AWA WIRELESS FIELD SET 6 (FS6)
USED IN AUSTRALIA DURING WW2
Wireless Set No. FS6 on display at the RAAF Townsville Museum.
The AWA Wireless Field Set 6 (FS6) was introduced in the 1930's had a range of 4 to 6 miles and was used for either Morse (Radiotelegraphy) or voice (radiotelephony) communications.
Photo: Peter Dunn
Coast watchers radio, AWA Radio
Set FS6 Mk II Type 245775, Serial No. 3064
complete with power supply pack. Type IH6439, Serial No. 2310. On display
in the North Queensland Military Museum at Kissing Point in Townsville.
I'd like to thank David Prince, from the Brisbane Military Radio Collection for his assistance with this home page.
Can anyone help me with more information?
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This page first produced 6 May 2003
This page last updated 15 January 2017