Rodina-65 1965
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The stationary transistor radio "Rodina-65" has been produced by the Chelyabinsk Radio Plant since 1965. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 The receiver is a table-top class 2 superheterodyne with universal power supply from the mains and batteries, assembled on 10 transistors. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 It was created on the basis of the Efir-M radio and is distinguished by the absence of an EPU. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Ranges of received waves: DV, SV, KV (3 sub-bands). ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Sensitivity in the ranges DV, SV 40 ... 60 μV, in the HF subranges of 30 μV. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Adjacent channel selectivity 40 dB. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 IF 465 kHz. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 The band of audio frequencies when receiving 100 ... 4000 Hz, when playing a gramophone from an external EPU - 100 ... 10000 Hz. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Rated output power 500 mW. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 In 1966, the radio was modernized (HF switching). ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 The dimensions of the radio receiver are 240x500x280 mm. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Weight 8.5 kg. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 The export radio "Rodina-65" did not have a DV range, but there were four shortwave ranges. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 Minor differences were noticed in the design. ,86e6f450b8cc469628ba70bf2947b049 ,null,ru,null,null,null,null
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