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Rejectostat Aerial KB 341

Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735044) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735046) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735048) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735050) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735051) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735052) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735053) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735054) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735055) Antenna
 
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1735056) Antenna
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1765114) Antenna Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1765115) Antenna
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1765116) Antenna Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1765117) Antenna
Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1765119) Antenna  
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Rejectostat Aerial KB 341; Kolster Brandes Ltd. (ID = 1765114) Antenna
Kolster Brandes Ltd.: Rejectostat Aerial KB 341 [Antenna] ID = 1765114 1000x1219
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For model Rejectostat Aerial KB 341, Kolster Brandes Ltd. (KB, K.B., ITT); Foots Cray; GB:
Rejectostat Aerial and Receiver units
 
Country:  Great Britain (UK)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Kolster Brandes Ltd. (KB, K.B., ITT); Foots Cray; GB
Year: 1933 Category: Antenna (Aerial) or Coupler
Details
Power type and voltage No Power needed
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Rejectostat Aerial KB 341 - Kolster Brandes Ltd. KB, K.B.,
Material Various materials
Notes

A balanced line transmission system, intended to help cancel out local electrical interference induced onto the down lead of an aerial. It would normally be used in conjunction with a long wire, or vertical rod aerial, and ideally the aerial would be set up outside the field of interference. The aerial was then feed into the mast head matching transformer unit which turns it into a balanced system. It is then fed via a screened balanced cable down to the receiver, where a similar transformer provides a pair of leads to plug into your radio set.

The term "Rejectostat" was also widely used by Kolster Brandes in the 1930's to also name some of their sets, which tended to be adapted to minimise mains interference.

Model page created by Mike Edwards. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Kolster Brandes Ltd. (KB, K.B., ITT); Foots Cray; GB
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