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Nizhegorodsky Frunze Works

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Name: Nizhegorodsky Frunze Works    (SU)  
Abbreviation: nizhnynov
Summary:

FGUP "Nizhegorodsky Frunze Works" got this current official name in 1991 (FGUP stands for "State-owned Enterprise"). Considers itself the successor of famous "Nizhegorodskaya Radio Laboratory" (NRL) which was founded in December, 1918. In 1929, NRL was converted to the Central Military and Industrial Radio Laboratory (CVIRL) primarily for designing military radios for the Red Army. Shortly after renaming the city of Nizhny Novgorod to the city of Gorky, CVIRL was converted to "Gorkovsky Frunze Works No. 326". Shortly after reverse renaming the city of Gorky to the city of Nizhny Novgorod, the current factory name was established.

Founded: 1918
History:
"Nizhegorodsky Frunze Works" considers itself the successor of famous "Nizhegorodskaya Radio Laboratory" (NRL) which was founded in December, 1918, to provide for design and construction of high-power broadcast transmitting stations in the USSR. "The Big Komintern" was started in Moscow in 1924 being world's most powerful broadcast station at that time with its 12 kW transmitter.
In 1924 and 1925, twenty-seven "Smaller Komintern" broadcast stations have been installed all across Soviet Union using 1.2 kW transmitters. In 1929, NRL was converted to the Central Military and Industrial Radio Laboratory (CVIRL) primarily for designing military radios for the Red Army. Actual manufacturing was provided by another plant in Nizhny Novgorod - "Nizhegorodsky Radiotelephone Works", future "NITEL".
In October, 1932, the city of Nizhny Novgorod got its new name - Gorky. In 1937, CVIRL has switched over completely to test and measurement equipment. In 1939, the new name was given to CVIRL - "Gorkovsky Frunze Works No. 326" named after Mikhail Frunze, one of the heroes of Civil War of 1917-1922 in the USSR. Nevertheless during 1941-1945, "Gorkovsky Frunze Works No. 326" took part in manufacturing not only T&M equipment but also communications equipment for the Red Army producing 12-RP infantry radios and 12-RT tank radios.
In 1946 "Gorkovsky Frunze Works No. 326" has returned to test and measurement equipment production. In 1966 the plant has got its new name "PO Box V-8201". After city of Gorky was reversely renamed to "Nizhny Novgorod" in October, 1990, the plant has actually returned its name of 1939, and is currently called FGUP "Nizhegorodsky Frunze Works" where FGUP stands for "State-owned Enterprise".

This manufacturer was suggested by Gabriel Toth.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
SU  77 Hochfrequenz-Signalgenerator G4-106 - Г4-106   Hochfrequenzsignalgenerator G4-116 7 Frequenzbereiche von 0,01 bis 12,5 MHz Eigen-... 
SU  89 Hochfrequenzsignalgenerator G4-151 (Г4-151)   Der HF-Generator G4-151, russische Bezeichnung Г4-151, ist ein Hochfrequenz- Generator.... 
SU  77 Генератор Сигналов - HF Signal Generator G4-118 - Г4-118   Specifications G4-118 100 kHz to 30 MHz (5 sub-bands) cd: ± (1-1,5)%.  ... 
SU  81 Hochfrequenzsignalgenerator G4-117 {Г4-117}   Signalgenerator von 20 Hz bis 10 MHz in 6 Teilbereichen,Ausgang 0,3 mV bis 3 V an 50 Ohm, ... 
SU  89 Hochfrequenzsignalgenerator G4-116 {Г4-116}   Hochfrequenzsignalgenerator G4-116, Frequenzbereich in 6 Tellbereiche einstellbar von 4 bi... 
SU  77 Hochfrequenzsignalgenerator G4-70 {Г4-70} 6Н23П  Frequenzbereich: 4 bis 300 MHz, AM und FM modulierbar, Eigen- und Fremdmodulation möglich. 
SU  41 Днепр Р-805/Р-806 Dnieper RSB-5 - R-805/R-806 Г-411  1944(?)- 1947 nach dem Vorbild der US -amerikanischen AN/ARC-5 (steckbare Sendeblocks für ... 
SU  64 Planeta {Планета}   9 V supply socket, phone jack, skin case with handle. Supply - dry batterie "Krona" or acc... 
SU  30 P-7 {П-7}   Set-in crystal detector. Set for rural areas. 
SU  28 P-6 {П-6}   Set-in crystal detector type DS. Coverage 100-3500 m. Rheostat type tuning. 
SU  31 ZIF-47   Set-in crystal detector. 
SU  84 Hochfrequenz-Signalgenerator G4-158 {Г4-158}   1 Hz bis 100 MHz digital einstellbar; eigen-/fremdmodulierbar (AM); maximale Ausgangsspann... 

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