This is the standard receiver used in all German panzer vehicles from 1939 to 1945.
|27.2 to 33.4 MHz
(125 channels, 1 division = 50 kHz = 1 channel)
12 V / 1.8 A, 130 V / 20 - 25 mA
A3 and A2.
(WHD) 312 x 197 x 176 mm
|This radio receiver is fantastic
It shall withstand shocks and vibrations in a panzer vehicle so everything is very compact and solid built.
Here is the tube that sits in all sections of the radio.
IF curve. It is quite amazingly good. It is 100 dB from top to bottom of the curve.
Signal input is mixing tubes anode. Signal output is the output of the IF stage.
The operating instructions to the radio is printed on the inside of the lid.
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