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QST/March 1916/Ann Arbor, Michigan Radio Station

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Ann Arbor Michigan radio station from the March 1916 QST.png
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN RADIO STATION

 This shows a flashlight picture of the station in the Y. M. C. A. Radio Club. For transmitting a 1 kw. transformer is used with an aerial 75 feet long, and 70 feet, high. This station has worked 1ZL, 8NB, 8ZO, 8YL, and has been heard by many stations in the East. The Club has at its disposal an audion detector and for receiving uses an aerial 200 feet long 150 feet high at one end, and 60 feet at the other. The call YMCA and Mr. Walter Hoffman, Secretary of the Club, would like to hear from amateurs who hear their signals.

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