|Name:||Advanced Electronic Applications, Inc. - Lynnwood (USA)|
Advanced Electronic Applications, Inc. - Lynnwood, Wa.
Founded in the mid 1970's by two Ham Radio entrepreneurs "Advanced Electronic Applications" designed and manufactured creative, advanced equipment and antennas for the amateur radio market. Throughout the 1980's and 1990's it was a respected leader in this market. In the 1990's AEA underwent a change in name to AEA Wireless, Inc. and in ownership moving from Lynnwood, WA, to southern CA. In 2001, AEA Wireless was purchased by the current owner, CEO and President, George Naber. George redirected the company away from the fading Ham market to concentrate on the commercial RF and cable testing markets. The new AEA, now AEA Technology, Inc., still supports a loyal Ham following, but is quickly being recognized for providing high-quality, rugged, portable RF and cable testing solutions.
This manufacturer was suggested by Bernd P. Kieck.
|USA||87||Pakratt PK-232||Advance Electric Pakratt PK-232.Terminal für RTTY in Baudot und ASCII, AMTOR ARQ und FEC, ...|
|USA||78||MorseMatic MM-1||2N3904||ICs: 5Advanced Electronic Applications MorseMatic MM-1.Keyer and trainer speed range: 2 to...|
|USA||85||DX Handy 10m SSB/CW Transceiver MX-28S||AEA 10m SSB/CW Transceiver MX-28S; Ext. key, speaker & mic terminal, BNC antenna termin...|
|USA||82||Basic Morse Trainer BT-1||2N3904||ICs: 2Advanced Electronic Applications, Inc. Basic Morse Trainer BT-1."The BT-1 Basic Trai...|
|USA||89||The Morse Machine MM-3||AEA The Morse Machine MM-3 2–255 WPM programmable or 2–99 WPM variable speed; 8000 ...|