Photo via E-bay
Type: General purpose, SSB marine receiver ; Type N-01-2050-01
Frequency Range: 10 kHz to 28 MHz in ten ranges.
Circuits: Single conversion superhet from 15 kHz to 1.4 MHz. Above 1.4 MHz, it operates as double conversion superhet.
Feature: 24 programmable preset frequencies.
Modes: CW/MCW/FSK/AM (SSB)
Power Mains: 105-130 VAC or 210-260 VAC
Manufactured between: 1970 and 1982
Dimensions in inches: ?
Comments: Although this is a solid state receiver, it is nonetheless the first of the main Marconi receivers used during the transitionary period from tubes to solid state. Apollo was basically a tube design but with
transistors substituted for the tubes. At the end of the day, it really wasn't that good of a receiver.
|General view.(Photo by Jason Ingraham)|
|Filter switch. (Image via E-bay)|
|Nameplate (Image via E-bay).|
Contributors and Credits:
3) Shortwave Receivers Past & Present Communications Receivers 1942-1997 by Fred Osterman.
4) Sandy Blaize ebjr37(at)charter.net
5) Jason Ingraham <the_doctor31(at)hotmail.com>