Category: Radio Control Equipment

New Scale Exhibit Opens at National Model Aviation Museum

By Rachelle Haughn, If you visit the National Model Aviation Museum in Muncie, Indiana, this summer, you might notice something dramatically different about one exhibit area. The first change that you could see is the absence of the theater. In 2021, AMA employees demolished the theater area. In the […]

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New Addition: Hercules Tone Transmitter

Thanks to Kirk Binns for donating this CG Hercules Tone Transmitter. The transmitter comes complete with a homemade frequency flag made of yellow felt and printed with the logo of the Fresno Radio Modelers. ————————————————————————— For more information on the National Model Aviation Museum, including our location, hours and admission […]

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New Addition: Tone-Aerotrol Transmitter

Walt Good was such a prominent name in early (and later) Radio Control history, it’s no surprise he helped design some RC equipment for production, including this Walt Good’s Tone-Aerotrol Transmitter, manufactured by Berkeley Models.  Thanks to Clark Schadle and Vernon Darley for the donation!         ————————————————————————— […]

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