Olimpik 1980
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Since 1980, the portable radio receiver "Olympic" has produced the Svitlovodsk Radio Plant and the Alma-Ata Electrotechnical Plant. Compact superheterodyne radio "Olympic" is assembled on four transistors, a microcircuit and a diode. The radio "Olympic" is designed to receive programs of radio stations in the CB range to the built-in magnetic antenna and in the KV range to the telescopic telescopic. The main parameters: Ranges: SV - 525 ... 1605 kHz, HF - 9.45 ... 9.8 MHz. IF 465 kHz. Sensitivity at NE 1.5 mV / m, KV 300 mV. The adjacent channel selectivity is 26 dB, and 26 dB in the specular one on the NE; on HF - 12 dB. Action AGC RP: when the input signal changes by 30 dB, the signal changes at its output by 8 dB. Rated output power 60 mW, maximum 100 mW. Band of reproduced sound frequencies 450 ... 3150 Hz. The average sound pressure is 0.1 Pa. Powered by battery type Krone. Power supply 9 V. Resting current 20 mA. The efficiency is maintained when the power is reduced to 5 V. The receiver dimensions are 215x125x47 mm. Weight 300 g. Price 34 rubles. Since I-kv 1981, the Svitlovodsk radio plant for jointly expanding the range of products was jointly producing the Olympic 401 radio receiver, in design, design and electrical circuitry similar to the Olympic radio.
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Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko