The Boatanchors Directory
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- Vintage Car Radio - radios and parts
- R107 Military radios
- R1155 - Two R1155 Receivers
- R1155 & T1154 Radio information page
- R1155 & T1154 Radio information page2
- R1155 and R1154 Radio kit ex Lancaster Dambusters squadron
- R1155 Collectable Radios
- R1155 Receiver & T1154 Transmitter
- R1155 Receiver at Radio-Exports Co.
- R388 Parts for sale
- R390 Page WB7DYW
- R-390A by KK5FE
- R-390A Cosmos PTO
- R-390A LF MODS
- R-390A Restorations - KK4DF
- R-390A-URR by Harry VA3HWV
- R-390F Receivers by Felton Electronic Design
- Racal RA17 and related equipment.
- Radio Attic's Archives - Communications Radios
- Receiver Test Data
- Receivers - Armstrong One Tube from Borden Radio Company - KITS
- Receivers - Eddystone 1002-2
- Receivers - Eddystone 840A
- Receivers - Eddystone EC 10 Mk.II
- receivers - german Tube Based Communications Receivers
- Receivers - Hallicrafters S-55 Ryders Manual online
- Receivers - HQ-160 by KK5FE
- Receivers - HQ-170 by KK5FE
- Receivers - JA1VBN's Star SR-600 Receiver
- Receivers - Mackay Marine
- Receivers - Minerva Tropic Master W-117 by N0ALO
- Receivers - NC-173 by KK5FE
- Receivers - NRC Model CRV-1 General Coverage Receiver from Japan
- Receivers - TRC-1 VHF Receiver from Australia in 1944
- receivers - Valves for the RA17L British version.
- Receivers R-100 _ Espey 581 from Sams 14-10
- Receivers, transmitters A.M. AM transceivers vintage radio vintage Hi-fi classic Hi-fi Leak Quad Radford TL12.1 Quad World Coll
- Lafayette HA-230 receiver with Speaker - picture only.
- Conar 500 receiver - How it works, schematics and much more.
- MISSING LINK: www.shlrc.mq.edu.au/~robinson/museum/ar88.html - RCA AR88LF Receiver - Specifications, photos and history of this rugged WW2 era receiver.
- MISSING LINK: www.thorneyhill.freeserve.co.uk/ar88.html - AR88D Receiver - Picture and information about this classic RCA HF receiver.
- MISSING LINK - was: homepage.ntlworld.com/steven.whiting/ar88.htm - Steven Whiting presents some more useful information on old comm receivers.
- AR88 Receiver site of G3GIQ
- AR88 Manuals - free for downloading - From the BAMA Mirror
- RCA AR88 Receiver mentioned by an
enthusiast in London
- Barlow Wadley portable radio - Pictures, information etc.
- Barlow Wadley XCR-30 Mark II - A grand shortwave radio.
- Boatanchor Dreams - VE7DJX, Jan Skirrow. Information on the R-390 series of radios, including some edited collections of e-mail that provide a quick overview of the radio, its quirks and problems.
- Early Battery Sets - Amplified Crystal Sets.
- EB5AGV's Reception Set R-107 - All about this British WW II era receiver that many in Britain used as SW listeners in the 1960s and 70s.
- Eddystone - Classic British Receivers - The Story of Eddystone Radios from 1898 to 1973. There are 36 pages of history and model data.
- Gerard's Radio Corner - European receivers and test equipment.
- Hammarlund HQ-180A - NQ5T provides information about this grand old receiver.
- The Hammarlund Room - A picture and description of the Hammarlund HQ-180 receiver by KA0VSL.
- HRO-600 Receiver - WA5VLZ provides information about this classic receiver with description, and pictures.
- HRO Receiver Models - WA5VLZ, Neil, shows the tube line-ups and gives a description of each model.
- Immortal GRE Communication Receivers - GRE was the Japanese company behind the names that were placed on some of their receiver models sold in the USA that may surprise you.
- 51J-4 Receiver - WA3KEY presents everything you need to know about the Collins 51J4.
- K1 OM's RME - Pictures of an old RME DB-20receive preselector
- KA1GTT Boatanchors - Pictures, and information about the Drake 2B, and 2C receivers.
- KB5CQ Receivers Site - Links to the HBR tube receivers, and Heath gear mods.
- Keith's Racal Page - Information on full range of Racal RA series receivers and associated equipment.
- Marconi B28 Receiver - In the radio room, aboard the "Haida". Two photographs, and technical information.
- Phil's Hallicrafters and Hammarlund Radios - Articles about these communications receivers and others at the "Phil's Old Radios" site.
- The R-390A Frequently Asked Questions Page - Everything you need to know about these surplus receivers.
- R-390A Restorations - KK4DF - Details on rebuilding Collins R-390A receivers. Pictures show details of restoration, and documents are available to help you.
- R-1051B Receiver - Information, pictures, and notes. By Nolan Lee.
- RACAL PAGE - by Jose Gavila, EB5AGV - covers the RA117 etc.
- Racal RA-117 Discussion List Articles - by EB5AGV
- Receiver Projects - Two ham receiver construction articles from old ARRL Handbooks.
- RME84 Receiver Information - by Joel, W1GFH.
- The Select-O-Ject - Construction article for builing this receiver accessory to filter out crud. Schematic diagram and parts list are included.
- SWL Kurt Brandstetter - Numerous pictures of unusual receivers. Some newer. Includes a rare Sommerkamp FR50B. From Vienna in Austria.
- SX-28 - W8UT, Al shows his Hallicrafters SX-28 restoration project.
- Table of Intermediate Frequencies (i.f.) of Various Radios - Including many types.
- Tube Type Receivers - Specificatiosns and pictures for a variety of old shortwave receivers.
- Yaesu FR-50 Receiver - An unusual early Yaesu radio.
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