Amplified frame antenna
In brown and black crackle painted metal case. The rotatable antenna is made of aluminium.
Knobs from left to right: wave length switch, direction rotator for the antenna, tuning.
A connector plug in the octal valve base in the rear of the antenna connects to the output valve of a radio, as the EF41 needs 6.3 volts heater voltage and 250 volts anode voltage.
The antenna mainly receives the magnetic component of the antenna signal, thus eliminating most interference.
This type of antenne was popular in Belgium and France.
Made by RAP (P. Dezeustre, 27, Rue Panetié, Boulogne-sur-Mer, later: Montluçon (Allier), France).
Data Valve Circuit
Serial number none Cick on the valve for more information Click on the circuit to enlarge it
Made in ± 1950
Purchased in 2013
Dimensions (h x w x d) 8.5 x 20.5 x 14 cm (heigth including antenna: ± 50 cm)
Voltages 6.3/250 volts


This page was last edited on 29.04.2019