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Christian Keck
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Tue Feb 23, 2010 9:52 am   



Hi,

Quote:
http://xoomer.virgilio.it/egirland/unknown/index.html
Tubes are: one EF800, one EF80 and one ..missing (??).

Can anybody out there help me identifying this stuff?
What is it? Where is it coming out from?
What is that big black cylinder?
What is the strange component close to the variable cap in the second
picture?

It might come from a Siemens E311 shortwave receiver, which employs a
100 kHz oscillator as reference for the local oscillator. Refer to
www.bama.org If I am wrong, the Rel 673533 number should give a hint, as
it is the part number of the spare part.

Christian

Christian Keck
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Wed Feb 24, 2010 9:03 am   



Hi,

Quote:
http://xoomer.virgilio.it/egirland/unknown/index.html
Tubes are: one EF800, one EF80 and one ..missing (??).

It might come from a Siemens E311 shortwave receiver, which employs a
100 kHz oscillator as reference for the local oscillator.

I was wrong. The E311b parts bear part number Rel4...

Christian

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