TenTecWiki

Welcome to the TenTecWiki! The primary goal of the TenTecWiki is to provide a reference for amateur radio equipment that has been produced by Ten-Tec, Incorporated. over the years. 1)

As with any wiki, users are encouraged to contribute by creating new pages or editing/correcting/adding to existing pages. Please review the wiki guidelines and help files. You must register/log in if you wish to add or edit any wiki pages.2) If you are a new user and wish to register, email N1EU. The online registration has been disabled due to the volume of spam user registrations. You do not have to register/log in to view the pages in the wiki.

Equipment (Desc, Specs, Mods, Links, Etc.)

General Equipment Info / Fixes / Mods / Tips

Manuals

Ten-Tec Manuals are not available from the TenTecWiki. Ten-Tec manuals are available for purchase or download directly from Ten-Tec. Please visit the Ten-Tec Service Department web pagefor purchase information. Some older equipment manuals can be downloaded from the Obsolete Manuals Page.

Related Links

Search the Ten-Tec Email List using Google

Google Custom Search

Past Equipment Price Lists

Ads from the Past to the Present

Brief History

Ten-Tec was founded in 1968 by Al Kahn, K4FW (SK), and Jack Burchfield, K4JU. Mr. Kahn became a Silent Key in 2005. Mr. Burchfield is currently President. In addition to manufacturing amateur radio and commercial communications equipment, Ten-Tec operates a complete tool and die shop and molding facility. Ten-Tec builds all its own enclosures as well as custom work for outside customers. Ten-Tec is located in Sevierville, TN, and is a 100% U.S. owned privately-held company. Majority stockholder is Mr. Burchfield with several past and present employees and their families being minority stockholders.

1) The TenTecWiki is not associated with or sponsored by Ten-Tec, Incorporated.
2) New users will be unable to add or edit any wiki pages until approved by the wiki sysop.