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BC-312-M

BC-312-M ; MILITARY U.S. (ID = 327323) Receiver-C BC-312-M ; MILITARY U.S. (ID = 1496645) Receiver-C
BC-312-M ; MILITARY U.S. (ID = 1524931) Receiver-C  
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BC-312-M ; MILITARY U.S. (ID = 327323) Receiver-C
MILITARY U.S.: BC-312-M [Receiver-C] ID = 327323 933x557
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For model BC-312-M, MILITARY U.S. (different makers for same model):
One of the BC-312 owned. This is a BC-312M.
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  MILITARY U.S. (different makers for same model)
Year: 1936–1960 Type: Communication/Commercial Receiver (also Amateur)
Valves / Tubes 9: 6C5 6C5 6F6 6K7 6K7 6K7 6K7 6L7 6R7
Principle Superhet with RF-stage
Wave bands Wave Bands given in the notes.
Details
Power type and voltage Storage and/or dry batteries / 12 - 14 Volt
Loudspeaker - For headphones or amp.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: BC-312-M - MILITARY U.S. different makers
Material Metal case
Shape Miscellaneous shapes - described under notes.
Dimensions (WHD) 460 x 240 x 182 mm / 18.1 x 9.4 x 7.2 inch
Notes The desk top transceiver BC-312-M has a Dynamotor DM-21. It was designed at Signal Corps Laboratories Fort Monmouth, New Jersey and at least made by Farnsworth Television & Radio Corporation, Indiana. Frequency range is 1.5 - 18 MHz AM / CW. Ceramic condensers, steel instead of aluminium.

There is a big range of BC-312: BC-312-A, BC-312-C, BC-312-D, BC-312-E, BC-312-F, BC-312-G, BC-312-J, BC-312-HX, BC-312-NX, BC-312-L, BC-312-M and BC-312-N. BC-312-HX and BC-312-NX work with 24 - 28 V DC with Dynamotor DM-21CX, the others with 12 to 14 volts. - with Dynamotor DM-21. Each of those models have slight differences like Quarz-Filter, Noise balancing system, tube 12A6 instead of 6F6 etc. They were mainly used for airbore and army purposes, later often found in HAM radio stations. There was also a confirmed production run in France after WW2. See also the "General page for BC-312".

Model page created by Ernst Erb. See "Data change" for further contributors.

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