Guy shares his nostalgia radio wallpaper for download

Hertzian Vision_2560x1440SWLing Post contributor, Guy Atkins, writes:

I’m writing to let you know of a “nostalgia radio” Windows wallpaper graphic I’ve made available to radio hobbyists. This design is called Hertzian Vision, and I created it three years ago for a few SDR enthusiasts/software authors in Finland. I’d like to offer it to your readers too.

My design was inspired by the SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention in Bellingham, Washington, which opened initially as a showcase for antique radios.

Here is a link to a folder with two sizes of the wallpaper:

https://app.box.com/s/33qzg7ouo3sztzzbnd36ylytt1cp7u3y\

The two high resolution wallpaper files are 1920 x 1200 and 2560 x 1440 pixels.

This is a fantastic graphic you’ve created, Guy–many thanks for sharing it with us!

KMREOn a side note, Guy also informed me that the SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention also operates a low power FM station, (KMRE) that features old time and classic radio shows. You can listen to KMRE online via TuneIn Radio or several other sources.

All morning, I’ve been listening to KMRE via my SStran AM transmitter though my BC-348-Q. Great fun!

[Update: if you have difficulty downloading the wallpaper via the link above, you can download them directly from the SWLing Post server by clicking here and here.]

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7 thoughts on “Guy shares his nostalgia radio wallpaper for download

  1. Guy Atkins

    Actually Thomas, it looks like your first mirrored link is the much smaller header image for the posting, rather than the 2560 X 1440 graphic. The second mirrored link is the correct 1920 X 1200 size.

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  2. Guy Atkins

    That’s odd about the download issues. Today I’ve reached the folder successfully as an anonymous user from the original link, from two different computers and two browsers. However, thanks Thomas for mirroring the files on your own server.

    73, Guy

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    1. Thomas Post author

      I’m still not having difficulty downloading them.

      To help, I just uploaded the graphics directly to the SWLing Post server. I amended the post (at the bottom) with links to both files.

      Best,
      Thomas

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