Tabletop receivers from AOR

Manufactured by AOR Ltd, Tokyo.

The Japanese company AOR was in earlier years known for its scanners and only in the late 1980s launched the AR2515 and AR3000 (A) scanner receivers in a flat tabletop cabinet, they covered the frequency range from 100 kHz to 1.5 and 2 GHz, respectively, and thus also the shortwave band. The AR3030 was the first pure shortwave receiver, a double conversion set covering the range of 30 kHz - 30 MHz, which was also sold in a special version with a mechanical Collins filter.

The successor AR5000 was a wideband receiver covering the whole frequency spectrum from 10 kHz to 2.6 GHz and in an improved version came also equipped with a noise blanker and synchronous detector. In cooperation with an English development team around John Thorpe, the AR7030 was released in 1996. Compared to its dimensions, it is a very compact tabletop receiver with a reception performance that reaches into the semi-professional range, although many of the functions can only be accessed with the remote control.

Tabletop shortwave receivers from AOR

AR30301993Double conversion30 kHz - 30 MHzAM, SSB, FM; 100 memory, AM sync.
AR50001996Double conversion10 kHz - 2.6 GHzAM, SSB, FM; 1000(-2000) memories, optional sync detector, Noise blanker
AR70301996Double conversion10 kHz - 32 MHzAM, SSB, FM; 100(-400) memories, sync detector, optional NB / Notch

Wideband scanner receivers from AOR

AR25151989Double conversion5000 kHz - 1500 MHzAM, FM; 1900 memories
AR3000(A)1989Double conversion1000 kHz - 2036 MHzAM, SSB, FM; 400 memories
AR20001991Double conversion500 kHz - 1300 MHzAM, FM(N), FM(W); 1000 memories
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