In the seventies and nineties, several Japanese manufacturers of amateur radio equipment introduced a number of all-wave receivers, which were often distinguished by their low price and accessibility for modifications.
|Bearcat DX1000||ca. 1980||Double conversion||10 kHz - 30 MHz||Digital display, 1 kHz|
|Century-21||1977||Double conversion||0.5 - 30 MHz||linear analogue display, 5 kHz|
|Century-21D||1980||Double conversion||0.5 - 30 MHz||digital display, 1 kHz|
|Minix MR73B||1974||Single conversion||0.5 - 30 MHz||Analogue display with spread ham bands|
|Standard C-6500||1977||Double conversion||0.5 - 30 MHz||linear analogue display, 5 kHz|
In the eighties and nineties, receivers with a modern design, some of them reminiscent of Lowe's receivers, appeared in the amateur radio market under the brands Target and NASA: