National Electronics Museum
The National Electronics Museum in Linthicum, Maryland, displays the history of the United States defense electronics. The museum houses exhibits containing assortments of telegraphs, radios, radars and satellites.
It is organized into twelve related exhibit galleries. Fundamentals Gallery focuses on the basics of electricity and electronics as well as early electronics. The Communications Gallery focuses on a wide range of communication devices from the telegraph to modern computers, including Ham Radio and the Enigma Machine. Early Radar Gallery focuses on radar from World War II. Under Seas Gallery focuses on SONAR as well as other underwater technology. Six historic radar antennas, spanning 75 years of radar development, stand around the museum.