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# Ramsey Electronics, Inc. - retailers of electronic and paging test equipment, hobby kits, ham and pirate radio, and related equipment.
# Elecraft - makers of high-performance transceivers and accessories that you can easily build yourself, for hands-on ham radio hobbyists and others.
# Cana Kit Corporation - manufacturer of educational and professional electronic kits.
# Quasar Electronics - supplies electronic project kits and circuit plans.
# Electronic Rainbow - manufacturer of electronic kits for the hobbyist as well as for education, industry, detective operations, and law enforcement.
# Engineering Lab - surface mount electronic component engineering kits.
# Mighty's Pirate Radio - offers MAX-1 transmitter kits.
# ApogeeKits Electronic Kits and Tools - offers electronic kits and products for beginners to advanced. Features electronic hand and bench tools, meters, oscilloscopes, and anti-static mats.
# Allied Enterprises Electronic Kits - offers educational electronic lab kits to study parts, schematics, and wiring diagrams while building a variety of projects with unique functions.
# DDI Technologies - offers kits for stepper and DC motors, automation controls, and other electronic gadgets.
Heathkit amateur radio equipment was very popular during the 1960s. I was just a little kid then, but during the 70s and 80s I built many other Heathkits - test instruments, stereo equipment, a color TV, etc. Most of them are still working today. A year ago I found an unassembled AD-1308 audio spectrum analyzer on eBay, and spent a nice weekend reliving the kit building experience.