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|The Royal Corps of Signals Museum The museum web site covers a wide range of interesting issues, including historical matters and museum displays.|
|REME Museum of Technology The Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers Museum of Technology is worth a visit!|
|The Royal Signals Amateur Radio Society web site. Interesting site especially for those who served in the Royal Corps of Signals.|
| Surplus Radio Society
a Dutch group of users and collectors of vintage ex-military (surplus) radio equipment and other nostalgic radio receivers and transmitters. This site has many links.
|Wireless Set No. 19 This site is devoted to the famous Wireless Set No. 19 and has many interesting pages including on-line documentation and technical descriptions.|
| The Wireless-Set-No19 Group Royal Signals
For the open exchange of information and opinions about collecting, restoring, maintaining,
and operating the Wireless Set No. 19 and other HF radios, as well as line equipment,
used by the Allied forces before, during and after World War II.
For organizing operating events with the broadest possible participation.
ALL collectors of vintage military communications equipment are most welcome.