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60s


19640417Andrew_at_vk1aca_softened.jpg

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80s


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70s


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Random files - Historical photos
19640417Andrew_at_vk1aca_softened.jpg
Andrew 1DA and David 1DD at the controls of VK1ACA314 viewsThis was a publicity photo for the Canberra Times, showing two younger members of the Canberra Radio Society operating the club station VK1ACA, in the leadup to the Canberra Easter Radio Convention, which the club ran each year for about 10 years in the 60s and alternate years in the 70s.
Andrew_at_9V1ES_deblur.jpg
JA1UT and VK1DA operating on 6m from Singapore238 viewsAttending the SEANET (south east asia network) convention in Singapore in 1989 I was pleased to have the opportunity to operate on 6m from Singapore. The Singapore Amateur Radio Transmitting Society had arranged a special licence and callsign for the event. At the time I lived in Brunei and had the call V85DA.
vk1committee1974_4.jpg
Committee of the ACT Division of the WIA 1974293 viewsThis shows the first committee of the WIA ACT Division, following its admission as a member division of the Wireless Institute of Australia. L-R: Ed Penikis VK1VP, John Roberts VK1ZAR (SK), Andrew Davis VK1DA, John Lauten VK1JL, Eric Piraner VK1EP (SK), Ted Pearce VK1AOP, George Brzostowski VK1GB, Ron Henderson VK1RH (SK).
 

Last additions - Historical photos
vk1committee1974_4.jpg
Committee of the ACT Division of the WIA 1974293 viewsThis shows the first committee of the WIA ACT Division, following its admission as a member division of the Wireless Institute of Australia. L-R: Ed Penikis VK1VP, John Roberts VK1ZAR (SK), Andrew Davis VK1DA, John Lauten VK1JL, Eric Piraner VK1EP (SK), Ted Pearce VK1AOP, George Brzostowski VK1GB, Ron Henderson VK1RH (SK).Dec 27, 2008
Andrew_at_9V1ES_deblur.jpg
JA1UT and VK1DA operating on 6m from Singapore238 viewsAttending the SEANET (south east asia network) convention in Singapore in 1989 I was pleased to have the opportunity to operate on 6m from Singapore. The Singapore Amateur Radio Transmitting Society had arranged a special licence and callsign for the event. At the time I lived in Brunei and had the call V85DA.Dec 27, 2008
19640417Andrew_at_vk1aca_softened.jpg
Andrew 1DA and David 1DD at the controls of VK1ACA314 viewsThis was a publicity photo for the Canberra Times, showing two younger members of the Canberra Radio Society operating the club station VK1ACA, in the leadup to the Canberra Easter Radio Convention, which the club ran each year for about 10 years in the 60s and alternate years in the 70s. Dec 27, 2008