|Photos donated by Jim Worden.|
Visit Jim's web site at http://www.jimsradios.com/.
To see all the photos Jim has contributed to the Archives, click here.
|This radio includes several improvements. First, it is a superheterodyne, a superior circuit design that outperforms TRFs. Second, the dial is now calibrated in frequencies and it includes a "police band."
Starting in the 1930s, police stations broadcast police calls on the frequencies immediately above the broadcast band and it became desirable to "listen in."|
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