Five part film about the PTC102 (Links to YouTube)

Part I

Part II

Part III

Part IV

Part V

 

Video about the PTC112

PYE PTC112 AM 5 WATT BOOT MOBILE film May 2010

Video about PTC114 and PTC115

PYE PTC114-115 AM 15WATTS BOOT MOBILE  FILM  may 2010

 Video about the PTC411

PYE PTC411 and RCP CONTROLLER film may 2010

Video about the PTC703 and PTC704 (YouTube)

PYE PTC703-704 AM BASE STATION pt 1 film May 2010

PYE PTC703-704 AM BASE STATION pt 2 film May 2010

PYE PTC703-704 AM BASE STATION pt3 film May 2010

 

 

 

 


THE PYE MUSEUM IS CLOSED
DAVE HICKS G8EPR, MUSEUM CURATOR, HAD A SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT WORK IN EARLY 2016.
SADLY HE DIED AT THE END OF APRIL 2017.
THE WEBSITE WILL HOPEFULLY CONTINUE AND REMAIN OPEN BUT THERE IS NO ONE TO ANSWER ANY EMAILS

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