Mw. E. c
 
Mittelwellen Empfänger c
 

This is an advanced and high quality middle-wave receiver that was used in command vehicles to communicate with headquarters during battle. It was commonly used together with the 30 W. S. a and the 80 W. S. transmitters.

 
Specifications
 
FREQUENCY RANGE:
(Mo) 830 KHz - 3 MHz. Split into 2 frequency ranges: 830 KHz - 1600 KHz and 1600 KHz - 3 MHz
NUMBER OF CRYSTALS:
3
PRESET FREQUENCIES:
ANTENNA:
Preferable to use two antennas, one for the first frequency range, and the second for the higher frequency range. The receiver has two antenna connectors for this purpose.
TUNING:(MO OR CRYSTAL)
CRYSTAL
SENSITIVITY:
SELECTIVITY:
POWER SOURCE:
12-volt vehicular storage battery through dynamotor (Umformer) German type E.U.a. Current drain from 12 volt battery 2.3 Amperes. Power requirements, Plates: 150 volts, 30 mA; Filaments: 12.6 volts, 1.2 Amperes; Dial Lamp 12 volts, 0.14 Amperes
SIMILAR SETS :
POWER OUTPUT:(WATTS)
TUBES (TYPE and NUMBER):
9, all RV 12 P2000 , used as R-F amplifier, mixer, local oscillator, BFO, 1st I-F amplifier, 2nd I-F amplifier, signal and AGC detectors, and both A-F amplifiers (push-pull output stage). I-F frequency is 352 kHz, BFO is 353 kHz
USE:
These receivers are used in armored vehicles, in tanks for communication between tank company and tank battalion headquarters, and in stationary installations for long-range communication with marine stations. They can be used in nets with American amplitude-modulated radio sets within the frequency and distance range. This receiver can also be used to communicate with the Torn. Fu. g backpack transceiver,
TYPE OF SIGNAL:
Tone and voice, amplitude modulated
RANGE: (MILES)
TO COMMUNICATE WITH:
Battalion, regimental, or divisional headquarters
TO REPLACE IN PART:
 

 

Receiver obverse.

 

 

Data plate. Nice early manufacture date.

 

 

On/off switch and volume control.

 

 

Bandwidth adjustment control.

 

 

Voice / Morse code toggle switch. "Tonsieb" literally is translated as "tone sieve" therefore as a filter for better voice reception (or squelch).

 

 

Voltmeter. Is it the correct one for this radio???

 

 

The lower frequency range

 

 

.....and the upper frequency range.

 

 

Two antenna connectors, one for each frequency range.

 

 

The frequency range selector switch and transmitter side-tone input connector.

 

 

Reverse of the receiver with the cover removed.

 

 

This receiver was re-calibrated on the 31st of August, 1943.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The manufacturer's stamp.

 

 

The remains of a waffen-amt stamp.

 

 

Additional markings.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

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