Selga R-8310 1986
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Portable radio "Imula RP-8310" since 1986 produced the Kandava radio plant. (Imula is the left tributary of the Abava River.) The radio receiver is a compact SV, DV superheterodyne, assembled on an K174XA10 integrated circuit. The design and layout of the model except for the design is similar to the radio receiver of the same plant "Selga-309". Reception is made on the internal magnetic antenna, but it is possible to connect an external antenna. The sensitivity of the receiver on the Far East 2,5, SV 1.3 mV / m. The adjacent channel selectivity with 9 kHz detuning is about 30 dB. Frequency range 450 ... 4000 Hz. Rated output power 150 mW. Power supply three elements 316. Receiver dimensions 74x150x36 mm, weight with batteries 340 g. The plant also baked an export radio with the name '' Selga R-8310 ''.
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Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko