Antique and Amateur
Radio Web Sites:

  1. AB4EL's page,includes the antique radio archives.

  2. The American Radio Relay League site includes "How to Get Started in Ham Radio:",etc.

  3. Antique Radio Classified

  4. Antique Radio Restoration & Repair "WE SPECIALIZE IN RESTORING FAMILY HEIRLOOMS, GRANDMA'S AND GRANDPA'S OLD RADIO, MOM AND DAD'S SPECIAL SET, AND THE RADIOS YOU ENJOYED AS A CHILD!"

  5. The Bellingham Antique Radio Museum

  6. The Boat Anchors Page. WB5OAU/4 's page of vintage communications radios and associated paraphernalia includes a virtual tour of HMCS Haida's radio rooms.

  7. The David Sarnoff Library Non profit, dedicated to the study and celebration of innovation. FWIW Sarnoff is referred to as the 'Darth Vader' of his time in the Farnsworth story below.

  8. farnovision.com/
    The remarkable story of Philo Farnsworth who thought up television theory at the age of fourteen while riding a horse drawn farm implement in Utah in 1923.

  9. Jim's Ham Radio Shack has an animated electron tube, also ARRL information and a virtual tour of all the stuff that hams tend to accumulate.

  10. K1DWU's Ham-Links Collection

  11. Military Equipment List With schematics,pictures,etc.

  12. Phil's Old Radios has links to many other sites,as well as lots of pictures.

  13. Radio Recycler Antique radio repair, restoration, buying and selling.

  14. The rec.antiques.radio-phono FAQ

  15. Rolf Bergendorff's Radio Tekniska Museum

  16. SM0FLY's ( Bram Bottema ) info page

  17. Tubes to Go "Real equipment glows in the dark." (A great site! Tool-time type ape noises would go here,but this is only a '386)

  18. Vintage Radio - Antique radio repair and speaker reconing

  19. Newsgroups: rec.audio.tubes|| rec.antiques.radio+phono

  20. Listserver: The Boatanchors Mailing List for Amateur Radio Equipment and communications receivers,etc..