Communication 'Snippets'

©RN Communications Branch Museum/Library

The White Ensign

    

These two Ensigns are held in a suitable container in the museum and are available for loan to the families of those ex communicators that cross the bar. A small brass tally will be added to the lid of the container thus providing a lasting memory of those that have Crossed the Bar.

Communication Snippets - in no particular order
A' Class Boat Radio Fit A Life in the WRNS Aerial Party on Strike Carrier ACPs Extant 1977 American VLF Site - or was it?
Boy Tel WW1 Submarine Story Bunting Tossers Buzzers and Biffers Chief Wren C.E. Gilbert Cold War Machine Cryptography
Cryptography Comms Branch Coterie Comms Branch Management Comms. Chronology Communications 1913
Early Days of the Comms Branch Equal Speed Charlie London Equipment under Refurbishment FAA of the 1960s Stern Flags
Flags and Signalling 1901 Flags, Colours, Ensigns, Bunting Flying the White Ensign H.I.J.M.S. Kongo History of Semaphore
HM Signal School (Pt1) HM Signal School (Pt2) HMS Aphrodite HMS Belfast 1958 HMS Iron Duke W/T Fit
In Memory Jackson of the Defiance Jutland and its Communicators Keeping Secrets Killary Bay Harbour
Maintaining W/T Equipment Malta - All Comms' Together Marconi Advert Morse Problems in the BPF Morse Reception Exercises
Mountbatten's Signalling Lamp Selection of Museum Equipment Equipment Videos Origins of the Communicator Mag. Submarine Aerials
P A R I S Phonetic Alphabet Portishead Radio Pre WW1 W/T Pre WW1 W/T - HMS Vernon
Preston E. Willson (Tugg) Radio Callsigns Radio Receivers Radio Transmitters Red, White, Blue Ensigns
RF Bands in 1913 RN Signal Schools Signals sent by a Submarine Samuel Morse Satellite Communication Trials
Satellite Comms Satellite Trials HMS Wakeful Signalmen & Telegraphist Badges Sparks and Sparkers Casing Party 'hated' Sparkers
Rugby Transmitter Suez War - Comms Overview Suez War - CTF 345 and CTF 311 The Days pre Wireless Comms The Europa Story
The Golden Morse Key The Story of RATT Part 1 The Story of RATT Part 2 The Story of Wat Tyler The Versatile Telegraphist
V/S Sewing Machine V/S by Infra-Red Light WaT not WHAT W/T in the RN circa 1901 World Communications
Signal City Directional Short Wave Aerials Wireless Communications 1912