pdefayette at MINDSPRING.COM
Tue May 30 19:39:58 EDT 2000
Sounds like a Navy model RBC receiver. Following quote is from Bill's
(NJ7P) Ham Radio WWW Server: "Receiver, shipboard, superhet, 4.0-27 MHz,
ca. 1940, like RBB except freq. range and 6AB7 first RF tube. Used with
A true boatanchor if I ever saw one.
N5AIT Allan Stephens wrote:
> A bit more digging in old basements revealed a
> couple more items:
> Navy CRV-46148 RCVR (RCA) + power supply - a bit
> dirty and missing one meter but otherwise seems to be all
> there. 4.0 to 27.0 mcs.
> Any leads as to where/when it was used (and does anyone
> want it?)
> CE Multiphase RF Analyzer (like small O-scope)
> Probably all cheap if anyone wants to make an offer (plus
> shipping) or pick up Cincinnati environs. Estate, proceeds to widow.
> 73, Al N5AIT
> modsteph at acs.eku.edu
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