Mishutka 1980
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Since 1980, the children's radio Mishutka has produced the Leningrad plant Magneton. The radio receiver is intended for children of middle and senior school age and provides reception in the ranges of the Far-East and the Main. It is assembled according to the direct amplification scheme and has a sensitivity of about 20 mV / m to the built-in magnetic antenna. Rated output power 60 mW. Dimensions of the receiver 120x78x36 mm. Weight with the Krona-VTs 250g battery. Later releases of the receiver were completed with a headset. The radio Mishutka was a long-lived producer; it was produced in two variants of external design until the autumn of 1997.
Information from collection of Valery Khartchenko