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Swan and Vintage Radio Trader

Click To Enter The SWAN & Vintage Radio Trading Area Here

New/Used Parts & Service:

AF4K Crystals - Supplier of FT243 and HC6U Amateur Band Cystals
Antique Electronic Supply - Electron Tubes
Debbie's Parts Corner - Electron Tubes and Radio Equipment
Mouser Electronics - HV Capacitors
International Crystal Manufacturing - Crystals
International Radio - Crystal Filters
TRESCO - Cinch Jones Plugs
Lashen Electronics - Contact Cleaner
R L Drake - Drake Replacement Parts
George H. Fathauer & Assoc., LLC - Early Radio & Collector Tubes
Crystal Swapping Message Board

Swan Electronics Equipment Manuals & Other Related Publications

  • Siltronix
  • Cubic Communications (Astro Line)
  • ATLAS Radio

Jim Singleton Publications

109 Rainbow Drive
PMB 975
Livingston, Texas 77399
(775) 781 4054

Cubic Communications, former manufacturer of both Swan and Cubic amateur radio equipment, has authorized Jim Singleton Publications (formerly Brock Publications) to produce Instruction and Operating Manuals associated with all Swan and Cubic amateur radio communications equipment and accessories. In recent years, Atlas and Siltronix Radio manuals have been added to the list of available publications.

Orders and inquiries can be made to:

Jim Singleton Publications
109 Rainbow Drive
PMB 975
Livingston, Texas 77399
(775) 781 4054

Other Swan Radio Network Pages:

Swan Radio Network
Swan & Vintage Radio TechLine
Swan Radio Network Exchange Links
Swan Power Amplifier Tube Data
Swan General Hobby & Sports News
Swan Net Silent Keys


NASCAR & Motorsports Forums
NASCAR "State of the Union"
NASCAR: New National Passtime
Glossary of NASCAR & Motorsports Sponsorship Websites

Philosophy, History & Education:

Charlton Heston at Harvard
Lynn Montrose and The Fall of Rome
Ogden Manware says "Get Smart"
Ham Radio Reading

The SWAN Radio QSO Room is accessed by clicking on the button below. No special password is required in order to enter this room. It is only necessary to enter a username, nickname or callsign, etc in the top blank that appears in the chat frame. If you fill in any of the lower three blanks spaces, you will need to remember what you put in there for future use. If you want to protect your username from being used by anyone else, you must make up and enter a password. Then, each time you come to the SWAN Radio QSO Room and enter that username, you will also need to enter that password.

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