RME Est. 1930 | USA

Radio Manufacturing Engineers, Inc. was founded in the early 1930s by two hams - E. Shalkhauser, W9CI and Russ Planck, W9RGH. The company's home base was Peoria, Illinois. RME started with the RME 9 and RME 9D in 1932/1933. The famous RME 69 was announced in 1935. Using nine tubes, a stout chassis and a tight, compact layout, the RME-69 provided the user a receiver with lots of sensitivity along with great performance features and a tuning and bandspread dial system that was "velvet smooth" - even though the dial nomenclature was minuscule.

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9 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: General coverage
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9D Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: General coverage
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45B Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.55-33 MHz
TX:
50 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: General coverage (0.55-33 MHz ?)
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69 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.55-32 MHz (6 bands)
TX:
70 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: General coverage
TX:
4350 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 10-160 m
TX:
4350A Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 10-160 m
TX:
6900
Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 10-160m, incl. 30m + WWV
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6902 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 10-160m, incl. 30m + WWV
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