In "Marine Radio in the 1632 Universe" (Grantville Gazette 52) and "1636: Marine Radio in the Mediterranean" (Gazette 66) we explored the possibilities for communication across salt water. We also considered, briefly, a few overland paths of special interest to the Navy and commercial shipping interests.
Here, we'll turn the focus to communication across land. As before, we'll concentrate on reliable Morse code message-handling at commercial speeds and not other radio services such . . .
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- The Grantville Gazette Staff