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Marconi Wireless, Montreal

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Name: Marconi Wireless, Montreal    (CDN)  
Abbreviation: marconi-ca
Products: Model types
Summary:

Marconi Wireless Telegraph of Canada Ltd., Montreal.
1925 the name was changed to Canadian Marconi.

Founded: 1903
Closed: 1925
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
CDN  24 Marconiphone MK II (M2) Receiver UV201A  There is a matching L.F.Amplifier. 
CDN  24 Marconiphone MK II (M2) L.F.Amplifier UV201A  Matching M2 Receiver. 
CDN  43/44 Wireless Set No.52 [Canadian] ARP3  Wireless set No.52 (Canadian): Medium range transceiver covering 1,75 - 16 MHz (1,75-4 / 3... 
CDN  51 Frequency Modulation Receiver 113-977    
CDN  24 Marconiphone III    
CDN  21 "S.E." Short-Wave Tuner Type S.T.1. "C" Series   Marconi Wireless telegraph Company's first commercially produced amateur receiving set was... 
CDN  21 "S.E." Valve Detector Type V.D.1 "C" Series UV200  Marconi Wireless telegraph Company's first commercially produced amateur receiving set was... 
CDN  21 "S.E." 2-Stage A.F. Amplifier Type A.A.1 "C" Series UV201  Marconi Wireless telegraph Company's first commercially produced amateur receiving set was... 
CDN  18 Transmitter Type 11982   Marconi WWI Telegraph Transmitter. 
CDN  32/33 34 58  Two type 47 tubes in parallel.  

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