Tuner Short Wave Mk IV

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Tuner Short Wave Mk IV
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Production history
Introduced 1918

90-320 metres
The Tuner Short Wave Mk IV was a general purpose receiver used in the First World War. It is estimated to have been introduced in 1918, was powered by a 4 1/2 Volt dry battery for buzzer and used a Perikon crystal. Recorded production is 174 units by W.D. Factory.[1]

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