§ Colonel DAY
asked the Postmaster-General if his attention has been drawn to the interference occasioned on the south coast to wireless reception owing to the operation of Morse signalling 2832W from the Newhaven station; and whether he will cause the wave-lengths of the Newhaven and Dieppe stations to be raised to 800 metres in order to avoid such interference?
§ Sir W. MITCHELL -THOMSON
Traffic is already exchanged between the Newhaven and Dieppe wireless stations on the 800 metres wave, although the 300 metres wave is used for obtaining the attention of the Dieppe station which keeps watch on that wave only. Other possible methods of reducing the interference are being investigated.