[AMRadio] need info


Edward B Richards zuu6k at juno.com
Mon Apr 17 11:10:20 EDT 2006


Thanks,Todd;

Yes it is the GENERAL RADIOTELEPHONE COMPANY.

Ed

On Mon, 17 Apr 2006 10:58:17 -0400 "Todd, KA1KAQ" <ka1kaq at gmail.com>
writes:
> On 4/15/06, Edward B Richards <zuu6k at juno.com> wrote:
> > Hi Guys;
> >
> > I just acquired a GENERAL RADIOPHONE COMPANY swr 
> bridge/wattmeter/rfs
> > indicator, model 615-B.  Does anyone know the frequency range over 
> which
> > it is reasonably accurate? Thank you.
> 
> Ed -
> 
> Not sure if you've gotten any info yet, but I'm happy to share the
> little I know. General RadioTelephone (I'm guessing that's who you
> mean) made very nice 2-ways gear for the 11 meter and business band
> services in the 60s-70s. They were the left coast equivalent of, or
> along the lines of Browning and Tram from NH. Hand-wired, US-made,
> quality components and so on.
> 
> They also made a few accessories like these SWR bridges, which I'd
> 'guess' would work well on HF but may be more specific or at least
> accurate in the higher regions of HF. Info is out there, but not
> plentiful. I'm not aware that they made anything beyond 2-way gear,
> but it's possible.
> 
> Hope this helps -
> 
> de Todd/'Boomer'  KA1KAQ
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