Trademark Bendix

Bendix was a division of Bendix aviation during World War II, Bendix was a major supplier of radio related aircraft equipment for the British and American governments. Bendix was a late radio manufacturer. The company was established in 1937, Baltimore, MD. The Crosley company was founded in 1921 by Powel Crosley. He believed he should offer the consumer a good quality set at the lowest possible price. He called his sets the 'Model T's' of radios. In 1923 Crosley bought out Precision Equipment. The company enjoyed success until the late 1920's.