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Leningrad RADIST Works

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Name: Leningrad RADIST Works    (SU)  
Abbreviation: lenin-radi
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

Founded in October, 1928, first as co-op "Progress-Radio" then as "Radist Works". Since 1943 - "Works No. 186". In the post-war period "Izmeritel Works". Current official name OAO "Zavod Izmeritel".

Founded: 1928
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Zenonas Langaitis.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
SU  40/41 RPK-10 {РПК-10} СБ-154  MW 217-630 m, LW 730-1840 m. 
SU  35 RP-8 {РП-8} СО-148  Coverage 217-630 m and 730-1900 m. 
SU  38–41 RPK-9 {РПК-9} СБ-154  MW 217-630 m, LW 730-1840 m. Set may be used as a simple crystal radio too. 
SU  40 17TN-1 (17ТН-1) 6Ж2М  TV and SW-MW-LW radio combination with 17-cm-picture-tube, made at the "Radist&quo... 
SU  57 Oktâbr' (Oktiabr) {Октябрь} 6Ж8  This model - russian radio set "Oktiabr", Leningrad Metallic Works (see in RMorg) upgrade ... 
SU  57 Neva (Нева) 6А7   
SU  33–38 RIS-35 СО-124   
SU  33 Radiola - Радиола No.1 R-1 {Р-1} СО-124  First Radiogramophone console in Soviet Union . 
SU  48 Mikrofon {Микрофон} MD-2 {МД-2}   Leningrad Radist Works Microphone MD-2, Ленингр&... 
SU  34 RP-8 (РП-8) СО-148  Data from manufacturer manual. 
SU  39 RPK-12 (РПК-12) СБ-154   

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