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King Radio Corp., Olathe, Kansas

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Name: King Radio Corp., Olathe, Kansas    (USA )    
Abbreviation: kingradio  
Products: Model types  
Summary: King Radio Corp., Olathe, Kansas.
Avionics(Nav/Com) equipment.

Thanks to Mrs. Esperanza Quintero from Cali, Colombia, for the following information:

King Radio manufactured avionics equipment for general aviation, corporate aviation and airlines. A complete line of airborne navigation, communication, flight control and weather radar for virtually any aircraft requirement. The Silver Crown equipment is designed for use in single engine, light twin engine aircraft and in light helicopters. The Gold Crown line is designed for the corporate market including large twin engine, turboprop and corporate jets. The third King line, ARINC, is built to airline specifications and was flying in 1981 with more than 100 major airlines and 20 different Air Forces around the world.
 

 
History:
 

This manufacturer was suggested by Konrad Birkner.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  50 KX-160   NAV/COM System. Communication: 118,00 - 135,95 MHz; Navigation(VOR): 108,00 - 117,90 MHz. 

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Further details for this radio manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

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