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Above:

Newsroom on Bon Jour

Right::

The Control Room

Right: and Below Right:

Two views of the transmitters installed on Bon Jour


Transmitter

(Claimed) 20Kw  

(2 x 10Kw) Continental Electronics 316B transmitters

Aerial Height

120’  (37m)

Studio

Radio Nord had some of the most modern and sophisticated technical equipment, both in its landbased studios and on board the Bon Jour.

The landbased studios had 4 Exactone tape machines for recording programmes

The onboard studios were equipped with Ampex tape recorders (for replaying pre-recorded programmes)and Spotmaster cassette machines for inserting jingles and commercials into programmes.

Newsroom on Bon Jour Control Room

QSL Cards

Radio station engineering departments issue QSL cards to verify reception reports received from listeners

Above:

Two views of the Control Room on Bon Jour


Right:

Aerial mast on Bon Jour

Photo: Ingemar Lindqvist

Photo: Ingemar Lindqvist

Photo: Ingemar Lindqvist

Photo: Ingemar Lindqvist

Below:

The studio on board Bon Jour


Bottom:

The Spotmaster players in the studio

Transmitter on Bon Jour

Photo: Ingemar Lindqvist

Transmitter on Bon Jour

Photo: Ingemar Lindqvist

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