|Year: 1972–1977||Type: Communication/Commercial Receiver (also Amateur)|
|Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors)||18:|
|Principle||Superhet with RF-stage; ZF/IF 455/10700 kHz|
|Wave bands||Broadcast, Long Wave, more than 2 x SW plus FM.|
|Power type and voltage||Line / Storage batteries (perhaps also batteries) / 100-130; 200-260 / 12 Volt|
|Power out||1 W (unknown quality)|
|from Radiomuseum.org||Model: 1002 - Eddystone, Birmingham|
|Shape||Tablemodel, with any shape - general.|
|Dimensions (WHD)||335 x 137 x 242 mm / 13.2 x 5.4 x 9.5 inch|
|Notes||General coverage receiver covering 150 kHz - 30 MHz and VHF in seven bands (150-350 / 550-1500 kHz / 1,5-3,8 / 3,6-8,5 / 8,5-18 / 18-30 MHz) in AM, CW, USB/LSB. Additional 88 - 108 MHz in FM-w, stereo.
S-Meter, twin mini speakers, no crystal controlled fixed frequencies (c.f. model 1001). Integrated telescopic rod aerial and rechargeable NiCd - batteries.
Used by H.M.Forces as "Comforts set".
|Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg)||8.2 kg / 18 lb 1 oz (18.062 lb)|
|Price in first year of sale||273.00 GBP|
|Source of data||-- Original-Prospect|
|Mentioned in||Shortwave Receivers - Past & Present; Fred Osterman, N8EKU (Eddystone User Group: Quick Reference Guide)|
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