Manufacturer: Sinclair Radionics
Date: 1967 -
Semiconductors: 2 X Transistors ME4102 (MK2)
Batteries: 2 X 1.4V
Output: Earpiece only
Cost: Kit (59/6d), assembled (79/6d)
Waveband : MW
smallest, a claim Sir Clive was fond of! The 'matic' in Micromatic was a common term applied in the late 60s for new tech.
The radio circuit utilised only four semiconductor devices consisting of two transistors, and two diodes.
The transistors comprised of a pair of ME4102 devices normally used for general-
Apparently, the aerial-
The dial doesn't actually show the frequency it is tuned to as it would be turned twice to cover the range.
Maybe it was to make it look more interesting than a blank one?!
Size was approx. 1 3/8" X 1 7/8"
Insides of the Micromatic