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HF, VHF and UHF Mobile systems

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A table listing the Mobile and Portable equipment in 1958 is available here.

 

         
Name or Model No. Approx. Date Description Details Comments
         
CM11/TM11  1942 Transmitter/Receiver - for the Canadian Navy here Canadian Marconi
WS-52  1943 Transmitter/Receiver - for the British Army  here Canadian Marconi 
         
H6    Portable set  here  
H9a    Portable set  here  
H16 1952 Mobile VHF equipment, 10W here  
H16A  1952 Fixed Station, VHF, 10W  here  
H19 1952 Walkie-Talkie VHF equipment, 250mW here  
         
HP10 Series 1952 Telephone equipment, VHF, 3-5W  here  
HP21A   HF Pack Set    
HP31A < 1958 Portable HF Transmitter/Receiver, 10W here  
HP55/56 < 1958 VHF Telephone equipment, 7-8W here  
HP57/58  1961 VHF AM Mobile Transmitter/Receiver  here  
HP80 < 1958 VHF Telephone equipment, 10W here  
HP85B and HP86B  1959 VHF Telephone equipment, 8-10W  here   
         
RLB Set < 1958 ATE-Marconi VHF equipment here  
RLS Series < 1958 ATE-Marconi VHF equipment here  
         
RT122  1961 VHF/UHF Transmitter/Receiver 100W  here Marconi Italiano
TR50A and TR50D  1962 MF/HF Transmitter/Receivers (47-60W)  here   
         
         
DT45-7AT  1960 HF Radio Telephone, 25W  here  Canadian Marconi
         
HX10 Series 1952 Telephone equipment, VHF, 3-5W here  
HX20/30 Series 1952 Duplex Telephone equipment, VHF, 3-5W here  
HX55/56 < 1958 VHF Telephone Transmitters, 25W here  
HR55/56 < 1958 VHF Telephone Receivers here  
HX84A/85A/86A < 1958 VHF Telephone Transmitters, 35-50W here  
HR84A/85A/86A < 1958 VHF Telephone Receivers here  
HX300 Series 1952 Duplex Telephone equipment, VHF 12W  here  
         
HG20 < 1958 Selective Calling for VHF Mobile systems here  
         
H4100  1962 Transmitter/Receiver, mobile, SSB, 10W  here  
H4000  1966 100W pep HF SSB Transmitter/Receiver  here  
         

 

 

This is a table of Marconi mobile / transportable radio transceivers extracted from the Pye Museum website (with their permission to use).  This is a temporary location until I can work out the best place to put it. 

 

Please add any comments you may have in the Comments box at the bottom of this page.

 

                       
  Model Description Date Mounting Frequency Mod. Power Channels Comments Spec. Source  
  H16A   c. 1950 Boot P-Band       Police use A  
  H400T                 A  
  H401                 A  
  H47                 A  
  H47R                 A  
  H67   c. 1952 Dash   AM 5-7W   Made for Marconi by BCC A  
  HP112     Dash     5-7W   Made for Marconi by BCC A  
  HP16B     Boot   AM 5-7W   Made for Marconi by BCC A  
  HR55N/HR56N Fixed Receiver       AM       A  
  Minstrel     Base + Handheld VHF AM 40W 10 Sales Brochure here A  
  MTR110 RC675 Family   Boot P-Band AM/FM   16 =RC675 A  
  MTR111 RC675 Family   Boot P-Band AM/FM   256 =RC675 A  
  R500 Secure Speech prototype               A  
                       
  RC420 Tx/Rx Base station     HF         A  
  RC505/TR Personal Radio Telephone c. 1972 Hand VHF FM 250mW to 2W 3   here  
  RC530 Transportable       FM       A  
  RC550 Packset       FM       A  
  RC555/TR Mobile Radio Telephone c. 1972 Hand VHF AM 500mW 3   here  
  RC570H       P-Band AM 5W 6   A  
  RC600 Tx/Rx     P-Band       Police use A  
  RC602/TR Mobile Radio Telephone c. 1972 Boot + Dash VHF FM 25W 6   here  
  RC620/TR Mobile Radio Telephone c. 1972 Dash VHF FM 10W 10   here  
  RC625     Dash   FM     "GEC Messenger" A  
  RC627     Dash   FM       A  
  RC630                 A  
  RC640     Boot 143-156MHz FM   99   A  
  RC650 Mobile   Boot   AM       A  
  RC660/TR-P Portable Radio Telephone c. 1972 Hand VHF AM 5W 4   here  
  RC665/TR Mobile Radio Telephone c. 1972 Dash VHF AM 7W 10   here  
  RC675     Boot P-Band AM/FM       A  
  RC680     Dash VHF AM 5W 12   A  
  RC681     Dash VHF FM 20W 12   A  
  RC690 Transportable             Fire Brigade use A  
  RC690 Fixed Station     143-156MHz AM   99   A  
  RC700 Fixed station Tx/Rx     VHF FM       A  
  RC701/TR Base Station c. 1972 Desk VHF FM 10W 10   here  
  RC710/TR Base Station c. 1972 Desk VHF FM 25W to 50W 6   here  
  RC730 Fixed Station       AM       A  
  RC742 BT Radiophone base station               A  
  RC748 Tx/Rx       FM       A  
  RC751/TR Base Station c. 1972 Desk VHF AM 5W 4   here  
  RC760/TR Base Station c. 1972 Desk VHF AM 25W 6   here  
  RC790 Base station           99   A  
  RC801 Trunked Portable               A  
  RC850/TR-P Portable Radio Telephone c. 1972 Hand UHF PM/FM 5W 1 of 10   here  
  RC860/TR Mobile Radio Telephone c. 1972 Dash UHF PM/FM 5W 1 of 10   here  
  RC860TR-P Portable     UHF   5W   Designed by Eddystone Radio A  
  RC1002/RCU Remote Control unit c. 1972 Wall/Desk           here  
  RC1013                 A  
  RC1200/LA Add-on Amplifier c. 1972 Desk VHF AM/FM 25W N/A   here  
  RC1500/SC Selective Call unit c. 1972 Desk           here  
  RC7000 Base Station     P-Band AM 120W     A  
                     
  RP47B Tx/Rx   Boot           A  
  TR665 Mobile       AM     "Kenilworth Mobile" A  
  TRA-B-E-F Transportable   Hand         "Courier" A  
                     
                       
                       
                       
  Notes                    
  A = The Pye Museum http://www.qsl.net/gm8aob/Marconi.htm            
  P-Band = 79 - 101MHz                  
                       

 

 

 

 

 

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