AWA Receiver CR-6B
as used by Dept. of Civil Aviation in the late 1950's. CR-6A was for general coverage over 2-30MHz, and the CR-6B was used to cover the long wave 200-540kHz plus general coverage over 2-25MHz. This radio had service-replaceable modules.
Bendix Aircraft Receiver RA-1B. Used in WW2 for the reception of continuous wave telegraph or radio telephone signals within frequency ranges of 0.15 to 1.5 mc and 1.8 to 15.0 mc. Free band is used to give full coverage in each frequency range. Can be used in conjunction with the Bendix direction finding equipment (DU-1).
Collins R37 UHF Receiver
Dept. of Civil Aviation
Kingsley Receiver AR7 used by RAAF during WW2 and later. The AR7 was a high quality valve receiver covering a wide frequency range, from 150 KHz to 25 MHz, in 6 bands. Band changes were made by changing the plug-in tuning module, which is the part with handles below the tuning dial in the photo.
Marconi (UK) R1155 Receiver (Air Ministry). The workhorse of Bomber Command. Each aircraft had two R1155s. One was used by the Wireless operator and the other by the Navigator. The R1155 was equipped with Radio Direction Finding capabilities.
Vintern R32 VHS Receiver (Y5/613) Ground to Air.
Hazeldine (USA) BC1421A, 100 to 150 MHz VHF tunable receiver. These were used post war by DCA as a monitor receiver.
WRE Telemetry Test Receiver as used with Jindivik Pilotless Aircraft.
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