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Voronezh Elektrosignal Radio Works

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Name: Voronezh Elektrosignal Radio Works    (SU)  
Abbreviation: voronezh-e
Products:
Summary:

Current official name - OAO "Elektrosignal". Started in 1931 as "Krasny Signalist Works" producing parts for railroad signaling equipment. Renamed to "Elektrosignal Works" in 1933. In 1934, production of "BI-234" and "SI-234" broadcast receivers started. Since early 1938, high-quality superhets "6N-1" have been manufactured with total number of receivers approaching 150,000 by June, 1941.

Relocated to Novosibirsk in October, 1941, when German Wehrmacht troops came close to Voronezh, the "Voronezh Elektrosignal Works" gave birth to "Novosibirsk Elektrosignal Radio Works". In 1943 when Voronezh was safe from Wehrmacht attacks, the "Voronezh Elektrosignal Works" started new page of its business history. In 1945, broadcast receivers "Rodina-45" came out of its production lines. In post-war period, "Voronezh Elektrosignal Works" shared its production between military radios, professional mobile radios (for the railroads, etc.) and home entertainment radio- and TV sets. Most famous TV line was "Rekord" with so many different models of black-and-white and color TV sets.

Founded: 1931
History:

Relocated to Novosibirsk in October, 1941, when German Wehrmacht troops came close to Voronezh, the "Voronezh Elektrosignal Works" gave birth to "Novosibirsk Elektrosignal Radio Works". In 1943 when Voronezh was safe from Wehrmacht attacks, the "Voronezh Elektrosignal Works" started new page of its business history. In 1945, broadcast receivers "Rodina-45" came out of its production lines. In post-war period, "Voronezh Elektrosignal Works" shared its production between military radios, professional mobile radios (for the railroads, etc.) and home entertainment radio- and TV sets. Most famous TV line was "Rekord" with so many different models of black-and-white and color TV sets.  Company was named after WWII as Works N°728, later N°8865.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
SU  59 Strela Radiola {Стрела Радиола} 6И1П   
SU  55 Strela {Стрела} 6И1П   
SU  70–85 R-407 {Р-407}   Soviet army FM-Transceiver for portable and mobile duplex operation. Range 2 x 52 to 60 MH... 
SU  38–41 6N-1 {6Н-1} 5Ц4С  The design of 6N-1 and 9N-4 broadcast receivers was a team effort of RCA engineers of C... 
SU  45 Rodina {Родина} СБ-242  First tube battery radio in USSR after WW2. Possible two type dry battery variants, inside... 
SU  45 Elektrosignal СБ-242  First tube battery radio in USSR after WW2. Possible two type dry battery variants, inside... 
SU  47 Rodina {Родина} 47 СБ-242  This, Rodina 47 is a follower. This radio is analog - same manufacturer battery radio, see... 
SU  47 Elektrosignal 3 СБ-242  This, Elektrosignal 3 is a follower. This radio is analog - same manufacturer battery radi... 
SU  58 Voronež - Воронеж 1 6Н14П  12 Channel OIRT Standard VHF Tuner; Picture Tube: 35LK2B in Model I 43LK3B and 43LK2B i... 
SU  52/53 ArfaАрфа Arfa   Subscriber loudspeaker. Designed for cable radio broadcasting. No program selection. The l... 
SU  54/55 Мотылёк Motylok   Subscriber loudspeaker. Designed for cable radio broadcasting. No program selection. The l... 
SU  38–40 6PB-11 {6ПБ-11} СБ-242  Big mobile tube radio in two separate boxes(trunks). In box 1: radio set-chassis,tubes,ope... 

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