Login or Register to upload images

The RCA SRR-13A was made for the Navy in the early 1950s and 1960s. This receiver is a later version with solid state diodes, an AGC on/off switch and other improvements. These units received a lot of service on U.S. Navy ships. They were replaced by the Collins R-390A.

General characteristics

HAM bands
?
Frequency stability
?
Tuning steps
?

Receiver

RX-range
2-32 MHz
Modulations
AM   CW  
Sensitivity
?
Selectivity
?
Filters
?
Receiver system
Single conversion, 29 valves
IF-frequencies
455 kHz
Image rejection
?
Audio output
?

Connections

Antenna
-
Impedance
?
Other
-

Electrical

Power requirements
?
Current drain RX
?
TX
-

Physical

Manufactured
Between 195x and 196x in USA
Dimensions (w×h×d)
?
Weight
?
Form factor
Base Station

Other features

Memories
?
Usage
Military communication
Features + options
?
Accessories
?
MPN
RCA-SRR-000013A

Manuals, diagrams and brochures

No documents available for this particular model.
 
Upload relevant documents

Reviews & stories

Do you know this rig? Tell us something about it!

New and second-hand prices

Estimating the value of a rig can be challenging. We collect prices paid by real hams over the years to help you estimate the value of a used RCA SRR-13A. Just bought or sold this model? Let us know what you traded it for and help other ham operators!

These estimates are based on the following prices: (see all 0 prices)

Year Historic price Condition Submitted by

Login or Register to submit prices

Links & tools