HIGH POWER WIRELESS
SITE FOR BRITISH STATION
THE DOMINION PROGRAMMES.
OWlttt MISS ASSOCIATION.—COPTRIaST.)
(■AUSTBAUAJJ - MSW ZEALAND CABLE ASSOCIATION.)
(Received 18th July, .11.30 a.m.)
. '•." . LONDON,- 17th July. Sir L. Worthington-Evans, in the House of Commons, announoed that the Post Office has purchased eight hundred acres of land hear Rugby.,' for a tiigh■tyrtver wireless, station. The cost of the sit, • including compensation for disturbance, will be about £50,000. Provision ■flas been made for the Governments of Australia, South Africa, and Canada to construct-stations. So far no definite arrangements have been made: for India .and New. Zealand. • " ' -.
Replying to a question, he said the Eastern Telegraph Company had applied fora license to build a station in connection with the Empire chain. The company - would have the same 6hance of obtaining' 'a license as the Marconi Company. ' • ' '
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HIGH POWER WIRELESS, Evening Post, Volume CVI, Issue 15, 18 July 1923
HIGH POWER WIRELESS Evening Post, Volume CVI, Issue 15, 18 July 1923
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