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- Collins - Bob W0YVA
- Collins 618T
- Collins 75A-1 Receiver by KK5FE
- Collins AN-PRC-47
- Collins And National Reproductions by Advanced Optics Limited - UK
- Collins Collectors Association - KWS-1
- Collins HP23 Conversion Article - how to use your KWM2 with a Heathkit HP23 by KJ7FX.
- Collins KWS-1 Transmitter at WA3KWY
- Collins PTO Identification Guide
- COLLINS QUICK REFERENCE
- Collins Radio Classics - Collins KWS-1 Transmitter
- Collins Radio Company Australasia - History
- Collins Radio Repair - WB7DYW
- Collins Repairs
- Collins Restoration Projects - Japan
- Collins T440 Transmitter
- COLLINS TOPICS - S-line crystals - using 2nd bank of 14 xtals
- Collins-Drake-Heathkit Tube List
- The Collins KWM-2 Story by Chuck Felton
- 32V AC Wiring Danger - Chuck Rippel, WA4HHG shares some expertise on his 32V-3 work.
- 75A2 Collins Receiver 1951 - Picture and technical review by WB6FZH.
- 75A-3 Receiver - AA9TT's page for the Collins 75A-3. Has links to several other pages about different models. Very informative.
- 75A4 - The Seven Deadly Caps - Chuck Rippel has a very useful technical article for Collins fans.
- Collins compendium by VK3JQ/VK3KCM - Collins Amateur radio equipment plus information and links about glowbugs, boatanchors and antique valve radio equipment.
- Collins 204F-1 - N2CKH presents a page about this classic military or commercial unit.
- Collins KWS-1 and 75A4 - Pictures and information about this classic SSB pair.
- Collins i.f. Filters - Information from Barend Hendriksen HF Elektronica, Netherlands.
- Collins i.f. Filters - Information from WA3KEY.
- Collins R390A Filter Family - Information from Charles Rippel.
- Collins i.f. Filters - Information from Surplus Sales, Toronto.
- Collins i.f. Filters - Information from Sherwood Engineering.
- Collins i.f. Filters - Information from Collins Radio Org.
- Collins i.f. Filters - History from Rockwell-Collins
- Collins i.f. Filters - Information from Rockwell-Collins.
- KWS-1 Blower Fan Repair - how to replace your bearings!
- Collins Net Frequencies - find other enthusiasts.
- Collins Quick reference - 1946-1980 HF Amateur Radio Models.
- Collins Radio Repair - service offered by WB7DYW, Dutch Maurer.
- Collins PTO Guide - A list of some of the Collins PTOs and what radios they were in.
- Collins PTO DIscussion - the various merits of all the types of PTOS out there.
- Collins R-390 Receiver - N5BU has some great pictures and a good description of his fine receiver here. DEAD LINK JAN 19, 2004.
- Collins Radio Association - A helpful club for Collins Radio enthusiasts.
- Collins Radio Classics - A virtual museum honoring the Collins classics of Amateur Radio.
- Collins R-389/URR VLF Receiver - Picture galleries and specifications of the Collins R-389/URR VLF Receiver, the famous tube type LF
receiver built for the military. It is favored by many low frequency operators.
- Collins S-Line - Interesting thoughts commentary and description of these classic radios.
- Collins Stock Certificate - by WA9WFA.
- Collins 637T-1 Antenna - Portable tape dipole information and instructions. From N4XY.
- 1951 Collins 32V3 AM Transmitter - Picture and brief description by WB6FZH.
- The Gold Dust Twins - 75A4 and KWS-1 pictures and commentary.
- 51H-3 HF receiver - Military radio piece with its history, lore, and photographs.
- Jay Miller, KK5IM - Vintage ham radio equipment information and operating. Includes Collins.
- K2FW Amateur Radio Station - Pictures of his Collins, Eico and Barker and Williamson rigs.
- 30L-1 Linear Amplifier - Information and photos of this Collins linear.
- Lino Esposito's Collins Collection - Collins receivers 1950s-1980s plus other Collins Radio information.
- R-390A Restoration by KK4DF - Article on rebuilding Collins R-390A receivers. Many pictures show the details. Documents are here for those who wish to try it.
- R-390A Receivers on Palettes - view them and weep!
- Real Radios Have Motors - 'Real radios have motors' is an overview of five generations of remotely tuned radio receivers from the Collins Radio Company. 'The lucky grunt' is a selection of military backpack radios.
- Ronnie Reams - 312B-5 restoration photographs.
- Table of Intermediate Frequencies (i.f.) of Various Radios - Including Collins.
- TCS-12 and R-390 Collins Radios - Also shown is an HRO receiver.
- WA3KEY Virtual Collins Radio Museum - A complete resource for Collins radio users, collectors and restorers.
- W5TX presents Collins Information and Links - He worked at Collins for 32 years.
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