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The Anttron Story

n 1961 Frank J. Kukura Jr. and his father formed Kem-tron Industries specializing in manufacturing power supplies, frequency counters, Interceptor 100, Thunderbolt 305, RoadRunner 150 and many other products including antenna electronics like coaxial switch boxes, Ham and CB Base antennas, and fiberglass mobile whips. The coaxial switch box was named the Anttron AS-3. In […]

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CB World Informer December 1996 Issue

The Midland 79-290 is the smallest sideband mobile available today. It measures only 2″ high by 6.25″ wide by 7″ deep. The small size combined with the detachable face makes it possible to safely mount it permanently in many vehicles. This is a new generation of CB radio designed and manufactured in Korea. Instead of […]

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Astatic’s Final Edition D-104 Silver Eagle

The definition of astatic that best suits the D-104 line of microphones is the one immediately above: having no particular directional characteristics. For years this mic dubbed the “lollypop” has been the most sensitive microphone known in the communications field. They have the capability of picking up everything in a room and more. I remember […]

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