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The transistor radio "Neva" was produced from I quarter of 1960, the Leningrad plants "Radio equipment" and "TEMP" (precision electro-mechanical devices). The Neva receiver is a superheterodyne, which uses 6 transistors and a semiconductor diode. It is designed to receive broadcasts of radio stations in the ranges of long (723 ... 2000 m) and medium (187 ... 577 m) waves. Reception is conducted on two separate for each range of internal ferrite antenna. Powered by a dry Krone battery or battery of oxide-mercury cells with a total voltage of 9 volts. The receiver is made in a case made of color impact-resistant copolymer plastic. Case dimensions 126x72x37 mm. The weight of the receiver is 310 g. Sensitivity in the Far East 3 mV / m, NE 1.5 mV / m. The adjacent channel selectivity is 12 ... 14 dB. Rated output power 90 mW. The frequency range of 450 ... 3000 Hz. Quiescent current 8 mA. PCh 465 kHz The price of the model since 1961 is 43 rubles 70 kopecks.