the receiver is an old bc348 I think it was an U.S. army receiver from W.W.2
and think the Transmetter next to it was also an ex U.S, army tx cannot remember
the type By the way the receiver was excelent
The receiver is definitely on of the BC348-x variants. They were designed for aircraft use and ran off the plane's DC supply with an internal dynamotor to generate the HT. They were pretty good receivers for their time and I remember modifying one in the early 60s for a friend so that it could run off 240V ac. I was playing with one a couple of weeks ago and it still worked pretty well although it had been heavily modified and painted a vile shade of green.
I don't recognise the transmitter. It is interesting that SAIT were using, what I assume, was US government war surplus and putting their own labels on it.
That seems to have been common practice by SAIT, John.
They had fingers in so many pies or were part of so many groups during their time that it could, almost be called "company equipment". [=P]