Dave Hicks G8EPR, Curator of the G8EPR Pye Museum had a serious accident at work
in early 2016.
He had been in hospital since then but sadly he died at the
end of April 2017.
The website will hopefully be
able to continue but there are unlikely to be any further updates and there is
no one to answer any questions.
VIDEO TOUR OF THE PYE MUSEUM
Follow link above for information on appearance of items from museum on TV
Update 26th January 2007
(see also G8EPR's original
Home Office Radio Museum Collection ex Horseferry House
Hilltop site and stores radio equipment
recovered for disposal
Anyone know anything about the Plessey PRS770 -
possibly ex Home Office
Temporary page of pictures of the Burndept
Better pictures of Burndept BE525
Microwave Modules MM2020
Table of Contents
EADS MC9610 and
Matra-Nortel Easy UL OP2
Pye Olympic Military Talkthrough System
Evesham Military Vehicle
Show June 2009
Video on how to modify a
Pye Westminster for 4 metres - WMV format
Video on how to modify Pye Cambridge FM10D H Band for use on 29MHz - 3GP
Interesting film about Pye
Cambridge in the 1950s 27 minutes long
Anyone know what this military
transmitter was used for?
Believed to be a 1960's vintage US airborne transmitter.
Dave G8EPR Technical Curator of the Pye Museum and Radiotelephone
Museum website is available by calling G8EPR at GB7WF (DSTAR)