The Boatanchors Directory
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- DOW KEY RELAY information - very useful site! - thanks N4MW
- 40m and 80m CW 10 Watt Transmitter - by Hans Summers.
- The A1 Transmitter - a BC band mini transmitter using a single 1A7 tube.
- Ameco AC-1 Transmitter - WA9WFA's great little QRP tube CW transmitter.
- Ameco AC-1 by Stephanie Koles - WX3K gets yet ANOTHER Ameco rig on the air.
- Ameco AC-1 - The fabulous legacy - by Joe Tyburczy, WB1GFH
- Ameco AC-1 Transmitter II - Joe Tyburczy, W1GFH has produced a great page including schematics, pictures and stories about this 6V6 novice rig.
- Ameco AC-1 by N4MW - The Aerotron Division version.
- Carrier Current, Low Power AM Transmitters - with plans and schematics
- Central Electronics Transmitters - from WB2FCN
- Codar AT5 Transmitter - and preselectors. From England.
- Collins 204-F Transmitter - AM-2374/URT with 2.5 KW on HF
- MARS 80 and40m AM mobile transmitter - Owned by WB6FZH
- RCA Transmitters - source for parts and information for RCA Broadcast rigs.
- Bartlesville Kilowatt Transmitter - Homebrew rig from 1937, of unique style. Built by W5GAE, Preston Gaddis of Bartlesville, OK., who is now a silent key.
- The BC-610 Page - N3EYR presents an introductory account of his own experiences with this transmitter.
- Besco Internacional - AM - FM Used broadcast transmitters for sale. Dallas, Texas
- Classic Radio Gallery - Transmitters II - Several pages of transmitters on display here.
- Columbia Electronics - Various brands of military surplus tansmitters sold, bought or traded Established 1946 near Los Angeles.
- ECM Transmitters - From SMECC, the Southwest Museum of Engineering, Communications and Computation
- Eldico 60 Watt Transmitter and others - from W5VID.
- Graymark 515 AM Band 50C5 Tube Transmitter - with schematic, pictures and details.
- The Harvey-Wells TBS-50D - Venerable old AM-CW, all-band HF transmitter covering up to 144 MHz band with an 807 final. By WB6FZH.
- Johnson Transmitters Collection - by Andy. WA4KCY
- Johnson Viking Two Transmitter - by WB6FZH.
- Ken Lotts AA7JC - An Ameci AC-1 and a Harvey Wells transmitter plus his homebrew single tube 12 watt transmitter with pictures, and schematics.
- Knight Kit Transmitter For AM Broadcast Band
- might have potential for 160m AM.
- Knight Kit Fan Page - Wireless Broadcaster for the AM Band.
- Knight Kit Wireless Broadcaster - Picture and details.
- LA5KI's Hallicrafters transmitters - The HT-series. Pictures and descriptions.
- Labgear LG300 Transmitter - 5 Band HF rig made in England.
- Lakeshore Phasemaster 2B Retsoration - By KD8MQ.
- Li'l Lulu 6m Transmitter - WB1ASL finds an unusual one.
- Micamold XTR-1 - Great little 25 Watt transmitter for 80, 40 and 20 meters.
- RCA BTA-500R Transmitter Page - by KA2CAF
- Rhode and Schwartz SK010 Transmitter - PDF file with Picture and specifications.
- TPTG Transmitter - A 1929 design built by Mike, KD0AR
- Transmitters R Us - a company that sells Broadcast Transmitters
- Trio-Kenwood TX88DS - Here is an oddball tube transmitter from Japan.
- WRL Globe Chief 90 Transmitter - picture adn sepcifications.
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