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Lafayette Com-Phone 23 (99-33011W)

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Type:Citizen band transceiver
Frequency range:26.965-27.255 MHz
Channels / tuning steps:1-23 (General market)
1-22 + 11A (Sweden)
Frequency control:XTAL-matrix
Frequency stability:Max ? ppm
Clarifier or Delta tune:No
Power supply:12.6 VDC (2-pin connector)
Current drain / power consumption:RX: Max 0.1 A
TX: Max 1.1 A
Antenna impedance / connector:50 ohm / SO-239
Dimensions (W*H*D):127*102*241 mm (5*4*9.5")
Weight:1.5 Kg (3.31 lb)
Other features:PA. "Range boost"

Receiver system: Double conversion superheterodyne
1st IF: ? MHz
2nd IF: 455 KHz - Ceramic filter: Murata CFU455G
Sensitivity:1 uV (No reference)
Selectivity:20 KHz (-40 dB)
Image rejection:50 dB
AF output power / speaker:2.5 W at ?% distortion / ? ohm
External speaker connector:3.5 mm

RF output power:~3.5 W (5 W input)
Modulation system:
FM deviation (Factory set):No FM
Spurious emissions:Better than -? dB
Microphone impedance / connector:? ohm / Fixed handset
Microphone input level:? mV

Manufactured:Japan, 1974-1976 (Discontinued)
Main PCB:EPO-0632-01 by Cybernet Electronics Corporation
Sub PCBs:? - Channel selector and XTAL's board
Additional info: New price 1974 in the US: $189.95
New price 1975 in the US: $189.95
New price 1976 in the US: $189.95
Related documents: AF amplifier: Two 2SC1096
RF final: 2SC1306
Sams Photofact #:CB-75 (November 1975)
Modifications and fixes:
Reviews:Radio & Television: #6/7 1979
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