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The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials International (APCO) is a member driven association of communications professionals that provides leadership; influences public safety communications decisions of government and industry; promotes professional development; and, fosters the development and use of technology for the benefit of the public.

www.apcointl.org

 

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The Antique Wireless Association was formed in 1952 and is an educational non-profit chartered by the State of New York.  AWA operates the Antique Wireless Museum in Bloomfield, New York dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of technology used to communicate and entertain from the first telegram to today’s wireless text messaging.

www.antiquewireless.org

 

 

 

ETA International

 

 

The Electronic Technicians Association International (ETA), founded in 1978, provides industry-recognized certifications for its members with career training from approved providers.  ETA’s certifications align with the ISO-17024 standard.

www.eta-i.org

 

 

 

IWCE is the authoritative event for education, networking and collaboration in the communications technology marketplace. IWCE features over 370 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and technology in the industry. From land mobile radio, to wireless mobility… voice, video, data and everything in between.

www.iwceexpo.com

 

 

The U.S. Naval Cryptologic Veterans Association comprises active, retired, and honorably discharged U.S. Navy Cryptologists.  U.S. NCVA’s primary focus is to preserve and promote a rich cryptologic history. The U.S. NCVA onducts annual reunions, provides fraternal, social, and recreational activities for members and guests and encourages and supports the preservation of the history of cryptology by members of the association and appropriate federal agencies.

usncva.org

 

 

quarter_century_wirelessThe Quarter Century Wireless Association, Inc. was formed in 1947. The organization has evolved into a world-wide association of radio amateurs, with thousands of members.  Its purpose is to promote friendship and cooperation among Amateur Radio (Wireless) operators who were licensed as such at least a quarter of a century ago. The QCWA also promotes interest in Amateur Radio Communications and the advancement of the electronic art, making use of the reservoir of knowledge and experience represented within the membership of QCWA.

http://www.qcwa.org/