is a fully transistorized Russian Air Band receiver, with a frequency range of
100 ... 150 MHz.
This specimen was adapted by the German Army; they added a new front, and changed part of the structure.
The original radio had 12V DC and 220V AC in one connector; this is not allowed in Germany. That is why the AC PSU was removed,
leaving the 12V input only. So the empty room inside the housing resulted.
I could not find any hints about the conversion or about the "Germanizing..." of the front plate.
Other radios with the same housing in the collection are:
- Frequency range:
- 100 ... 149.975 MHz
- Channel spacing:
- 25 kHz
- Powered by:
- Original receiver 220V AC, and 12 V DC
- After conversion 12 V DC
- Active elements:
- 35 semiconductors
- Measurements and weight:
- 310 x 215 x 190 mm; 7.5 kg
- Year of issue:
- 1970 ?