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WWII Airborne Radio Direction Set (1942)
(communications gear)

WWII Airborne Radio Direction Set (1942)


This extremely rare, historical direction finding set was used early in the war in medium bombers for navigation purposes. Set consists of a GE .2 to 1.5 mHz receiver (CG-46115) and a Bendix directional loop/ coupler unit (CRR-50061). The 28 VDC dynamotor is replaced by a power supply for 120 VAC operation. The azimuth calibrated loop along with a short "sense" antenna gives unambiguous null to a few degrees on broadcast stations, airport beacons, etc. up to a hundred miles or more. Electronically restored. Excellent condition. Fun to use! Receiver 7"W x 8"H x 18"D, Loop/coupler 18"H x 8"W x 7"D.
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