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In the National Telegraph Convention, the numeral was changed from the Valentine-type sentiment to a vague sign of fraternalism. Here, 73 was a greeting, a friendly "word" between operators and it was so used on all wires. In 1859, the Western Union Company set up the standard "92 Code".
National HRO: This receiver was a 9 tube / valve general coverage HF communications receiver manufactured by the National Radio Company of Malden, Massachusetts, United States.. The HRO was announced in October 1934 and the first units were shipped in March 1935.
Apr 29, 2019 · The National Company of Malden, Massachusetts was a world class manufacturer of commercial and amateur radio communications equipment from the early 1930’s until the late 1960’s. Their HRO series was used extensively by numerous allies during World War II, and can be credited with helping in the effort to receive coded messages from behind ...
This is a very nice Hallicrafters S-40B receiver. These were manufactured from 1950 -1955. The radio provides continuous coverage from 540 Kc to 43 Mc. It is probably an updated version of the S-20R shown above. This is an 8-tube set and it has the usual bandspread control and receives AM and CW.
This is a list of radio orchestras with the links in their names, and the native language names in italics (where available). Contents 1 Current radio orchestras