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Philips Medical Systems -- M3
Monitoring System

Yaesu -- FL-7000
Amplifier

The FL-70(H) is a microprocessor-controlled, all solid state linear amplifier with built-in power supply and automatic antenna tuner, providing up to 1.2 kilowatts RF input power on the 160- through 10-meter HF amateur radio bands, including the WARC bands.* Super-fast transmit/receive turnaround timing allows the FL-7000 to be used for QSK CW, HF packet radio and even AMTOR with an exciter so designed. Requiring only 70 watts of excitation for full output, four transistors with 300-watt ...

Sony -- KV-21FX30E
TV

Mitsubishi -- WD-60C10
TV

SPECIFICATIONS • Power Input : AC 120V, 60Hz • Light Engine : DLP™ (1080p) • Light Source : 156W • Antenna Input : RF 75Ω unbalanced • Tuning : NTSC/ATSC/QAM : Analog Cable - 1~125 Digital Cable - 1~135 • Speakers : 10W x 2 (V43C, V43, V43+) : 2W x 16 (V43++) • Analog Input : Composite/Component Level (RCA Type) Y/Video: 1.0 Vp-p, Cr, Cb: 700mVp-p 75Ω unbalanced : AUDIO IN JACK (RCA Type) -4.7dBm 43kΩ unbalanced • Analog Output : AUDIO / SUBWOOFER OUT JACK L ...

Grundig -- MW 70-2203 FR/DOLBY
TV

Hewlett Packard -- 608F
Generator

The Hewlett-Packard Model 608E and 608F Signal Generators are designed to meet the requirements of precision laboratory work, and yet to be equally useful for general applications in the VHF frequency range. The Model 608E furnishes RF signals from 0. 1 microvolt to 1 volt from 10 MHz to 480 MHz, while the Model 608F supplies RF signals from 0. 1 microvolt to 0. 5 volt in a frequency range from 10 MHz to 455 MHz. The RF carrier can be amplitude modulated by internally generated sine-wave ...