Well, who is familiar with a Heathkit these days…
Heathkit Transmit Receive HW202 and HWA202 Power Supply. Has bracket on receiver. Both power on and when mic is keyed it clicks. No antenna, squelch makes noise when dial turned. Circa 1960 -1970
Have been told this is a 2 Meter FM amateur radio transceiver as is as I am not real familiar with this item.
Galaxy V Mk III (others) Ham Radio Transceiver Power Supply Model AC 35 Works!
“No defects to note other than this is a vintage power supply. It does work, but I cannot guarantee this older piece of equipment.”
From eBay: “Used” An item that has been used previously. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully operational and functions as intended. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used.
They don’t even adhere to the eBay-specified definitions any more –and eBay doesn’t seem to give a crap. It enforces almost none of its own rules, which is an horrific message for buyers who want to trust them when they purchase things. Money, money, money….
Much more than pictured here (MUCH more) priced at $3900 BIN for the lot.
I have two Swan 250’s right now. One of them was declared a basic waste of time while the other has never left the box it arrived in. This one says it works.
“Just in time for the upcoming Es season. A tested working Swan 250 6 Meter Transceiver. This radio operates on SSB, CW and AM modes. The radio has been bench tested and has also been used on the air. It comes with the matching 117CX AC power supply and an Astatic 525 hand mic (marked Pace). I will also include a photocopy of the user / service manual with a schematic. All cabling for AC operation with the 117CX is also included.
The radio receives a -130 dBm signal without a problem and will put out 50 to 60 Watts CW. The driver tube (6GK6) is a bit soft so more power can be had if this was replaced. Both the 6146 final tubes were tested in an EICO 667 Dynamic conductance tester and measured at 120%. The last photo shows the output spectrum with the transmitter putting 60 Watts into a dummy load. Several on the air contacts have been made with the radio using the supplied hand mic and all audio reports were very favorable. Cosmetically the rig is in reasonable shape with no major scratches or dents in the front panels. The covers have some scratches and the 250 cover has been repainted (see photos).”
If you see the other two up for sale, it means it does work. 😉
Yaesu FR-50B Ham Radio Receiver. One switch assembly is missing and it is not in its place ,please see pictures.
Only $449 – Shirley you jest!?!
And the group is reasonably priced (free shipping!).
(I have 3 of them. It’s the simplest –although not necessarily the most feature rich– radio Yaesu has produced to date.)