Hamvention 2018 - Commercial Vendors

Indoor Commercial Vendors

Hamvention consists of both indoor commercial and outdoor flea market vendor locations. The indoor locations are where the larger commercial vendors set up their displays. The outdoor vendor booths contain both commercial and personal flea market sellers.

Hamvention Indoor and Outdoor Maps

Beginning in 2017, Hamvention has a new home in Xenia, Ohio. The new location houses separate buildings for the commercial vendors. 2018 sees the team taking over a previous building which was unavailable in 2017 resulting in more indoor vendor spaces.

Contacting The Hamvention Team

We receive many requests with Flea Market or Exhibitor questions. We are not affiliated with the management team and this limits our knowledge of show activities. For Hamvention questions, we encourage you to contact the dedicated Hamvention teams.

The teams can be reached at exhibits@hamvention.org for indoor exhibit questions, fleamarket@hamvention.org for questions on the flea market and tickets@hamvention.org for general ticketing inquiries.

Indoor Commercial Vendor List

We update the show information on a regular basis, right up until show time. Don’t forget to visit our Outdoor Flea Market Booth Assignment page as well.

Hamvention® 2018 Booth Assignments
(updated 05-17-2018 @ 19:39 EDT)
Vendor Company
Booth Number
Registration Status
Vendor Name
Booths Available For Immediate Booking
10-10 International Net, Inc. 3810 Confirmed Keith Schlottman
4 Paws for Ability 6404 Confirmed Kalynn Clark
405 Laserworks LLC 1907 Confirmed Bryan Mackey
ABR Industries 3211 Confirmed Marc Abramson
AlexLoop 3109 Confirmed
Alexandre Grimberg, PY1AHD
AlexLoop Logo on PCBoard.caALEXLOOP is an ultra light portable Magnetic Loop Antenna designed by PY1AHD Alexandre Grimberg , over 12 years of intense work. PY1AHD ALEX is a 66 years old ham fascinated by QRP Portable Operation that is very proud to have his successful design approved by thousands of Hams all over the world. The ALEXLOOP antennas are carefully handcrafted by PY1AHD ALEX from the first screw to the final test.
AMSAT
(Radio Amateur Satellite Corp)
1007-1010, 1107-1110 Confirmed Phil Smith w1eme@amsat.org
AMSATUpdated for 2018, AMSAT’s book, "Getting Started With Amateur Satellites" is available. Hear the latest news about the five Fox-1 satellites and the new AMSAT GOLF-TEE and GOLF-1 satellite programs. You will receive special premiums when you join or renew your AMSAT membership at Hamvention. Get one-on-one guidance on setting up your satellite station and making contacts at our "Beginner’s Corner". Witness live demonstrations of contacts through FM and linear satellites using handheld antennas. Get satellite station and operating tips from some of the best satellite operators in the country.
AREDN (Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network) 1001 Confirmed Bill Curtice, WA8APB, 937-287-0871
Arden Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caThe AREDN Project and the Miami Valley Mesh Alliance will again host visitors at booth 1001, in the extreme south-west corner of Building 1. We will conduct mini-classes, offer demonstrations, and answer your questions about how mesh networking can aid your local emergency response agencies. A schedule of classes and demonstrations will be available at the booth.

In Forum room 2 on Saturday, May 19th, from 1:30 to 2:30, Andre, K6AH, the AREDN Project Manager, will discuss why delivering mesh networking as part of your group’s EMCOMM services, will produce a paradigm change for the disaster services community you serve.

Hams such as yourselves, are now building or have already implemented AREDN networks in their own cities and counties throughout the US. Learn how they are utilizing this exciting technology and how you can get involved in these efforts. Andre will also describe what equipment you should be considering.
On Air: The local Mesh network supporting Hamvention will be found on Channel -2 (2397 MHz) at 10 MHz bandwidth. The SSID is AREDN-10-v3.
ARRL, The National Association for Amateur Radio 2001-2004, 2101-2104, 2201-2204, 2301-2304, 2401-2404 Confirmed Bob Inderbitzen
Air Chair 6501-6502 Confirmed Bob Hanna
Airspy.US 1201-1202 Confirmed Airspy.US
Airspy.us Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caAirspy.US is a supplier of high quality SDR receivers including the highly acclaimed Airspy SDR, Spyverter, and the Airspy Mini dongle. We also carry connectors, cables, antennas, filter/preamps, GPS Disciplined Oscillators AKA GPSDO, Network Time Protocol clocks, and other related SDR accessories. Come visit our booth to see innovative uses for SDR including digital voice/data decoding, FULL spectrumanalysis, and even duplexer and filter tuning.
Albuquerque DX Association 1909 Confirmed Bill Mader
Alfa Radio Ltd. 2106, 2206 Confirmed J. T. (Mitch) Mitchell VE6OH
Alfa Radio Ltd. Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caAlfa Radio Ltd. Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caAlfa Rotators – Let us show you how we can TURN your world around! Reliable and built to last. We know firsthand how important a reliable rotator is to your amateur radio needs. We, as active amateurs, use our Alfa Rotators. We would not confidently sell them to you if we did not believe in them.
Main features are: Low voltage operation (12 to 24 D.C. Volts), 720 degree rotation, Double worm gear drive, Computer interface included with controller, Rotator is simple; "smarts" in the control unit.

We are pleased to be a "MAJOR PRIZE" Donor with the donation of a Rotator and Controller to the Hamvention.

Models: Azimuth Only, Azimuth and Elevation – EME, SAT, Ring Rotator
sales@alfaradio.cawww.alfaradio.ca – 780 466 5779
Alinco Inc. 3007-3008 Confirmed Raj Gounder
Alpha Antenna, Amateur Radio Store 3207 Confirmed Steven Deines
Alpha RF Systems \ Dishtronix \ Ten-Tec 1807-1808 Confirmed Mike Dishop
Amateur Television Network 6101-6102 Confirmed David Stepnowski
Ameritron 1706, 1806 Confirmed Steven Pan
Apache Labs 3708-3709 Confirmed Jeff Sinclair
Apache Labs Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caApache Labs is a leading manufacturer of Software Defined Radios (SDR). Since its inception in 2012, Apache Labs has gained a reputation for excellence in design and performance. Our production is in-house, which enables us to deliver the best quality! Apache Labs supports open source Code development and there is a thriving community of excellent programmers around the world who have helped evolve our software into a state-of-the-art SDR platform.
Arlan Communications 4107-4108 Confirmed Dave Bottom
Arrow Antenna 1106 Confirmed Tim Chapman
Aventrade 3006 Confirmed Alex Gong
bhi Ltd 1911 Confirmed Graham Somerville
bhi Ltd Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caBhi Ltd design manufacture a range of audio DSP noise cancellation products that remove noise and interference on all radio bands to leave clear speech. Don’t put up with noise and interference any longer. Why not listen "stress free". Come and visit booth 1911 for a live demo to hear how good our products are at cleaning up your noisy audio! Come and check out our ParaPro EQ20 audio DSP range with parametric equalisation. Now you can really shape the sound of your receive audio to suit your ears!
BridgeCom Systems, Inc 1103-1104 Confirmed
LBridgeCom Systems, Inc Logo at www.PCBoard.caAre you looking for an Amateur Radio for DMR or Analog? Do you or the club need an analog or digital ready repeater? Would you like to see these items up close and in person, maybe even try them out? The come by the BridgeCom Systems booth #1103 & 1104 and try out repeater running DMR or D-STAR on the air. Check out our great handheld and mobiles radios, or discuss your repeater system needs. We are excited to see you at Hamvention 2018! BONUS: HamRadio 2.0 will be in the booth again this year! Come by and say hi!

At BridgeCom Systems our mission is to provide our customers with a communication solution that fits a need and provide high quality customer service. We specialize in the development and sale of communications equipment for land mobile radio, amateur radio, commercial radio and RoIP (Radio Over IP) solutions.

A little History: Our first product to market in 2004 was an analog FM community repeater for UHF and VHF, eventually named the CS-540. Since that time, we have developed and sold products for amateur radio, commercial radio, multi-site communication, LTR, DMR, RoIP, VoIP, IoT, asset tracking, voice dispatch, and more. In the last few years we have brought to market a new repeater, new handheld radios, new mobile radios and a new RoIP communication linking platforms for both amateur and commercial radio.

As the industry and BridgeCom Systems evolves, we are committed to developing outstanding products that meet our customers’ needs.
Batteries America 3808-3809 Confirmed Everett Yost
Begali Keys 2307-2308, 2407-2408 Confirmed The Begali Team
Begali Keys logo Pietro Begali produces some of the worlds finest electro-mechanical precision components along with their exclusive line of fine keys and paddles for the ham community. Stop in and visit with them at the show or visit them online at www.i2rtf.com.
Bird 4311-4312 Confirmed Dana Svilar
Bird Logo at PCBoard.caBird is an industry leading provider of RF communications products, services, calibration, and training to the Public Safety, Cellular Communications, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), Broadcast, Semiconductor, Military, Government and Medical markets. Bird has a long history of providing amateur radio products and for over 75 years, Bird continues to provide the RF communications industry with reliable field and infrastructure products.
Brian Klein Enterprises 6107-6108 Confirmed Brian Klein
Buckmaster International 5106 Confirmed Daniel Bateman
Buckmaster Publishing Logo at www.PCBoard.caBuckmaster has been making amateur radio products since 1981. Our HamCall callsign database and Buckmaster OCF Dipole antennas are known throughout the world. We look forward to seeing old and new friends at the Dayton Hamvention 2018!
Buddipole 3003-3005 Confirmed Chris Drummond
CQ Communications, Inc. 4307 Confirmed Richard Moseson
CW Operator’s Club 6610 Confirmed Don Greenbaum
CW OperatorOur goal is to bring together Amateur Radio operators who enjoy communicating by Morse Code (CW). CWops encourages the use of CW in Amateur communications, and it supports CW activity through planned events. CWops promotes goodwill among Amateurs throughout the world, and it fosters the education of young people and others in matters related to Amateur Radio.
Capitol Electronics, Inc 1005 Confirmed Chris Bricklebank
Christian Amateur Radio Fellowship 6311 Confirmed Michael Miller
Civil Air Patrol 6304 Confirmed Amber Jones
Collins Collectors Association 1003-1004 Confirmed Scott Kerr
Comet Antenna / Daiwa Meters 3304-3306 Confirmed Mick Stwertnik
Comet / Daiwa www.PCBoard.ca
Connect Systems Inc. 6309 Confirmed Jerry Wanger
Courage Kenny Handiham Program 6602 Confirmed Lucinda Moody
Cushcraft Amateur Radio Antennas 1905-1906 Confirmed Steven Pan
DARA (Dayton Amateur Radio Association) 2706-2707 Confirmed Dayton Amateur Radio Asso Dara
DARA – International Relations 2601 Confirmed Gary Descombes
DARA Membership 4007-4008 Confirmed Jeff Devoe
DARC 2503 Confirmed Entsfellner Christian
DX Engineering 1207-1210, 1307-1311 Confirmed
DX EngineeringAt DX Engineering, Amateur Radio is what we know. Our customer service experts understand your need for top-performing and reliable gear. Visit DXEngineering.com to see the latest products from DX Engineering, including many items from the other Amateur Radio brands. You can watch exclusive DX Engineering tool demonstrations at DXEngineering.com and talk to our staff of experienced Hams at 1-800-777-0703.

From radios to station accessories, antennas to coaxial cable, and right down to the clamps and hardware that bring it all together, build a better station with DX Engineering – learn how at DXEngineering.com.
Davis Instruments 6712-6714 Confirmed Kim Derespini
Dayton Convention & Visitors Bureau 4306 Confirmed Carmen Huffman
Dayton Skywarn 4308 Confirmed Louis Long
Debco Electronics 1301-1302, 1401-1402 Confirmed Tom Case / Mike Haithcoat
Debco Electronics Logo at www.PCBoard.caProudly serving the Amateur Radio Community for 40 years. Offering a full line of RF connectors, Crimpers, Cables and tools. We also offer a full line of ARDUINO kits and accessories.
Stop in and see us in Building 1.
Diamond Antenna 3401-3406 Confirmed Denise Bauman
Digilent Inc 3002 Confirmed  
Digilent Inc Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caDigilent Inc. is a leading electrical engineering products company serving students, universities, and OEM’s worldwide with technology-based educational design tools. Based in Pullman, Washington, Digilent designs, manufactures and distributes its products on a worldwide basis. Since its founding in 2000, Digilent products can now be found in over 2000 universities in more than 70 countries throughout the world. As a multinational company with offices in the US, China, and Romania, Digilent is able to provide high-value, expert quality solutions for a variety of customer needs. In addition to its own products, Digilent performs OEM design and manufacturing services for leading technology companies including Xilinx, Analog Devices, Cypress Semiconductor, and National Instruments.
Dungeon Studios Prototyping 6109-6110 Confirmed Andrew Buczko
ELAD USA INC 3010-3012 Confirmed Franco Milan
ESRC1 Corp 1101-1102 Confirmed Stanley Winston
EZNEC Antenna Software 3811 Confirmed Roy Lewallen
Ears To Our World 6509 Confirmed Thomas Witherspoon
Elecraft 1707-1711 Confirmed  
Elecraft Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caElecraft offers unique, high-performance transceivers and accessories that are available both factory assembled and as kits that you can easily build yourself. All radios are manufactured at Elecraft’s Headquarters located in Watsonville, California – just outside of Silicon Valley. Elecraft’s focused and experience staff, as well as several talented customer and designers who contribute their ideas and expertise, are passionate and dedicated to creating the ultimate experience in hands-on ham radios.
Embroidery by Joel 6113 Confirmed Eldred Swapp
Expert Linears America, LLC. 2603-2605 Confirmed Bob Hardie
Expert Linears Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caExpert Linears Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caWe are the only western hemisphere distributor for SPE Expert Linear amplifiers. Built at SPE in Rome Italy.
All of our models are fully SOLID STATE. They are 1.3KFA (1.3kW), 1.5KFA (1.5kW) and 2KFA (2kW).
Power supply and antenna tuner is included…… ALL IN ONE CABINET. PS’s are highly efficient. NOTE that the 1.3KFA and 1.5KFA weigh only 22 lbs. And the ATU is automatic. NO KNOBS to tune.
Our amplifiers follow your transceiver(s) from frequency to frequency, band to band and "remembers ATU settings". Just turn the main frequency knob on your transceiver and switch bands. OUR AMPS FOLLOW.
Come to see us in BLDG #2 at booths 2603-2605, across from the Special Event Station.
FIRST Robotics 4004 Confirmed Kerry Hicks
First Class CW Operator’s Club 6411 Confirmed Tyler Barnett
Fists CW Club 6111-6112 Confirmed Tim O’Conner
Flagpoles by Uncommon USA Inc. 3204 Confirmed Liz Balman
Flexradio Systems 2007-2009, 2107-2108, 2207-2208 Confirmed Lori Hicks
Forbidden Knowledge 4006 Confirmed Craig Douglas
Foundation for Amateur Intl Radio Service (FAIRS) 6412 Confirmed Gaynell Larsen
Fox Hill Embroidery 6408-6409 Confirmed Tom Engelhaupt
Gemmagic 6801-6802 Confirmed Tana Rhodes
Gifts 4 HAMS / Kelly Laser Works 1205-1206 Confirmed Tom Kelly
Gold Medal Ideas 3609-3611 Confirmed Ron Kritzman
Gold Medal Ideas at www.PCBoard.caGold Medal Ideas 1 at www.PCBoard.caCallsign and radio themed shirts, jackets, hats and name badges.
Grace Technology 4209 Confirmed Terry Mijal
Great Lakes Hamcon 6612 Confirmed
Great Lakes HamConThe Great Lakes HamCon Version 2.0 will take place on October 6 & 7, 2018 at the 1400 acre Michigan International Speedway located in Southeastern Michigan’s beautiful Irish Hills vacation area. We are the home of the 2017 ARRL Michigan State Convention.

This venue is a complete facility with permanent buildings for vendors (additional space in event tents available) and a huge flea market area, along with many meeting rooms for forums and workshops. See our website for additional information at www.glhamcon.org or at info@glhamcon.org.
Great Scott Gadgets and ShareBrained Technology 5008 Confirmed Michael Ossmann and Jared Boone
Great Scott Gadgets Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caGreat Scott Gadgets Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caGreat Scott Gadgets creates open source hardware for innovative people. Their HackRF One is an open source SDR platform and the PortaPack add-on that turns it into a hand-held radio exploration tool was developed by ShareBrained Technology.

Web Links: http://greatscottgadgets.com and https://www.sharebrained.com/.
Green Heron Engineering 3103, 3203 Confirmed Jeffery Ach
Greene County Conv. & Visitors Bur. 6613 Confirmed Kathleen Wright
Ham Nation 5305 Confirmed Bob Heil
Ham Radio 2.0 – Yasme Foundation 4301-4303 Confirmed Ward Silver
Ham Radio Class 0 Confirmed Mitch Stern
Ham Radio Deluxe 5007 Confirmed Randall Gawtry
Ham Radio Outlet 2506-2507, 3307-3311 Confirmed
Ham Radio OutletWith Worldwide Distribution coupled with Multi-Store Buying Power, Ham Radio Outlet is geared to fill the needs of Ham Radio Operators everywhere at the best prices possible.

Whether online on the World Wide Web, over the telephone, or in person in one of our stores. Customer service is one of our primary goals. We employ active hams with varied backgrounds and expertise to be able to assist in any area of the hobby – Give us a call at 1-800-558-0411 or visit us on the web at HamRadio.com
HRO
Ham Radio Workbench 3104 Confirmed Jeremy Kolonay
HamSCI: The Ham Radio Science Citizen Investigation 4304 Confirmed Nathaniel Frissell, W2NAF, hamsci@hamsci.org
HHamSCI: The Ham Radio Science Citizen InvestigationHamSCI fosters collaborations between the amateur radio and professional science communities, especially in ionospheric, atmospheric, and space science. Come visit our booth (in the Building 4 Ham Radio 2.0 Area) and forum (Saturday, 9:15 AM, Forum Room 4) to hear about the Solar Eclipse QSO Party results, find out the latest status of the Arecibo Observatory, learn about the latest advances in understanding Sporadic E, and how to become involved in Ham Radio Science yourself!
HamStudy.org 1901-1902 Confirmed
HamStudy.org Listing at www.PCBoard.ca
Signal Stuff and HamStudy.org are dedicated to improving the use of technology in amateur radio license study and examination in the United States. Come visit our booth to see our advanced study tools and volunteer examiner software, try out our new offline mobile app ($3.99), and give us feedback. We’d love to show you what we have and we always appreciate feedback.

Signal Stuff will be joining us selling their Super-Elastic Signal Sticks at a 25% off discount as a fundraiser to help pay our way — if you already have a signal stick and have had any trouble with it please bring it by and we’ll honor the lifetime guarantee on the spot!
Hamsource 3903-3906 Confirmed John Kalotai
Hamvention Prize Booth 4500 Confirmed Niese Jim
Heil Sound Ltd. 5301-5304 Confirmed Stephen Warford
HobbyPCB 1912 Confirmed Curtis Pope
Huntsville Hamfest 4110 Confirmed Mark Brown
Hustler / New-Tronics 1505-1506 Confirmed Michael Boyer
Hy-Gain 1903-1904 Confirmed Steven Pan
Hytech Marketing 6804-6805 Confirmed Susan Molnar
ICOM America 2508-2509, 2608-2610, 2708-2709 Confirmed Jesse Skipton
Information Radio 1660 4005 Confirmed Norm Schrein
Information Station Specialists 6503 Confirmed Bill Baker
HInformation Station Specialists at www.PCBoard.ca
Amateur Radio Operators in all 50 states rely on Information Station Specialists (www.theRADIOsource.com) for the equipment and services to broadcast emergency information to vehicle radios over AM channels 530-1710 kHz. Tune to AM 1620 as you approach Hamvention to hear a live demonstration of the technology, parking, travel and traffic information, updated minute-to-minute. Information Station Specialists offers portable and fixed systems, often purchased via grants, by city/county emergency managers and other public safety officials. Services include FCC licensing, installation and training.
Infratech 6104 Confirmed Allan Riggs
JJ Surplus 6707 Confirmed Jon Costein
JK Antennas 3101-3102, 3201-3202, 3301-3302 Confirmed Ken Garg
JK Antennas Logo at PCBoard.ca
JK Antennas has assembled the best team, suppliers and parts manufacturing to provide our clients with antennas that are considered works of art. What makes us different? We design and build the antennas that we would want to use – with the highest quality materials, heavy duty designs calculated to withstand powerful winds and heavy icing, and which are tailored to meet the needs of our customers. Our antennas are 100% manufactured in the USA.
Please visit the JK Antennas/Force12 booth at Hamvention 2018 for more details or with questions.
JT Communications 3703 Confirmed Jim Trapani
We are a returning vendor for 2018. We will be in building 3, and will be featuring the following products:
TuneMatic Automatic screwdriver controllers
TuneMatic LITE 20 memory screwdriver controllers
*NEW* this year; – OMNI-PROC, multiband parametric microphone eq/processor, manufactured by Omega-RF (division of JT Communications)
JVC Kenwood 1407-1411, 1507-1511 Confirmed Rebecca Hinton
Japan Amateur Radio League, Inc 2502 Confirmed Masaaki Maeda
Jericho Prints 6205 Confirmed Janet Boehm
K2BSA Amateur Radio Association and Radio Scouting 2205 Confirmed Jim Wilson
jim.wilson@k2bsa.net
K2BSA Radio Scouting Listing at www.PCBoard.caThe K2BSA Amateur Radio Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that operates to support Radio Scouting activities and is considered the amateur radio station for the Boy Scouts of America’s National Council. It is the trustee for the K2BSA call sign, supports Jamboree on the Air and other Scouting events, and operates at the National Scout Jamboree.

Its mission is to extend the reach of amateur radio within the Scout Movement. It accomplishes this through providing extensive information and support materials on all aspects of Radio Scouting. This includes program information, including Radio Merit Badge training materials; promotional materials, including posters and brochures for amateur radio and Scouting audiences; as well as extensive advice for amateur radio operators in their efforts to support Scouting activities, particularly Jamboree on the Air.

Membership is open to all individuals who support our mission.

Stop by our booth and catch up on the latest developments in Radio Scouting.
K4USD Network Club 6803 Confirmed John Burningham
KB3IFH QSL Cards 6305 Confirmed Randy KB3IFH
KB3IFH QSL CardsQuality QSL & Eyeball Cards
Visit my website at http://kb3ifh.homestead.com or call me at 410-440-0282. See you at Dayton. We’re in building 6 this year at 6305. Stop by and say hello!
L.I.E. Gifts 6704 Confirmed Kenny Ran
LATSYS GmbH 6403 Confirmed Christoph Duwe
LUSO Super-Techno 3105-3106, 3205-3206 Confirmed Kazue Shimoda
LeafFilter North, LLC 6512 Confirmed James Martinez
Libre Space Foundation 1006 Confirmed Pierros Papadeas SV1QVE
Libre Space Foundation Logo at PCBoard.caLibre Space Foundation is a non-profit organization creating open source technologies for space. Drop by to see latest developments on SatNOGS, our global volunteer-run open source satellite ground station network. Learn more on how to join the Network and get started with receiving satellite telemetry. Join us also to learn all about UPSat, the first open source software and hardware satellite.
Lido Mounts 4106, 4206 Confirmed Jim Newcomb
Lido Mounts Logo at www.PCBoard.caLido Mounts supplies no holes mounting solutions, and if you want to drill we have those to, for just about any mobile electronic device. We offer custom mounting plates that work in harmony with the manufacturers mounting system for Amateur and Commercial transceivers. Of course we have a full line of holders and mounts for Smart Phones, Tablets, GoPro, Cameras.
Linux in the Ham Shack 5004 Confirmed Russ Woodman
LNR Precision Inc. 6813-6814 Confirmed Larry Draughn, AE4LD
LNR Precision at PCBoard.caThe Par EndFedz antennas are a full length half wave dipoles, but with an important difference. The coax connector is at one end of the dipole, where it is most needed. These antennas can be mounted horizontally, vertically or as a slopper, No ground plane or counterpoise are needed. Portable operation could not be easier. Simply hang the far end from a tree limb; the coax is at the bottom. Hang it up in a hotel window or string it up in the attic. End insulators are supplied making suspension easy.
LOOP ANTENNA by I3VHF 3009 Confirmed Ciro Mazzoni I3VHF
LOOP ANTENNA by I3VHF Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caThe LOOP ANTENNA was designed and handmade with pride in Italy by Ciro I3VHF, who dedicated his professional life to experimentation and testing in order to produce an antenna for radio operators who have limited space for their aerials, yet still want a quality antenna.
The LOOP ANTENNA has small dimensions but high efficiency. Due to its narrow bandwidth, noise is practically zero and can operate from almost any place.
No noise – no limit!
LowBandSystems 1809 Confirmed Andrey Fedorishchev
M&P Coaxial Cables 1606 Confirmed Steven Pan
M2 Antenna Systems, Inc. 3107 Confirmed Wyatt Lyzenga
MARCO-Medical Amateur Radio Council 6310 Confirmed Jay Garlitz
MARS, Combined MARS 6302-6303 Confirmed Paul English
MFJ Enterprises Inc 1603-1605, 1703-1705, 1803-1805 Confirmed Steven Pan
Mark Enterprises, Inc. 6604-6605 Confirmed Mark Hyman
Mastrant – Gigaparts 3607-3608 Confirmed Martin Huml
Mendelson’s 2701-2704 Confirmed Harlan Mendelson
MicroLog by WA0H 5206 Confirmed Jerry Gentry
Midwest VHF/UHF Society 6708 Confirmed Tom Holmes
Millner-Haufen Tool Company 6705 Confirmed Garren Katz
Mini-Circuits 3803 Confirmed Ilamcheran Alvapillai
Mobile Amateur Radio Awards Club (MARAC) 6608 Confirmed Kerry Long
Mr Gadgets 6810-6812 Confirmed Steve Narducci
N3ZN Keys 1203-1204 Confirmed Tony N3ZN
N3ZN Logo Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.ca

This is my line of custom high end iambic & single lever paddles and keys, N3ZN Keys – ZN series. Incorporating old school looks with new school technology, they feature ball bearing movement, magnetic lever return,solid silver contact points and quick adjusting fine thread stainless steel contact and magnet screws. Along with short lightweight aluminum lever arms and the correct geometry, these paddles offer an excellent and responsive feel, making QRQ (or QRS and anything in between) operation effortless.
NSIRadio.com 4211-4212 Confirmed Yuri Sushkin
NSIRadio.com Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caExpert Electronics SDR transceivers MB1, SunSDR2-Pro, SunSDR-QRP, Receivers ColibriNano.

Kirkland, WA, 98034 USA (800)977-0448
NW Digital Radio 1105 Confirmed Bryan Hoyer
National Federation of the Blind & The Unseen Bean 2602 Confirmed Gerry Leary
National Voice of America Museum of Broadcasting 1910 Confirmed Joseph Molter
National Weather Service 4308 Confirmed Brandon Peloquin
Newark element 14 6504-6508 Confirmed Michelle Carlson
Newark at www.PCBoard.ca
Attending the show as MCM Electronics in years past, MCM has merged with Newark element14. MCM’s unique product offering combined with Newark’s vast inventory, expanded services and global reach makes them the one stop shop for engineers, installers, educators and makers.
North Kentucky Satellite 1908 Confirmed Amy Montgomery
North Kentucky Satellite is your complete home entertainment company providing you with your Television, Internet and Wireless needs. Stop in and say Hi, charge your phone, relax a few and check us out and see how we can save you money.
Nu-View 2 3804 Confirmed Chris Bledsoe
Nuts & Volts / Servo Magazine 5003 Confirmed Robin Lemieux
OM International Sideband Society 6510 Confirmed Carrie Krueger
Open Research Institute 6203 Confirmed Michelle Thompson
Orison Corporation 6214 Confirmed Blair Jackson
Orlando HamCation 4109 Confirmed  
Orlando Hamcation Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caPlease visit the team from Orlando HamCation at Booth 4109 while at Hamvention. We’ll have tickets for the 2019 Orlando HamCation available for purchase at the booth. You can reserve your RV spot, Tailgate spot, Swap table, or Commercial Booth. Ask for your free HamCation Lanyard, while supplies last. Meet the 2019 HamCation General Chairman.
PCnStuff, LLC 6105 Confirmed Scott Congdon
Palstar Inc. 5102-5103 Confirmed Paul Hrivnak
Peet Bros. Company, Inc. 5202-5204 Confirmed Linda Schultz
Portable Rotation 3108 Confirmed William Waters Iii
Pro Audio Engineering 1610 Confirmed Howard Hoyt
QRP – ARCI 5107-5108 Confirmed Jack Nelson
QRP Labs 6614 Confirmed
QRP LabsQRP Labs designs and produces high quality, high performance kits and modules for QRP constructors. Our most popular kits are the QCX 5W CW monoband Transceiver kit, available for 80-17m bands; and the Ultimate3S QRSS/WSPR/Weak signal modes transmitter kit.
QRP Works 1611 Confirmed Stephen Silverman
QSK, LLC 4210 Confirmed Robert Gunnels
QSO Radio Show 4313 Confirmed Ted Randall
Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) 6401 Confirmed President, Ken Oelke, VE6AFO
Quarter Century Wireless Association (QCWA) Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caWere you first licensed before 1994? If you were first licensed more than 25 years ago, and are currently licensed today, you are eligible to join the Quarter Century Wireless Association. This is ‘QCWA Today‘, and there are many new exciting benefits in belonging. We also offer a monthly digital eJournal with high resolution color pictures and hyper links. See what we are all about at www.qcwa.org. We will be presenting a forum during Hamvention on Saturday, May 19 at 12:00 noon to 1:00 PM in Forum Room 4.
Quicksilver Radio 3503-3506, 3603-3606 Confirmed John Bee
Quicksilver Radio carries The Best in Ham Radio ! Our products include Go-Kits and supplies, Anderson Powerpoles, Coax Cable, Antenna Wire, RF Connectors and Adapters, Crimp Tools, Soldering Irons, Meters, Test Equipment, and more.
Your Favorite Amateur Radio Supplier
Quicksilver Radio Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.ca
R & L Electronics 1303-1306, 1403-1406 Confirmed Roger Smallwood
R.A.I.N. Report / Gateway 160M Radio Newsletter 6204 Confirmed Hap Holly
RW Antennastore, Lockport, NY 6207-6208, 6307-6308 Confirmed Rich Wertman
RW Antennastore Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caStop by and get the lowest prices on Antennas connectors coax power supplies radios Mobile mounts base mounts and much more.
Comet hustler hy gain cushcraft tram jetstream Daiwa MFJ Alinco Zastone Baofeng And many more. Awesome Hamvention specials. Stop by and say hello to Rich, Chris and Guy
RF-KIT 3710 Confirmed Reinhard
DH3NAB
rf-kit.de Logo at www.PCBoard.caB26 RF-2K+ LDMOS HF Linear KIT: Easy Legal Limit power amplifier with all features you expect from an state of the art amplifier.
RFinder, LLC 4011 Confirmed Bob Greenberg
RT Systems 3805-3806 Confirmed Karin Thompson
Rabbit Laser USA 4012-4013 Confirmed Raymond L Scott
Radio Amateurs of Canada 2504 Confirmed Geoffrey Bawden
Radio Club of America 1811 Confirmed Stan Reubenstein
Radio Society of Great Britain 2305, 2405 Confirmed Mark Allgar
Rescue Tape 6407 Confirmed Robert Laakkonen
Rig Expert 5105 Confirmed Yuri Onipko
Rig Expert Logo at PCBoard.caFor more than 12 years, Rig Expert provides products and services indispensable to the radio amateurs and professionals on a global scale. Products include: HF/VHF/UHF Antenna Analyzers, ARDF Receivers and Interfaces. See www.rigexpert.com for our full product line.
SATERN 6212-6213 Confirmed Tom Dingman
Straight Key Century Club (SKCC) 4112 Confirmed Ron Bower, AC2C (AC2C@SKCCgroup.com)
Straight Key Century Club Logo at www.PCBoard.ca Formed in January of 2006 to promote the use of Straight Key CW and to keep the spirit of Straight Key Night alive throughout the year. The Straight Key Century Club (SKCC) is the fastest growing group of mechanical-key CW operators in the world. Membership is free and open to any interested licensed radio amateur. The club has grown rapidly to include over 18,000 members from all corners of the globe.
SSS Solution 1810 Confirmed Zeljko Repic
Scanner Master Corp. 3303 Confirmed Richard Barnett
Siglent Technologies USA, Inc 5207-5208 Confirmed Steve Barfield
Sign Man of Baton Rouge 3701-3702 Confirmed Rick Pourciau
Sign Man of Ohio 6114 Confirmed Ron Kennedy
Sinbad Glue 5308 Confirmed Cynthia Maffeo
Society of Amatuer Radio Astronomers / Radio JOVE 4207-4208 Confirmed Dennis Farr
SteppIR Antennas Systems 1501-1502, 1601-1602 Confirmed John Mertel – WA7IR
SteppIR Antennas Systems Logo at www.PCBoard.ca
SuperApex Corporation 4305 Confirmed Charles Deng
SuperBertha.com 3711 Confirmed Scott Johns
Suspender Man 6312-6314 Confirmed Bob Coulbourne
TAPR (Tucson Amateur Packet Radio) 5009-5011 Confirmed John Koster
Tarheel Antennas Inc 3704-3706 Confirmed Gaylen Pearson
Tech Bond Solutions 6711 Confirmed Don Meyers
Tech Exchance LLC 6209-6210 Confirmed Abe Sheikh
Tech in a Day Classroom 0 Confirmed Dan Romanchik
TeleUP Inc 6410 Confirmed Gustavo Medeiros
Tequipment.net 2801-2803 Confirmed Alice Grogan
The American Legion National Headquarters 6609 Confirmed William Sloan
The Competition 6710 Confirmed Dan Merila
The R.F. Connection 5109-5110, 5209-5210 Confirmed Joel Knoblock
The Whistler Group 1503-1504 Confirmed Wendy Taylor
The Wireman 3908-3911 Confirmed Press Jones
Timewave Technology, Inc. 5006 Confirmed Randall Gawtry
Tower Electronics 3501-3502, 3601-3602 Confirmed Scott Cole
Transel Corporation 3801-3802 Confirmed Darrell Mckinney
US Postal Service / Dayton Stamp Club 6413-6414 Confirmed Kenneth Strickland
US Tower Corp. 3110-3111 Confirmed Vicky Contreras
Universal Radio, Inc. 2005-2006 Confirmed Fred Osterman
Venturing Crew 73 4010 Confirmed  
Venturing Crew 73
Venture Crew Logo2018 Hamvention® Souvenir Patch and Lanyards: The DARA Amateur Radio Boy Scout Venturing Crew 73 is proud to announce a 2018 souvenir patch. Limited supply, will sell quickly! Also will have the Dayton Hamvention® 2018 souvenir lanyards. We will be at two locations; a tent outside the main gate and in Building 4 at booth 4010 just up the aisle from the Prize Booth. Stop by with your children and have them get a surprise that will make them feel they are "little hams". While supplies last. Thank you for supporting DARA’s Amateur Radio Boy Scout Venturing Crew 73.
Vibroplex 1607-1609 Confirmed Scott Robbins
W2IHY Technologies 5001-5002 Confirmed Julius Jones
W5KUB.COM – Web Broadcaster 2804-2805 Confirmed Tom Medlin W5KUB
W5KUB.COM a - Web Broadcaster Logo at www.PCBoard.caW5KUB.COM - Web Broadcaster Logo at www.PCBoard.caW5KUB.COM will be back again this year webcasting the entire hamvention. We have viewers in over 150 countries. We will show vendors, have special guests, and we will also give out prizes to our viewers. W5KUB.COM gives outapprox $10,000 in prizes each year to our viewers. This is an extension of our weekly live ham radio show "Amateur Radio Roundtable" seen every Tues night on W5KUB.Com and heard on international shortwave station WBCQ on 5130 Khz. Our webcast live broadcast starts Wed May 17th we we begin our 500 mile trip.
Astronaut Douglas Wheelock returns for the 5th year to be co-host of the webcast. Drop by and see him.
W5YI Group-Gordon West Radio School 2306, 2406 Confirmed Larry Pollock
WA8JBT 6607 Confirmed Bob Gardner
Webster Communications Inc. 6807-6809 Confirmed Roger Webster
West Mountain Radio 3208-3210 Confirmed Sholto Fisher
West Mountain Radio Logo at www.PCBoard.caWest Mountain Radio specializes in products for Amateur Radio and RC hobbies. Product lines include DC power distribution and control, RIGrunner DC power strips, RIGblaster sound card interfaces, and precision battery analysis hardware and software.
Wild Sage Native American Jewelry 4310 Confirmed Paul & Natalie Mitchell
Wired Communications, LLC 5309-5311 Confirmed Roger Deane
KD6CNY
Wired Communications, LLC Logo at www.PCBoard.caWe promise you quality cables, connectors, & adapters at bargain prices with prompt, friendly support with a 2 year warranty. Wiredco.com offers Computer,Video, Audio, Cables, and Connectors plus, LED Lighting. We Specialize in Ham Radio cables, connectors, CAT5e network connectivity and LED lighting plus, HDMI cables, Phone chargers and USB Data
Wolf River Coils LLC 1002 Confirmed Terry Schilling
Young Ladies’ Radio League 2505 Confirmed Anne WB1ARU
Young Ladies Radio League at www.PCBoard.caStop at Booth 2505 to meet us and learn more about our revitalized and growing group! Young Ladies’ Radio League has been uniting YLs around the world for over 75 years on all bands and modes with nets, contests, awards, conventions and meets. Plan to attend the YL Forum on Friday at 2:30 PM in Room 4 and look for other informal gatherings in the cafeteria Saturday and Sunday.
For more information go to www.ylrl.org
Yaesu USA 3407-3411, 3507-3511 Confirmed Hans Rooker
Youth DX Adventure 2602 Confirmed Donald J. Dubon
Youth Tech – DARA 4001 Confirmed Jeff Ullrey
iPortable 5205 Confirmed Mark Mantia
KB6NU Classroom 1 Confirmed Dan KB6NU
KB6NU Hamvention Listing at www.PCBoard.caGet your Tech license at Hamvention! Dan, KB6NU, author of the No-Nonsense amateur radio license study guides, will be teaching this class on Saturday, May 19. The class costs $75, which covers the cost of the study, plus makes you eligible for a number of giveaways, including radios, programming software, and gift certificates to ham radio dealers. Go to https://www.kb6nu.com/next-one-day-tech-class/ for more info.
Bad Dog Tools 6513 6514 Reserved Ann Strong
CG Antenna 6611 Reserved Fons Wang
Cable X-Perts Inc. 4111 Reserved Nicholas Cosmano
EB104.RU 6702 Reserved Viktor Filimonov
GAM Electronics 6703 Reserved David Joseph
GAP Antenna Products, Inc. 3001 Reserved Rich Henf
Heritech Larm Partner AB 5104 Reserved Hakan Eriksson
Hilberling USA 3901 3902 Reserved Marcus Ovando
Momobeam 1801 1802 Reserved Giuseppe Spano
NVIS Communications / Barrett Communications 6402 Reserved John Rosica
Old Old Timers Club 6603 Reserved Phillip Sager
Radio Amateur Callbook (ITFM) 6709 Reserved Thomas Gudehus
RadioWavz 2606 2607 Reserved Rochelle Hohensee
Rohn Products, LLC 1701 1702 Reserved Cody Westermann
SSB Electronic USA 6103 Reserved Gerry Rodski
Skeddr 6511 Reserved Carter Parks
WRTC 2018 e.V. 2105 Reserved Christian Janssen
Western Case Company 6202 Reserved Kathryn Kauffman
Wireless Holdings 6211 Reserved Ulrich Altvater
Unique Commercial Vendors: 233   Confirmed Vendors: 213
Paid Booths: 442   Unpaid: 26   Available: 0