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tobicat
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join:2005-04-18
Tombstone, AZ

Can you ID this radio

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A radio in an old soviet sbmarine


DrStrange
Technically feasible
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West Hartford, CT
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Looks like some model of Collins.


Phillip
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join:2004-12-21
Hatboro, PA

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reply to tobicat

It is 50's era Soviet navy by the looks of the radio and key. The key looks like a KM or KM-F.

Found it......»wftw.nl/gallery2/r311.html



KA3SGM
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West Chester, PA
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reply to tobicat

Every Submarine needs a BOAT ANCHOR...
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ROCK 'TIL SUNSET



John Galt
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Happy Camp
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said by KA3SGM:

Every Submarine needs a BOAT ANCHOR...

That's why it's chained to the hull...


Paolo
Mr. Wireless

join:2004-05-29
canada

cool never seen a solviet era radio before



Hank
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Burlington, WV
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The bigger the radio the better they liked it.


tobicat
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join:2005-04-18
Tombstone, AZ
reply to tobicat

I have one of these it came out of a tank that did not need anymore during Desert Storm.

What is interesting that when you open it up all of the writing on all of the modules and circuit boards are in English.

»wftw.nl/gallery2/r123a.jpg



Wagonman

@61.7.171.x
reply to John Galt

If it was not chained to the wall the radio would risk falling to the floor during sink bomb attacks and while sailing topside in heavy seas.
No radio operator would allow this to happen, naturally. !!



raypsi1

join:2001-04-09
Redford, MI
reply to tobicat

I wonder how they run shielded balanced line to the end fed zepp, out the screen door on the stern?