National Electronics Museum
Pearl Harbor Commemoration
The Amateur Radio Club of the National Electronics Museum is operating as W2W for our annual Pearl Harbor Remembrance
December 3 and 4 and December 7.
Certificate or QSL available. Scroll down for QSL info.
Primary frequencies.: 7.187 14.277
The photo above shows the SCR-270 Radar on exhibit at the National Electronics Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.
Operators at a similar radar, deployed at Opana Point on Oahu Island on the morning of December 7, 1941, detected the
Japanese attack, but the planes were mistakenly believed to be a flight of US aircraft from the mainland.
Live view of station operation:
PO Box 1693 MS 4015
Baltimore, MD 21203
Large unfolded Certificate & QSL - send $1 or large SASE
Folded Certificate & QSL - send one 1st class stamp or #10 SASE
QSL only - send one 1st class stamp or small SASE
DX - For certificate - QSL direct K3NEM please include $2 or 1 IRC; For QSL only - direct or buro