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The smallest portable TV receiver in the world. It contains a recently-developed kinescope tube and eleven integrated circuits, each incorporating transistors, diodes, resistors and capacitors. The screen measures 38mm diagonally.
Power consumption is 1.7W DC (9.5W AC) – one tenth of that of a standard receiver. Power can be supplied through the mains supply, nickel-cadmium battery or car battery. Overall dimensions are 57mm × 108mm × 200mm; weight, including battery, 0.84kg. Receivable channels are 2-13 (VHF) and 14-83 (UHF).
The first miniature (95mmX163mmX47mm) cassette tape recorder incorporating integrated circuits. Recording – through a pencil-shaped remote-controlled microphone – is high in quality; automatic adjustment of recording level is incorporated in the circuitry. Due to its portability and excellent performance, this unit has been extensively used for the recording of lectures and conferences, and for language training.
Power is supplied by four dry-cell batteries (6V DC); normal output power is 200mW (maximum 300mW). Frequency characteristics: 50HZ∼10kHz.
The first FM / AM miniature radio receiver with integrated circuitry. The power source is four mercury cells (M-IN) (5.2V DC).
Size: 48mm × 80mm × 27mm. Weight: 240g.
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