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History of the manufacturer  

Panoramic Radio Corp.; New York (NY)

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Name: Panoramic Radio Corp.; New York (NY)    (USA)  
Abbreviation: panoramicr
Products: Model types

Panoramic Radio Corp.; New York, New York (~WWII).

Marcel Wallace, the inventor of the panoramic spectrum display, founded Panoramic Radio Corporation, of New York City, and was the primary promoter of panoramic radio displays from the 1930's through most of the 1950's. The company was reorganized as Panoramic Radio Products, of Mount Vernon, NY after problems caused by cancellation of military orders at the end of WWII. Much later the company was acquired by Singer. After the Singer sale, Wallace continued to do business as Panoramic Electronics, offering a single panadaptor model, PR-1, for amateur radio use.

Marcel Wallas received different patents like US 2,367,907 for "Panoramic Radio Receiver System, filed in November 21, 1941, granted January 23, 1945.

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  44 Panoramic Radio Adaptor RCX   Panoramic Radio Adaptor RCX; Frequency band analyzer/ radio spectroscope with CRT, input ... 
USA  42 Panoramic Radio-Spectroscope SA-2A T-100   Panoramic SA-2A, Type T-100; Frequency band analyzer/ radio spectroscope with remote CRT,... 
USA  57–59 Panadaptor (Panoramic Adaptor) PR-1 6SG7  Panoramic adaptor, made by Singer Corporation (or its subsidiary "Panoramic", USA, IF inpu... 
USA  46 Panoramic "Panadaptor"   450 - 470 kc, operates on 155 v. 50-60 cycle. 
USA  40 Radio Spectroscope SA-1 T-100 6SJ7  Panoramic Adaptor, a spectrum display tuning aid for use with a communications receiver. I... 
USA  50 Panoramic Indicator IP-206/URR 12AT7  Panorama adaptor for receivers with IF = 400 kHz, like RBB and RBC. Maximum span +/- 50...