VERON reports on June 12, radio amateurs gave information and demonstrations about ‘Morse code as a means of communication’ to the public of the Open Air Museum Arnhem
A translation of the VERON post reads:
The interest of the visitors was great. Many were extensively informed. The number of people who wanted to take an “aptitude test” was also above expectations. All in all a very successful day.
This activity was dominated by Morse code as intangible cultural heritage, a status that Morse code received in the Netherlands in 2014.
For this occasion, the grounds of the Open Air Museum was temporarily transformed into an improvised shack and demonstration space. This was already done on Saturday June 11 by Okko PH2CV, Ernst PA1EJO and Rob PA5V.
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