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The radio constructor VHF Radio Receiver from I quarter of 1979 was produced by the Penza Electronic Computer Plant. The kit is a set of blocks, parts and installation products (except for the case), from which a radio amateur can assemble a superheterodyne VHF-FM radio receiver having the following basic parameters: The working frequency range is 65.8 ... 73.0 MHz. Sensitivity, with a signal-to-noise ratio of 26 dB - 30 ÂµV. The IF is 10.7 MHz. Output power of at least 1.5 watts. The supply voltage is 12 V. The current consumption is about 300 mA. The radio receiver is powered by three 3336L batteries or from any source with a voltage of 12 ... 13.5 V. The output of the radio receiver is designed to connect a dynamic head with a voice coil resistance of 4 ohms and a power of about 1-2 watts. The radio nodes are placed on the metal chassis, and the control knobs on the front panel. By adding a stereo decoder to the receiver, you can use an external stereo amplifier and speakers, and you can listen to stereo broadcasting programs in the VHF-FM band. The retail price of a radio designer kit is 50 rubles.