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HF radio receiver R-311 “Omega”

HF radio receiver R-311 “Omega”- Soviet shortwave radio for military use with self-powered, manufactured from 1954 until the mid-1970s. One of the most common tube connected receivers in the Armed Forces of the USSR. 16 more words


R-807 “Berkut” aircraft radio transmitter.

Modulation: AM, CW.
Frequency range: 200 – 1500 kHz, 2 – 18.1 MHz.
27V DC line supply or inverter type U-600.
10 fix frequencies and cable remote control possibility. 12 more words


Global SHORT WAVE INFRARED Market Size, Share, Growth Analysis Forecast to 2021

Short Wave Infrared Market

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This report studies Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) in Global market, especially in North America, Europe, China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan, focuses on top manufacturers in global market, with production, price, revenue and market share for each manufacturer, covering… 735 more words

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DX Fanzine nr. 41

DX Fanzine, an electronic newsletter which was originally edited in 1999/2000, brings together tips and news as contributed by individual DXers or ascertained from different sources. 5,586 more words

DX Fanzine

B.B.C. WORLD SERVICE (1932.12.19)

BBC WORLD SERVICE ON CROSSCURRENTS, 12/19:  Transmitting overseas via short-wave, the precursor of the B.B.C. World Service started on this date in 1932.  Gavin and Wyatt rest in front of the B.B.C. 26 more words



HF Radio receiver Krot, developed in 1947 based on the ideas of designs captured German radio Koeln E 52b, Telefunken T9K39 etc. Produced from 1948 to 1952 at the Kharkov radio factory number 158. 22 more words