Radio, Eddystone Receiver; Stratton & Co Ltd; 1954; Unknown number
Radio, Eddystone ReceiverAbout this object
This Eddystone 770R VHF communications receiver was made by Stratton and Company in Birmingham, England in 1954 and receives AM and FM signals. It was primarily designed for the commercial and governmental agencies to monitor shipping and aircraft communications.
The signal was located by the operator turning the flywheel on the front, the frequency indicated in the glass panel display above, though being valve operated it would take a while to warm up.
inorganic, processed materials, plastic, bakelite
inorganic, processed materials, metals, copper
inorganic, processed materials, metals, chrome
inorganic, processed materials, metals, steel
inorganic, processed materials, glass
h 330 mm x w 350 mm x d 430 mmSubject and Association Keywords
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