Ham Radio Equipment from the 1930s

The timeline selects and sorts rigs according to manufacturing dates. Find rigs of your favorite era, or your year of birth. Rigs with uncertain manufacturing dates (like "19xx") are excluded from these pages.

 SW-5 SW-5
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM  
?-? MHz
TX
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 Comet Comet
Base Station Amateur HF Receiver
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RX
AM  
545 kHz - 20 MHz with plug-in coils
TX
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 SW-3 SW-3
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM  
0.3-30 MHz
TX
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 Comet Pro Comet Pro
Base Station Amateur HF Receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
545 kHz - 33 MHz with plug-in coils
TX
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 AGS AGS
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
1.5-20 MHz
TX
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 FB-7 FB-7
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
1.5-20 MHz
TX
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 9 9
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
General coverage
TX
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 S-1 Skyrider S-1 Skyrider
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
1.6-22 MHz in four bands
TX
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 S-4 Super Skyrider S-4 Super Skyrider
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
1.3-21 MHz in four bands
TX
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 HRO-M HRO-M
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
0.05-30 MHz depending on coil pack
TX
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 HRO-SR HRO-SR
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
0.05-30 MHz depending on coil pack
TX
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 9D 9D
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
General coverage
TX
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 S-7 Super Skyrider S-7 Super Skyrider
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
0.54-48 MHz in five bands
TX
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 69 69
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
0.55-32 MHz (6 bands)
TX
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 S-9 Super Skyrider S-9 Super Skyrider
Desktop Shortwave receiver
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RX
AM   CW  
0.54-42 MHz in five bands
TX
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