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Keep Your Shack Warm In The Winter With Drake Radios.

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Moderator:  Garey Barrell / K4OAH

We have over 1300 members, and average over 500 posts / month.

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Great old boat-anchors that were American made, and they are still a great radio!! We are here to support and help other collectors and users of these fine old radios and their accessories. These great ham radios are pretty solid performers and can still hold their own.  They are well worth the effort to rescue  hamfest and e-bay "parts" rigs.  You will find help from experienced users, and meet many others who simply share your enthusiasm for these radios.




 Check out the What's New section for all the latest updates to this site.

  Take a look at these featured articles written by other Drake users.

  Drake 4-Line Internal Digital Frequency Diaplay

  Drake Parts, Materials and Resources

  INRAD 2.8Khz SSB Filter For the TR-7(A)

  Drake TR-7 Front Panel Transmit Power Control

  Replacement Power Switch For The L4B Amp

  Unraveling the Drake TR4 SSB Filter Scheme

  Drake L-4B, Table Top Amplifier redesign

  TR-7 Improvements - X-Lock Stabilizer

  What's Inside the Drake TR-7 Transceiver

  Radio Refurbishing Before Restoration     

  Restoring Drake TR-7 Amp To Full Output

  Drake AC-4 & AC-3 Power Supply Upgrade

  Useful Function for the TR7 "Store Switch"

  Identifying Drake TR7 & TR7A Differences

  Drake PTO - Smooth and Silky

  Drake TR7 Wide Band AM Modification

  The History Behind The RL Drake Company

  Visit the Drake Virtual Museum   Here is a great Drake website sponsored by Sindre Thorp, LA6OP.    You will find an extensive amount of Drake information.  This site has pictures and information on almost every piece of Drake Ham equipment.

  Do you consider yourself a Drake Collector, whether it be a few radios, small collection or large, proudly display this emblem.  Just copy and paste the picture to your e-mail, website or other projects.


The Drake Net:

Join the fun, tune into the Drake Technical Net.    The net is every Sunday at 4:00pm EST / 3:00PM CST on 7.238Mhz.  The Drake Technical Net is a technical session for troubleshooting help, looking for parts, repair assistance and advice.

Check out the previous Dayton Hamvention's and Drake Forum's.   One of the high lights at Dayton for the Drakester is the annual Drake Forum on Saturday.