National R-1230/FLR and AN/FRR-24 receivers
National
military
HF
receivers:

AN/FRR-24
(1952)

and

R-1230/FLR
(1963)

Top AN/FRR-24 jpg
--- AN/FRR-24 receiver extended for top access ---
Bottom AN/FRR-24 jpg
--- AN/FRR-24 receiver extended and tilted for bottom access ---
Top R-1230FLR jpg
--- R-1230/FLR receiver extended for top access ---
Bottom R-1230FLR jpg
--- R-1230/FLR receiver extended and tilted for bottom access ---

These two receivers have separate modules for the final IF stages, detectors, and audio. These modules are quite rare
and, if found, would take up too much space in my small radio shack. Since the FLEX-1500 receiver can tune from 10kHz through 50MHz
and provide wideband panoramic display of signals in all modes, it is a perfect accessory to bring these classic receivers to life.

I am in need of schematics to help restore the R-1230/FLR receiver and would appreciate any leads.
Please email me: kk6hy@arrl.net

Webpage for the R-1230/FLR:

http://online.sfsu.edu/~hl/R-1230FLR.html

Webpage for the AN/FRR-24:

http://online.sfsu.edu/~hl/AN_FRR-24.html

Much, much thanks to Nick England, K4NYW, for his expertise and online resources. His website contains
a treasure of photos and information about dozens of US Navy communications equipment. The URL is:
http://www.navy-radio.com/

e m a i l web computer gif return to
KK6HY home page

Copyright © 2012 H.A. Layer, all rights reserved