Vintage U.S Navy General Electric Signal Key



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Product Description

The U.S Navy General Electric signal key type CMI-26003C with capacitor is a remarkable military artifact. It played an essential role in communication systems during the mid-20th century. General Electric designed and manufactured the key for the U.S Navy during World War II, and it continued in use through the Korean War. The capacitor addition to the key made it possible to eliminate electrical noise, reducing the risk of transmission errors in critical communication situations. The key was mounted on a large shipboard-style grey box with a label, and its sturdy construction made it ideal for use in the field. Despite its age, many CMI-26003C signal keys with capacitors remain in good condition today and are highly sought after by collectors of military memorabilia and vintage technology enthusiasts. The working condition of this item is unknown so it is being sold as is.


Length: 8 1/2″
Base Width: 4 1/2″
Base Length: 5″
Weight: 3 lbs.

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