History of wireless telegraphy and broadcasting in Australia/Editing/Notes Link

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Transcriptions and Notes[edit]

Stations[edit]

More than 50 key articles relevant to VIB Brisbane, mainly from the NLA's Trove Digitised Newspapers have been transcribed for ease of reference here: VIB Brisbane - Transcriptions and Notes

Amateur Stations[edit]

Station 4AW was an amateur broadcasting station at Brisbane operated by Arthur Edwyn Walz in the late 1920s and early 1930s. At this stage, in this Wikibook, the activities of the station have not been separately recorded, but rather included in the biography of Arthur Edwyn Walz. Specific resources available are as follows:

Biographies Summary (1)[edit]

More than 50 key articles relevant to Alfred Thomas Bauer, mainly from the NLA's Trove Digitised Newspapers have been transcribed for ease of reference here: Alfred Thomas Bauer - Transcriptions and Notes

Biographies Summary (2)[edit]

Arthur Edwyn Walz was a prominent amateur operator, amateur broadcaster, amateur club administrator in the late 1920s and early 1930s, and ultimately senior state public servant. His station callsign was 4AW (4=Queensland, A=Arthur, W=Walz) and he operated from Brisbane, Queensland. A summary biography has not yet been prepared however the following resources have been assembled in preparation: