Reference numberMS/929/1/222
TitleLetter from R. W. Ward, the General Post Office, to James Mackenzie Davidson
Date1 January 1914
DescriptionEncloses a license to conduct experiments in wireless telegraphy [enclosed - see MS/1/929/222a]. Notes that, with reference to clause 5 (2) of the license, the Postmaster General has found it desireable to lay down a general rule that stations should have a distinctive call-signal, and each station when signalling begin with the call signal of the station with which it wishes to communicate.
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