The AWAGroup focus is on the building, restoration and use of Ham Radio transmitters and receivers common to the era 1920-1941.
"My journey is a heck of a lot of fun, I will say that! And you guys on the Group have made it a great deal more accessible with advice, parts, and getting on the air when trying things!" Tom, KN4RRQ
For an introduction to this aspect of our hobby, go to both: W0VLZ's Website & VE7SL's '29 Builder's Links page
For a photo gallery of 1920-'30s transmitter projects, CLICK HERE
For QST articles featuring 1920s and '30s transmitter and receiver projects see, at left: Files / "Articles"
For all issues of QST, December,1915 through 1949 go to: https://www.americanradiohistory.com/QST.htm
73, Lou VE3AWA Moderator
With thanks, our cover photo courtesy of The Collins Aerospace Museum. rockwellcollinsmuseum.org
Although this group is not sponsored by the Antique Wireless Association, many of us
are members of the AWA, the premier organization dedicated to radio history. More information
on the AWA may be found HERE
The Antique Wireless Association sponsors yearly on-air Amateur
events appealing to those having an interest in the earlier days of the hobby.
Visit the 'on-air' events information HERE
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