Links

This will be a link page with the pages I have found useful when browsing the net. If you want to have your URL added, please write me. Also have a look at the Contributions page.

Antique Wireless Association (AWA) has a great website with lots of nice boatanchor and museum links. A nice place to visit!

John Dilks, K2TQN has several sites with wonderful boatanchor information! He manages The Old Radio column in QST, a Radio History page, K2TQNís Old Radio Museum and The New Jersey Antique Radio Club page. Click on these links to drift back in time! Im sure he must be a Texan living in NJ, Swedes canít compete with them :) Very impressed John...

WA3KEY Virtual Collins Radio Museum. A site this good should not be allowed by the US Constitution :) Great place for all Collins lovers...

Tom Perera, W1TP A huge site with tons of telegraph keys and bugs. Might well be the largest in the World. Makes you easily sick and jealous looking, beware! :)

The McElroy collector This is Tom W1IMQs site with info about the old McElroy bugs made. Nice site! Go buy the McElroy book - well worth...

Hampeida My friend Niels site about radio. Also has a guide of prices paid lately on Ebay. Nice place to visit...

Brian Caring, AF4K Has lots of info at his site, donít know how on Earth he have had TIME to make all pages. But on the other hand, he is British and it says it all :)

LB Cebic, W4RNL This is the antenna site on the net! A very nice site with lots of info and pictures. Definitely a authority when it comes to antennas, probably THE best. Very friendly fellow ham...

Vance Gildersleeve, K5CF This is my friend Vance and his homepage, a real oldtimer with +64 years as a licensed amateur. Lots of nice pictures, look at 1940! His son Neil is below.

Radio Bay National Radio Company online museum by Niel WōVLZ, with lots of info and nice pictures of this famous brand.

James Millen, W1HRX Great site about this famous ham who made the National HRO Sr receiver among others. His designs are still working flawlessly after +60 years...

Virtual Swan Radio Museum This is the Swan virtual museum by VE4YH, nice info and lots of pictures.

The Whitney family site by Dick Whitney. A nice place with lots of info about Southbridge, Mass. Makes you want to move there :)

Steve Marquie, W8TOW in Michigan has a nice page and is a AMíer as well and running his WRL Globe Champ 150! Steve is also helping fellow collectors in making replica chasis and front panels of old rigs, email him for details. After working 317 countries, he finally turned backwards in time. Excellent decision made Steve! :)

Chuck Bliley, K3NAU has a beatiful site with the family history. The son of the famous Dawson Bliley W3GV who made all the nice old crystals. The site made by using a Mac :)