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Norman Whyte Ltd. Sydney, NSW

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Name: Norman Whyte Ltd. Sydney, NSW    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: normanwh
Products: Model types

Norman Whyte Ltd.
12, Second Floor, Victoria Arcade, Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW

The company advertised the Norman-Whyte, DX5, AC & DC shortwave receivers in 1930 in the Wireless Weekly and local newspapers until 1931.[1] They sold directly to the public

Production: 1930 - 1931

In late 1930 the Norman-Whyte, Radio Engineers advertised the DX5 shortwave and broadcast receiver, available as either AC or DC powered versions.

The company was registered in April, 1931 with First Directors, NV Cleary, GH White and DA Williams.[2]

The company was short lived however as it only advertised the DX5 receivers and radio repairs until midway through 1931.

[1] Wireless Weekly, Oct 3, 1930, Page 19.
[2] The Sun (NSW) Apr 15, 1931, Page 10.

This manufacturer was suggested by Stuart Irwin.

Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  30/31 Super DX5 unknown_Tube  The Norman-Whyte radio is a DX5 A.C. short-wave and broadcast receiver. This model tunes f... 


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

[1] Description of the DX5. Wireless Weekly, Oct 3, 1930, Page 19.tbn_aus_normanw_1_wireless_weekly_oct_3_1930_page_19.jpg
[2] Company Registered. The Sun (NSW) Apr 15, 1931, Page 10.tbn_aus_normanw_2_the_sun_nsw_apr_15_1931_page_10.jpg
DX5- AC & Battery Receivers. The Northern Star(NSW) May 21, 1931, Page 3tbn_aus_normanw_the_northern_star_nsw_may_21_1931_page_3.jpg
Features of the DX5 receiver. The Northern Star(NSW) May 23, 1931, Page 5tbn_aus_normanw_the_northern_star_nsw_may_23_1931_page_5.jpg


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