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Re: Help

In the USA, Mouser and Newark Electronics normally have them, but I got them on Ebay, where they cost less. They are often referred to as "Oval AC Connectors",
Bruce Gentry
30 Oct
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4451

Re: Help [1 Attachment]

Hi Bruce Regarding the connector you have used could you please let me have the supplier of the American connector and matching cable as I am a keen HP user
Paul Bicknell
29 Oct
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4450

: Help

Thanks Paul B for your reply...73 Phil North Devon
p.oakley@btinternet.com
29 Oct
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4449

: Re: [eddystone_radio_users] Help

Thanks Bruce for your rely & PDF 73 Phil
p.oakley@btinternet.com
29 Oct
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4448

: RE: [eddystone_radio_users] Help

Thank you all so much for your help & replies, it was completely operator error, when I took the cover off I placed the radio on a sheet of metal on work
p.oakley@btinternet.com
29 Oct
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4447

Re: Help

I have modified the connectors in the attached photos for my Eddystones. I did not want to alter the chassis, yet wanted to use an available power cord with a
Bruce Gentry
29 Oct
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4446

Re: Help

Hi all is not lost Although I do not now this receiver but from the photograph I believe Ben is correct that the removal of the bottom cover to the
Paul Bicknell
29 Oct
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4445

Re: Help

Hi Folks, I purchased many years ago a Eddystone Model S 504 all these years it has just sat on my radio desk because I like the look of it against my modern
Military Wireless Museum
29 Oct
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Help

Hi Folks, I purchased many years ago a Eddystone Model S 504 all these years it has just sat on my radio desk because I like the look of it against my modern
    p.oakley@btinternet.com
    29 Oct
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    4443

    Re: Transmitters

    On this side of the pond, there were some domestic companies that made both transmitters and receivers for amatuer radio. Hammarlund made a few transmittters,
    Bruce Gentry
    28 Sep
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    4442

    Re: Transmitters

    Eddystone had quite a history of transmitter work. Bearing in mind they started off making components there were designs for transmitters in the Shortwave
      Chris Pettitt
      28 Sep
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      Re: High Speed Morse

      Hi Ben Can’t be sure but Tatsfield was a Technical Monitoring Station which did a lot of measurements of signals BBC and other received. The main monitoring
        Chris Pettitt
        28 Sep
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        4440

        Re: Transmitters

        Hello Martin In the thirties Eddystone even made a few ham transmitters. Vy 73 de Jean-Claude, HB3YDH Am 28.09.2017 um 14:30 schrieb martin-smyth@...
        casy_ch@...
        28 Sep
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        4439

        High Speed Morse

        In the 'Eddystones in Famous Places' page, the BBC Tatsfield picture. Bottom left, an Undulator, a high speed Morse reader and inker. Why were they listening
        Military Wireless Museum
        28 Sep
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        4438

        Re: Transmitters

        There's the 5000 and 7000 series transceivers. The 1560 Marlin The war time S440 radio telephone and I think there were some VHF FM transmitter. No doubt a
        Military Wireless Museum
        28 Sep
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