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Bendix Radio Foundation Volunteers at Baltimore Museum of Industry (BMI)

21230 Baltimore, MD, United States of America (USA) (Maryland)

Address 1415 Key Highway
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
Museum typ Exhibition
Radio and Kommunication in general
  • TV and image recording
  • Car radios
  • Media
  • Radios (Broadcast receivers)
  • Amateur Radio / Military & Industry Radio

Opening times

Status from 02/2024
Included in the admission to the Baltimore Museum of Industry



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N39.273700° W76.601700°N39°16.42200' W76°36.10200'N39°16'25.3200" W76°36'6.1200"

The Bendix Radio Foundation is a part of Baltimore Museum of Industry

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

USA: Bendix Radio SCR-644 BC-639-(*) (BC-639A (1942)
USA: Bendix Radio TA12B (1945??)
USA: Bendix Radio O526A (0526A) Ch= O-1 (1946)
USA: Bendix Radio 526B Ch= R-1 (1946)
USA: Bendix Radio 526-C Ch= R-1 (1946)
USA: Bendix Radio 646A (1946)
USA: Bendix Radio 626-C (1947)
USA: Bendix Radio 697A Chairside Table (1947)
USA: Bendix Radio 1519 (1947/48)
USA: Bendix Radio 301 (1948)
USA: Bendix Radio 613 (1948)
USA: Tele-Tone Radio Corp TV-149 (1948?)
USA: Bendix Radio 235 M 1 (1949)
USA: Bendix Radio 79M7 (1949)
USA: RCA RCA Victor Co. Victrola 45-EY-3 Ch= RS-136A (1950-52)
USA: Bendix Radio 6003U (1952)
USA: Bendix Radio 753F "The Cascade" (1953)
USA: Bendix Radio 753M "The Marion" (1953)
USA: Bendix Radio T2150 (1956)
USA: General Electric Co. PA-20 (1958)
USA: Bendix Radio Sapphire 1 1BV (1960)

Some example tube pages for sets you can see there:

Transistor 2N1227
Vacuum Pentode 6AG7
Vacuum Pentode 6BA6 (1946)
Double Triode 6SN7
Double Triode 6SN7GTB
Beam Power Tube 6816
Transmitting Tetrode, air 7649


Read first the History of the Bendix Radio Division at

In October of 2000, six former Bendix Radio employees founded the Bendix Radio Foundation (BRF) at the BMI to preserve the company legacy and its six decades of contributions to the radio and communication industry.

Jerry Woodall, a founding member of the Bendix Radio Foundation:
We got started because we were all employed by Bendix Radio; we had knowledge after 30+ years of service with Bendix and felt that the story hadn’t been told. So we are committed to telling the story and recording it for posterity.

October 2020, marks 20 years and counting of a partnership with a dedicated crew of Bendix volunteers. With a wide range of skills including design engineering, program management, senior management, finance, and more, the volunteers have worked to collect and catalog artifacts and documents related to Bendix Radio.

The BMI supports the foundation by providing work space and housing for archival equipment and documentation that allows the volunteers to assist researchers from around the world. Bendix items can be found throughout the museum including in the transportation and communication galleries and on the museum’s milestone wall. presents here one of the many museum pages. We try to bring data for your direct information about all that is relevant. In the list (link above right) you find the complete listing of museums related to "Radio & Co." we have information of. Please help us to be complete and up to date by using the contact form above.



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