I think they meant Radio Transmissions, David - the press never get things right.Did anyone see the old photographs in the Daily Mail the other day showing the Met police in days of old. One picture was captioned that they were using RT - stands for Radio Telegraphy. Couldn't see the morse key though !!
I believe it could have been - indeed the French CRS used morse well into the 80s.The Met used to place recruitment adverts in the REOU 'Signal' and the MNAOA 'Telegraph' for ROs with a morse speed of 20-25 wpm during the 70's.
Was this possibily for Interpol nets at the time?
Oh yes it Can! Must post the one of the airborne copper of the same period! Watch this space Cheers RogerThey used to be Copper, but they were Nicked, now they have to Plod their way back to the Station, before they can Call, Sign, or Book their watch….
Can it get any worse?