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AOR UK Ltd.,
Belper, Derbyshire,England

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überarbeitet am 22.7.2010

The reputation of AOR was first based on their wideband / scanning receivers, in the end of the eighties, AOR presented their AR-2515 and AR-3000 (A) scanners, covering the whole spectrum from 100 kHz up to 1,5 resp. 2 GHz.
The AR-3030 was AOR's first set covering shortwaves only, in a special version, it was equipped with a mechanical Collins filter. The AR-5000 was a broadband - receiver covering 10 kHz - 2,6 GHz, an improved version featured a noise blanker and synchroneous detector.
In collaboration with the British developers team with John Thorpe, the U.K. branch of AOR entered the market in 1996 with their AR-7030, a very compact tabletop shortwave receivers with excellent performance on the bands and various goodies helping to get the maximum out of the faintest signal.

Semiprofessional Receivers

AR3030: AM/SSB/FM
30 kHz - 30 MHz,
100 memories, Sync.
AR3030
AR5000: AM/SSB/FM
10 kHz - 2,6 GHz,
1000(-2000) memories
optional synchroneous detector / noise blanker
AR5000
AR7030: AM/SSB/FM
10 kHz - 32 MHz,
100(-400) memories,
synchroneous detector,
optional noise blanker / notch filter
AR7030
   

Scanner / Wideband Receiver

AR2515: AM/FM, 5000 kHz - 1500 MHz,
1900 memories
 
AR3000(A): AM/SSB/FM 1000 kHz - 2036 MHz,
400 memories