Quote of the
sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from mogic" -- Arthur C. Clarke
On Saturday, June 2, NJARC members attended a memorial service for
Charles Blanding along with many of his friends and family.
A highlight of this 'celebration of his life' was a heartfelt (and
funny!) tribute by his friend Allan Sniffen (of "Rewound
recounting Charles' lifelong fascination with radio and some of his
adventures - and misadventures - as a kid.
You can listen to it here. We
broadcast many of our meetings live.
We are now broadcasting our meetings
LIVE on YouTube.
Click on the YouTube logo at the right
to go to our YouTube page
When you arrive at our page on YouTube, you will see "LIVE NOW" at the
top of the page if we're currently broadcasting.
(If you don't see the icon and the
notice, we may not be online yet; try again later. Don't forget to
refresh you browser: press the F5 key.)
View live video broadcast of our meetings on YouTube
broadcast, second Friday of each month, meeting begins at approx.
7:30 PM EST.
Presentation begins at approx. 8 PM EST.
See meeting announcement
below for details.)
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Summer Repair Clinic. (Video courtesy of "RadioWild")
NJARC Summer Swapmeet (Video courtesy of "RadioWild")
New Jersey Antique Radio Club usually meets
second Friday of each month.
begin at 7:30
meetings are held at one of two locations: Bowen Hall on the campus of
Princeton University in Princeton NJ, and at InfoAge in Wall Township,
NJ in Building
9032A (the room at the extreme other end
of the same building that houses our Radio
Technology Museum. Immediately to the left of the Marconi Hotel if
you're looking at it from the street.)
Check here to find out the location of the upcoming
At our July
meeting, we'll have another "Tech Talk" presentation by Technical
Coordinator Al Klase.
As Al describes it: "A lot of us have acquired some really nice radios
from the 1930's and then hang three feet of wire down the back of the
table for an antenna. In this presentation, we'll take a look at
antenna systems in general with an eye to modern solutions such as
active antennas that better fit a 21st Century life style. Both
commercial and homebrew setups will be considered."
Can't get to
the meeting? Join us on the web!
Most of our meetings are broadcast live on the web. Go to the home page
of the club's website and click on the link for the "meeting video" at
the top right of the page.
moved our live webcast over to YouTube.
(The live webcast usually starts around 7:30 EST for the business
meeting portion of the program. We then take a short break and the main
program usually begins some time between 8 and 8:30 PM.)
make it there in person? Attend
here to view the meeting live online.
Complaints? Trouble Reports?
Please contact Dave
Sica directly with any questions or suggestions about this
New Jersey Antique Radio Club
is dedicated to the preservation of radio history. The club usually
meets on the second Friday of each month. Check the meeting
announcement each month for the location of that month's meeting and
any deviation from the usual night.
is a small Radio Swap Meet before and after the meetings which start
promptly at 7:30 PM. Every month there is a "Tech Talk" radio
collecting presentation. Anyone interested in old radios is
welcome to attend and join. Several times a year, the club sponsors a swapmeet
featuring an antique radio flea market and auction.
and prayers continue to go out to the brave and the innocent