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Portable transistor radio "Mir" from the beginning of 1962 produced the Minsk Radio Plant.
The superheterodyne radio receiver Mir was developed at the Design Bureau of the Minsk Radio Plant.
The receiver is a superheterodyne operating in the DV and CB ranges, assembled on six transistors of the P401 and P13A type, powered by a Krona battery or a 7D-0.12 battery with a voltage of 9 volts.
Reception is carried out on internal magnetic antennas.
The average receiver sensitivity in the ranges: LW - 3.0, CB - 2.0 mV / m.
Adjacent channel selectivity is 16 ... 20 dB.
The rated output power is 70 mW with a non-linear distortion coefficient of 10%.
The band of sound frequencies reproduced by the speaker 0.25GD-1 450 ... 3000 Hz.
The AGC is 12 dB.
IF - 465 kHz.
The quiescent current is about 5 ... 7.5 mA, operability is maintained when the power is reduced to 5.6 V. When the radio is powered by a battery, it is recharged from the network without being removed from the compartment.
The duration of continuous operation of the receiver at an average volume from the Kron battery is ~ 20 hours, from the battery 7D-0.12 - 10 hours.
The dimensions of the receiver are 125x72x38 mm.
Weight with a battery of 340 grams.
The case is made of colored polystyrene.
The price of the receiver is 41 rubles 40 kopecks.