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HMS Belfast Radio Room

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HMS Belfast Radio Room. The Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society (RNARS) operates a low power radio station on board this ship and other preserved Royal Navy museum ships as well. As Tenth Cruiser Squadron flagship on the Murmansk convoy run, Belfast could transmit and receive multiple signals on different frequencies at once. Older United States Navy ships would have a separate sending and receiving room, but I‘m not sure how the Royal Navy set up their communications. This entire room would fit into a single computer chip on board a modern ship.
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Photographer Jason McDonald
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Caption Author Jason McDonald
Date Photographed January 01, 2006
Location Thames River
City London
State or Province London
Country United Kingdom
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