Miscellaneous Radio Photos
This page is an index for photo galleries of various radios
I own, or have owned, which do not fit in any of the main
parts of my site. In no particular order they are:
- Larkspur B44 Mk III
60-90MHz AM 3 Crystal Controlled channels.
- Admiralty Receiver B28
WW2 Royal Navy Receiver 0.5 to 30MHz
- Standard Radio C6500 Receiver
1970s transistorised Wadley Loop receiver 0.5 to 30MHz
- British Army SR 128 SAS radio
Separate battery valve TX and RX 4 to 8 MHz 1950s-1970s
- AN/GRA-71 high speed morse sender
Vietnam era 300wpm magnetic tape recorder and sender
used with UK/PRC-316 and many US Army radio sets.
- Tellurometer MRA3
A 10GHz band precision distance measuring equipment
and secure voice link (who needs a B70) designed in
- Bradley CT471
An analogue electronic multimeter dating to the late
1960s or early 1970s. This one had calibration labels
from 1973 and still works well in 2009!
- NCRS Communications Trailer
NCRS was an HF ALE communications system used by Royal Signals
units in the UK. The equipment was trailer mounted and the
redundant trailers were sold through RAMCO in 2009/09. This
one had already been stripped of its equipment but I got it
for a very reasonable price including delivery.
- Clark SCAM40 (aka SCAM12) mast
The standard medium / heavy duty mast of the British Army.
30 kilos at 40 feet - no problem !
- Clark Surveyor 15M mast
My main station mast since 1997 - 10KG to 15m/45 feet.
I used to carry this on a Volvo 740 roof rack for /P
operation, but 110lbs for the main tube is a bit heavy
- Heathkit HW-101 Valve SSB Transceiver
I aquired this radio from a colleague at work whose father had become
a silent key. The rubber o-rings used as driving bands between the
control spindles and some variable capacitors had perished so I never
used it so it was sold to someone restoring another HW-101 in 2011
- Heathkit SB-200 linear Amplifier
I aquired the SB-200 from the same source as the HW-101 and found that
the band switch was stuck and it woudnt go to TX mode. Both tubes and
the HT supply seem OK so it will likely be sold for spares or repair.
Last Updated 23-June-2009 by G0OZS