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Omsk Kozitsky Devices Works

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Name: Omsk Kozitsky Devices Works    (SU)  
Abbreviation: omsk
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

Started in July, 1941, when "Works No. 210" ("Kozitsky Works") arrived in Omsk from Leningrad. Military production during the WWII, later switched to specific classified equipment. In the post-war period manufactured some broadcast receivers, too.

Manufacturer works to date ...

Founded: 1941
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Zenonas Langaitis.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
SU  79–89 Yermak {Ермак} Souvenir radio    
SU  61 Sputnik {Спутник} 61 35ЛК2Б  Televisor Sputnik-61, Спутник-61; ~35 cm b/w TV with OIRT 12 channel VHF turret tuner, 13... 
SU  59 Sputnik - Спутник [1] 6Н14П  Televisor Sputnik, Спутник; ~35 cm b/w TV with OIRT 12 channel VHF turret tuner, three st... 
SU  49 UDL-1 {УДЛ-1} 2Ж2М  Battery supplied amplifier for crystal radio. 
SU  79–81 Cicloida (Cikloida)   Marine receiver, coverage 10 kHz - 29,999 MHz,tuning step 10 Hz, AM,CW, USB/LSB; matching... 
SU  79–81 Sibir' {Сибирь}   AM, USB/LSB, FM Marine receiver. Coverage 1,5 - 29,999 MHz in 10 ranges. Receiver very sim... 
SU  42–56 Umformer RU-11AM {РУ-11АМ}   26V/220V DC motor/generator changer. Used for Soviet army armour transceiver 10RT-26 suppl... 
SU  63–78 Molibden R-154-2M {Р-154-2М} 12Ж1Л  Hight class profesional military AM, CW receiver. Widely used in Soviet and Warzaw allies ... 

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