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Old 06-15-2003, 12:52 PM
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I HAVE A PROPORTIONAL TRANSMITTER WITH THREE SERVOS, RECIEVER, ETC IN EXCELLENT SHAPE.

IT IS MODEL APT-S BY "CITIZEN-SHIP" RADIO CORPORATION.

RADIO HAS HIGH/LOW MOTOR SWITCH, ON-OFF SWITCH, SINGLESTICK GIMBALLED, WITH UP-DOWN....LEFT-RIGHT. THERE ARE TWO TRIM ADJUSTMENTS.....
RADIO CAME FROM COMPANY IN INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA.

DOES ANYONE HAVE INFO ON THIS TYPE RADIO?

THANKS FOR YOUR TIME....AJC.
Old 06-15-2003, 06:52 PM
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Not much to go on.........a picture would be a great big help. I think I can help you.

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Old 06-16-2003, 01:16 AM
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The Citizen-ship transmitter you have was available about 1965.

APT was Analog-Proportional-Transmitter-System. The coding which C-S used so much. It works off of a standard 9 volt radio cell, and the receiver runs from 4 pencells. Servos should be APC (control) and APM (motor) and requires four pencells to run each. It cost about $169.95 when new, and should be running on 27 1/4Mc.

Overall, a pretty hot and reliable system for the era.


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Default APT.......

Coos: Thanks for the heads-up on my radio.....

I got it in a trade and have heard of them but never saw one before.

Your info fills in some of the battery gaps i had no clue about.
It seems to be complete and is in excellent shape.

Thanks again........be well, Al.

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