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This site contains photos, manuals, and information about antique and vintage test equipment in my collection manufactured by RCA. Please note: Any files contained here are items I have collected from vintage sources. There is no guarantee of the accuracy of any information contained on this page.
Test Equipment Collection Vintage test equipment in my collection from the s through the s. Some items shown below are only one of that manufacturer's items in my collection. See the following pages for more items from a particular manufacturer: Supreme Instruments Corp.
Supreme Instruments Corp. Greenwood Mississippi. Welcome to my Supreme Instruments collection. This site contains photos of over 70 different Supreme models in my collection and various manuals, schematics, catalogs, ads, history, and information about Supreme's tube testers, radio analyzers, meters, and other radio test equipment manufactured by Supreme Instruments Corporation in Greenwood Mississippi.
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The oscillator is fixed tuned but can be switched between Hz and Hz. The output is taken from a secondary winding on the oscillator coil, so it's isolated from the AC power line. A "Thyrite" varistor limits the amplitude of the oscillation.
Some of the items from my Antique Radio Collection. This is my first antique radio. A friend of my father gave it to me when I was
All vaccuum tubes. I had rescued it from the town dump. It was clearly someone's prized possession, as it had all its accessories, an original service manual, and a telephone pickup coil in its original box. But old mono reel to reel tape recorders aren't very interesting to most collectors, so no one was buying.
This past year has been very good for our club, thanks in part to improved attendance at last November's Fall Swap meet, another great Radio Workshop in February, and a very successful Radio Daze meet in May, all resulting in a Hopefully this trend will continue! This is phenomenal considering that many of the vintage radio clubs are complaining about declining membership.