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Standard Assembling Co.; New York

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Name: Standard Assembling Co.; New York    (USA)  
Abbreviation: standardas
Products: Model types
Summary:

Standard Assembling was a frequent advertiser in the early 1920's Radio magazines. They were located a 6 Stone Street in New York City, New York

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  21 Multiple Wave Tuner   The Standard Assembling Co. Multiple Wave Tuner covered the 150 to 20,000 Meter wavelength... 
USA  21 Radiophone Model 1   Standard Assembling Co. Model 1 Radiophone transmitter (phone and CW) 
USA  21 Standard Tuner   The Standard Assembling Company Standard Tuner was available in either wired or unwired fo... 
USA  21 Detector and Two-Stage Amplifier UV200  The Standard Assembling Company offered this Detector and Two-Stage Amplifier in two diffe... 
USA  21 Detector Control Cabinet Class "A" with cabinet UV200  The Standard Detector Control Cabinet was available in several different version. The Clas... 

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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

March 1922 Radio magazine advertisement page 5tbn_usa_standardassembling_march1922radio_pg5.jpg
February 1922 Radio magazine advertisement page 79tbn_usa_standardassembling_feb1922radio_pg79.jpg

  
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