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Surcouf avec cadre

Surcouf ; Océanic, ITT Océanic (ID = 276027) Radio
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For model Surcouf avec cadre, Océanic, ITT Océanic; Paris
 
Country:  France
Manufacturer / Brand:  Océanic, ITT Océanic; Paris
Year: 1956 ? Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Valves / Tubes 6: ECH81 EBF80 EF80 EL84 EM80 EZ80
Main principle Super-Heterodyne (Super in general)
Wave bands Broadcast, Long Wave and 2 x Short Wave.
Details
Power type and voltage Alternating Current supply (AC) / 110-240 Volt
Loudspeaker Permanent Magnet Dynamic (PDyn) Loudspeaker (moving coil)
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Surcouf [avec cadre] - Océanic, ITT Océanic; Paris
Material Wooden case
Shape Tablemodel with Push Buttons.
Dimensions (WHD) 20 x 12.5 x 10 inch / 508 x 318 x 254 mm
Notes Océanic Surcouf;
Blue and gold colored front panel, unique illuminated,
LW, MW, BE - Bande étalée: ~47 - 50 m,
SW: ~16 - 49 m band,
tone control, built in antenna coil, tuning indicator tube, terminals for phono-in, ext. speaker & antenna/earth. The surcouf has a built in shielded antenna - see the cylinder on the left.
Collectors' prices  
Source of data -- Collector info (Sammler)

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Océanic, ITT Océanic: Surcouf
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oceanic: Surcouf-Vertical Loop
Joe Sousa
16.Jul.09
  1

Radio enthusiasts, how does the vertical loop antenna drum work in the Oceanic Surcouf?

Every AM loop antenna I have ever seen always had a horizontally oriented axis.

The reason for this is that AM transmitters generally transmit with a vertical mast, which polarizes the magnetic field into horizontal magnetic field line circles.

I can't help but wonder if French transmitters used a different polarization, perhaps with some other benefit that I am not aware of, like lower noise, better imunity from fading, or rejection of stations with a conventional polarization.

What bands is the drum for?

Regards,

-Joe

Hans M. Knoll
16.Jul.09
  2

Hello Joe.

 

Inside of the Box two Frames ar mounted. 1 for LW and 90° shiftet 1 for MW.

Around  the Box an single Wire are woundet,   to prevent Static Antenna Efffect (shielding)

Here one  Sample without screen.

 

hans

 

 

Joe Sousa
16.Jul.09
  3

Hello Hans,

So these loops were simpler than they seemed. I have seen E-field shields before and they are very effective against a lot of man-made interference, which tends to be electric field disturbance. The loose spiral is a single ended grounded wire.

The crossed loops make very efficient use of space. The stray coupling that is eliminated with the 90o mount helps keep the Q of each loop the highest it can be. This is most useful at the high end of the PO band, where Q is hardest to get.

Another thought comes back from an earlier discussion about shorting inductor turns: When the tuning capacitor is moved from the GO to the PO, the self resonance of the disconnectd GO loop is likely to fall within the PO band at an unpredictable frequency. This would greatly disturb the operation of the PO loop.

Regards,

-Joe

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p.s.: Wave names in French, English and German

GO=Grandes Ondes   LW=Long Waves=Langwelle

PO=Petites Ondes   MW=Medium Waves=Mittelwelle AM=Amplitude Modulation BC=BroadCast

OC=Ondes Courtes   SW=Short Wave  KW=Kurzwelle

Note the different wave size appreciation in French vs English or German.

 
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oceanic: Surcouf
Norbert Haselbach
13.Mar.07
  1 Röhrenbestückung meines Gerätes : EF 80 , ECH 81 , EF 85 , EABC 80 , EL 84 , EM 34.
Konrad Birkner † 12.08.2014
13.Mar.07
  2 Variante. Bitte anlegen.
 
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oceanic: Surcouf
Norbert Haselbach
13.Mar.07
  1 Ich besitze ein Gerät des gleichen Typ , jedoch mit einer drehbaren Ferrit- Antenne , statt der üblichen Trommel wie auf dem Foto abgebildet.
 
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