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ITEMS NOT SOLD ARE OPEN FOR OFFERS and soon on EBAY
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A SELECTION OF MEMBERS ITEMS FOR SALE AT OUR RALLY
If a member wants to list an item then email RADARS@radars.me.uk

On Sale by - Dave, G3RIK.  Email: dave@radars.me.uk.  Tel: 01706 633400

CT Deluxe
Presentation Morse Key
  
Beautifully hand crafted plated and polished morse key
  • Designed by UR5CDX
  • Massive base 150x80 mm
  • Ability to adjust weight and contact gap
  • Hand made by a team of professional engineers
  • Exceptional quality chrome plating and mirror-like brass polish 
  • Mirror like smooth surface
  • Unique polished brass key plaque featuring the key's serial model
  • Weight 1.4 kg

  • Serial Number 042, 2002 with original packaging box

Current asking price

100

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BREAKING FOR SPARES

PACKARD BELL
EASY NOTE
MS2384


PACKARD BELL EASY NOTE

LAPTOP PC   MS 2384

 

Memory Chip 4GB, Keyboard

Mouse Pad, Camera Module

WiFi Module,  Etc etc

 

Damaged Case (Hinge)

Damaged Screen,  NO HDD



On Sale by - Bryan, G3RLE  Email: rally@radars.me.uk.

PYE
PTC703Z

AM Base
Station




OPEN
TO
OFFERS





The PTC703 and PTC704 was the second generation design of Pye fixed stations and replaced the PTC104/5/6 series equipments from 1949 until the Ranger generation was introduced in 1956/1957.

The novel receiver design by George Smith was utilised in both fixed and mobile equipments of the time and used a first IF determined by the local oscillator crystal frequency plus 2.9 MHz and a fixed second IF of 2.9MHz.  The transmitter designed by Brian Armstrong used a type 832 VHF tetrode valve in the final amplifier, this was replaced with a more modern QQV03-20 in the PTC703Z model in about 1955. 

MULLARD
QY3 - 125

Very rare transmitter valve
2 available
TRANSMITTER VALVE
Pa <125W, Va < 3kV, Ia < 225mA
Base B5F

HF to 50Mhz
Current asking price

15 ea

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British wireless frequency
unit Type RF27
Part of Gee airborne radar navigation system receiver type R3645.

Tunes 65 - 85MHz for an IF of 7.5MHz
Ref 19DB/8654
Ser No 1210

With case

Current asking price

15

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Send offers to
rally@radars.me.uk