[AMRadio] VX101 JR


manualman at juno.com manualman at juno.com
Sun Aug 1 23:19:34 EDT 2010


Electro-Mechanical, Offices at 17 East42nd St, NYC and originially
located in Long Island City, NY. Manufacturing plant in Richmond Hill,
NY.  had at least two models, VX-101 and VX-101-JR. VX-101, 80 to 10
meters, Bandswitching, CW only, VFO plus 4 crystal positions, 807 final,
provision for external modulator. VX-101-JR, 80 to 20 meters,
Bandswitching, HF-60 final, VFO only and no crystal positions. Years made
1946-1947.

Pete, wa2cwa

On Sun, 1 Aug 2010 21:53:44 -0500 (CDT) crawfish at surfmore.net writes:
> N7RK has a mention of it on his list of transmitters.It was made by 
> a
> company by the name of Electro-Mechanical in 1947.
>                                                             Joe 
> W4AAB
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> > Has anyone ever heard of a VX101JR??? Loooks like a Lysco but 
> not.Has a
> > single 807 puts out about 12 Watts CW only.
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> > One of the local guys has one and it looks brand new.
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