This operation was held in conjunction with the AWA's 2001 conference
in Rochester, New York. The museum annex is located a short distance
away in East Bloomfield. The
James Millen Society operated James Millen's original 1930's Amateur
Radio Station, now located at the Antique Wireless Association
(AWA) museum annex, in celebration of the 100th Anniversary of
Wednesday Sept. 5th - During the evening we operated the big
Millen 1936 AM transmitter on 3880Kc as part of the Collins
Collector Associations AM Night.
Saturday Sept 8th - During the morning hours we operated Millen
manufactured equipment (90801
transmitter/90831 modulator/90711 VFO). AM and CW contacts were made on the
20 and 40 meter bands.
We made a total of 158 contacts,
most taking place on Wednesday evening using the Millen's original
to the Operation
Gerhold, K2WH, was gracious enough to provide a 4+ minute recording
of the W1HRX celebration as heard from his station in Hewitt,
New Jersey. The recording is from Wednesday nights activities
using the BIG Millen 1936 transmitter on 75 meter AM phone. It's
not often you hear such a pileup on AM! The operator at W1HRX
at the time was John Bauer, W4AWM.
NOTICE - The audio file is large. Listen only if you are
using a broadband connection.
of the Operation - as it happened!