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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,505,304
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,008
3 noelwoodhouse 2,969,941
4 annmanley 2,242,397
5 John.F.Hall 2,198,784
...
196 n4mv3t 186,974
197 PhilThomas 186,652
198 hyoung 186,609
199 sam.dellit 186,470
200 JudithGabriel 185,214
201 themonument78 185,075

186,470 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 5,462
May 2017 9,421
April 2017 4,175
March 2017 16,181
February 2017 8,553
January 2017 3,425
December 2016 5,649
November 2016 6,761
October 2016 2,630
September 2016 3,581
August 2016 3,979
July 2016 20
June 2016 6,871
May 2016 15,198
April 2016 9,241
March 2016 3,740
February 2016 5,831
January 2016 14,403
December 2015 11,307
November 2015 9,072
October 2015 7,372
September 2015 5,150
August 2015 4,840
July 2015 3,718
June 2015 2,307
May 2015 1,016
April 2015 1,431
March 2015 363
February 2015 211
January 2015 769
December 2014 3,311
November 2014 196
October 2014 3,781
September 2014 1,471
August 2014 467
July 2014 34
May 2014 37
April 2014 30
March 2014 76
February 2014 44
January 2014 126
December 2013 24
December 2011 78
June 2011 69
May 2011 738
April 2011 1,360
March 2011 189
January 2011 134
December 2010 32
August 2010 14
June 2010 12
April 2010 25
October 2009 580
September 2009 8
August 2009 842
July 2009 115

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 4,505,273
2 NeilHamilton 3,078,008
3 noelwoodhouse 2,969,941
4 annmanley 2,242,327
5 John.F.Hall 2,198,779
...
194 IreneKearsey 187,344
195 n4mv3t 186,974
196 hyoung 186,603
197 sam.dellit 186,458
198 JudithGabriel 185,214
199 themonument78 185,062

186,458 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

June 2017 5,462
May 2017 9,421
April 2017 4,163
March 2017 16,181
February 2017 8,553
January 2017 3,425
December 2016 5,649
November 2016 6,761
October 2016 2,630
September 2016 3,581
August 2016 3,979
July 2016 20
June 2016 6,871
May 2016 15,198
April 2016 9,241
March 2016 3,740
February 2016 5,831
January 2016 14,403
December 2015 11,307
November 2015 9,072
October 2015 7,372
September 2015 5,150
August 2015 4,840
July 2015 3,718
June 2015 2,307
May 2015 1,016
April 2015 1,431
March 2015 363
February 2015 211
January 2015 769
December 2014 3,311
November 2014 196
October 2014 3,781
September 2014 1,471
August 2014 467
July 2014 34
May 2014 37
April 2014 30
March 2014 76
February 2014 44
January 2014 126
December 2013 24
December 2011 78
June 2011 69
May 2011 738
April 2011 1,360
March 2011 189
January 2011 134
December 2010 32
August 2010 14
June 2010 12
April 2010 25
October 2009 580
September 2009 8
August 2009 842
July 2009 115

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 96,209
2 mickbrook 84,933
3 murds5 54,198
4 PhilThomas 27,572
5 EricTheRed 20,242
...
785 r.r.jackson 12
786 ravellk3 12
787 rodneyvc 12
788 sam.dellit 12
789 StephanieRyan 12
790 Stephen.J.Arnold 12

12 line(s) corrected.

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April 2017 12


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WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:28 interference, referred to in this column lost
week, Mr. W. H. Conry said that a ma for
lamp In which the filament, when it breaks, does
the circuit ls broken. It may not be until
falls to light that the break is detected. A
Atlantic on December 12, 1D01, which may be
Day." ' This year the institution will hold a
it ls hoped, will be followed by other countries.
-, Part of the celebration will be the. world-
interference, referred to in this column last
week, Mr. W. H. Conry said that a major
lamp in which the filament, when it breaks, does
the circuit is broken. It may not be until
fails to light that the break is detected. A
Atlantic on December 12, 1901, which may be
Day." This year the institution will hold a
it is hoped, will be followed by other countries.
Part of the celebration will be the world-
WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:26 N.S.W. . . . . . 5,850 24,041 2,156 331,542 3,694
Victoria .. 4,280 17,509 3,750 271.38B 521
Queensland.. 2,144 6,104 509 88,461 1,5<15
B. Australia 1,403 5,725 547 00,507 940
W. Australia 1,329 3,752 178 53,344 1,151
Tasmania .. 1,071 1,304 498 25,497 573
CTwealth .. 10,167 58,615 7,737 860,829 8,430
Note: There was a Bain oí 47 experimental
licences and an advance oí six In the number af
are Included In thc above figures.
N.S.W. . . . . . 5,850 24,041 2,156 331,542 3,694
Victoria . . . . 4,280 17,509 3,759 271,388 521
Queensland .. 2,144 6,194 509 88,461 1,545
S. Australia 1,493 5,725 547 90,597 946
W. Australia 1,329 3,752 178 53,344 1,151
Tasmania . . 1,071 1,394 498 25,497 573
C'wealth . . 16,167 58,615 7,737 860,829 8,430
Note: There was a gain of 47 experimental
licences and an advance of six in the number of
are included in the above figures.
WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:19 N.S.W. 5,850 24,041 2,156 331,542 3,604
N.S.W. . . . . . 5,850 24,041 2,156 331,542 3,694
WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:18 Such an Increase would have an effect on
mât:.! as follows:-100 watts, £1550; 250
£4500; 5000 watts, £5000; 50,000 wattB,
' £32,200. The charges include cost of power
In thc case of the 50kw station, about half
While power charges fall to 10 per cent, or
equipment .-ad the aerial arrangements.
about 1000 less than In the previous period.
Thia result was due to a decrease of about
The transactions during September were:
Re- Cnn- In In
New, newed, celled, force, crease.
Such an increase would have an effect on
mated as follows:— 100 watts, £1550; 250
£4500; 5000 watts, £5000; 50,000 watts,
£32,200. The charges include cost of power
In the case of the 50kw station, about half
while power charges fall to 10 per cent, or
equipment and the aerial arrangements.
about 1000 less than in the previous period.
This result was due to a decrease of about
The transactions during September were:—
New, Renewed, Cancelled, In force, Increase.
WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:13 cause of its value in overcoming noise it ls
little practical value. This is because thc
appear to be substantial variations in energy,
For example, the effect of doubling the powei
output is barely appreciable. An increase ta
tl .t is useful, which means that a lOkw
600-watt station to 2kw for the result to bc
worth the effort,
cause of its value in overcoming noise it is
little practical value. This is because the
appear to be substantial variations in energy.
For example, the effect of doubling the power
output is barely appreciable. An increase in
that is useful, which means that a 10kw
500-watt station to 2kw for the result to be
worth the effort.
WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:12 Increase of power is an economic problen
Into which enter many factors, some of then
conflicting. Power by itself is not the onl;
element. There are, for example, the lm
portant matters of wave length and thi
amount of "noise" at the limits of the are¡
which the station ls Intended to serve. Thet
there is the effect of a particular type o
radiator, a matter which is now receivini
considerable attention, and which may havi
a material influence in the future on thi
question of power. Good progress is belni
made in the direction of developing radia
tors which extend the non-fading servlci
area, which means that an increase of powe:
may be desirable so as to give listeners- ai
the edge of the extended area a signal whlcl
will successfully override the natural anc
in the relative amount of energy radlatec
of power without adding to the chance ol
tion to the design of their aerials and bj
Increase of power is an economic problem
Into which enter many factors, some of them
conflicting. Power by itself is not the only
element. There are, for example, the im-
portant matters of wave length and the
amount of "noise" at the limits of the area
which the station is intended to serve. Then
there is the effect of a particular type of
radiator, a matter which is now receiving
considerable attention, and which may have
a material influence in the future on the
question of power. Good progress is being
made in the direction of developing radia-
tors which extend the non-fading service
area, which means that an increase of power
may be desirable so as to give listeners at
the edge of the extended area a signal which
will successfully override the natural and
in the relative amount of energy radiated
of power without adding to the chance of
tion to the design of their aerials and by
WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:09 all are being replaced or newly constructe
according to this scheme, and a number c
previously insignificant lkw transmitters wi
shortly jump to lOOkw or 60kw.
In Australia the leading broadcasting sta
tions, judged by oversea standards, are c
low power. Thc present limit ls 74kw, an
some of the new inland relay stations wi
operato with a power of lOkw. In the eas
of the new national stations, provision i
being made for a substantial increase som
time in the future. Many of the commercic
stations are seeking permission for an in
crease, but there is no indication that it wi
be allowed. The present policy seems to b
to increase the number of stations, and hene
tho number of programme outlet points rathe
than the power of the station. This is un
doubtedly a desirable object, but in the ab
than is at present contemplated it cannot b
all are being replaced or newly constructed
according to this scheme, and a number of
previously insignificant 1kw transmitters will
shortly jump to 100kw or 60kw.
In Australia the leading broadcasting sta-
tions, judged by oversea standards, are of
low power. The present limit is 7½kw, and
some of the new inland relay stations will
operate with a power of 10kw. In the case
of the new national stations, provision is
being made for a substantial increase some
time in the future. Many of the commercial
stations are seeking permission for an in-
crease, but there is no indication that it will
be allowed. The present policy seems to be
to increase the number of stations, and hence
the number of programme outlet points rather
than the power of the station. This is un-
doubtedly a desirable object, but in the ab-
than is at present contemplated it cannot be
WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:06 In Kurope -uch thc same story can t
told, but on that side of the Atlantic becaui
of the absence of effective control over tr,
whola area the growth has been perhai
faster and certainly more haphazard. Thei
has always been a tendency towards a rac
for power, which at times had become £
troublesome that now an international ai
rangement is in force. This agrcemcn
limit of lOOkw on medium-wave stations abov
273 metres; 60kw below this to 240 metres
and 30kw below this. About 200 stations i
In Europe much the same story can be
told, but on that side of the Atlantic because
of the absence of effective control over the
whole area the growth has been perhaps
faster and certainly more haphazard. There
has always been a tendency towards a race
for power, which at times had become so
troublesome that now an international ar-
rangement is in force. This agreement,
limit of 100kw on medium-wave stations above
273 metres; 60kw below this to 240 metres;
and 30kw below this. About 200 stations in
WIRELESS. Transmitter Powers. INCREASE OVERSEAS. (By N. M. GODDARD, B.E.) (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Wednesday 21 October 1936 [Issue No.30,827] page 8 2017-06-23 06:04 S .INCREASE OVERSEAS.

The way in which broadcasting statioi
have increased their power where they hai
been allowed is, brought out well by even
in the United States. In 1924 many operato:
of broadcasting stations in that country wei
strenuously opposed to the allowance <
powers of Ave kilowatts, in those days a hig
power. To-day 50 kilowatt stations ai
common, and one has a power of 600ki
Fourteen other stations are considering tl
use of similar power. The trend is ah
shown by the fact that at the beginning (
1930 the United States had 560 stations wit
an average power of 215 watts, whereas th
year the total ls 637, but thc average pow<
INCREASE OVERSEAS.
The way in which broadcasting stations
have increased their power where they have
been allowed is brought out well by events
in the United States. In 1924 many operators
of broadcasting stations in that country were
strenuously opposed to the allowance of
powers of five kilowatts, in those days a high
power. To-day 50 kilowatt stations are
common, and one has a power of 500kw.
Fourteen other stations are considering the
use of similar power. The trend is also
shown by the fact that at the beginning of
1930 the United States had 566 stations with
an average power of 215 watts, whereas this
year the total is 637, but the average power
RADIO AMATEURS. Post Office Realises Value of Work INSTITUTE'S CONVENTION. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 14 April 1938 [Issue No.31,289] page 12 2017-06-23 06:00 monwealth. It will continue until Monday.
monwealth. It will continue until Monday..

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