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Jeff, WA8SAJ on History of Swan Radio


Events 0 Comments 12/23/2017

2017 Jonesborough, TN

Posted By: Uncle Brad (UncleBrad)
Post Date: 12/23/2017

Jeff Covelli, WA8SAJ, gives a 1/2 hour presentation on Herb Johnson and the origin of Swan Radio Company.  Jeff, a ham since 1965, has had a long career in Avionics and consumer electronics  Today he is highly regarded as a go-to for information and repair of vintage AM and sideband gear.  Electric Radio features several of his articles.

*** NOTE ***

Audio quality is very poor in this video.  Audio pro Bob Heil, who aptly handled the audiovisual chores in the 2016 Jonesborough event, was unable to help in the 2017 activities. 


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