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This site is dedicated to all fans of vintage Hallicrafters radios!
This is the home of all things HALLICRAFTERS -- equipment information, on-the-air HF Nets, email reflector, nostalgia, Hallicrafters Special Event Station W9WZE, shortwave listening (which is most enjoyable when using a classic Hallicrafters receiver), and other features.

This site is a tribute to Duane B. Fischer, W8DBF(SK) and contains many of his contributions to the SWL and Ham radio community.

If the ham radio community wants this service to continue, it would be nice to receive a little help once in awhile. I have been hosting this site since 2007 and there has been dust on the “Buy me a coffee” button at the bottom of this page for much of that time. If you find this site useful and would like to help keep it online, please click that button occasionally! If you have any suggestions or comments, please send them to w5jt@arrl.net. Thank you!


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Shortcuts to the Excitingstuff!
* New Technical Tips SR-2000 REPAIR Manual 7.0 by WD0GOF!
* New Technical Tips article about SR 400 Cyclone I upgrade to Cyclone II from WD0GOF!
*Hallicrafters BC-610 Info in Voice of Victory Film from World War II Part 1 Part 2
* New Technical Tips article about SR 150 repair from WD0GOF!
* New Technical Tips article about SR SERIES RIT/CAL ADJ DISCUSSION from WD0GOF!
* A manual for the RARE R-649/UR receiver courtesy of Richy N2ZD (large file 39.3Meg)
* SX-28 Information courtesy of Jim Hawkins WA2WHV
* New FPM-200 & HT-2A photos from WA2RQY!
* SX-28 Information courtesy of Western Historic Radio Museum
* DD-1 Information courtesy of Western Historic Radio Museum
* Check the Ads on KG4KZG's "FOR SALE/SWAP" Page

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