|Name:||ITT, International Telephone & Telegraph.; Clifton (USA)|
|Products:||Model types Tube manufacturer|
ITT, International Telephone & Telegraph Corp., 77 River Rd., Clifton, NJ 07014
Post WW2 brands in the Electronics market were SEL, ITT, Schaub, Lorenz.
Electron Tube Division: Easton, Pennsylvania
The original International Telephone & Telegraph was created in 1920 by two brothers named Sosthenes and Hernand Behn who set out to build the first worldwide system of interconnected telephone lines. This was a case of a business catching up with its aspirational name as the company had a small beginning as the 'Puerto Rico Telephone Company', but grew quickly through strategic acquisitions and the purchase of telephony patents. The result was the creation of a major international provider of telephone switching equipment and telecommunication services.
[Official company history]
ITT bought in the 1930's in Germany Standard Elektrizitätsgesellschaft, Mix & Genest.
This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.
|USA||65||For Transistor Radios - 1.5 Volts DPD 115|
|USA||65||SMX 100||6AQ8||ITT AM/FM/MPX Stereo Tube Tuner Model SMX 100. Power Consumption 69 Watts max. N...|
|USA||65||VHF Radio Telephone STR-20||Sprechfunkgerät ITT STR-20 für den Marine-VHF-Bereich 156 bis 162 MHz. Frequenzmodulation,...|
|USA||75||CB Transceiver TC 14||Fahrzeug-Funksprechgerät für das 27 MHz-CB-Band.12 Kanäle (Steckquarze), Amplitudenmodulat...|
|USA||62||320||Transceiver, coverage any 5 of 22 CB channels.|
|USA||65||ITT 871||SW 4 - 12 MHz, telescopic antenna, made in Japan for ITT Worldwide.|
|USA||62||615||An ITT Worldwide Product Made in Japan (by NEC).|
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