WWII Receiver, BC-348-Q

© 2003, Alvin F. Kanda

A BC-348-Q receiver shown in a B-24. It was used with a BC-375 transmitter for long distance communications with base. This transmitter-receiver combination had the designation SCR-287 long range liaison radio.

The BC-348-Q was an eight-tube superheterodyne receiver that covered the frequency ranges of 200 to 500 KHz and 1.5 to 18.0 MHz in six bands. It was designed for operation from a 28-volt aircraft power source and consumed about 60 watts.

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