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Amplified AVC, Lamb Noise Silencer, Calibrated bandspread, Push-Pull Audio were some of the features incorporated into the design.
The SX-28 would become an all-time ham favorite, famous for incredible audio coupled with amazing sensitivity, stability and selectivity - all at a reasonable selling price.
Serial number analysis and a serial number log along with a chronological listing of Engineering Upgrades provides tools for accurately dating your receiver.
Today, hundreds and hundreds of SX-28 receivers have been restored and are in use in Vintage Ham Shacks around the country still providing great performance with incredible, bass-rich audio.
I totally rebuilt this SX-28 and the performance is incredible.
It is an excellent example of the very early SX-28 production.
The receiver's ultimate design was the result of the analysis of more than 600 requested reports, including input from government engineers.
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We use built-in HTTP features, like HTTP authentication and HTTP verbs, which are understood by off-the-shelf HTTP clients.
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