National Radio's 50th Anniversary Album

This attractive equipment, an important modification of the NC-1501 Atomichron, is the primary frequency calibration source for the Air Force Global Tracking System "GLOTRAC".

National's NC-121 is a surprisingly inexpensive general coverage receiver designed specifically for the novice amateur and the SWL. Incorporating a number of design innovations in its price class, the '121 (shown here in its optional oiled walnut enclosure) makes a handsome receiver for den or livingroom.

The National AN/PRC-54 is the world's smallest tactical SSB transceiver. Completely solid state, the PRC-54 was developed for the U.S.M.C. and provides 4000 synthesized channels between 28-68Mc. Power is 5 watts PEP with advanced speech processing for extended range.

The NCX-3 SSB/AM/CW transceiver is a familiar sight in ham shacks and automobiles all over the world. The NCX-3 with its accessory AC or DC power supplies is a complete 200 watt 80, 40, or 20 meter amateur station.


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