Radio Receiver, R-388/URR

JAN Type: R-388/URR
Nomenclature: Radio Receiver
Reference: TM 11-854
NSN: 5820-00-537-3895
Weight: 35
Size: 10-1/2 x 19 x 13-11/16
Mode: 6A3, 2A2, 0.1A1, 1.1F1
Frequency Range: 0.5-30.5 MHz
Power Input: 115/230 VAC 45-70 Hz 85 w
Number of Channels: Continuous Tuning 30 Bands
Part of: GRC-26A. GRC-26B, GRC-26C
Description: Radio Receiver R-388/URR is a general purpose, AM radio receiving equipment operating in the MF and HF bands for fixed-station or mobile applications. This equipment, consisting of a single self-containd rack-mounted radio receiver, having unusual stability and calibration accuracy, is especially useful for operating on known frequencies without searching or readjustment, and for reception of FSK signals. It includes a 100kHz, crystal-calibrated oscillator, a coaxial antenna input connection, a coaxial connector for tapping the IF output, and has provision for connecting an external circuit to control the built-in remote-disabling relay. It can be operated with straight wire or doublet-type antenna systems.
Source: TM 11-5820-202-11, 7 Jan 59
Manufacturer: Collins Radio
Contract:
Contract Year Manufacturer Quantity
------------------- ---- ----------------- --------
3470-P-52 1952 Collins Radio ???
Created: Mon Aug 7 17:56:42 2000
Last Modified: Sat Jul 21 20:14:35 2001


Radio Receiver, R-388A/URR

JAN Type: R-388A/URR
Nomenclature: Radio Receiver
Reference: TM 11-854
NSN: 5820-00-537-3895
Weight: 35
Size: 10-1/2 x 19 x 13-11/16
Mode: 6A3, 2A2, 0.1A1, 1.1F1
Frequency Range: 0.5-30.5 MHz
Power Input: 115/230 VAC 45-70 Hz 85 w
Number of Channels: Continuous Tuning 30 Bands
Part of: GRC-26A. GRC-26B, GRC-26C
Description: Radio Receiver R-388/URR is a general purpose, AM radio receiving equipment operating in the MF and HF bands for fixed-station or mobile applications. This equipment, consisting of a single self-containd rack-mounted radio receiver, having unusual stability and calibration accuracy, is especially useful for operating on known frequencies without searching or readjustment, and for reception of FSK signals. It includes a 100kHz, crystal-calibrated oscillator, a coaxial antenna input connection, a coaxial connector for tapping the IF output, and has provision for connecting an external circuit to control the built-in remote-disabling relay. It can be operated with straight wire or doublet-type antenna systems. This receiver differs from R-388 in having mechanical filters in the IF.
Source: TM 11-5820-202-11, 7 Jan 59
Manufacturer: Collins Radio
Cost: 755.00
Contract:
Contract Year Manufacturer Quantity
------------------- ---- ----------------- --------
NObsr-69046 1952 Collins Radio ???
Created: Mon Aug 7 17:56:42 2000
Last Modified: Sat Jul 21 20:14:35 2001



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