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Ge vhf radio manuals
The 4RMD and 4TMD sets may be the "5th M.O." equipment, but in any case there were "4th" through "7th" M.O. equipment produced up to 1949. In 1942, production of "emergency equipment" (police radio) was moved from Bridgeport to the Schenectady works to accommodate war.
GE was no exception. This is not to say that AM equipment was not still being sold, just that purchasers were still buying models and designs dating from 1940, more or less.
1930's VHF 2-WAY AM GE installed its first two-way AM equipment in 1934 for the Boston Police Department, operating in the 30 Megacycle band with an experimental license. This equipment was built and designed at the.
In approximately 1949, GE began production of a third and last generation of two-piece separate unit equipment, which saw large production figures and is the most recognized. This frosted-green colored equipment is usually referred to colloquially as the "Pre-Progress Line because in 1955, GE introduced.
GE had applied to the FCC for an experimental license for FM operation on 49 MHz which was granted on August 3, 1938. GE ran comparison tests of AM vs. FM (at 15 kHz /- deviation) on September 28-29, 1939, with Maj.
By 1959, the rush for solid state mobile radios caused GE to develop, perhaps prematurely, a radio called the "Transistorized Progress Line" or "TPL." These were generally regarded as a design failure with extremely poor reliability, and saw only a few years of production.
The two-way radio industry then began calling the equipment which immediately preceded the "Progress Line" the "Pre-Progress Line and even GE began to refer to it as such by the early 1960's.
This was the second generation of VHF FM radios produced by GE itself, and many were sold. They are recognized by the tall, rounded cabinet tops with a single handle in the middle.
Edwin Armstrong. Armstrong is usually referred to as the "inventor" of FM although at least one patent was taken out prior to 1910 describing FM transmission. Armstrong's patents, perhaps more correctly described, covered the first actual practical application of FM.
Edwin Armstrong in attendance, for the FCC Emergency Service administration. One of the persons in attendance was Professor Daniel E. Noble of Connecticut State College. A GE VHF FM two-way system was already in use by late spring, 1940, for the Douglas County, Nebraska Sheriff.
These changes were referred to as " M.O. for "manufacturing order." It should be noted that the first through third M.O. of GE FM equipment were actually manufactured by the James Millen Co.
For example, I do not have photos or detailed descriptions of the motorcycle and mobile equipment made by GE prior to 1940, other than that below, so while mentioned here, it is not covered in any detail.