Sokol-3 1967
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Since 1967, the Sokol-3 transistor radio has produced the Moscow Radio Plant. Portable transistor radio '' Falcon-3 '' is designed to receive radio stations in the bands DV, ST on the internal magnetic antenna. It is assembled on seven transistors in a superheterodyne pattern. The average sensitivity in the range of the Far East - 1.2 mV / m, SV - 0.65 mV / m. The adjacent channel selectivity is 26 ... 30 dB. The rated output power of the ULF on the 0.1GD-6 loudspeaker is about 100 mW, the maximum 2000 mW. The range of reproduced sound frequencies is 300 ... 3000 Hz. Food is carried out from the battery Krone or from the battery 7D-0,1. Quiescent current - 6 mA. Performance is maintained when the supply voltage drops to 3.8 volts. The duration of the receiver operation from a Krone battery is at least 30 ... 40 hours, from a battery 12 ... 15 hours. Dimensions of the receiver 170x98x40 mm. Its weight is 500 grams. The receiver is equipped with a carrying handle. The price of the receiver with a Krone battery is 45 rubles 48 kopecks. In 1969, the receiver was discontinued and the documentation was transferred to the Kyshtym Radio Factory, where it has been produced since 1970 under the name '' Quartz-401 ''. The hard carrying handle has been replaced with a belt.
Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko