Serial number 45-1409
This is a purpose-built class C amplifier made for the FM broadcast band. The builder's tag says that it is tuned for 91.9 MHz and will produce 100 watts output with 10 to 15 watts of drive (input). The device is powered by 13.8V DC and is convection cooled. Connectors are female N and surprisingly clean.
Henry Radio currently offers a similar device called the 100D-95 which claims to have a bandwidth of approximately 5 MHz. I could find no information for this product specifically, so I really don't know what its bandwidth is.
This would be great for a tech who likes to tinker with stuff which might try to put it on six meters ... or maybe even two meters?
Serial number 31000135
This handheld commercial UHF transceiver appears fully operational, as does the included KSC-4 charger. Service documentation is included for both the radio and the charger. The radio has some local government and some local amateur frequencies programmed in it.
This handheld commercial UHF transceiver appears fully operational, as does the included NC-37 charger (serial number 2N019). Also included with the radio is a PA-6 DC adapter which allows you to plug the radio into a 12VDC cigarette lighter in a vehicle, an MH-12 speaker microphone, and a leather case.
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