... and the Japanese were not to be out-done.
The first post-war HRO -- the HRO "5".
1946 -- The NC-240D covered 540Kc - 30Mc. with an unusal bandswitching
arrangement -- the single main tuning knob switched the rack and pinion
driven coil turret to amateur bandspread when pulled out a notch. [Pulling
out the main tuning knob and twisting it moved the rack and pinion driven
coil turret to cover both bandspread and general coverage frequency ranges . The
NC-200 had the same feature.]
The NC-183D was (and still is) an extremely popular double conversion
receiver, covering 540Kc to 31Mc and 48 to 54 Mc. Shown here is the rack
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