Main HRO models: Before, during, and after WWII, the HRO concept of using plug-in coils with micrometer tuning was copied in several countries, including Germany and Japan.The best known copies are probably two German models widely employed as monitoring receivers by the German services, the KST made by Korting Radio and the R4 made by Siemens.Mr J I’ve tried to approach him, but whenever I go to his office he is either in meetings, or he is never there. HRO Well, at this stage it would be better if you approached him directly.
Following WWII came the HRO-7 (1947–1949, 12 tubes, including 2 miniature tubes), HRO-50 (1949–1950, built-in tuning dials and power supply, push-pull audio amplifier, improved styling and performance), HRO-50-1 (1951, increased IF selectivity), and HRO-60 (1952–1964, dual conversion for coils B (7-14.4 MHz) and A (14-30 MHz), heater current regulation for the HF oscillator and mixer tubes).
These were followed by two solid-state receivers that did not use plug-in coils: the HRO-500 (October 1964-1972, 5 k Hz - 30 MHz, HRO receivers were said to be outstanding and continued to be popular although even better and more expensive general coverage receivers from such companies as Collins Radio became available in the 1950s and later.
Some of National Radio's tool makers marked their overtime slips with HOR for "Hell Of a Rush." Management decided that a version of that abbreviation should be the name of the new receiver, choosing the slight alteration HRO to make it less objectionable.
was US.50 less tubes, and a 7000 ohm speaker in a rack panel was US.00.
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Mr J OK, I’ll send him an email now to request a meeting, and we’ll see what happens from there.
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Two other coils, E and F, sold separately, covered 960–2050 k Hz and 480–960 k Hz, respectively.
Each of the four main coils also had bandspread modes set by moving screws that limited the frequency range to 28-29.7, 14-14.4, 7-7.3, 3.5-4 MHz, respectively, for amateur radio use.
Why don’t you send an email requesting a meeting with him in private?