'Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver, 1980-1983

Made:
1980-1983 in Manchester and Eastleigh

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1983-198 (Group) : 'Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver with accessories, manufactured by South
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'Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver with microphone. Manufactured by South Midlands Communications
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'Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver, CB27/81, manufactured by South Midlands Communications Limited,
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Microphone from `Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver, manufactured by South Midlands Communications
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CB coax switch 150CX3W from `Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver, manufactured by South Midlands
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Accessories from an 'Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver set, manufactured by South Midlands
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Accessories from an 'Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver set, manufactured by South Midlands
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Accessories from an 'Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver set, manufactured by South Midlands
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CB mini SWR bridge S3-30L from `Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver, manufactured by South Midlands
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CB low-pass filter 100LP30 from `Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver, manufactured by South Midlands
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CB antenna tuner 100TU27 from `Oscar One' 2MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver, manufactured by South Midlands
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'Oscar One' 27 MHz f.m. CB (citizens' band) mobile/base radio transceiver with accessories, manufactured by South Midlands Communications Limited, Eastleigh, Hampshire, England, 1980-1983

'Oscar One' 27 MHz f.m. CB mobile/base radio transceiver with accessories, manufactured by South Midlands Communications Limited, Eastleigh, Hampshire, England, 1980-1983.

This radio transceiver set was designed to be used on Citizens' Band (CB) frequencies - radio channels there could be used by amateurs. These were legalised 1981, but had been used illegally in previous years. Until 2006, CB radios required licences to use, which could be purchased from the Post Office.

Details

Category:
Radio Communication
Object Number:
1983-198
Materials:
composites, electronic components, metal (unknown) and plastic (unidentified)
type:
transceiver
taxonomy:
  • component - object
credit:
Donated by South Midlands Communications Limited

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