C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, 1917

C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, also known as Trench set C.W C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, also known as Trench set C.W C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, also known as Trench set C.W C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, also known as Trench set C.W

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C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, also known as Trench set C.W
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, also known as Trench set C.W
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, also known as Trench set C.W
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

C.W. transmitter/receiver, Mk.1, also known as Trench set C.W
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

C.W. (continuous wave) transmitter/receiver, Mk.1**, also known as Trench set C.W. Mk.I, made by W/T Factory, W.D. Soho W. (Wireless Telegraphy Factory, War Department), England, 1917

Details

Category:
Radio Communication
Object Number:
1924-169
Materials:
paint, wood (unidentified), metal (unknown), copper (alloy) and paxolin
Measurements:
overall: 305 mm x 220 mm x 170 mm, 3.69 kg
type:
radio receiver
credit:
Donated by the War Office (Royal Dockyard)