The Frank A. Gunther Award

Frank A. Gunther is credited with building the first two-way mobile police radio system and installed the first two-way radio system on an airplane. He built the first FM mobile transmitter for the U.S. military, and he designed and manufactured LORAN transmitters used by the Allies in WWII. Established in 1996, this award recognizes an individual for their dedication to the field of military communications.

Recipients:

1996 – Frank A. Gunther
1998 – Seymour Krevsky, P.E.
1999 – Thomas H. Traynor, P.E.
2001 – Paul M. Gruber
2002 – Kenneth A. Hoagland
2011 – Nicolas Mora Parra
2011 – Felix Vega
2016 – Robert A. Rude, K0RAR

Upcoming Events
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5:30 pm RCA Networking Event at APCO 2017 @ Hyatt Regency Hotel at the Colorado Convention Center
RCA Networking Event at APCO 2017 @ Hyatt Regency Hotel at the Colorado Convention Center
Aug 13 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
The Radio Club of America invites you to join us! Please join us for a cocktail party and networking event at APCO. It will be held at the Hyatt Regency Denver immediately after the first[...]
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all-day APCO 2017 @ Denver, CO
APCO 2017 @ Denver, CO
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APCO 2017 @ Denver, CO