National Electronics Museum, Inc. - History of the Nation's Defense Electronics

From telegraph and radio to radar and satellites, the National Electronics Museum offers visitors access to the electronic marvels that have helped to shape our country and our world.

Located within minutes of Baltimore's BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport and the BWI Rail Station, the museum offers a wide variety of both static and interactive displays, as well as a research library that is open to the general public, with holdings that focus on all aspects of electronics history.

Besides our wide variety of displays, we also have a complete amateur radio station, K3NEM/W3GR, fully equipped with vintage and modern communications systems.

Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) comprises more than 11,000 members worldwide whose core purpose is to foster the advancement and application of RF and microwave technology. The Museum maintains historical artifacts and documents of the MTTS through their generous support.

In 2012 the National Electronics Museum and the Society of Satellite Professionals International embarked on an initiative to create a  new permanent exhibit titled “SATELLITES TRANSFORM OUR LIVES”.  Visitors will experience the history and future of Satellite Communications, Space Navigation, Remote Sensing & Strategic Surveillance, and Weather Satellites while learning about the pioneers in satellite development.  An outreach component will help recruit students to the satellite industry and provide a forum for the civil, military and governmental space world in interact new ways. 

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