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The B29 receiver (also known as the CR200) was a low frequency radio receiver for submarines and surface ships, covering the frequency range 15 kHz to 550 kHz in 4 bands. It was built in the United Kingdom by the Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co.
The CR100, CR150 and CR300 look similar but cover HF bands.