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The Radio DDR logo.
A ZN414 IC in a TO92 package. Attribution: Nkendrick at the English language Wikipedia.
Build your own small pirate radio station.I show you how to build a simple FM transmitter.-0
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The NATO radio station at Anthorn in Cumbria
The tracking tower on Mullach Sgar, St. Kilda
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