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Left: the Production Studio on board MV Peace
Right: the Record Library
Originally there were two 25Kw Collins transmitters which had been donated to the Peace Foundation and rebuilt by VOP engineers)
(Power increased to 75Kw from September 1977)
A Nautel FM transmitter ( installed April 1980, replaced May 1988)
On 11th/12th May 1987 a new 10 Kw Nautel Ampfet 10 medium wave transmitter was installed on the MV Peace
The original 160' aerial mast (originally intended for the first RNI ship, Mebo I and donated to the Peace Foundation by Mebo Ltd) collapsed on 27th January 1981)
A new mast was installed in February 1981 (this collapsed after 10 days and was replaced by a wire aerial slung between the ship's own masts
In mid-April 1981 a new aerial mast was erected on board the ship
May 1983 the medium wave aerial was rebuilt to its full height - the station had been operating on a slung wire antenna for some time
July 1983 a centre fold dipole aerial was rigged between the radio ship's foremast and midships mast to enable shortwave transmissions to resume
Gates mixer, Gates turntables, Gates cartridge machines.
Sennheiser lightweight headphones.
Right and Below : two views of the studio on board MV Peace
Below Left: The main studio, Tony Stevens on air.
Photo: Hans Knot
Top left: the original AM transmitters on board MV Peace
Top right: the stereo FM transmitter on board MV Peace
Right and Below: three views of the aerial mast on board MV Peace (originally installed on (Mebo 1) RNI. )
Radio station engineering departments issue QSL cards to verify reception reports received from listeners
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