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RADIO SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN


Amateur radio station, 1925. Shows l. to r. valve transmitter valve receiver, horn, loudspeaker and Morse key (photo courtesy of Radio Society of Great Britain)
Description
Amateur radio allows millions worldwide to communicate with each other. Radio amateurs even have their own satellites and can transmit TV pictures from their own homes.The RSGB is the UK’s internationally recognised national society for all radio amateurs.
Website
http://www.rsgb.org.uk
Keywords
Radio; Radio equipment
Access
Mon and Thu, 1000-1600, or with prior permission.
Access for outsiders
Yes

Moving Image, Audio and Related Documentation Holdings

Books
600 books on amateur radio and related subjects.
Equipment
The Museum holds 150 radio exhibits.
Ephemera
Amateur radio museum and archives.
Journals
Amateur radio journals from worldwide societies.
Sound
Recordings of lectures, etc. of amateur radio related topics.
Still Images
Archive photos of radio activities.
Video/Film
Videos. And some 9.5mm, 8mm and 16mm films of amateur radio activities.

Catalogues

Printed catalogue
Library list.
Digitised catalogue
No, not yet.

Main Contact

Name
Mr. John Crabbe
Job title
Librarian/Museum Curator, AM Radio Department
Telephone
01707 659015
Fax
01707 645105
Email
GM.Dept@rsgb.org.uk
Address
Lambda House
Cranborne Road
Potters Bar
EN6 5HU

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