A Philatelic History of Radio and Electronics
By Merri AB0MV (Radio and Electronics related Stamps)


U.S. Army students learning Morse code
WW-2 era photo


The PHILLIPS CODE BI-CENTENNIAL EDITION (1925)
transcribed by Joseph Hartmann K2AVJ

Part One - Part Two - Part Three - Part Four

List of Numbered Wire Signals is near the end of Part Three

Part Four is K2AVJ's personal recollections of Dr. E.Stuart Davis,
the author of this edition of the Phillips Code.



U.S. Coast Guard Radio Station Honolulu (Callsign NMO):
Series of articles by Jeff KH2PZ / KH6 about
standing watch on 500 kcs at NMO

Part One - Part Two - Part Three - Part Four
Part Five --- Part Six (SOS!) --- Part Seven


Amateur Radio history:

What's a Wouff Hong ??
How our CW Pro-signs came to be.
What's this QSK stuff??
Evolution of The International Code.
Where did CQ come from?
The Distress Call (SOS).
Origin of Ham ("ham" radio)?
How old is 73 ?
DXing


Equipment from the Past

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