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WWII era radio equipment available
« on: October 03, 2008, 04:48:33 PM »
Just got this in an email from HNSA:

Radio Equipment Available.  The National WWII Museum in New Orleans, LA has advised me of the availability of a number of pieces of radio equipment to any museum that wants or needs them.  They were postal mailed to the museum with no history attached. They are as follows: Two (2) black metal cylinders (unopened) 13” in circumference, 7” high dated Nov 21,1953, U.S. Navy Bureau of Ordinance Synchro Differential Transmitter MK 9 Mod 4 type 5 HDG weighing 5 lbs. Ser No. B-1208, Bendix Aviation Corporation, Montrose Division 90-/90V., AC 60 cycle, DWG 1357620 Quantity 1, MFG’s Part No. 2352-1-A1. One (1) radio 20x17.5x12 inches Model RCH Receiving Equipment Supply 115v 10 60~ Ser 2356, Navy Department Bureau of Ships, Contractor and Mfrs. E.H. Scott Radio Laboratories Inc. Accepted by Navy 06 15 45. One (1) radio 28x12x16 inches, Synchro Signal Amplifier, FSN Mark-

Mod- Volts 115, Cycles 400, Navy Department Bureau of Ships, Bowen and Company, Bethesda, MD. POC for this equipment is Mr. Kirk A. Freeman, Curator The National WWII Museum. Telephone (504) 527-6012, email