually through the Internet A board oversees our collections and archives and keeps an eye on all projects Our archives and collections We collect whatever relates to the history of radio with the sole exception of hardware we are not a radio museum With seven million objects filed we are the world s largest organization of its kind and the only one with such a wealth of interdisciplinary collections We have various sections as follows The Documentary Unit is a unique and gigantic global data base of letters public and private records research files and similar archival material supplemented by a photo collection and a library of books and magazines This includes the Oskar Czeija Remembrance Funds named after the founder of Austrian broadcasting is devoted entirely to the history of radio in Austria The audio visual archives consist of thousands of films videos private and broadcast tapes and discs and downloads of the most perishable medium the Internet With daily updates of broadcast footage it it is always up to date The collection of QSL cards awards and logbooks covers the entire era from pioneer days to today The YASME Colvins collection of almost a million cards is the largest individual amateur radio collection of all times We do not buy or sell but rely entirely on donations Individuals have given us treasures unearthed at home donated parts of their private collections or as we prefer bequeathed material to us during their lifetime We receive bequests exchange items of which we have multiple exemplars with other archives etc All projects and overheads are financed entirely by charitable donations Whatever we keep is available to the public and everybody is welcome at any time to contact us for an appointment read on The Friedrichshafen Ham Radio Lectures 2013 Presentations at Europe s 1 Hamvention Powerpoint slides with synchronized audio Keynote speech Martti Laine OH2BH Changing Times in DX Hunt Veijo Kontas OH6KN and Juho Juopperi OH8GLV Technology Innovations Helping DXers Tom Perera W1TP The ENIGMA and other Historic Cipher Machines Introduction to the Enigma John Alexander G7GCT Small Cipher Machines Martin Steyer DK7ZB Development of Broadcasting in Germany 1923 2013 Chris Ducking G3SVL 100 Years of the RSGB and its International Partners Watch and listen Ham Radio 2013 Lectures Call Book Project Thanks to a genereous grant of the YASME Foundation ext Link we have begun to digitize and make fully researchable period Amateur Radio Call Books The first five issues have been addded to our Members Only section Radio Press Wireless Directory Guia Radio May 1929 CallBook September 1927 CallBook Spring 1938 Overview of Amateur Radio Call Signs Past and Present in JA A Guided Video Tour 29 04 10 Jonathan Marks visited us in the old premises Video in English Part one Part two Our new premises YouTube Video in German Watch it anyway And a farewell to where we had been before YouTube Video in German ext Link You need

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