11/27/2007

My Collection List

This list shows my Chinese military radio collections ordered by received date. This list will be updated as new collections coming in.

  1. 884 VHF FM transceiver (8/2006)
  2. Type Eight One SW transmitter (9/2006)
  3. 139 HF receiver (9/2006)
  4. Later production 884 (10/2006)
  5. 708B VHF FM transceiver (11/2006)
  6. Silicon 2W SW transceiver (11/2006)
  7. 823 paratroop direction finding VHF transceiver (12/2006)
  8. 862A artillery command VHF transceiver (12/2006)
  9. Type 81 Compact 15W SW transceiver (01/2007)
  10. Type 65 hand crank power generator (2/2007)
  11. 339 HF receiver (7/2007)
  12. SEM52A VHF transceiver/German (10/2007)
  13. 7512 HF receiver (10/2007)
  14. TBR-115 VHF transceiver (10/2007)
  15. 861A VHF transceiver (10/2007)
  16. 116 150W SW transmitter (11/2007)
  17. 239-1 HF receiver (11/2007)
  18. Two 862 artillery command VHF transceivers (12/2007)
  19. TBR142 VHF transceiver (4/2008)
  20. TBR001 Squad Leader VHF transceiver (5/2008)
  21. TBR001A Squad Leader VHF transceiver (5/2008)
  22. TBR-115 VHF transceiver (second, 5/2008)
  23. 861 VHF transceiver(6/2008)
  24. 2nd 823 paratroop direction finding VHF transceiver (6/2008)
  25. Artillery command transceivers early (6/2008)
  26. A211B VHF transceiver (6/2008)
  27. PRC-6 (10/2008)
  28. 10 W crystal controlled SSB transceiver (11/2008)
  29. PRC-10 (11/2008)
  30. 7011 VHF transceiver (11/2008)
  31. 10 W Synthesised SSB transceiver (12/2008)
  32. 139A HF receiver (10/2009)
  33. 826 VHF receiver (10/2009)
  34. 702D VHF transceiver (10/2009)
  35. BWT133 SSB transceiver (11/2009)
  36. TBR120A VHF Transceiver (7/2011)
  37. 7013 VHF Transceiver (7/2011)
  38. Type 77 Shortwave Receiver (Coming ...)


My Wish List

3 comments:

  1. I wonder if you have seen the
    China radio magazines from some years back. Many of them have wonderful front cover photos of
    China military radios in use. I also have a book here, published in U.K. I believe, that has a couple interesting photos. One shows a soldier running, wearing a 81 set, with full star antenna extended, seems unlikely. Also in
    one photo I see an exact copy of the USA type T-17 microphone from
    WW2 years.

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  2. Gals
    You have got to see this. Obama playing on XBox. Funniest video ever. http://bit.ly/bllhx1

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