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AM5D Transistor ReporterThe Transistor Reporter AM5D was a small dash mount mobile, and in technology terms was a cross between the PTC116 Reporter, the PTC2001 Ranger and the AM10D Cambridge and was mainly sold in the Republic of Eire. It was…

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A long distance radio containing a built-in removable wave magnet. Capable of over sea long range receiving.

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Low profile tablemodel

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Short hand carry strap attached at LHS and RHS of radio body. Body enclosed in white synthetic perforated poly vinyl. Tuning scale on window bears the Pye Transistor mark on both the LHS and RHS of window in brown print.

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This radio was owned by Fr. Stone who used it to communicate with Irish UN forces in the Congo during the conflict in the Congo. Forces had no other means of communicating with the Island of Ireland and this set was used to receive the report of the…

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Incar unit with chrome plated from panel. White adjustment knob on far LHS of front panel. White adjustment knob on far RHS of front panel. Inner clear plastic window with printed scale for 200-550 MW and 1100 - 2000 LW. Window also contains two side…

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This radio has a built in alarm clock with lights. When alarm goes off a kettle sitting on the unit begins to boil and tea is brewed in a clay tea pot which sits on the unit. This radio was meant to be kept in the bedroom to provide fresh tea on…

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3-v +R, AC TRF Table model, MW/LW Mtrs/StN. Black rexine covered wood cabinet.

All references for this entry are taken from Radio!Radio! by Jonathan Hill (1986)
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