For those who know me, for years I was involved in the remote control of radio transmitters.
In 1978, my first experiment was with a modified RCA AT-3 transmitter controlled by DTMF over
PSTN, and a variable frequency of 100khz on 80m was achieved on the pretune transmitter. In 1998 and
during my works at Nortel Networks, I was introduced to the World Wide Web, and subsequently
to the various tools available to construct a web based application to control and simulate a
transmitter front panel. I chose my modified Collins Radio interface and made the frequency
tuning linear as per the outstanding works of the electrical and mechanical engineers of the
Collins Radio company. This interface controls my modified RCN CMC AN/SRT-502 transmitter.
In 1979, one of my contacts, a ham operator from U.S.A., told me "You should try to
use your system on the INTERNET"., at that time I did not know about the internet and I had forgotten about it,
it was the time of the complete phased out of the relays switching telephone system.
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