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Murphy Radio Ltd.; Welwyn Garden City

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Name: Murphy Radio Ltd.; Welwyn Garden City    (GB)  
Abbreviation: murphy
Products: Model types
Summary:

Murphy Radio Ltd., Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire:
Made also communication receivers for the British Royal Navy, like the model B40(D).

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Petros Tsirvoulis.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  53 A192 10C1  Typical of Murphy's quirky design, this nearly normal rounded box is brought to life with ... 
GB  56 B41 [Admiralty Pattern 57141C] CV303  Receiver for shipboard use (British Navy, submarine), coverage 10 kHz to 700 kHz in five r... 
GB  53–56 Naval Communications Receiver B40 CV4014  The Murphy B40 Series of Naval Communications Receivers are receivers for shipboard use (B... 
GB  31 A 3 A3   local/distance switch; 
GB  32 A 3 A A3A MS4B  Wider cabinet than A3; sold with a detachable wooden stand to convert it into a pedestal m... 
GB  32 A8 VMS4  Cabinet design: R.D.Russell. First receiver to employ AVC. Optional wooden stand to make i... 
GB  32 B4   Cabinet design: E.J.Power. Internal frame aerial. 
GB  33 A4 AC/Pen  Also DC and Batt. version. 
GB  33 D4 D 4 DC2/Pen  Also AC and Batt. version. 
GB  34 A24 A24 AC/TP  Design: R.D.Russell; modernistic style. 
GB  33 B5 220PT  Also AC and DC version. 
GB  45/46 SAD94 (SAD 94 L) TH233  A limited number of the SAD94 models had a wooden cabinet. SAD94 is the official name of t... 

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

tbn_uk_murphy_1959_logo.jpg
Murphy Sign from vintagewirelesslondon.co.uktbn_murphysign.jpg

  
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