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Redifon Ltd.; London

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Name: Redifon Ltd.; London    (GB)  
Abbreviation: redifon
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

1948 Rediffusion established Redifon Ltd. as manufacturer of mainly naval, later flight telecommunication equipment, later flight simulators and air traffic control equipment. Now part of Thomson-CSF.

From 1948 - 1980 Redifon Ltd. was located Broomhill road, London SW 18; from 1985 Rediffusion Radio Systems Ltd. was found at Newton Rd., Crawley, West Sussex RH10 2PY, then taken over by Thomson CSF.

Founded: 1948
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Lars-G. Lundelin.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
GB  68 R 408   Communications receiver for maritime use, coverage 13 - 28000 kHz, AM, USB/LSB; Single co... 
GB  51 Communications Receiver R50M EF39  Frequency coverage 13.5 to 26 kHz and 95 kHz to 32 MHz. 5 selectivity settings. Separa... 
GB  67 GR470    
GB  47 Communications Receiver R50   Frequency coverage 13.5 to 26 kHz and 95 kHz to 32 MHz. 5 selectivity settings. Sep... 
GB  95 Redifon Mel 2230   2 - 30 MHz. 100 W. 15 presets memory. French labeled, Thomson logo. 
GB  56 Short Wave Transmitter-Receiver GR250   Transmitter: Operation on c.w. or m.c.w. telegraphy and on radio-telephony. Can be oper... 
GB  50 Terminal Teleprinter (tactical) T.T.10.   Baudot to RATT or MORSE and RATT or MORSE to Baudot converter between teletypewriter an... 
GB  68 Tranceiver GR345B [FuG15]   Model GR345B is the civilian version of the US military PRC-74. With connectors such as t... 

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