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Old October 31st 03, 04:31 PM
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I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should be
posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial radios,
Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find some info on an
ancient military receiver for him. All he can find on the name plate is
RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code number refering to the unit
type and manufacturer. Anybody out there with knowledge of this receiver?
Where can I go for more info? Thanks in advance.

Tom

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Old October 31st 03, 04:58 PM
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Tom Lager wrote:
I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should be
posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial radios,
Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find some info on an
ancient military receiver for him. All he can find on the name plate is
RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code number refering to the unit
type and manufacturer. Anybody out there with knowledge of this receiver?
Where can I go for more info? Thanks in advance.


Ancient? The RME stuff is fairly new. It's not military gear, though,
but more cheaply made stuff for the ham radio market.

Check out http://www.qsl.net/la5ki/org/rm/rm.htm
--scott
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Tom Lager wrote:
I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should be
posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial radios,
Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find some info on an
ancient military receiver for him. All he can find on the name plate is
RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code number refering to the unit
type and manufacturer. Anybody out there with knowledge of this receiver?
Where can I go for more info? Thanks in advance.


Ancient? The RME stuff is fairly new. It's not military gear, though,
but more cheaply made stuff for the ham radio market.

Check out http://www.qsl.net/la5ki/org/rm/rm.htm
--scott
--
"C'est un Nagra. C'est suisse, et tres, tres precis."
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Tom Lager wrote:
I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should be
posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial radios,
Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find some info on an
ancient military receiver for him. All he can find on the name plate is
RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code number refering to the unit
type and manufacturer. Anybody out there with knowledge of this receiver?
Where can I go for more info? Thanks in advance.

Tom



http://www.qsl.net/la5ki/org/rm/rm.htm
Manual at:
http://bama.sbc.edu/rme.htm

-Bill

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Tom Lager wrote:
I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should be
posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial radios,
Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find some info on an
ancient military receiver for him. All he can find on the name plate is
RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code number refering to the unit
type and manufacturer. Anybody out there with knowledge of this receiver?
Where can I go for more info? Thanks in advance.

Tom



http://www.qsl.net/la5ki/org/rm/rm.htm
Manual at:
http://bama.sbc.edu/rme.htm

-Bill



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Old November 1st 03, 12:55 AM
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Tom Lager wrote:
I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should
be posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial
radios, Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find
some info on an ancient military receiver for him. All he can find
on the name plate is RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code
number refering to the unit type and manufacturer. Anybody out there
with knowledge of this receiver? Where can I go for more info?
Thanks in advance.

Tom



http://www.qsl.net/la5ki/org/rm/rm.htm
Manual at:
http://bama.sbc.edu/rme.htm

-Bill



I'll check out both references. Thanks for the help.
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Tom Lager
 
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Tom Lager wrote:
I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should
be posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial
radios, Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find
some info on an ancient military receiver for him. All he can find
on the name plate is RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code
number refering to the unit type and manufacturer. Anybody out there
with knowledge of this receiver? Where can I go for more info?
Thanks in advance.

Tom



http://www.qsl.net/la5ki/org/rm/rm.htm
Manual at:
http://bama.sbc.edu/rme.htm

-Bill



I'll check out both references. Thanks for the help.
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Old November 1st 03, 03:59 AM
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Tom Lager wrote:

I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should be
posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial radios,
Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find some info on an
ancient military receiver for him. All he can find on the name plate is
RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code number refering to the unit
type and manufacturer. Anybody out there with knowledge of this receiver?
Where can I go for more info? Thanks in advance.

Tom



It was an Amateur receiver. RME was the manufacturer and 6900 was the
model.

Do a google search for RME 6900 and you will get over 500 hits, which
should provide you plenty of data on this receiver.

Dave
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Old November 1st 03, 03:59 AM
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Tom Lager wrote:

I'm not sure if this is the right place, so please advise if I should be
posting this elsewhere. I'm into restoring vintage commercial radios,
Philco, Zenith, etc., and a friend asked me to try to find some info on an
ancient military receiver for him. All he can find on the name plate is
RME6900 Receiver. I am assuming this is a code number refering to the unit
type and manufacturer. Anybody out there with knowledge of this receiver?
Where can I go for more info? Thanks in advance.

Tom



It was an Amateur receiver. RME was the manufacturer and 6900 was the
model.

Do a google search for RME 6900 and you will get over 500 hits, which
should provide you plenty of data on this receiver.

Dave
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