About the RCA
The mission of The Radio Club of America is to provide a forum for the exchange of knowledge, recornize outstanding achievement, provide financial assistance to deserving students and preserve the history of wireless communications.
Welcome to the Home Page of the Radio Club of America. Intended for members and non-members alike, this page provides members with current information of interest (such as Announcements and Annual Banquet information), provides non-members with information on the Club and how to join, and provides everyone with an interesting look at the Club's rich history and future.
New office information as of February 25, 2013:
Peak Management Solutions
170 Kinnelon Rd., Suite 33
Kinnelon NJ 07405
The Proceedings of the Radio Club of America, the oldest radio periodical in existence, is noted for its historical and scholarly significance, and distinguished contributors. The Proceedings are mailed twice each year, the Spring and the Fall issues. There is also the Annual Directory every other year.
The Radio Club newsletter, the Aerogram, mailed quarterly, keeps members up-to-date with the Club's activities. Members are invited to submit papers for publication in the Proceedings and items of interest to the Aerogram.
The Radio Club of America is offering its 100th Anniversary Platinum Yearbook in a digital format, including all of the past Proceedings and Yearbooks, the Edwin A. Armstrong book plus a number of new articles, a historical overview, congratulatory letters, the President’s Message, and so much more.
The book The Legacies of Edwin Howard Armstrong is now available at lulu.com, A print version is available for $30 and a downloaded version is available for $15.00. Click on the link below to view and order:
Welcome to the official Radio Club of America e-newsletter. Besides bringing you news, updates and other important and interesting information, the Club believes this will become a community-building vehicle for you and other Club members.
Books published by the Radio Club of America
The Proceedings of The Radio Club of America, the oldest radio periodical in existence, is noted for its historical and scholarly significance, and distinguished contributors. The Proceedings are mailed twice each year, the Spring and the Fall issues.There is also the Annual Directory every other year.