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Wireless Equipment LTD.; London

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Name: Wireless Equipment LTD.; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: wirelquip
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Wireless Equipment Limited company was located a 90, Charing Cross Road in London W.C.1

In a April 14, 1923 edition of the The Wireless World & Radio Review magazine on page vii the company offered a 5-Valve Cabinet Receiver.

History:
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This manufacturer was suggested by Alan Larsen.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  23 3-Valve Regenerative Receiver Type M.C.I.   Wireless Equipment LTD. 3-Valve Regenerative Receiver. Set has 1 H.F., 1 Detector and 1 L.... 
GB  23 2-Valve Broadcast Receiver Unit M.B.4 R_England  Wireless Equipment Ltd. Unit M.B.4 2 Valve regenerative Receiver. This unit consists of on... 
GB  23 5-Valve Cabinet Receiver   Wireless Equipment LTD. 5-Valve Cabinet Receiver. 2 H.F., Rectifier, 2 L.F. Amplifiers 
GB  22 Broadcaster Unit A & B    
GB  22 5 Valve Radio-Frequency Amplifier R_England  The Wireless Equipment Co. 5 Valve Radio Frequency Amplifier. Wavelength range 600-3000 me... 
GB  22 3 Valve Radio-Frequency Amplifier R_England  The Wireless Equipment Co. 3 Valve 3 stage Radio Frequency Amplifier. Wavelength range 600... 
GB  23 3-Valve Receiver Type M.2 [GPO No. 0179] R_England  Detector and two stages of audio frequency amplification. 

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