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6) Soviet jamming stations, intent

on keeping "undesirable"

broadcasts from being

received in their country,

legally identify themselves on

CW.

7) Radio Berlin International operates

from West Berlin.

8) The Voice of America is prohibited

by Congress from

broadcasting in any language

but English.

9) There is a shortwave broadcast

band allocated at 11

meters.

10) Radio Peace and Progress is

a Soviet shortwave station.

11) " Suomen Yleisradio" broadcasts

from Samoa.

12) SINPO is an ac ronym for t he

Special InterNa tional Programming

Organ ization.

13) " The Graveyard" is the SWL's

nickname for ac-meters.

14) In many countries, you have

to be an SWL before you can

become a ham.

15) The International Frequency

List is a publication listing in

five volumes all of the world's

radio stations.

16) The "Worldwide TV-FM OX

Association" is an organization

specializing in VHF·UHF

SWUng.

17) Some countries require SWLs

10 license their receivers.

18) WCC in Chatham MA, broadcasts

news report s. in CW, on

6.376 MHz.

19) Many ship stations have the

same type of four-letter callsigns

as broadcast stations,

e.g., KXXX,

The U.S, AM broadcast band

has only 23 channels.

F) Effect of Radio Moscow report

about Soviet farming on usteners

.

G) Element missing from Radio

Moscow's news programs ....

H) Famous army radio station ...

II

JI

KI

LI

Wo odpecker 'S alleged purpose

, , , , , , , , , , , , .

SWLs throw this whe n a rare

station is QRMed .

Engineering society .

Wh at Germans c all East Germany

, . , , , , , , , .

M) Spanish "I" , . , , , , , , , ,

NI

01

Iraq amateu r prefix ,

Number of megahertz in SWL

so-meter band , ,

P) Any press station's test letters

, , , .

Q) Your author's former call suffix

" "

" "

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Element 1:

See Illustration 1A.

Illustration 2,

19 27 32 64

10 14 1 33 63

53 35 49

55 24 25 39 38

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4366 3

- -

2954645

37 40 57

--

61 20

11 26

- - --

21 22 23 56 47

44 34

THE AN SWERS

7 30 52

Elemen t 2:

1-J, 2-S, 3·P, 4·F, 5·M, 6-1, 7·U, B-R, 9-A, to-r, 11-N , 12·B, 13-0, 14·0 .

15-L, 16-G, 17-0, 18-C, 19-E, 20·H.

Element 3:

(Reading from left to rig ht) utilities, broadcast, tropicals,

clandestine; band, domestic, program, listen; music, religious,

interval, language; government, propaganda, engineer, overseas;

calibrate, foreign, relay, static.

ELEMENT 5-HAM ACROSTIC

Guess the words defined and write them over th e numbered

dashes. Next, place each letter in the co rrect square in th e puzzle.

The black sq uares show word endings. The completed puzzle will

form a statement relating to sho rtwave listening. (Ill ustrat ion 2)

AI

BI

C)

Medium-wave antenna .

"The Eastis Red" .

A shortwave station's

'" " ongue .

D) Jammers produce this .

E) Old-style receiver component .

118 73 Mag azine· April, 1981

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28 50 42 51

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65 9 41 2 67

5 13 36 8 48 16 17 46

59 18 4 15 31

62 58 60 12

Illustration lA,

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