|[AMRadio] NC 183 mil VLF receiver for sale|
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Mon Nov 26 13:13:48 EST 2007
For a few years I had a NC-183DR here that was a diversity version dome by Northern Radio<? I think> Interesting as the highest tuning band was gone. I talked to a few people who had them and one guy who had the M.O. for the syatem. I was wondering if you were involved with these? Did they buy standard units from you and rework them or, as I suspect, did you guys build a special version for them?
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From: jeremy-ca <km1h at jeremy.mv.com>
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Subject: Re: [AMRadio] NC 183 mil VLF receiver for sale
I guess it is one of a kind as the R-651/URR-39 is based around a NC-183DR.
These show up occassionally on Ebay at reasonable prices.
A true NC-183DR (not modified with VLF and the uncalibrated bandspread dial)
brings a much higher price.
National Radio 1963-69
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