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http://www.atco.tv/

Meeting dates, repeater frequencies, technical data summary, and transmitter information. Columbus, Ohio.

http://atn-tv.org/

Amateur television information for several states in the United States. Lists nets, repeater maps and provides an application form.

http://pe1dwq.nl/

Netherlands-based amateur Frits presents station information, ATV projects, photos and links.

http://www.batc.tv/

ATV stations portal features film archive, and list of repeaters.

http://www.nostalgickitscentral.com/

KB7RGG's comprehensive site with information about the era of electronic kits.

http://www.ominous-valve.com/

List and description, includes: B and W, Central Electronics, Collins, E. F. Johnson, Gonset, Hallicrafters, Hammarlund, Heath, National, Drake.

http://www.virhistory.com/

Answers questions about vintage tube-type ham radio and communications equipment.

http://www.noobowsystems.org/

Projects on shortwave and amateur radio receivers, with pictures. [Japanese and English]

http://www.g3ynh.info/

G3YNH provides a collection of scientific articles on the subject of impedance,impedance matching and high-frequency power transmission, Racal RA17 and related equipment, Trio / Kenwood TS-430S information, and numerical indicator (Nixie*) tubes.

http://www.dealamerica.com/

Includes classifieds, auction, Hallicrafters HT-37 audio mods, Globe King 500B and Globe Champion 300-A photos and details, and 75 meter AM audio files.

http://wa4kcy.com/

WA4KCY's list of AM resources. Includes pictures and a list of southeastern USA hamfests.

http://www.w3am.com/

Celebrating and promoting amplitude modulation on the ham bands. From south Florida.

http://www.amfone.net/

Exists to promote and serve the needs of the AM community. Includes AM Press/Exchange Online publication, and the AM Radio Email Reflector.

http://www.amwindow.org/

A resource for AMers that includes mods and tutorials.

http://crossbandradio.com/

AM station described. Also, learn how to convert AM broadcast radios to receive one sixty meters.

http://www.k2pg.com/

Dedicated to AM on the amateur bands, the restoration of boatanchors and retired broadcast transmitters.

http://www.arizona-am.net/

Pictures and descriptions of stations in the Phoenix, Arizona area utilizing AM and older transmitters and receivers.

http://greyhairnet.org/

Promoting AM operation on the 160 meter band.

http://www.linoesposito.it/

Collins receivers 1950s-1980s plus other Collins radio information.

http://www.tactical-link.com/

312B-5 restoration photographs.

http://www.radioworks.com/

Description and opinions of the S-Line radios.

http://www.hypertools.com/

Military radio piece with its history, lore, and photographs.

http://hug-a-bug.com/

A collection of classic and military Collins radios, each with pictures and specifications.

http://www.n2ckh.com/

N2CKH presents a page about this classic military or commercial unit.

http://www.aa9tt.com/

Contains Collins' descriptions and photographs, and an add-on component page.

http://www.radioing.com/

Virtual museum honors the Collins radios manufactured for ham radio use as well as some of the commercial radios which later became popular for amateur applications.

http://collinsra.org/

Club for Collins radio enthusiasts. Includes award information and calendar.

http://www.bliley.net/

History of the company that invented and patented the overtone crystal, etch-to-frequency and variable crystals. Source for ads, engineering bulletins, patents and manuals.

http://www.zerobeat.net/

Includes message board, technical notes, modification and parts information, and links.

http://www.rigpix.com/

Pictures and information about several receivers, transmitters, VHF/UHF and HF.