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 Mystery of the Neutrodyne radio solved
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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 8:38:57 PM on 14 July 2023.
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 Location: Bathurst, NSW
 Member since 7 August 2008
 Member #: 336
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Please refer to earlier threads on a four valve neutrodyne radio I have. After a lenghty search through the magazines provided by another member came across a reference to Browning Drake.

Another search of internet came across a VK3 ham describing a dilapidated homebrew Browning Drake type radio. Unfortunately his article is copyrighted to a Victorian ham radio club so no links.

But other searches came up with the almost identical circuits of the set I have, definitely built to a Browning Drake circuit.

So ends nearly a weeks searching. A few more tests to be done then shall strip down the front panel and give everything a bit of a polish to make it look more presentable.

Very pleased I have tracked down what this well made homebrew radio actually is.

 Return to top of page · Post #: 2 · Written at 9:09:14 PM on 14 July 2023.
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 Location: Wangaratta, VIC
 Member since 21 February 2009
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Browning - Drake is American, their equivalent to AORSM's is "Rider" a source I use regularly. You will find a copy listed on Nostalgia Air http://www.nostalgiaair.org/Resources/

A some of the NASCO "Air Chief" radio's used by GMH are to be found there. Air Chief is Fire stone Tire & Rubber with links to Stewart-Warner.

 Return to top of page · Post #: 3 · Written at 7:57:39 AM on 16 July 2023.
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 Location: Bathurst, NSW
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Thanks for the link to Riders. A useful source of information.

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