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Daves Blog - I post items about our "Land for Sale by Owner" & "Chantilly Farm" & "Tiny Homes " and my interest Historical Computers. This is a continuation of my Blog about my historical Computer Collection. All 13,000 items in the collection are now located at the "Computer Museum of America" in Roswell, GA. I will continue to post Computer Museum news about microcomputers, hobbyist, robotics, computing, Bugbooks, Computers in the Old Bugbook Historical Computer Museum collection, & amateur radio staion N4USA .

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Alexander Bell demonstrates wireless transmission of voice - 2 minutes of history


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Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum
Alexander Graham Bell
Alexander Bell demonstrates wireless transmission of voice 4 years after inventing the telephone. Podcast story teller is Curtis Anderson N4ON curator of the Telephone Museum in Richmond, Virginia. Podcast made during his visit to the Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum in Floyd Virginia.





Alexander Bell demonstrates wireless transmission of voice 4 years after inventing the telephone.

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Curtis Anderson at N4USA
amateur radio station

Curtis Anderson N4ON at the amateur radio station N4USA in our "Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum" in Floyd, Virginia

Here is an audio description of our N4USA radio station








Bugbook Historical Microcomputer Museum
David Larsen
Thank you for the visit Curtis - it was fun to talk about vintage computers, ham radio and old times during our careers of 30 or more years ago.
           ."by David Larsen"  KK4WW Computer Collector Historian 

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