Antique Wireless Association

Resources 0 Comments 01/22/2019

Posted By: Bradley Stone (UncleBrad)

The AWA  Vision: "To preserve and share the history of technology used to communicate and entertain from the first telegram to today’s wireless text messaging."

This site is LOADED site contains is the home of the journal and museum with lots of content to check out.

   Larry, WB9FHP, maintains a comprehensive list of daily and weekly nets on the HF and VHF bands in the Indiana and surrounding states....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  04/19/2019 
   Bob, W9RAN, has scanned and made available to all Boys Fun Book - Things to Make and Do, which contains instructions on building the "Foxhole Radio" (constructed with a razor blade).  I remember Dad told me about these, but I've never seen a working example.  Bob and his father successfully built one.  ...  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  04/19/2019 
   Dr. Greg Latta, AA8V, shares information and pictures of his projects.  He's inspired others, because a nice version of his 6x2 Superheterodyne Receiver showed up on EBay....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  03/31/2019 
   Fair Radio Sales has been around since 1947.  When I was a kid, I used to get their catalog, which had boatloads perplexingly ugly early GE VHF gear (AKA: Highway Patrol).   Very reasonable prices on R-390s, Collins, Hammarlund and other receivers, parts, manuals, tools and lots more.  You can order online....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  03/27/2019 
   Bob Nickels, W9RAN, shares some knowledge about the rare and desirable Stoner SSB Citizen Band products....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  03/26/2019 
   Featuring Vintage & Used Amateur Radio Gear, Restoration Parts, and Many Hard to Find Items .  Swan and Drake power supply rebuild kits, receivers, transmitters, T/R relays and other cools stuff - including an HT-9 that belonged to Bill Halligan himself....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  03/17/2019 
   In 1919, Q.G. Noblitt, Frank Sparks, and Al Redmond formed a small manufacturing business then known as the Indianapolis Air Pump Company.  Later known as Indianapolis Pump & Tube and then Noblitt-Sparks, it took on the name Arvin in 1950.  In 2000, after a merger with Meritor, Inc, it became ArvinMeritor for a few years.  But then, sadly, Arvin disappeared from the name as well...  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  03/15/2019 
   This plating, polishing and powdercoating is highly-rated by the best restorers.  They are located in Nashville, TN....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  03/15/2019 
   Sales, restoration/service, buy, sell & trade vintage radios....  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  03/15/2019 
   There was once a time in this nation's history that involved many historical events including industrial and technical advances which required electronics.  During the early era of this electronic age, the vacuum tube was at the core of such advancements.With all the modern day conveniences we currently enjoy, most of their heritage can be traced to the vacuum tube.It is with the greatest...  READ MORE
- Bradley Stone (UncleBrad),  03/15/2019 

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Bob, W9RAN, announces the VERSA-TR

Featured in the December 2018 issue of QST
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Check Out the National NC-183D!

Thanks to Jerry, K9GAS, for this superb example.
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W9RAN Restores an Eldico TR1-TV

Globe King competitor gets a new life.
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Build Your Own Altair 8800 Personal Computer

Go back to 1974 and the dawn of home computing with this Arduino-based kit
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SK: John Clemens, W0BD

Designer of the Mosley CM-1 Receiver
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The Philo T. Farnsworth Syndrome

Forgotten Relics of Inventor of Electronic TV
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New Arrival: Swan 700CX SS-16B Transceiver

This 1974 powerhouse features two 8950 PA tubes and a 16-pole filter.

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