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Brian Roberts

What a wonderfully uncomplicated organization you've put together for the preservation of antique wireless.  I'm looking forward to reviewing your past newsletters as well as those to come in the future.  Although it's a rare occasion for me to work ZS Land, I continue trying.  Meanwhile, cheers to all of you from the hinterlands of western Pennsylvania in the U.S.A.

Brian  K9VKY

Wednesday, 04 May 2022 13:47
Jacques ZS6JPS

Great hearing from you Brian, thank you for your message and compliments, greatly appreciated.

Looking forward to working you on the bands!

73

Wednesday, 04 May 2022 14:21

Enjoyed visiting your site very much.  73,

Ed Gable k2mp/w2an

Curator Emeritus, AWA Museum, founded 1952

 

Monday, 02 May 2022 15:46
Jacques ZS6JPS

Quite an honor Mr Gable!

Thanks for dropping by, great hearing form you.

73 and happy DX

Wednesday, 04 May 2022 14:22
Brenda

Greetings to all the wonderful people associated with ZS0AWA

Newbie ham here, Brenda ZS6YLB very grateful for your website and net discussions. Fresh to the hobby and learning as I go along. Have not been active on HF much yet, still just listening in and enjoying the amazing world of radio's 

From a boot sale last year, a stack of books were offered for free and I took the oldest copy of an issue - it was The radio amateurs handbook 40th edition 1963 (still with amateur equipment catalogue at the back) I enjoy (carefully) paging through it, reading topics I have forgotten since doing  the RAE hihi. Apart from knowing that electric guitar valve amplifiers are the best (they don't make them like they used to, it's said) I understand that it is a mission it not impossible to repair. Not that I have such amplifiers and mostly play (guitar) unplugged for myself just for fun hihi. The hobby is so vast and it is awesome just listening to other enthusiasts and discovering new RF world's as I go along 

Thank you for a brilliant website and preserving something so precious

From the words of ZS6ADY (Newsletter Sept 2021) "Long may the valves in your radio's glow brightly" 

73 de ZS6YLB

Saturday, 15 January 2022 11:19
Jacques ZS6JPS

Thank you for your message Brenda, glad that you enjoyed the website.

Looking forward to a QSO with you soon. Here's wishing you all the best with the new hobby, and happy DX!

73

Monday, 17 January 2022 06:03
Charles Thatcher

I'm listening today on 2 metres, no any luck on 40m & up today.

I'm a listener only, but never miss the Saturday 06:30 net which is superb.

I'm 72, justretired and considering takking the ham exams and getting onthe air.

Thanks for the hard work and brilliant content!

Charles ZSL1006

Saturday, 08 January 2022 06:55
Jacques ZS6JPS

Thanks Charles!

Glad to have you with us. Don't hesitate to give us a shout should you have any questions on the exam, always there to assist.

Monday, 17 January 2022 06:04

I am a new S. Africa resident, but an ancient radio tech.  I started as a teen age volunteer at the 1st USA community radio station, KPFA.  I was thinking of starting a "free speech" high frequency (shortwave) broadcast station. 

Most of the equipment is have owned in my life was antique.   I couldn't afford new.

Wednesday, 20 October 2021 15:47
Jacques ZS6JPS

Good day Jeremy,

Thank you for dropping by. I've come across your writings on the internet some time ago, great meeting you, albeit informal and not in person. Hope you enjoy the site!

 

Thursday, 21 October 2021 06:58
Brian

Greetings to you all from the UK,

As always, ZS amateurs keep the flag flying and it's great to see how active AWASA is. I've attached a link to an article written by Vincent ZS6BTY and myself a while back. It tells the story of some wartime skulduggery in South Africa but in amongst all of that is a remarkable piece of "homebrew" radio history. Though no radio amateurs were involved (as far as we know!), the development of a high-power CW transmitter with its PA valves from an unusual source illustrated some great ingenuity, at least. The TX is now at the Voortrekker Monument (Heritage Museum, I think it's now called) in Pretoria.

Here's the link   https://www.mpoweruk.com/papers/Felix's%20Transmitter.pdf

73  Brian G0GSF/ex ZS6BKW

Sunday, 15 August 2021 08:15
JacquesB

To the RF inclined gentlemen and ladies of the AWASA,

A big THANK YOU!

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to you all this morning.  Thank you also for all the wisdom and nuggets of information gleaned over years of study and experimentation that were so readily shared.  

As ZS6REN mentioned, ShawnC and I are in the process of doing our prep for RAE-Class A and making the transition from listeners to Hams.

You can rely on me listening in again next week.

Sincerely,

JacquesB

Saturday, 07 August 2021 08:34
Moderator / Webmaster

Great hearing from you Jacques, and welcome!

Please sign up to our newsletter to become a member - membership is free and by association. Looking forward to having you on board!

Sunday, 08 August 2021 07:16

Hello and very nice to meet you all!

I stumbled across your terrific website while looking for TR9D info (which you had plenty!!!!) - many thanks!

I am a member of the AWA here in the USA

Pse let me know if anyone needs anything from this side of the pond...

best,

brian

kn4r

Tuesday, 18 May 2021 02:54
Moderator / Webmaster

Welcome Brian!

Glad that you found our TR9D info. Great to have you with us!

Sunday, 08 August 2021 07:15
Nico Hattingh

Good morning and thanks for the brilliant website.

Im interested in the older radios of the border war, can anyone assist with some knowledge or advice.

With Thanks

Nico

Bronkienc@yahoo.com 

Friday, 07 May 2021 10:24
Moderator / Webmaster

Thanks for dropping by Nico,

I'm sure some of our members could assist. Please email our editor and public relations officer, Andy ZS6ADY, to place an advert in our next newsletter. Also, you're most welcome to join our Saturday net and ask.

Looking forward to having you on board.

Sunday, 08 August 2021 07:14
Etienne Grobler

Very interesting articles and nice pic's. I have some tube radios that require some work to operational again. Ie Heathkit SB 401 and Sb 301 matching pair, also a Yaesu ft dx 100 and  heathkit sb 200. I have some knowledge for basic repair but this is slightly above my level. Is there any one out there that will be able to assist to see if we can get them operational again?as I know some parts are scarce and sometime's info to. Thanks E Grobler de ZS4EG

Monday, 19 April 2021 18:51
Moderator / Webmaster

Good day Etienne,

Thank you for dropping by.

I'd suggest asking our PRO, Andy ZS6ADY, to place your request in the next newsletter. Alternatively, you'd be most welcome to ask on our Saturday net, I'm sure you'll be assisted. Please consider signing up to our newsletter, which also has tons of technical articles and info.

73

Sunday, 08 August 2021 07:12
Michael

ZS1RJQ Wonderful site well presented, well preserved and restored radios.

Monday, 19 April 2021 13:50
Jacques ZS6JPS

Many thanks for the message Michael, appreciated.

Glad to have you with us! 73

Saturday, 01 May 2021 12:55

Hi OM`s there southside of globe!

Thanks for nice pages, it was pleasure to read articles and look for pics!!!

 

Best 73´s de Tim OH3DF from Nokia KP11QL

Saturday, 30 January 2021 11:29
Jacques ZS6JPS

Thank you Om Tim for the kind words, glad you dropped by!

73

Wednesday, 03 February 2021 10:43
mike

Good morning

 

I bought a house out of an estate and when I started to tidy the workshop I found a box of old vaves still in there boxes. Would there be any interest in them. I would hate to throw them away if someone would be able to use them

 

Thanks Mike

Wednesday, 06 January 2021 07:03
Andy

Hello Mike,

There is always an interest in old valves and there are still many of them that can be used.

Please contact Oliver ZS6OG at 0721175078 and he will point you in the right direction

Regards 

Andy ZS6ADY

Wednesday, 06 January 2021 12:22
Manfred Gleinig

Just checking out your site. I have an old National NC-57 that I have had for years. I finally have the time to restore and looking forward to it.

Manfred Gleinig

Portland, Texas

 

Friday, 25 December 2020 16:22
Jacques ZS6JPS

Welcome Manfred! Had one myself, those are great receivers - have fun!

Monday, 04 January 2021 05:43
Gordon Mcleman

Nice web site.. MM3AWA Gordy.

Saturday, 31 October 2020 06:52
AWASA

Many thanks Gordy!

73 from ZS

Saturday, 31 October 2020 07:28

The AR-88 that I found some month ago is, in fact, a CR91A . Now it's operational. Almost tubes have been changed. SOme Capa too. Wiring of 5Y3GBn VR-15 and 6K6 have been changed by Georges F6CER.  Music is now ON.. Fantastic 1942 receiver... First station playing Glen Miller serenade... Fantastic.

Saturday, 10 October 2020 14:56
AWASA

Thank you for the update Gerard, that is great news! Enjoy, 73

Saturday, 31 October 2020 07:29

Just find an old RCA AR-88 . Must be repaired since more than 30 years in underground of the house of an old ham who passed away  .

Thursday, 30 July 2020 12:03
Jacques ZS6JPS

This is great news, all the best with the restoration Gerard! 73

Wednesday, 05 August 2020 06:17
Bruce

Enjoyed listening to the weekly ragchew on the STN repeater today, Saturday 25th July 2020. A fascinating topic, brought back many memories.

73 de Bruce ZS6BK

Saturday, 25 July 2020 08:30
Brian

Great information. really enjoyed reading the Newsletters. Keep up the good work

73 Brian Gi4keq

Tuesday, 21 July 2020 19:09
Jacques ZS6JPS

Many thanks Brian, glad you're enjoying the website!

73, ZS0AWA

Wednesday, 22 July 2020 09:49
ADY

I am interested this site, I have Collins KWM-2A but never transmitted, so I need get information from this forum

Best regards

Ady susanto

YB6VK

Tuesday, 23 June 2020 09:03
Jacques ZS6JPS

Welcome Ady.

You are most welcome to use the website and forum, looking forward to having you on air with the KWM-2A. We also have a few members who are part of the Collin's equipment register who may be able to give some guidance also.

73

Tuesday, 23 June 2020 10:43
Raymond Evans

Thank You for a most interesting site, love the Wadley info.

Wednesday, 22 April 2020 14:46
Jacques ZS6JPS

Many thanks Raymond, appreciated.

Friday, 24 April 2020 18:54
Chris Rutkowski - NW6V

Hi.

I've been researching Morse and Vail for some time now, and doing a presentation entitled "The CW Way of Life" at the SeaPAC Pacific Northwest Ham Convention Saturday, 1 June 2019.

Wanted to complement the author of the article about "who invented Morse Code."  Having read many, many books and recountings of the story, I find his/her analysis among the best I've seen, and it's on the reference list at the end of my PowerPoint presentation. The PowerPoint will be downloadable from the SeaPac site after the event; the author might find it of interest because I found some items in the historical record others seem to have missed, or perhaps misunderstood; sheds a bit more light on what Vail invented, when, and why. There's a section on it in the PowerPoint.

Anyway, GREAT article, and great site. Congrats to all.

73 Chris NW6V

Thursday, 30 May 2019 13:40
Moderator / Webmaster

Good day Chris,

Thank you for your kind message. We greatly appreciate your words, as this is exactly what we aim for - to share knowledge and information about our wonderful passion, and create awareness of the history. Good luck with your presentation, and looking forward to having you back on our page in future!

73, ZS0AWA

Friday, 31 May 2019 08:56
Hannes Coetzee

Nice website. I'm planning to pay your museum a visit in the not too distant future.

73

ZS6BZP

Tuesday, 19 March 2019 05:36
Moderator / Webmaster

Thank you for visiting our website Hannes. We're looking forward to seeing you at the museum soon! 73

Tuesday, 19 March 2019 07:38
Howard Barnes

I just acquired a Heathkit DX-100 that I plan on inspecting carefully before adding power slowly. Saw your site had some articles about this transmitter and am eager to read them for useful information.  After browsing your site I may wish to establish an account.  Live in the middle of Washington State in the USA and enjoy tube (valve) equipment.

Howard Barnes

WB7VKY

Tuesday, 12 March 2019 18:09
Moderator / Webmaster

Good day Howard,

The DX-100 is a stunner. I will send you an email with some details of a member who restored one a while back. Great to have you on board.

Friday, 15 March 2019 07:15

Hi all, I have recently inherited a Barlow-Wadley XCR30 Mk II radio with FM.  My FIL used it to listen to the SABC French service where he worked.  The FM works very well but I cannot get any signal on HF AM.  The aerial was broken off long ago but he used a piece of wire that I can remember.

I was trained as an RAF engine fitter (nothing to do with radio) but worked on a AW Argosy E1 which took me around the Far East, Singapore, HK etc.  I remember it had a big RACAL RA17 radio downstairs and we used it to get time signals - Hawaii if I remember.  The radio was used to check the frequencies used by ATC which were often slightly out.  I read that this radio also used the Wadley circuit.  This was in 1968/9. 

Later here in SA I got a JRC 505 radio which was terrific when used with a home-made antenna tuner.  Unfortunately it was stolen in a burglary many moons ago.  For years the only SW radio I had was a little Sangean analog receiver used for the BBC news originally during the Falklands war as there was nothing on the SABC and no internet news then! 

Thursday, 31 January 2019 08:41
Moderator / Webmaster

Thank you for your message.

We hope you get your Wadley's AM issue resolved soon. Looking forward to meeting you, we're sure you'll enjoy our group!

 

Friday, 15 March 2019 07:14

Hi,  everybody I am

getting interested in 'old' radio

now that I am on retirement in Charente, next door

to Dordogne home of expert Richard F4WCD

73's Dick F6GUU/G3TMQ

Wednesday, 09 January 2019 18:26
Jacques ZS6JPS

Thank you for the message Dick. With Richard nearby, you'll be collecting old boatanchors and working the AM waves in no time! Please do convey our regards.

Looking forward to having you on board - please feel free to sign up for our monthly newsletter. 73

Thursday, 10 January 2019 06:10

I found your website while looking for a copy of the Transistors-for-the-home-constructor book, which I owned as a kid in NZ c. 1961, and which got lost somewhere along the way. Only I think it was Volume 2. Perhaps you could help me clarify which? My copy included a project to build a Geiger Counter based on a one-transistor blocking-oscillator DC-DC converter (with home-wound Ferroxcube pot-core transformer) and Philips GM tube. It worked well for years until the GM tube quit. I am actually trying to find the schematic and other details of that article. I received help from G Zimmer on http://theradioboard.com who, after a couple of false leads pointed me to your website.  Thank you for the work you've put into your website. Very useful. I live a long way from NZ now, in the Pacific NW. I used to have a New Zealand ham call sign, but now have AJ4RF (which originated in Florida, hence the '4'). 73, Al Roxburgh, AJ4RF

Saturday, 24 November 2018 01:30
Andy

Hello Alastair,

I noticed that no one had replied to your query yet so decided I should do the honours. You can find the book you are looking for at this link:

www.ebooksdownloads.xyz/search/transistors-for-the-home-constructor

I hope you are able to download it and get the answers you are looking for.

Best 73

Andy ZS6ADY

AWA PRO/Sec

Saturday, 22 December 2018 14:56

A yes.   All I have ever had was antique gear, as the new stuff was too expensive.  After a lifetime having little time for amateur radio. and always having more professional radio stuff to do than time would allow, I now find myself in South Africa doing almost nothing, and little radio gear nearby.   Yes, I will have to light up that water tower.  No, I have no web site, though my current licensed commercial broadcast station (leased to a friend) can be found by searching KNIK-FM.   And I did piece KNIK together from equipment found here and there.  I am suffering from RF withdrawal symptoms and hope to correct that situation soon.  No tower should go to waste.  Not even the water tower.

The Western Electric transmitter found on the above link is quite like one I used at the FM station in St. Louis Mo.   Lots of tubes, both little and large.

I look forward to meeting some of you one day.

 

Thursday, 08 November 2018 15:33
Jacques ZS6JPS

Great to read your message Mr Lansman!

Please do send me your contact details (my email can be found on both QRZ as well as the local SARL website). We will most definitely assist wherever possible to remedy your RF withdrawal symptoms!

Looking forward to having you on board.

Kind Regards, Jacques ZS6JPS

 

Friday, 09 November 2018 08:42
KennyE

Thank You and your group on a job well done for Hams of the world

WH6AED

Sunday, 30 September 2018 15:37
Jacques ZS6JPS

Many thanks for the message Kenny, appreciated!

Monday, 01 October 2018 07:25
Prof de Vries ZS1ADD

The new website looks great. Thanks for all the information!!

Keep the valves glowing!

73

Prof ZS1ADD

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 11:46
Moderator / Webmaster

Many thanks for dropping by Prof! 73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 11:51
Richard

Greetings from the sunny Dordogne.

A big thank you to Dick ZS6RO, for getting the website up again.

Richard

Past president and historian AWA

F4WCD/ZS6TF

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 07:41
Jacques

Good day Richard,

Thank you for dropping by, and for your message!

73 de Jacques ZS6JPS

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 07:46
Sidney Freedman

Hi to all I just relocated to Uvongo still setting up my shack here. 

Having a ball here best move I ever made. 

Playing 40m and 80m now, not much on 2m.

73 to all

ZS5SID my new callsign. (I still have my ZS6SID callsign).

Sunday, 15 April 2018 07:40
Moderator / Webmaster

Hi Sid! Great to hear from you.
Noted on the new callsign - looking forward to working you! 73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:16
Dean

Hi guys
Thoroughly enjoyed your site was initially looking for info on a Trio 9r-59 that I recently acquired (it still works) when I came across your site, well done keep up the good work and the old valves glowing.
73 de ZS6DLA

Wednesday, 21 March 2018 07:32
Moderator / Webmaster

Hi Dean!
Thanks for stopping by! We're glad that you've enjoyed the site, looking forward to having you back! 73 ZS0AWA

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:16
William, ZS4L

Very well done Jacques and all other contributors to AWA SA website.
It is great to belong to an active group of enthusiastic Amateurs who are still passionate about Wireless!..
The newsletter this month is also top notch!.. thanks to all.
Putting bits together for my Valve powered homebrew DX radio..
73 de William
ZS4L / ZS5WC

Friday, 26 January 2018 07:31
Moderator / Webmaster

Many thanks William, greatly appreciated.
Members such as yourself make this such an enjoyable and successful association!
Looking forward to news on your homebrew valve DX rig.
73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:16
Edwin

HI. Happy new year to you all. I have been trying to contact Richard ZS6TF but his email is returned undelivered. I want to arrange with him to make contact with the Museum during this years Museums on the air. I am the station manager of GB2IWM and would love to contact your Museum if that's possible this year.

Best wishes Edwin G0LPO

Wednesday, 10 January 2018 07:30
Andy ZS6ADY

Hello Edwin,
Richards email is here and I know it still works as we have regular contact with him. However, Richard is no longer living in South Africa and Jacques ZS6JPS, or Oliver ZS6OG will be your contacts now for the Museum station.
Best 73
Andy ZS6ADY
AWA PRO/SEC

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:15
Lyle

Thank you for the downloads. Lots of good information and packed with worthwhile readings. Will learn a lot from this site. HF bands are almost dead
today here in central Canada.

73 Lyle VE5EE

Thursday, 09 November 2017 07:29
Moderator / Webmaster

Thank you for dropping by Lyle! We're glad you're enjoying our site, and the kind words are appreciated. Looking forward to working you on the bands one day! 73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:14
Jim

Visited on Sunday with Jacques ZS6JPS and Renato ZS6REN and operated as ZS6IEE for a while as part of Museums of the Air.
Great display- the HP35 calculator was of particular interest since I had one at Wits in 1974.
Must arrange for my son Hugh ZS6HMB to visit. My daughter's 3rd year engineering at UCT and is keen to visit when she's next back. She would love to see inside the observatory....
73 Jim ZS6JMB

Tuesday, 27 June 2017 07:28
Moderator / Webmaster

We appreciate that you joined us Jim, it was great meeting you.
Looking forward to future visits! 73 de ZS0AWA

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:14
Geoffrey Lotz

I lost a good chunk of time browsing through your site - its great!
I signed up as a member as well - I have recently acquired a Johnson Viking Ranger that will need attention no doubt, and I am trusting that the AWASA will be the place to get the knowledge from.
Be well all.
Regards
Geoffrey
ZR6XZ

Friday, 13 January 2017 07:28
Moderator / Webmaster

Many thanks for the compliments Geoffrey! We'll most certainly be able to assist with questions on the Ranger. 73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:13
Steve Bond

Thanks for your website. I'm writing a book on the Royal Canadian Air Force No. 4 Wireless School in Guelph, Ontario, 1941 - 1945, and your download article on the TR9 radio is a great help.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016 07:27
Moderator / Webmaster

Good day Steve,
That's great news, thank you for the compliments. We have a member with a wealth of knowledge on the TR9, please send us an email and we'll get you into contact with him.

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:13
Tony

Greetings on behalf of the Wellington vintage radio group in New Zealand. I've subscribed to your newsletter and am looking forward to browsing the newsletter archive when time permits. Regards and 73
Tony ZL2AMZ

Friday, 23 September 2016 07:27
Moderator / Webmaster

Greetings Tony, and thank you for the message. Great to hear from you, enjoy the newsletters. Hope to have a QSO with you in the near future, we'll be running our museum station more regularly.
73 de ZS0AWA

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:13
M.K. Dungey

Great website. I operated vacuum tube technology A.M. sets for the S.A.D.F. during the previous century.
73,
Keith ZS6HS

Sunday, 11 September 2016 07:27
Moderator / Webmaster

Many thanks for your kind message Keith. Please feel free to sign up for our free monthly newsletter!
73, ZS0AWA

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:12
Keith

Hi Great website.
I have an EH Scott Allwave 23 which I regretfully wish to donate to your Association.
It is intact and complete except for the speaker so requires a PM speaker modification as per the EH Scott website as well as of course, a good re-capping.
The set is in the Johannesburg area.
Thank You
Keith

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 07:26
Moderator / Webmaster

Good day Keith,
Thank you for the message. We would greatly appreciate that, it will definitely be welcome at our museum!
Kind Regards, ZS0AWA

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:12
Lyle Maystruck

Wow, this is a great website and thank you for the downloads. I have subscribed to your newsletter. I would like to mention your website in our monthly guywire newsletter for the Regina amateur radio association, the local club here if possible. Love this site and all the information that is available.

73
from Canada Lyle VE5EE

Saturday, 26 March 2016 07:25
Moderator / Webmaster

Many thanks Lyle, your comments are greatly appreciated! Please feel free to mention our website in your newsletter - please send us a copy to forward to our members. Great to hear from you, please do keep in touch! 73 from all of us at AWASA ZS0AWA

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:12
Tom Cooper

Have just applied for access to your web site.
Tom Cooper ZS1PS

Wednesday, 09 March 2016 07:24
Moderator / Webmaster

Great to have you aboard OM Tom!
73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:12
Ben G4BXD

A great site and club. Great looking shack pictures. Hopefully, one day, we can visit a few, have never been to SA so something I must do soon.
best regards, Ben G4BXD
Military Wireless Museum
U.K.
www.militarywirelessmuseum.co.uk

Wednesday, 02 March 2016 07:23
Moderator / Webmaster

Good day Ben,
Many thanks for your message and compliments, much appreciated. You\'ll be most welcome, we look forward to having you over -
please give us a shout and we\'ll arrange accommodation. Great site and museum you have!
73 de ZS0AWA

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:11
Willy Pittner

Good Day All,
I came across your website while browsing about a radio I have. I have been in the game of building towers and antennas of all sorts. I presently still build sites for Multichoice and am close to retiring. I hope I can be of assistance and also learn from members of the forum.
Kindest Regards
Willy Pittner

Monday, 29 February 2016 07:22
Moderator / Webmaster

Good day Willy,
Many thanks for your message. Please feel free to sign up for our newsletter under the Newsletters tab, and we'll keep you posted on all happenings. We look forward to having you aboard! 73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:11
Michael Creech KD1VY

Thank you for interesting history. I found article on radio during the boer war very informative and well written.
73,
KD1VY

Sunday, 03 January 2016 07:22
Moderator / Webmaster

Many thanks Michael, we appreciate that you dropped by and were glad that you enjoyed the articles.
73 from AWASA

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:10
Rob

Great website and interesting comments.
Enjoyed it.
73
Rob ZS1SA

Tuesday, 15 September 2015 07:21
Moderator / Webmaster

Thank you Rob. Looking forward to welcoming you on the net, thanks for signing up!
73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:10
Harry Stander

Dear Awasa, I listen to your radio programs on Saturdays very interesting thank you! I am retired know but still enjoy the hobby. Yours truly Harry
ZS6ANS

Saturday, 19 September 2015 07:20
Moderator / Webmaster

Many thanks for the message Harry, much appreciated.
Looking forward to hearing you call in on the net, please feel free to join!
73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:10
Andy Stead

Great site. Reminds me of all the old radios I have had in the past and in particular the period after WW2. Names like AR88, HRO, Marconi, Hallicrafters etc come to mind. Still into older stuff - but not that old. A Yaesu FRG-7 and a Uniden 2020 for instance!
Active on 40m with call sign ZS1NDY

Wednesday, 12 August 2015 07:20
Moderator / Webmaster

Hi Andy,
GREAT to hear from you. I once visited you to purchase some oldies, such as that AR88! Good to hear that you still have a collection,
and that you got the callsign - looking forward to a QSO in the near future! Please join us for our Saturday net on 40m, see details on
our home page
73

Tuesday, 28 August 2018 08:10
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