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Single frequency 75 MHz Beacon receiver from the WWII era. The Military BC-341F is part of RC-39A and uses 12C8 and 12SQ7 tubes. In normal operation a light lit up when then beacon was in range, although audio output was possible.
With some effort these models can be modded to work on 50 MHz (6m) , 108-134 MHz (aircraft), 144-148 MHz (2m) or even 150-174 MHz.
Surplus price 1950 in the US: $2.25
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