|Westinghouse Electric and Mfg. Co.
I'm looking for more information on the Westinghouse line of transmitters.. Anyone have any info?
Westinghouse decided to get out of the transmitter business in the late 1970s, selling the solid state transmitter design to RCA
|5-HV-1 - 5,000-Watt|
|FQM-5 5 kW solid state
prototype at WWSW
|10-HV - 10,000-Watt
10-HV-1 - 10,000-Watt
|50-HG - 50,000-Watts|
|50 HG-1 - 50,000
KEX, Portland, OR
|50 HG-2 - 50,000
WOWO, WHO, etc.
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