Except for subscriptions and renewals, the order processing time is now about 2 to 3 weeks due to the high volume of orders.
Welcome to Electric Radio’s New Web Site!
Here you can subscribe to the popular Electric Radio magazine, now in in circulation over 30 years. Electric Radio is published primarily for those who appreciate and continue to use vintage radio communications equipment and also for those who are interested in the rich history of radio.
Please Note: If existing subscribers and customers find their old login will not work on this new site, please contact us for assistance.
Looking for something specific?
If you can’t find it in the store, try the N9OO back issue database.
You can also purchase a number of related products like the popular Collins and Hamarlund repair DVDs, Drake data CDs, Inrush Current Limiters, many books and other products. Choose the Resource selection just to the right, “News Items,” to see important updated information.
We depend on our readers to supply material for Electric Radio. Our reader’s interest is in articles that pertain to vintage amateur or shortwave equipment, with an emphasis on traditional AM, but articles on CW and SSB are also needed. Photos of hams in their radio shacks are always appreciated. We invite those interested in writing for Electric Radio to write, call, or E-Mail the editor. Electric Radio wishes to thank all of our regular contributors for their fine work.
We have found delivery times to be totally unpredictable. In normal times, it used to be about 3-4 days for 1st class delivery and up to 3 weeks for Periodicals-class delivery.
|The 6BN6: An Amazing Little Mixer!||Grayson Evans, KL7UM|
|The Restoration Corner||Doc Murphy, KØGRM|
|Adding a Panadapter to Older Receivers, Part 2||Jeff Covelli, WA8SAJ|
|Vintage Nets||ER Readers,|
|Sixty Cycles?....Maybe!||Ludwell Sibley, KB2EVN|
|A Close Call with the Old PBY||Bob Lackey, W4QBE|
|The Viking Navigator's Meter Revisited||Joe Eide, KB9R|
|A Monument to Amateur Radio||Dr. Ernst Schroeder, DJ7HS|
|The Swan Astro 103 SSB-CW Transceiver||George Misic, KE8RN|
|The WWII Minerva Tropic Master||Tom Harris,|
|Classified Advertising||ER Readers,|