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Aleksandrov Radio Works (ARZ)

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Name: Aleksandrov Radio Works (ARZ)    (SU)  
alternative name:
Alexandrov
Abbreviation: aleksandro
Products:
Summary:

Aleksandrov Radio Works Die russische Site http://oldradio.onego.ru/works.htm bringt gute Beispiele für die Produktion der UdSSR. Da sind auch die Signete zur genauen Identifizierung zu finden.

Beside civil radios and TVs this manufacturer produced many military and special devices. As security Radio Works in USSR, this manufacturer had the special adress - "Post Box M-5985".

Founded: 1932
History:

The factory was founded in 1928 in Moscow in an old telegraph building for manufacturing of radio communication equipment. In the following year the factory was named Radio Factory N°3 Promsvyaz.

At September 2nd, 1932 Narkomsvyaz USSR (Narodnyj Komissariat Svyazi, NKS – National Telecommunication Commissariat) made a decision about transfer of the company to city Alexandrov. Since 1933 company was known as Alexandrov Radio Factory N°3 NKS, later Alexandrov Radio Factory only.

In 1936 the factory started mass production of radio devices. In 1939 company engineers develop a prototype of black/white TV set ATP-1, claimed to have better performance as foreign TV sets like from RCA. In 1941, when WW2 came to the USSR, the company was transferred to Kazakhstan, city Petropavlovsk under code name State Union Factory N°641.

Since 1947 the company developed the TV set KVN, his volume production started in 1949 with model KVN-49. In the meantime, development and production of military and commercial radioindustry devices continued. In 1962 company became a secret classified company with code name Factory M-5985.

Later on, the company was named again Radio Factory Alexandrovsk, PO Rekord, AOOT Radio Factory Alexandrovsk, OAO Radio Factory Alexandrovsk. In 1996 company founded a new one, ZAO Alexandrovsk „Standard“, logo „Record“.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
SU  38 TM-9 {ТМ-9} 6К7   
SU  79 Rekord {Рекорд} 340   Empfangsbereich: 12-VHF-Kanäle nach OIRT-Norm 
SU  80 R-326M {Р-326M}   Militär-Kurzwellenempfänger mit digitaler Frequenzanzeige; Empfangsbereich: 1,5...32 MH... 
SU  52 ARZ-52 (АРЗ-52) 6А10С   
SU  60 Rekord - Рекорд 64 6Н14П   
SU  58 Rekord {Рекорд} A {А} 6Н3П   
SU  56 Rekord {Рекорд} [Television] 6Н3П   
SU  48 Salût {Салют} 6А8   
SU  59 Maâk - Маяк 1 35ЛК2Б  Mark-1; 35 cm b/w TV with OIRT standard 12 channel VHF tuner, 120 W power consumption. 
SU  37–40 SVD-9 {СВД-9} [scale square] 6К7  The model SVD-9 has two RF-stages. The first RF-stage is only for the SW 16 m band. Tube 6... 
SU  48 Èfir {Эфир} 48 1А1П  Folding stick antenna in case lid. 
SU  51 Zvezda {Звезда} 6А10С   

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