[Milsurplus] ****need resource sites for bc-151 info,schematic, tales, pictures etc.

ed sharpe esharpe at USWEST.NET
Thu Sep 5 00:23:42 EDT 2002

Marty, need the key for it, the antenna, and the legs if any were used....
did it use a generator also?
Please check our web site at
to see other engineering fields, communications and computation stuff we
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5802 w palmaire ave
glendale az 85301

thanks Ed Sharpe archivist for SMECC
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marty R's GI-stuff haunt" <cosmoline at aa4rm.ba-watch.org>
To: <BOATANCHORS at LISTSERV.TEMPE.GOV>; <armyradios at yahoogroups.com>;
<boatanchors at mailman.qth.net>; <boatanchors at qth.net>; <esharpe at uswest.net>;
<milsurplus at mailman.qth.net>; <milsurplus at qth.net>
Sent: Wednesday, September 04, 2002 6:07 AM
Subject: Re: [Milsurplus] ****need resource sites for bc-151 info,schematic,
tales, pictures etc.

> Ed & company
> FW Chesson's web site & AWA Review art'l says BC-151 (p/o SCR161 /
> 4.8-5.5 mhz) is artillery version of BC-148 (p/o SCR 151 / 2-3.5 mcs)
> infantyr radio.  Doesn't the artl'y always get the higher allocation?
> There's a picture of one w. it's loop in TM 11-487 indicating it was
> actually used in WW2.  Well someone once posted they were set up
> & taken down over & over in training but never had the juice
> shot to 'em (Bruce).
> I've a ratso BC-148
> Lucky you, smecc museneum can put the thing on new 5 mhz ham band &
> compete w. WWV.  Lucky indeed.
>     Marty

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