Radio Set, AN/TRC-7

JAN Type: AN/TRC-7
Nomenclature: Radio Set
Reference: TM 11-617
NSN: 5820-00-537-4006
Components: AT-59/TRC-7 Antenna, AS-110/TRC-7 Antenna Assembly, AB-37/TRC-7 Antenna base, BA-70 Battery, C-1200/GRC Radio Set Control, C-1201/GRC Radio Set Control, G-3/TRC-7 or G-3A/TRC-7 Generator, H-23C/U Handset, HS-30/U Headset, T-45 Microphone, RT-53/TRC-7 Receiver-Transmitter.
Mode: 6A3
Frequency Range: 100-156 MHz
Power Output: 0.4-1.5 W
Number of Channels: 2 Crystal Controlled (Out of 561)
Channel Spacing: 100 Khz
Part of: TRC-7
Description: Radio Set AN/TRC-7 is a portable, low-power, two-way receiver-transmitter units used for ground-to-air and point-to-point communication. The radio set is designed for short distance operation in the VHF range. Normally, this equipment is controlled locally but can be controlled from a remote point as far as 2 miles by means of Remote Control Equipment RC-261. Power may be supplied either from a Battery BA-70 or from handcranked Generator G-3(*)/TRC-7, or both. Battery life is a minimum of 4 hours for continuous transmitting, and 20 hours maximum for continuous reception.
Source: TM 11-487A, 58
Manufacturer: Andrea Corp.
Created: Thu Jul 19 08:26:56 2001
Last Modified: Thu Jul 19 08:26:56 2001


Radio Set, AN/TRC-7A

JAN Type: AN/TRC-7A
Nomenclature: Radio Set
Reference: TM 11-617
NSN: 520-00-537-4006
Components: AT-59/TRC-7 Antenna, AS-110/TRC-7 Antenna Assembly, AB-37/TRC-7 Antenna base, BA-70 Battery, C-1200/GRC Radio Set Control, C-1201/GRC Radio Set Control, G-3/TRC-7 or G-3A/TRC-7 Generator, H-23C/U Handset, HS-30/U Headset, T-45 Microphone, RT-53A/TRC-7 Receiver-Transmitter.
Mode: 6A3
Frequency Range: 100-156 MHz
Power Output: 0.4-1.5 W
Number of Channels: 2 Crystal Controlled (Out of 561)
Channel Spacing: 100 Khz
Part of: TRC-7A
Description: Radio Set AN/TRC-7A is a portable, low-power, two-way receiver-transmitter units used for ground-to-air and point-to-point communication. The radio set is designed for short distance operation in the VHF range. Normally, this equipment is controlled locally but can be controlled from a remote point as far as 2 miles by means of Remote Control Equipment RC-261. Power may be supplied either from a Battery BA-70 or from handcranked Generator G-3(*)/TRC-7, or both. Battery life is a minimum of 4 hours for continuous transmitting, and 20 hours maximum for continuous reception.
Source: TM 11-487A, 58
Manufacturer: Andrea Corp.
Created: Thu Jul 19 08:26:56 2001
Last Modified: Thu Jul 19 08:26:56 2001


Radio Set, AN/TRC-7B

JAN Type: AN/TRC-7B
Nomenclature: Radio Set
Reference: TM 11-617
NSN: 520-00-537-4006
Components: AT-59/TRC-7 Antenna, AS-110/TRC-7 Antenna Assembly, AB-37/TRC-7 Antenna base, BA-70 Battery, C-1200/GRC Radio Set Control, C-1201/GRC Radio Set Control, G-3/TRC-7 or G-3A/TRC-7 Generator, H-23C/U Handset, HS-30/U Headset, T-45 Microphone, RT-53B/TRC-7 Receiver-Transmitter.
Mode: 6A3
Frequency Range: 100-156 MHz
Power Output: 0.4-1.5 W
Number of Channels: 2 Crystal Controlled (Out of 561)
Channel Spacing: 100 Khz
Part of: TRC-7B
Description: Radio Set AN/TRC-7B is a portable, low-power, two-way receiver-transmitter units used for ground-to-air and point-to-point communication. The radio set is designed for short distance operation in the VHF range. Normally, this equipment is controlled locally but can be controlled from a remote point as far as 2 miles by means of Remote Control Equipment RC-261. Power may be supplied either from a Battery BA-70 or from handcranked Generator G-3(*)/TRC-7, or both. Battery life is a minimum of 4 hours for continuous transmitting, and 20 hours maximum for continuous reception.
Source: TM 11-487A, 58
Manufacturer: Andrea Corp.
Created: Thu Jul 19 08:26:56 2001
Last Modified: Thu Jul 19 08:26:56 2001



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