ABOUT THE RADIOPICS DATABASE
The RadioPics Database idea came about while trying to find better quality photos of Scanners & Radios for my personal database and finding that even the well known sites have some pictures that could be improved upon. After being asked by close friends to share the database with them, I soon realised that other people with the same interests as me might be wanting to find that elusive photo or to find a better quality photo to replace one they might have. and so "RadioPics" was born
If a photo has a link when you hover the mouse over it, then clicking on it will bring up the full sized image. (I try to keep the original size photograph whenever possible)
The Database is far from complete as there are a vast number of Radio Manufactures, and quite often a large number of products that each manufacturer has produced but I will try to keep the database updated as often as possible (a never-ending task, hehe!).
Please note that this is only my hobby and is being done in my spare time, so don't get upset if the radio you are looking for is not here, Instead, please drop me a mail about it, and I'll do my best to find it for you, and update the database accordingly so that we all can enjoy.
All listed items use internal links. In fact, all links are internal except a very few, well motivated external
one's in a small number of areas.
Preferred Browser is Internet Explorer, and screen resolution is at least 1280 x 960 with High Color (16 bit) depth. Otherwise, some layout oddities
COPYRIGHT NOTICE: You may rip a maximum of 20 pictures for use on your own project(s). And if you do,
I would also appreciate if you mentioned the source (The RadioPics Database) plus the URL. You may NOT copy and/or
modify this site, whole or in part, and put it online on another URL.
And lastly, thanks to the "Flyer" for the Encouragement, help, and technical support