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Arizona Broadcasting and Communications

Welcome to our section on Arizona broadcasting and communications. Please click on any of the items below for the complete story!



An Afternoon With Senator Goldwater 



KCRJ - AM 
Northern Arizona's
Pioneer Radio Station



Vernon Furr & "The Mighty Atom"
Crystal Radio - Mesa Radio Pioneer


 
 
 

Who was the Radio Service Association of Arizona?
From Vernon Furr.





 

 

 

scan_arizona_professional_engineer_aspe_ESS_1_may_1965.pdf -  Nice article by a local Mountain Bell Engineer John Underwood on the  #1 ESS switch. Read the PDF file!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
John Underwood is a transmission engineer for the
Mountain States Telephone. He was born in Nogales,
Arizona where he attended school. After graduating
from high school, he attended the University of Arizona.
He began his telephone career in 1946 as a dial
coordinator in the plant Department at Tucson. In
1949 he was transferred. to the General Plant office
in Denver as a staff technician. He returned to Arizona
in 1957 to his present position of transmission
engineer, in Phoenix. Underwood served during World
War II in the Air Force and now is a Lieutenant
Colonel in the United States Air Force Reserve.

 

 

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