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TAKE A LOOK at the great RADIO PICTURES on-line at the Usenet Newsgroup:
alt.binaries.pictures.radio and if your ISP doesn't carry it,
contact them and INSIST that they get it for you! Here you will find picture files you can download and display. There are pictures of every kind of amateur, shortwave, vintage and latest ham radios etc.! ENJOY!
Over 250 Great Vintage Radio Links and Growing!
- Charlie, W5AM presents: The Classic Radio Hall of Fame
- Norm Hunt, W1FIF's Excellent Boatanchor Web Site from Ellicott City, MD
- Antique Wireless Association of Carolinas
Military Surplus Radios
- VE3FAB's wonderful B-24 Military Radios: BC375/BC-348 etc.
- WB6FZH-Greg Greenwood's Classic & Military Radios
- The Military Vehicle and Radio Trading Page
- ARMY RADIO USA
- ARMY RADIO UK
Ray Robinson's R-1155 Receiver Information & Pictures: Best 1155 Set site on the web!
Ray Robinson's AR-88 Receiver Information & Pictures: similarly great!
- Military Radio Collectors Group MRCG
Hams' Collections On-line
- KA0VSL Virtual Museum of Thermonic Emitters and Vintage Digital Communication Devices
- Rich Vidmar KF6GK, Boatanchor Radio enthusiast
- The R-107 Receiver Page by Jose, EB5AGV
- W3AM, Gary Blau's AM Page - very useful information site
- AM North America's Bulletin Board - chat with other AM operators!!
- AM Amateur Radio Reflector - E-mailing List for AM ops
- Vintage Radio Emporium (UK) with a notice board, quiz and more!
- A Great Boatanchor and AM Frequency Chart by N9BOR - very useful
- W5AMI's AM Radio E-mail List
- VE3FGU: More pictures including the /mm boat for 6m
- VE3FGU's 6m maritime mobile AM station
- Columbia Electronics: They sell Military radios & test sets and have manuals for same
- The AM Buffalo web site
- Some history of Broadcast Radio Hardware
- Norwegian Antique
Radio Society ( NRHF) home page , also in English. Tandberg etc.
- W1FIF's Cigar Box 6V6 Transmitter!
- Archives from the new AM RADIO e-mail list: Great discussions on Amateur AM operating
- Radio Junk Quiz - online fun! No one has 100% yet (as of Oct 12, 1998)
- Nostalgia Air Vintage Radio - Free downloads schem & manuals (no military)
- Ken Grimm, K4XL's BoatAnchor Manual Archive FTP site
- Astro Too Surplus Electronic Equipment, Melbourne, Florida - mostly test gear
RIGS Listed by MANUFACTURER
- WB1GFH, JT's Ameco Kit-building Story from the Old Days of Radio
- CLEGG MANUALS ON-LINE
- The Drake Virtual Museum - send them more pictures.
- Grant Youngman's Hammarlund HQ-180 page
- Hammarlund SP-600 web site
- The Harvey Wells TBS-50 Page
- Bill Wilkinson's Heathkit
Page: History, Repair Information etc. etc.
- N5DUP, Paul's E.F. Johnson Site
- Steven Marquie, WB9TOW/8 runs a Johnson Valiant on AM
- KNIGHT RADIO
- The James Millen & Co. Page by N9OO - excellent!
- The NATIONAL HRO Receivers Page
- The NATIONAL HRO-600 Receiver
List of National Products
- SWAN MANUALS ON-LINE
- Gary Smith VE4YH's SWAN WEB SITE
- SWAN Radio Newsletters and Notes On-line
- KB9BNR's WRL / GLOBE RADIO PAGE
- Simon Buxton, VK2EII - Boatanchor Enthusiast from 'Down Under!'
- Mike Toneri, VE3FGU - a Boatanchor enthusiast!
- Nick's info about matching speakers for vintage communications receivers
- WB6FZH/KH6, Greg Greenwood: Boatanchor & QRP op
- Bill Griffith VE3WGX's NEW Boatanchors Page!
- Savoy Hill Publications by Tudor Gwilliam-Rees - manuals for radios 1914-1980
- Display Electronics Co. in London, England - surplus parts & test equipment
- The history of early radio
- The Bartlesville AM Kilowatt, circa 1937 - A MUST SEE web site!
- Electric Radio Magazine Index. By Don, N9OO - (Requires Java Enabled Browser)
The GLOWBUGS List Archives site!
- Erwin Cremers Military Radios Page
- Radio Devices Co. QRP Kits, BA books etc.
- W2FNT: Manuals, Used BA Radios & accessories, mics etc.
- Nolan Lee's Redneck Boatanchor Page - with R-1051B, TV-/U and TV-7/U tube tester information
- W5AMI's 'AM NORTH AMERICA' Site (Including the Leo Meyerson Museum)
- Hampedia: Lookup information about almost ANY piece of ham radio gear
- AM op Ron Johnson's Boatanchor Collection
- Nortex Electronics - parts, test equipment, surplus items etc.
- Lindsay Books - have some cool publications about early electrical and radio topics - interesting site anyway!
- Bryce, KIØLE, specializing in Boatanchor rigs with pictures!
- Radios Antigos by João Mello in Brasil
- Jim Coe, W5JI's main Boatanchor Page
- The Glowbugs FTPsite - loads of data, QST articles etc. etc.
- Mods & homebrewing tips for tube rigs, from the GLOWBUGS archives at N6EV
- Jan Philip Wusten's excellent pages listing sources for older style electronic parts (Germany)
- The Amateur's Code of Ethics
- W1FJI's Wireless Museum on-line
- W1TP's Telegraph Museum
- The Museum of Radio and Technology in Huntington, West Virginia
- Steve Hurst, KA7NOC's Boatanchor page
- VE3AAM's 'NORTHLAND RADIO' - supplier of powerful used AM BC Transmitters, boatanchor parts etc.
- Roy Schmaus's Tube Technology Pages
- SMC Electronics - surplus and refurbished electronic equipment including repair/replacement/experimenter parts and accessories
- Associated Radio: USED ham gear
- Gateway Electronics in St. Louis, MO
- W3DX Heathkit Page
- Boatanchor email list archives
Jack Ponton GM0RWU's Military Radios (UK)
- WA5VLZ's National Web page
- CWest Tube sales
- The Antique Radio Classified Web site
- Tesla's, 'Transmision of Electrical Energy without Wires.'
- Edison's, 'Man and Machine.'
- Steinmetz's, 'The White Revolution.'
- Franklin's, 'Kite Experiment and Lightning Rods.'
- Edison, Steinmetz, and Tesla's, 'Notes on Electrical Education.'
- Military Radio Equipment List
- W7FG Vintage Manuals--The latest catalog of over 3000 manuals is online
- WA4KCY Vintage Amateur Radio Web Page
- TF2WIY's Wonderful WW2 Navy Radio Op's Story
- Heathkit virtual museum
- Original Heathkit Web site
- Vacuum Tubes Inc.
- Military Equipment List, by Bill Beech, NJ7P
- TEARA's Link Page
- WA3KEY Virtual Collins Radio Museum
- Niel, WA5VLZ's Radio Bay - now including TNT and Thordarson transmitter write-ups
- VE4YH Virtual SWAN Museum
- August Johnson's Old Radios
- Nick's Vintage Ham Radio Gear
- Roger A. McCarty, KD6CC web site
- Classic Radios by NQ5T
- Art Marshall, W1FJI
- Bart Berg K8IRC
- W2EC operating position
- W7FG's photos
- Jose Gavila's collection
- PE1MGR's site
- The Museum of Radio and Technology
- The Canadian Military Communications and Electronics Museum.
- Wullenweber elephant cage picture
- Here is a Canadian Wullenweber.
- For ARRL's list of sources for manuals, try the ARRLWeb: Locating Equipment Manuals
- ARRL also has a useful bibliography of Product Reviews published in QST since 1965.
SHIPPING THOSE BA-s
- U.S. Postal Service
- UPS rate
- UPS TRACKING
- FEDEX TRACKING
Even MORE Boatanchor Links!!
- WA2RQY, Rich's Great BA page
- W.J. Ford Surplus Co.
- Adamson's Antique Radio Page
- W2AEE in the 1950's from W1EOX
- AuctionWeb Classifieds Search
- COMING ANTIQUE RADIO EVENTS
- Antique Radio Classified
- Antique Sound USA: VERY high priced tube audio kits!
- AuctionWeb Listings - Consumer Electronics
- ABC Communication Systems, Inc. Used Datacomm & Radio Equipment
- Angela Instruments- parts, tubes, transformers, kits, caps etc.
- WA4KCY, Andy's Vintage Ham page
- N6EV's Amateur Radio Home Page
- N6EV's Amateur Radio Glowbugs Page
- Glowbugs Bibliography (Tube xmtr articles)
- Thor Electronics Co, tubes, transistors etc.
- KB8TAD's Boatanchor Pix
- A.R.S. KE4OOO
- FCTG's Valve/Tube DATA! GREAT tube pinouts & data!
- SND Tubes, Tube Testers & Parts
- Amateur Radio Homebrew Projects on the Net
- Nick England: Vintage Ham Radio Gear and Boatanchors FAQ
- Michelle's Vacuum Tube Links
- Vacuum Tube Data
- Curioscape - Directory of Antiques and Collectibles
- Electronic Switch Company, Inc. Antennas, Vintage amateur equipment and Keys etc.
- Fall 97 CX Newsletter
- ANTIQUE WIRELESS ASSOCIATION, INC
- The T-368 Transmitter Page, by KG2IC
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