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Pacific Wireless Specialty Co. Los Angeles

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Name: Pacific Wireless Specialty Co. Los Angeles    (USA)  
Abbreviation: pacificwir
Products: Model types
Summary:

Pacific Wireless Specialty Co. was located at 1526 Crenshaw Blvd. Los Angeles, California In an April 1917 issue of QST this company was offering a R16 Lamp Detector.

History:

Advertised in the April 1917 QST magazine this company was the Pacific Coast Agents and Distributors for the Adams-Morgan Co. and offered a R16 "Lamp" Detector for sale as an add on to the Adams Morgan RA6 Regenerative Receiver. The Detector cabinet was set up to use a tubular Audiotron tube. It is interesting to note that this company was offering "Tigerman" tubes on special while supplies last for $5.00.

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  17 "Lamp" Detector R16 ER_Moorhead-1917  The Pacific Wireless Specialty R 16 Lamp Detector is specially designed for long distance ... 

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