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Aerocom - Aeronautical Communications Equipment Inc.; Miami, FL

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Name: Aerocom - Aeronautical Communications Equipment Inc.; Miami, FL    (USA)  
Abbreviation: aerocom
Products: Model types
Summary:

Aerocom - Aeronautical Communications Equipment Inc.; Miami, Florida.
 (January 17, 1968, trademark registration)

AEROCOM made airborne communications receivers, transmitters and marineradio.

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  65 Balun 50 / 300 2-22 MHz 1381   300 W. Antenna coupler to match a 50 ohm coaxial line to a dipole configured antenn... 
USA  63 Transmitter VH-200   The Aerocom VH-200 is a single frequency (plus1), crystal controlled transmitter with 200 ... 
USA  63 Transmitter VH-50   The Aerocom VH-50 is a single frequency (plus 1), crystal controlled transmitter with 50 w... 
USA  63 Transmitter 10V1-A   The Aerocom 10V1-A is a single frequency (plus 1), crystal controlled transmitter, operati... 
USA  63 Receiver 85   The Aerocom 85 is a single channel, crystal controlled receiver with a range of 118-154 MHz. 

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

Aerocom full page ad from QST May 1963 page 145, depicting several of their offerings.tbn_us_aerocom_full_page_ad_1963.jpg
Aerocom logo from 1963tbn_us_aerocom_1963_logo.jpg

  
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