The National Electronics Museum is organized into twelve related exhibit galleries
- Fundamentals Gallery- Focuses on the basics of electricity and electronics as well as early electronics
- Communications Gallery- From the telegraph to modern computers, this gallery focuses on a wide range of communication devices, including Ham Radio and the Enigma Machine.
- Early Radar Gallery- Radar from World War II
- Cold War Radar Gallery- The Cold War advanced technology in many areas, including radar.
- Modern Radar Gallery- Radar has continued to develop, as is shown in this gallery
- Countermeasures Gallery- As Radar has developed, so have ways to hide from it, including jammers, receivers, and transmitters.
- Under Seas Gallery – Focuses on SONAR as well as other underwater technology
- Electro-optical Gallery – Focuses on the basics of infrared versus visual and the applications of infrared and Electro-optical technology
- Space Sensor Gallery – From satellites to the cameras used on the moon, this gallery looks at the technologies that have been used outside our planet
- Temporary Gallery – The museum has gallery space that changes regularly. The current Exhibit examines the history of Apple Computers.
- Outside Gallery – Six Historic radar Antennas, spanning 75 years of radar development, stand around the museum.
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