"Boatanchor Radios" I hope to show some interesting boatanchor radio equipment here, much of it I either own now or have owned in the not too distant past.
Boatanchor Pix "Boatanchor" is amateur radio slang for heavy old tube radio equipment. Originally derogatory, the term is now used affectionately.
Boatanchors Amateur Radio Web Ring - Sites in the ring cover boatanchor topics; operating, restoring, building, buying and selling old tube radio equipment.
Why Boatanchors ? by John Brewer WB5OAU Some may question the desire for 80 pound receivers and 100 pound transmitters, both with ...
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BoatAnchors. The term refers to older equipment-nominally using tubes. Personally, I set my own framework for the term because there is a lot of older ...
ANTIQUE HAM RADIOS AKA BOAT ANCHORS Compiled By AC6V. For QUICK FIND -- USE YOUR BROWSER FIND COMMAND OR DO A Ctrl F, type in the sought after item. E.G.,
What is a boatanchor? A boatanchor is what many people call "vintage tube communication equipment". This includes both military and commercial equipment.
Signals on the Move. We are a group of Radio Amateurs who enjoy restoring and using vintage radio gear. We like the challenge of acquiring, repairing ...
Boatanchor Connectors Reference: K4XL Ken Grimm's BAMA (Boatanchor Manual Archive) BAMA Mirror site: WB4HFN Ron Baker's website A tremendous resource: Collins: