Morrow Project Suitcase Radio Station
Continuing the ‘rebuild civilization’ motif, here is a portable civilian radio station. In the real-world it’s made by Wanotek Industries in Manitoba and is distributed by Unesco.
It fits in an airplane carry-on suitcase, broadcasts up to a 50 km radius, runs on a car battery and can be modified for solar power.
This compact package has earphones, a microphone, a mixer, two tape player/recorders, two CD players and a transmitter, as well as a hook-up to commercial FM networks and to satellite feeds for off-air programming. It broadcasts up to a 50 km radius, runs on a car battery and can be modified for solar power.
A telescopic aerial comes in a separate 1-metre-long tubular package