I was a radio operator during the korean War from 1952 to 1954. We operated
RTTY to request air support from the Air Force. We used a BC-610 transmitter at
about 400 watts and 2 Collins 51J3 receivers.
We were being jammed almost constantly by North Korean or China. We would
change frequency often, but they would find us within a few hours and start
again. The jamming consisted of random CW of varying lengths of dots and
dashes. It sounded like a child playing with a telegraph key, and it may well
have been that.
> ...and here is the link for the jamming video...
> 73s and thanks,
> On 02/14/2018 06:11 AM, Roger D Johnson wrote:
> > > I just found an interesting program on YouTube. It's called
> "Empire of
> > Noise"
> > about jamming during the Cold War. I'm sure there are a lot of us
> > that
> > remember
> > those "bad old days"!
> > Roger
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