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CUSH MAN MODEL CE-3
FM COMMU ICATIONS ONITOR
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ELECTRO I C S, INC.
manufacturers of p r e c i s i ~ n electronic instruments
166 San Lazaro Avenue
Sunnyvale, Calif. 94086
CUSHMAN MODEL CE-3
FM COMMUNICATIONS MONITOR
CUSHMA. ELECTRO ICS, mc.
166 SAN LAZARO AVE UE, SUNNYVALE, CALIFORNIA
Copyright 1968
Printed in U.S.A.
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Table
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ILLUSTRATIONS (Continued)
Title
40-MHz, 43-MHz, and 46-MHz Filters (CH-A18) . 6-17
33-MHz and 42-MHz Filters, Audio Amplifier, and Speaker (CH-A16). 6-19
46-50.2 MHz Balanced Mixer (CH-A15) 6-21
46-50.2 MHz Multiplier (CH-A2) 6-23
33-MHz Multiplier (CH-A3) . . . . . 6-25
43-MHz Multiplier (CH-A4) . . . . . 6-27
UHF Matrix (CH-A1) . 6-29
0-4 MHz Mixer and 9.9-MHz Mixer (CH-A8) . 6-31
2nd IF and Discriminator (CH-A20). . . . . 6-33
10-MHz Modulator (CH-A14) . 6-35
Signal Generator Mixer (CH-A7) . 6-37
Power Supply Rectifier and Filter Board (RP-A1) 6-39
Power Supply Regulator (CH-A19) 6-41
Decimal Light Switchboard (CH-A5). 6-43
Front-Panel Wiring (FP) . . . 6-45
Rear-Panel Wiring (RP). . . . 6-47
Functional Block Diagram. . . 6-49
Crystal Oven Assembly (CH-A6) 6-51
Chassis Components . . . . . 5-53
TABLES
Title
Specifications . . . . . . . . 1-1
Operating Controls and Displays 3-3
Synthesizer Frequency Relationships 4-5
Frequencies Involved in LF. Signal Generation. 4-6
-:- N Counting Sequence . . . . . . . . 4-11
Decimal-Light and Unit-Light Switching. 4-27
Power Supply Resistance to Ground. 5-2
Troubleshooting Chart. . . . . . . 5-12
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SECTION 1
GENERAL INFORMATION
1.1 Specifications
This manual covers the operation and maintenance of the Cushman Model CE-3 FM Communications
Monitor. Specifications are given in Table 1-1.
1.2 Function
The Cushman CE-3 FM Communications Monitor is designed to check the frequency and FM deviation of
transmitters operating in the FM communication bands. It can also generate FM and CW signals within those
bands. The output level of the generated signal is adjustable over a calibrated range of 0.1 to 100 microvolts.
This feature is useful in checking the sensitivity of FM communication receivers.
Frequencies in the range of 1 kHz to 40 MHz and beyond can be generated fOT receiver LF. test and other
purposes. With the use of the Cushman Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider plug-in in conjunction with the CE-3
Monitor, frequencies from 0.1 Hz to 4 kHz are available in O.l-Hz increments. Further, starting 'it 4 kHz,
frequency increments of 1 Hz are available up to 40 kHz. From 40 kHz to 400 kHz the increments are in 10-Hz
steps. This allows testing of tone-operated squelch circuits in receivers so equipped.
Table 1-1. Specifications
Frequency Coverage 20 ­ 80 MHz
120 ­ 180 MHz
450 ­ 512 MHz
910 - 1010 MHz (on harmonics)
Accuracy of Frequency Measurements 0.000075% (long-term)
Frequency Meter Resolution 50 Hz'
Sensitivity
With Broadband Mixer Less than 10 mv at all frequencies
With Preselectors Less than 20 /.LV at all frequencies
Input/Output Impedance 50 ohms (nominal)
Accuracy of FM Deviation Measurements **
With Oscilloscope Plug- in
±5%
With Deviation Meter Plug-in
±4%
Signal Generation (20-512 MHz region)
Frequency Accuracy (long-term) 0.000075% at all frequencies
Output Level 0.1 to 100 microvolts within 2 db (into 50-ohm
load)
Internal FM I-kHz (normal) modulating frequency. Deviation
continuously variable to 25 kHz. Distortion less
than 2%.
External Modulating Signal 60 Hz to 20 kHz***
* 20 Hz resolution available on special request.
** Frequency modulation can be monitored on the Model 301 Oscilloscope Plug-in or the Model 302 Deviation
Meter Plug-in.
*** For optimum performance and minimum distortion, the product of FM deviation in kHz and the modulation
frequency in kHz should not exceed 200.
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Table 1-1. Specifications (Continued)
LF. and Audio Signal Generation
Frequency Ranges
Frequency Accuracy
Output Level (1 kHz - 4 MHz)
Model 301 Oscilloscope Plug-in
Deviation Measurement Accuracy
External Inputs
External Vertical Sensitivity
External Frequency Response (3 db)
Model 302 Deviation Meter Plug-in
Accuracy of Measurements
Model 303 Broadband Mixer Plug-in
Carrier Frequency Coverage
Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Receiver Bandwidth (3 db)
Broad
Narrow (crystal filter)
RF Preselector Plug-ins
Frequency Coverage
Nominal Input Impedance
Bandwidth (3 db)
Broad
Narrow
Sensitivity: Less than
Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider Plug-in
Dividing Ratios
Input Frequency Range
Input Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Output
Model 309 Remote Meters
Frequency Meter Ranges
Deviation Meter Ranges
Model 310 Frequency Converter Plug-in
Carrier Frequency Coverage
Sensitivity
Input Impedance
Receiver Bandwidth (3 db)
Broad
Narrow
1 kHz - 3.9999 MHz
4 MHz - 39.999 MHz (on harmonics)
0.000075%
Variable from 0 to approximately 1 volt
(into 600 ohms).
± 5% full scale in three ranges:
±1.5 kHz, 5.0 kHz, 15.0 kHz
Vertical and Horizontal
300 mv for full scale
30 kHz
± 4% full sca]e in three ranges:
0-2.5, 0-6, 0-25 kHz
20-80 MHz; 120-180 MHz; 450-512 MHz; 910-1010
MHz (using harmonics)
Less than 10 mv below 512 MHz
50 ohms (nominal)
80 kHz
13.5 kHz
Model 304 Model 305 Model 306
25-50 MHz 145-175 MHz 450-512 MHz
50 ohms 50 ohms 50 ohms
80 kHz 80 kHz 80 kHz
20 kHz 20 kHz 20 kHz
20/-Lv 20/-Lv 20/-Lv
10:1, 100:1, and 1000:1
10 Hz to 10 MHz
100 mv
300 ohms (nominal)
10v peak-to-peak square wave into 6000-ohm load.
Output level control provided on front panel.
±1.5, 5, and 15 kHz
±2.5, 6, and 25 kHz
20-80 MHz, 120-180 MHz, 400-420 MHz, and
450-512 MHz. Also 910-1010 MHz using harmonics.
Less than 10 mv below 512 MHz
50 ohms (nominal)
75 kHz
13.5 kHz
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Table 1-1. Specifications (Continued)
Power Requirements 117 or 230 vac ± 10%; 50-400 Hz; 75 watts (max)
Dimensions 12-1/4" high x 13" wide x 18" deep
Operating Temperature + 10°F to + 130°F
Oven Warm Up Time Approx. 12-15 minutes
Net Weight
Less Plug-ins 31 lb (approx)
With Plug-ins 38 lb (approx)
1.3 General Description
The CE-3 (Figure 1-1) is basically a highly specialized VHF/UHF superheterodyne receiver. The required
local-oscillator (LO) frequency, derived from a highly stable crystal oscillator, is automatically offset 10 MHz
from the "dialed-in" frequency. When the incoming signal at the dialed-in frequency is of sufficient amplitude,
the squelch circuit activates the frequency error detector and discriminator circuits, and allows the frequency
error meter and the deviation-measuring plug-in (meter or oscilloscope) to operate.
The incoming signal is fed into a broad-band mixer or preselector (depending on choice of plug-ins), from
either the telescoping antenna supplied with the Monitor or from an outdoor antenna, and a 10-M.Hz LF. voltage
is generated. This 10-MHz signal is amplified and mixed with 9.9 MHz to create a second LF. of 100 kHz, which
is further amplified and fed into a special 100-kHz discriminator.
The discriminator output operates the FREQUENCY meter, which indicates any frequency error between the
dialed-in channel and the signal being measured. Simultaneously, a peak-reading circuit drives either the Model
302 FM Deviation Meter or the Model 301 Oscilloscope, whichever is plugged in, to indicate any FM deviation
of the incoming signal. When the Model 302 is being used, the DEVIATION PEAKS lamp on its front panel flashes
instantaneously when the absolute peak excursions of modulation exceed a preset amount. A scope jack on the
Model 302 plug-in provides for visual observation of the incoming modulati.on waveform, and a receptacle on the
back of the CE-3 makes it possible to connect Model 309 Remote Meters so that frequency error and FM devi­
ation can be read at a distance of up to several hundred feet from the Monitor.
Signal generation of the dialed-in frequency is accomplished by mixing the LO signal with a 10-MHz signal,
which may be either CW or FM. The amplitude of the generated signal is controlled by the SIGNAL GEN. ATTEN.
to provide a directly calibrated output of 0.1 to 100 microvolts through a fixed 20-db pad furnished with the
instrument. The output level will be nominally 10 times greater if the pad is not used. It is emphasized, how­
ever, that the pad should be used at all times. A 1/32-ampere fuse in the 20-db pad protects the pad and the in­
put circuit of the CE-3 against accidental keying of a transmitter.
When the 10-MHz signal used to generate the dialed-in frequency is frequency-modulated, with either the
I-kHz internal oscillator or external tones, the SIG. GEN. output is frequency-modulated by the same amount.
The amount of modulation is indicated directly on the FM deviation meter or oscilloscope.
LF. and audio frequencies in two ranges (1 kHz to 4 MHz and 4 to 40 MHz) are generated by the Frequency
Synthesizer and are selected by a range switch and the same frequency control knobs that are used to dial in a
transmitter frequency.
The numbers indicating the dialed-in frequency are lighted for easy reading. If a frequency not covered by
the CE-3 is accidentally dialed in, the lighted numbers flash on and off to indicate that the selected channel can­
not be monitored or generated by the CE-3.
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Figure 1-1. Cushman CE-3 FM Communications Monitor
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All dc voltages are regulated and negative feedback is used in circuitry where stability is essential. The
crystal oscillator accuracy may be checked against WWV at any time and is easily reset if it should be neces­
sary. See Section 5 for specific information.
A detailed circuit description is given in Section 4.
1.4 Accessories
Three types of accessories are available for use with the CE-3: units which plug into the Monitor's front
panel, instruments external to the Monitor itself, and items furnished with the Monitor but not integral parts
of it.
1.4.1 Plug-In Units. A receptacle on the left side of the Monitor front panel accepts either the Model 301
Oscilloscope or the Model 302 FM Deviation Meter. One or the othei' of these must be used to provide FM
deviation measurements. The right-hand front-panel receptacle accepts the Model 303 Broadband Mixer, one
of three RF Preselectors (Models 304, 305, and 306), the Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider, or the Model
310 Frequency Converter. The Broadband Mixer and Frequency Converter are used for measuring frequency
and FM deviation of local transmitters; the preselectors are used to monitor transmitters up to 50 miles distant;
and the Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider provides submultiples of the LF. FREQUENCIES output of the CE-3
for testing tone-operated squelch circuits. Each of these plug-in units is described below.
Model 301 Oscilloscope. This plug-in scope allows a visual examination of the exact modulation delivered
by the transmitter. Unbalanced modulation, pulses from the power supply, unusual clipping, and other problems
are instantaneously detected so that appropriate repairs can be made. The Model 301 has an automatic sync
circuit, similar to that found in the most advanced laboratory instruments, to lock on and precisely display wave­
Iorms. Vertical display is directly calibrated to show deviation on anyone of three ranges: ±1.5, ±5, and ±15 kHz.
Switches on the front of the scope panel allow connection of external signals to the vertical input while using the
internal sweep. External signals may also be connected to the horizontal input. This allows use of the scope
independently of the monitoring function for routine testing, troubleshooting', displaying Lissajous patterns, etc.
The Oscilloscope can also be used for receiver LF. bandwidth and discriminator alignment, as described in the
Model 301 manual.
Model 302 FM Deviation Meter. The Deviation Meter prOVides three directly calibrated ranges: 0-2.5, 0-6,
and 0-25 kHz. An instantaneous peak indicator light flashes when the absolute peak deviation of the incoming
carrier exceeds a preset amount determined by the operator. Operation and accuracy of the flasher are not
affected by modulation frequency, repetition rate, or waveform. The deviation level at which the peak indicator
flashes is adjustable by the front-panel SET control. A switch allows selection and measurement of either + or
- deviation peaks. There is also a scope jack on the meter plug-in for simultaneous meter and scope observa­
tions of deviation.
Model 303 Broad-Band Mixer. The Broad-Band Mixer operates over all three bands covered by the CE-3.
Sensitivity is less than 10 millivolts, for close-in monitoring and in-shop measurements. A crystal filter in the
Braod-Band Mixer provides sharp selectivity in areas where many strong RF signals are present. This filter
is actuated by a front-panel toggle switch.
RF Preselectors. Three different plug-in RF preselectors are available for use in the CE-3, one for each
of the commonly used bands. Model 304 covers the range from 25 to 50 MHz, Model 305 covers 145 to 175 MHz,
and Model 306 covers 450 to 512 MHz. The sensitivity of these preselectors - on the order of 20 microvolts ­
makes it possible to monitor base stations up to 50 miles away or to accurately identify the exact source of any
interference encountered. The preselectors also have the same crystal filter feature as the Broad-Band Mixer,
for sharp selectivity.
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Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider. The Decade Frequency Divider plug-in divides the frequency of the
1. F. signal generated by the CE-3 so that the signal can be used to test tone selective circuits and similar
devices used in receivers. Frequency division ratios of 10, 100, and 1000 can be selected by a switch on the
front panel of the plug-in unit. The input signal for the 308 is normally obtained from the CE-3 through a mating
plug on the back of the Divider plug-in; in addition, frequencies up to 10 MHz from other sources can be divided
by applying them through a BNC COlU1ector on the front panel of the Model 308.
Model 310 Frequency Converter. The Model 310 Frequency Converter provides coverage of an additional
band - 400 to 420 MHz. The complete frequency coverage when using a Model 310 with the CE-3 is:
20 - 80 MHz
120 - 180 MHz
400 - 420 MHz
450 - 512 MHz
910 - 1010 MHz (using harmonics).
The Model 310 converts frequencies in the 400-420 MHz band to the 40-60 MHz portion of the 20-80 MHz
band.
1.4.2 E x t e r n a ~ Instruments. Two accessory instruments - the Model 107 Deviation Calibrator and the Model
309 Remote Meters - can be connected to the CE -3 by cables.
Model 107 FM Deviation Calibrator. The Model 107 provides a means of checking the deviation calibration
of the Model 301 Oscilloscope and the Model 302 FM Deviation Meter on each of their FM deviation ranges. The
calibrator connects to the CE -3 by means of a cable which plugs into a receptacle on the side of the Monitor.
Model 309 Remote Meters. The Model 309 consists of an FM DEVIATION meter and a FREQUENCY meter
mounted in a box which can be located at a distance of up to several hundred feet from the CE-3. The cable
from the Remote Meters plugs into the accessory receptacle on the back of the CE-3. A switch near the
receptacle selects either internal or remote meters.
1.4.3 Other Accessory Items. Two accessory items are supplied with the instrument - a telescoping antenna
for picking up transmitter signals and a 20-db pad with cable for use with the CE-3 when a generated signal is
being fed into a receiver. Both the pad and cable are stored inside the front cover of the instrument. Installation
of the antenna is covered in Section 3.3, and use of the 20-db pad is described in Section 5.2.5.
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SECTION 2
INSTALLATION
2.1 Unpacking and Inspection
No special instructions are required for unpacking the Model CE -3 FM Communications Monitor other than
to inspect the packing box and the instrument for signs of possible shipping damage. Check performance as
outlined in the Operating Instructions (Section 3). If the instrument is damaged or fails to operate properly,
file a claim with the transportation agency or, if insured separately, with the insurance company. It is recom­
mended that the.-shipping box and foam packaging be kept for possible use at a later date.
2.2 Environmental Requirements
2.2.1 Temperature. The CE -3 is designed to operate at ambient temperatures between + 10
0
F and + 130
0
F.
Care must be used to avoid exceeding these temperatures in the field. For instance, the internal temperature
of a closed automobile trunk may exceed 150
0
F during summer daylight hours. Also, leaving an instrument
outside in bright sunlight on a hot day may raisl? the internal temperature beyond its ratings. Avoid blocking
the cabinet ventilating louvers. These louvers are provided to prevent excessive internal temperature rise.
Exceeding the upper or lower temperature limits (within reason) should not result in damage to the instrument.
However, it may cause poor performance or actual malfunctioning.
2.2.2 RF Fields. In locations where extremely high radiation fields exist (such as when an antenna is connected
directly to a transmitter which is physically near the CE-3), it is recommended that the telescoping antenna be
pushed down to reduce the pickup. In locations where many high-power transmitters are in use, interference may
be experienced if the transmitters are operating within 90 kHz of each other. In such cases, the SELECTIVITY
switch on the Model 303 Broadband Mixer should be placed in the SHARP position. If the interference still pre­
vents satisfactory measurements, it may be advisable to use an RF attenuator aud cable for direct connection
between the transmitter to be monitored and the CE-3. Contact Cushman Electronics for further information.
2.3 Power Requirements
The CE-3 operates from a 117-volt or 230-volt (± 10%) ac source, 50 to 400 Hz. Power consumption is
75 watts.
2.4 Warm-Up Requirements
The frequency accuracy of the CE-3 depends on maintaining the master-oscillator crystal at a constant
temperature. This temperature is held constanl by a thermostatically controlled oven. Therefore, it is
important that the instrument be plugged into its ac source for at least 15 minutes prior to use. * The oven
operation is independent of the settinl' of any panel control. It is recommended that the instrument be installed
in a location where it can be kept plugged into its power source. This keeps the oven at its constant operating
temperature so that the instrument is ready to make precise measurements within seconds after the combination
SPEAKER VOLUME control-on/off switch is rotated to turn the instrument on.
* If the instrument has been stored al a temperature below +32
0
F, additional warm-up time may be required.
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SECTION 3
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
3.1 General
The Model CE-3 can be operated in any of the fGlllowing modes:
a. Frequency and Deviation Measurement. The incoming signal is applied through the front-panel ANT.
connector, either through a coaxial cable from an outside antenna or from the telescoping antenna which connects
to the ANT. connector. The signal 'frequency is measured by "dialing in" the assigned frequency of the trans­
mitter by means of the six frequency selector switches; any frequency error will be indicated by the FREQUENCY
meter. Deviation will be indicated simultaneously by the FM DEVIATION meter on the Deviation Meter plug-in
or by the Oscilloscope p l u g ~ i n , whichever is plugged in. An instantaneous peak indicator light on the Deviation
Meter plug-in flashes when the absolute peak deviation of the incoming carrier exceeds a preset amount.
Operation and accuracy of the flasher are not affected by modulating frequency, repetition rate, or waveform.
A built-in speaker provides continous aural monitoring of modulation on the incoming carrier.
b. RF Signal Generation. A desired channel is generated by dialing in that frequency by means of the six
frequency selector knobs. The generated signal (CW or FM) is available at the SIGNAL GEN. OUT connector.
A precision attenuator provides directly calibrated outputs of 0-1, 1-10, and 10-100 microvolts. The output can
be frequency-modulated with continuously variable deviation from zero to 25 kHz. The amount of deviation is
read directly on the FM DEVIATION meter or on the Oscilloscope. A I-kHz internal modulating frequency is
provided; external modulation can also be used.
c. I.F. and Audio Signal Generation. When the I.F. FREQUENCIES selector switch is in the 0-4 MHz
position, output frequencies from 1 kHz to 3.9999 MHz can be generated in 100-Hz increments. In the 4-40 MHz
position of the switch, frequencies will be generated on a harmonic basis in I-kHz increments. The generated
signal is available at the I.F. FREQUENCIES OUTPUT connector, and the level is continuously adjustable by
means of the adjacent I.F. LEVE L control.
3.2 Front-Panel Controls
The front-panel controls, displays, and connectors are listed in Table 3-1 in a top-to-bottom order, and
are illustrated in Figure 3-1. The black control knob below the FREQUENCY meter, which is used to switch
from the signal-measurement function to the signal-generation function, is called the "function switch" in the
table and throughout the text. The six knobs in a row just below the frequency display window are used to
"dial-in" a frequency; they are referred to as the "frequency selector switches." Table 3-1 also describes the
connectors for auxiliary equipment, located on the side and back panels. Operating controls for the plug-in
units are described in the instruction books for those units.
3.3 Turn-On and Warm-Up
a. Plug the power cord into. an ac power outlet (115 volts, 50 to 400 HZ) and turn on the power by means of
the on/off switch on the SPEAKER VOLUME control.
b. Allow the CE-3 to warm up for approximately 15 minutes.*
* If the instrument has been stored at a temperature below +32
0
F, additional warm-up time may be required.
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SW7
SW8
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RI
JI SWI R2 SW2 SW3 R3 SW3 SWII J2 SW4 R4 R5 SWI2 SW5 R6 SW6 J3
SWIO
Figure 3-1. Front Panel, Front View (FP)
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Table 3-1. Operating Controls and Displays
Control or Display
FREQUENCY meter and switch
SlGNAL LEVEL light
Fundion switch:
CAL. position
FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE position
CW position
FM position
OVEN O. lig'ht
UNLOCKED light
Frequency selector switches

Function
Indicates received signal frequency error. The amount
of frequency error, and whether it is high or low with
respect to the frequency set up on the digital indicator
display, is directly indicated in kHz. The lever switch
below the meter selects the full-scale FREQUENCY
meter range.
The meter is also used to monitor the center frequency
of the signal generator output when the internal FM
modulator is being used. The meter is automatically
switched to the ± 5-kHz rang'e when the function switch
is in the FM position.
Turns on when a received signal is strong enough for
reliable measurements. The light will always be on
when the function switch is in the CAL, CW, OR FM
position. It will turn on in the FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE
position when the received signal is strong enough
to cause fuB I.F. limiting.
This position is used for zeroing the FREQUENCY
meter by means of the inner red control knob. When
the function switch is in the CAL. position, the
FREQUENCY meter range is automatically switched
to ± 1.5 kHz regardless of the position of the range
switch.
In this position the CE-3 is a receiver-monitor, and
will measure both carrier frequency and FM deviation
of an incoming signal.
In this position, the CE-3 is a signal generator. The
output signal is unmodulated, and directly calibrated
in microvolts.
In this position, the CE-3 is an FM signal generator.
The output signal is directly calibrated in microvolts.
The frequency of the generated signal is monitored by
the FREQUENCY meter, and the FM deviation is
monitored by the Oscilloscope or Deviation Meter
plug-in.
Indicates cycling of the crystal oven. The oven will
normally cycle on for approximately 5 seconds and
off for approximately 30 seconds after it has reached
its operating temperature.
When on, this Ught indicates an unlocked condition in
the Frequency Synthesizer of the CE-3.
The control knobs directly below the frequency display
window are for dialing-in the desired frequency. The
frequency display is wired so that the window lights
will flash on and off if a frequency not covered by the
CE-3 is accidentally dialed in. When this happens, the
UNLOCKED light will normally come on. By watching
the flashing display, the digit which has been incorrect­
ly dialed-in can be determined.
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Table 3-1. Operating Controls and Displays (Continued)
Control or Display
MHz/kHz/Hz lights
I.F. FREQUENCIES controls
and connector
SPEAKER VOLUME control
FM MOD. switch and connector
DEV. ADJ./FM CAL. controls
SIGNAL GEN. ATTEN. controls
and connector
Function
These lights indicate the units in which the frequency
is being displayed. For all operations described in
this book, only the MHz light will be on. However, when
a Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider is used with
the CE-3 to divide the audio output frequencies from
the I.F. generator, the decimal point and frequency
indicator lights will shift to indicate the actual output
from the Decade Frequency Divider.
I.F. signals can be generated by turning the left fre­
quency selector switch to its I.F. position. Then, with
the I.F. FREQUENCIES range switch set to 0-4 MHz,
frequencies between 1 kHz and 4 MHz can be dialed-in
on the frequency selector switches. When the I.F.
FREQUENCIES range switch is in the 4-40 MHz posi­
tion, frequencies between 4 and 40 MHz can be genera­
ted on a harmonic basis. For both ranges, the signal
appears at the I.F. FREQUENCIES OUTPUT connector,
and its level can be adjusted by the I.F. LEVEL control.
In the OFF position, removes ac power from all units
of the instrument except the crystal oven. In other
positions, supplies ac power to the instrument and
provides a means for adjusting the speaker output level.
When the function switch is in the FM position, the FM
MOD. switch selects the input to the modulator. In the
EXT. position, the switch connects the modulator input
to the ENC connector just below the switch to allow
use of external tones. in the INT. position, an internal
I-kHz oscillator is turned on to frequency-modulate
the frequency generator. The same I-kHz signal is
available at the ENC connector for use in modulating
a transmitter or repeater.
These two controls are used when the function switch
is in the FM position.
The DEV. ADJ. control sets the desired amowlt of de­
viation of the FM signal generator output. The deviation
is monitored on the Deviation Meter or Oscilloscope
plug-in. The DEV. ADJ. control also adjusts the level
of the internally generated I-kHz signal at the 1 kHz
OUT connector.
The FM CAL. control is used to adjust the center fre­
quency of the generated FM signal, as indicated on the
FREQUENCY meter. The meter range is automatically
± 5 kHz when the function switch is in the FM position.
A vernier control (0.1 to 1.0 microvolt) and a multiplier
(Xl, X10, and X100) provide calibrated RF output levelS
from 0.1 to 100 microvolts, available at the SIGNAL
GEN. OUT connector. The output level is calibrated
when using the fixed 20-db pad at the end of the RF
cable supplied with the CE-3.
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Table 3-1. Operating Controls and Displays (Continued)
Control or Display
Remote Meters connector (rear panel)
Auxiliary equipment connector
(left side of cabinet)
Function
This connector allows use of the Cushman Model 309
Remote Meters with the CE-3. The slide switch
associated with the rear-panel connector must be in
the EXT. position for use of the Remote Meters, and
in the INT. position for use of the CE -3 front-panel
meters.
NOTE
If the CE-3 panel meters do not indicate
under normal measuring conditions, the
INT .-EXT. meter switch should be
checked to make sure it is in the INT.
position.
Model 109 Remote Meters supplied with the Model
CE-2B can also be used by changing one connector
on the interconnecting cable. The external devia­
tion meter in both the Model 309 and Model 109
will function only when the Model 302 FM Deviation
Meter Plug-in is being used with the CE-3.
Provides operating voltages and signals for the
Cushman Model 107 FM Deviation Calibrator or
Model 108 Decade Frequency Divider. These were
standard accessories with the earlier Cushman FM
Communication Monitors designated Model CE-2
and CE-2B; they will also operate with the Model
CE-3.
3.4 Frequency and Deviation Measurement
This procedure will assume that the CE-3 is equipped with a Model 303 Broadband Mixer and either the
Model 301 Oscilloscope or the Model 302 Deviation Meter. Measurement of frequency and deviation using one
of the RF Preselectors will be the same except that the frequency dial on the appropriate Preselector must be
set to indicate approximately the dialed-in frequency.
a. Connect an external antenna or the telescoping antenna supplied with the instrument to the ANT. panel
connector. If the telescoping antenna is used, extend it to its full length for low band measurements, approximately
18 inches for high band measurements and minimum length for UHF measurements.
b. Turn the function switch to CAL.
c. Adjust the inner red knob (part of the function switch) for a zero (mid-scale) reading on the FREQUEN­
CY meter.
d. If the Model 301 Oscilloscope is being used, set the toggle switches for horizontal and vertical inputs to
the INT. position and adjust the VERT. POS. control so that the trace is on the zero reference line while the
deviation rang'e switch is in the ± 1.5 position. Adjust the scope INTENSITY, FOCUS, and ASTIGMATISM
controls for a sharp trace on the CRT.
e. Change the function switch to the FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE position.
f. Dial in the transmitter's assigned frequency with the six frequency selector switches.
3-5
g. Key the transmitter being monitored. The SIGNAL LEVEL light should come on. If it does not, move
the CE-3 and the transmitter closer together until the received signal is strong enough to turn on the light.
Normally, measurements can be made easily when the CE-3 is within 25 to 50 feet of the radiating antenna.*
h. Read the transmitter frequency error directly on the FREQUENCY meter. Select one of the three meter
ranges with the lever switch just below the meter.
i. Modulate the transmitter and read the FM deviation on the FM DEVIATION meter or the Oscilloscope.
Select the desired meter or scope range with the range switch on the plug-in being used. On the oscilloscope,
positive peaks appear near the top of the display, and negative peaks near the bottom. On the Deviation Meter,
the meter will indicate either positive or negative peaks, depending on the setting of the FM DEV. PEAKS switch.
If the DEVIATION PEAKS light on the Deviation Meter plug-in has been calibrated (see Section 3.8), any instan­
taneous modulation peaks which exceed the preset level can be detected. The accuracy of the FM DEVIATION
meter or Oscilloscope readings can be verified by means of the Cushman Model 107 FM Deviation Calibrator.
3.5 Using the CE-3 on "Out-of-Band" Frequencies
The CE-3 can be used to make frequency and deviation measurements as well as generate signals utilizing
second harmonics of the 450-512 MHz band. In this way measurements can be made at transmitter frequencies
between 910 and 1010 MHz. The procedure for determining the correct dialed-in frequency is as follows.
a. SUbtract 10 MHz from the required 910-1010 MHz frequency.
b. Divide the remainder by 2.
c. Dial-in the resulting quotient plus 10 MHz.
For example, assume we wish to measure a 960-MHz transmitter with the CE-3. The first step would be to sub­
tract 10 MHz from the desired chalmel, which would give us 950 MHz. This difference would then be divided by
2 and the resulting quotient would be 475 MHz. Then, adding 10 MHz, we dial-in 485 MHz on the CE-3 frequency
selector. With 485 MHz dialed in, the CE-3 will respond to a signal from a 960-MHz transmitter and the fre­
quency error and deviation indicated by the CE-3 will be the actual error and FM deviation of the transmitter
signal. Also, a 960-MHz sig'nal will be present at the SIGNAL GEN. OUT connector. Since the CE-3 is being
operated on a second harmonic, the calibration of the output signal in microvolts will not be as indicated on the
SIGNAL GEN. ATTEN. controls. The same procedure can be used utiliZing the second harmonics of the 10 and
hig'h bands of the CE-3 to make measurements between 80-120 MHz or 270-320 MHz,
3.6 CW Signal Generation
a. Set the six frequency selector switches to the desired channel frequency.
b. Place the function switch in the CW position.
c. A coaxial cable and 20-db pad are stored inside the hinged instrument front cover; connect the cable to
the panel connector marked SIGNAL GEN. OUT.
d. The desired channel frequency is now being generated. The output level can be adjusted by means of the
attenuator multiplier and vernier controls.
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Whenever a direct coaxial connection is made between the
CE-3 and a transceiver, extreme care must be taken to
a void keying the transmitter.
* When a plug-in Preselector is being used, measurements can be made at distances up to 50 miles from the
transmitter assuming the use of a proper external antenna.
3-6
3.7 FM Signal Generation
a. Set the six frequency selector switches to the desired channel frequency.
b. Place the function switch in the FM position.
c. Set the FM MOD. switch to INT. or EXT. as desired. In the INT. position the modulating frequency will
be 1 kHz; this same I-kHz signal is available at the I-kHz OUT connector for use in modulating a transmitter or
repeater. External modulation frequencies can be applied through the BNC panel connector when the switch is in
the EXT. position.
NOTE
The FREQUENCY meter will now monitor the modulator
center frequency, and the FM DEVIATION meter or Os­
cilloscope will now indicate the amount of generated
deviation.
d. Use the DEV. ADJ. and FM CAL. concentric controls to set the amount of deviation desired and to cali­
brate or zero the center frequency of the modulator, as indicated on the FREQUENCY meter.
NOTE
The FM CAL. control varies the center frequency of the
FM signal and allows testing of receivers for absolute
"on-channel" alignment and maximum sensitivity. The
deviation range of the plug-in Deviation Meter or Oscil­
loscope can be selected by means of a switch on the front
panel of each plug-in; but the FREQUENCY meter is auto­
matically on the ± 5-kHz range when the function switch is
in the FM position, and it cannot be changed by the meter
range switch.
e. Steps c and d of Section 3.6 and the caution note in that section also apply to FM signal generation.
3.8 DEVIATION PEAKS Light Calibration Adjustment
The DEVIATION PEAKS light on the Deviation Meter plug-in can be made to flash when the absolute peak
deviation exceeds a preset limit. To establish this limit and adjust the SET control, tile internal FM signal
generator is used.
a. Follow the procedure outlined in Steps a through e of Section 3.7, and adjust the DEV. ADJ. control for
the desired FM deviation trigger limit. The FM MOD. switch must be in the INT. position.
b. Turn the SET control to its maximum counterclockwise position. The DEVIATION PEAKS light should
turn on.
c. Slowly rotate the SET control clockwise until the light just goes out. The trigger level for the light is
now set at the deviation level being internally generated by the CE-3.
d. Rotate the function switch to the FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE position, and use the CE-3 in the normal way
for measuring frequency and deviation. The calibration of the DEVIATION PEAKS light is not affected by chang­
ing the frequency selector to a different channel. The + or - peaks being monitored are indicated by the position
of the FM DEV. PEAKS switch.
3-7
3.9 Audio/LF. Signal Generation
a. Rotate the left frequency selector control knob to the extreme clockwise position so that LF. is indicated
in the display window. If the frequency display window light flashes on and off, this indicates a dialed-in frequen­
cy out of the normal LF. ranges.
b. Set the LF. FREQUENCIES range switch to either 0-4 or 4-40 MHz, as desired.
c. Dial-in the desired LF. or audio frequency. (Audio frequencies below 1 kHz can be generated; however,
the indicated output frequency will have a slight amount of residual FM.)
d. The generated signal is available at the front-panel LF. FREQUENCIES OUTPUT connector. Its level
can be varied with the LF. LEVEL control.
e. The basic output frequency range is always 0-4 MHz, variable in 100-Hz steps. When the switch is
placed in the 4-40 MHz position, harmonics of the basic frequency are available at the LF. FREQUENCIES OUT­
PUT connector. However, the predominant signal frequency will be one-tenth the indicated frequency.
3.10 Generation of Frequencies Below 100 Hz
Frequencies below 100 Hz for reed-relay selectors and other uses can be generated by using a Cushman
Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider in conjunction with the CE-3, as described in Section 1.4.
3-8
SECTION 4
CIRCUIT DESCRIPTION
4.1 General (Refer to Figure 4-1)
The Model CE-3 Communications Monitor is essentially a highly specialized VHF/UHF superheterodyne
receiver. The RF signal whose frequency is to be measured is applied through the front-panel ANT ./RF IN
connector to the broadband mixer or one of the three preselectors whichever is plugged into the CE-3, and is
then mixed with a local-oscillator signal from the frequency synthesizer. The LO frequency is selected by the
six frequency selector knobs on the front panel, and is automatically displaced exactly 10 MHz from the frequency
indicated by the illuminated numbers associated with the knobs. Thus, if the frequency of the monitored signal is
exactly equal to the frequency indicated on the frequency selector knobs, the output of the mixer will be exactly
10 MHz.
After amplification, the la-MHz signal is heterodyned in a second mixer with a fixed-frequency 9.9-MHz
signal derived from the Synthesizer to produce a lOa-kHz signal, which is amplified and applied to a disc.rimi­
nator (frequency-error detector) circuit. The squelch detector in the Broadband Mixer or Preselector rectifies
the I.F. signal, and feeds the resulting dc voltage to the signal level detector on the 2nd I.F. and Discriminator
board. When the I.F. signal exceeds a preset level, the signal level detector lights the front-panel SIGNAL
LEVE L lamp and turns on the frequency-error detector. The frequency-error detector is adjusted to give a
zero indication on the FREQUENCY meter when the input to the detector is exactly 100 kHz. If the frequency of
the monitored signal is above or below the frequency set on the frequency selector knobs, the input to the
frequency-error detector will be above or below 100 kHz; and the detector output will cause the FREQUENCY
meter to deflect toward the + or - side, indicating the direction and amount of frequency error.
If the monitored signal is frequency modulated, the modulation will be present in the output of the frequency­
error detector. This modulation is amplified and fed to either the Model 302 Deviation Meter circuit or to the
Model 301 Oscilloscope eircuit, whichever is plugged in. If the Model 302 is plugged in, its FM DEVIATION
meter will indicate the peak deviation of the FM signal. The output of the deviation meter circuit is also fed to
a front-panel SCOPE connector; an oscilloscope connected to this output enables the operator to observe the
modulation on the monitored signal. In addition, a built-in speaker fed from the discriminator permits aural
monitoring of the signal.
If the Model 301 Oscilloscope, rather than the Model 302 Deviation Meter, is plugged in, the amount of peak­
to-peak frequency deviation can be read directly on the oscilloscope.
The Model CE-3 Monitor can also be used to generate a CWOI' FM signal. The frequency of the generated
signal is setup by means of the frequency selector knobs, and is indicated by the illuminated readout immediately
above the knobs. For CW signal generation, a la-MHz signal from the frequency synthesizer is heterodyned in
the signal generator mixer with a frequency offset 10 MHz from that selected by the frequency selector knobs to
produce an output signal whose frequency is that indicated by the illuminated readout. For FM signal generation,
a la-MHz FM signal is generated internally and applied to the signal generator mixer to produce an FM output
signal whose frequency is that indicated by the readouts; this signal can be modulated by a I-kHz signal from the
frequency synthesizer, or by an external audio signal fed in through the front-panel EXT MOD IN/I KHZ OUT
connector. In either case, the amount of FM deviation is adjustable by the front-panel DEV. ADJ. control, and
is read on the FM DEVIATION meter or Model 301 oscilloscope in the same way as when monitorong an incoming
RF signal. When the front-panel FM MOD. switch is in the !NT position, the I-kHz signal from the Synthesizer
is delivered to the EXT MOD IN/I KHZ OUT connector for external use and the DEV. ADJ. control will vary the
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In addition to its RF outputs, the Synthesizer generates audio and LF. outputs which are available at the
front-panel LF. FREQUENCIES OUTPUT connector. The amplitude of this output signal is adjustable by the
front-panel LF. LEVEL control. The output frequency is adjustable by means of the frequency selector knobs,
and a selector switch permits a choice between a fundamental frequency range of 1 kHz to 4 MHz or a harmonic
range of 4 to 40 MHz.
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4.2 Frequency Synthesizer
The principal functions of the Frequency Synthesizer are to produce a variable La signal for the receiver's
1st mixer and the Signal Generator Mixer, and a fixed 9.9-MHz La signal for the receiver's 2nd mixer (see
Figure 4-1). These La frequencies are very precisely generated in order to achieve the Monitor's rated accu­
racy. The variable La frequencies are chosen by the front-panel frequency selector knobs, as described in
Section 4.1.
The Frequency Synthesizer also supplies a 10-MHz input to the Signal Generator Mixer, a I-kHz input to the
Modulator, and a variable frequency in the range of 0 to 4 MHz to the front-panel LF. FREQUENCIES OUTPUT
connector.
All of the Synthesizer frequencies are derived from a 3-MHz Master Oscillator whose frequency is deter­
mined by a precision crystal maintained at a constant temperature in a thermostatically controlled oven. As
shown in the Synthesizer block diagram, Figure 4-2, the master-oscillator frequency is divided by 3 to obtain a
basic I-MHz frequency.
Although the Master Oscillator is the circuit which establishes the frequency accuracy of the Synthesizer,
the variable-frequency output signals are actually generated by a Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (VCO), which is
phase-locked with the Master Oscillator. The required VCO frequenCies corresponding to the frequency selector
knob settings are given in Table 4-1. For example, if the dialed-in frequency were 123.456 MHz, the required
VCO frequency would be 6.3456 MHz. The VCO is set up to within 100 kHz of its required frequency by the first
three frequency selector switches; in the example above, the first three frequency selector switches would adjust
the VCO to a frequency within the range of 6.3000 to 6.4000 MHz. The VCO is set exactly on the required fre­
quency by sampling the VCO output 100 Hz and comparing its frequency with a 100 Hz signal derived from the
precision Master Oscillator; any difference in these frequencies produces a correction voltage which is applied
to the Varicap in the VCO, causing the Varicap to tune the VCO over a 100-kHz range until the frequency differ­
ence is zero. The way in which this is done is described in the following paragraphs, and in more detail in the
sections dealing with the VCO (Section 4.2.3), the ~ N Counter (Section 4.2.4), the Sample and Hold Circuits
(Section 4.2.5), and the Phase Detector (Section 4.2.2).
The VCO output is fed into a ~ N Counter, which is programed by the frequency selector knobs (2nd digit
through the 6th digit) to produce a reset pulse every time the Counter reaches the total count represented by the
digits of the required VCO frequency. For example, using the frequencies of the preceding paragraph, the -;- N
Counter would produce a reset pulse every time it counted 63,456 input pulses. Since the input to the Counter
in this example is 6.3456 MHz (assuming the VCO is exactly on frequency), there would be 6,345,600 pulses per
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2. The last 4 digits of the VCO, the Balanced Mixer, and the variable UHF Matrix frequencies are the
same·as the last 4 digits of the "dialed-in" frequency.
second applied to the Counter, causing it to reset after 63,456 input pulses are counted for a 100 Hz output. The
relationship between VCO frequency and knob settings of the -:- N Counter is as following:
Actual VCO Frequency (in Hz) = Counter Setting x 100
The Counter reset pulses are applied through a delay network to one input of a Phase Detector; the other
input is a precise 100-Hz signal produced from the basic I-MHz signal by the Reference Divider. The Phase
Detector consists of a R. S. Flip-Flop which is switched high by a pulse from the Reference Divider and switched
low again by the next pulse from the -:- N Counter. Thus, the width of the waveform out of the Phase Detector is
determined by the phase differential between the two input pulses. The Phase Detector drives a ramp generator
which produces an output whose amplitude is proportional to the width of the Phase Detector output waveform.
This amplitude is sampled once every 10 m sec. If the VCO frequency is exactly in phase with the reference
frequency, the sampled voltage will be constant and of the correct value to hold the VCO on frequency; if the
VCO is out of phase with the reference frequency, the sampled voltage will cause a correction voltage to be
applied to the VCO to bring it back into phase lock.
The VCO output is fed to the Balanced Mixer, where it is added to either 40 MHz or 42 MHz, depending on
the setting of the 1st-digit frequency selector knob (see Table 4-1). The resulting signal, in the range of 46.0 to
50.2 MHz, is multiplied by 10, filtered, and applied to the UHF Matrix. A 330-MHz signal and a 430-MHz signal
are also applied to the Matrix in certain positions of the 1st-digit switch (see Figure 4-2 and Table 4-1). The
UHF Matrix is simply a diode switching network; the 460-502 MHz signal is always fed through it, but the 330­
MHz and 430-MHz signals are fed through only when the 1st-digit switch applies a forward bias to the appropriate
diode. (For simplicity, Figure 4-2 shows the 1st-digit switch in the RF signal line.) The output of the Frequency
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Synthesizer, then, is a signal in the range of 460-502 MHz in all positions of the 1st-digit switch, plus a 430­
MHz signal when the 1st-digit switch is in position 0 or a 330-MHz signal when the 1st-digit switch is in position
1. In the Broadband Mixer or Preselector, these frequencies are combined with the received signal to produce
a 10-MHz LF., as described in the Model 303, 304, 305, and 306 manuals. In the CAL., CW, and FM modes of
operation, the Frequency Synthesizer outputs are combined with a fixed 10-MHz signal in the Signal Generator
Mixer to generate the dialed-in frequency.
When the 1st-digit frequency selector switch is in the LF. position, the 46-50 MHz output of the Balanced
Mixer is combined in a difference mixer with a fixed 46-MHz signal to produce the 0-4 MHz I.F. output. Table
4-2 gives the frequency relationships involved.
Table 4-2. Frequencies Involved in LF. Signal Generation
Frequency Selector
Setting
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Balanced Mixer
Output (MHz)
0-4 MHz Mixer
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2.0000 - 2.9999 8.0000 - 8.9999 48.0000 - 48.9999 2.0000 - 2.9999
3.0000 - 3.9999
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Notes: 1. 1st-digit frequency selector knob is on "I.F."
2. Fixed-frequency input to Balanced Mixer is always 40 MHz for I.F. signal generation.
Most of the mixing frequencies used in the Synthesizer are produced by applying either the 3-MHz output of
the Master Oscillator or the I-MHz basic frequency to harmonic generators, and filtering the output of these
generators to obtain the desired frequency. The 10-MHz output for the CW and CAL. functions and the 9.9-MHz
output for the receiver's 2nd mixer are obtained in the same way. To derive the 43-MHz and 46-MHz mixing
signals, the 3-MHz output of the Master Oscillator is applied to a mixer, the other input of which is 40 MHz.
The fundamental of the 3-MHz input adds to the 40-MHz signal to produce the 43-MHz output, and the second
harmonic of the 3-MHz input adds to the 40-MHz signal to produce the 46-MHz output.
4.2.1 Master Oscillator, Divider, and Filters (CH-A17). The master oscillator generates the signal from which
all the Synthesizer frequencies are derived. This board, CH-A17, provides the following outputs:
a. A I-MHz signal for the Reference Divider.
b. A 3-MHz sine-wave signal for the 43-MHz/46-MHz mixer.
c. A 3-MHz pulse signal for the 33-MHz and 42-MHz Harmonic Generators.
d. A 10-MHz signal for calibrating the discriminator and CW signal generation.
e. A 20-MHz signal for the 40-MHz doubler.
As shown in the schematic diagram, Figure 6-1, Ql is the crystal oscillator. The 3-MHz crystal, which is
mounted in an oven separate from Board CH-A17, is in the base circuit of Ql, which is a modified Pierce oscil­
lator. The output is fed through untuned isolation amplifier Q2 to IC2, and also to pin 4 of the board connector
as the 3-MHz sine-wave output of the board. IC2 is a pulse-shaping circuit, which changes the 3-MHz sine wave
to a square wave.
The 3-MHz pulse output of IC2 is fed to pin 7 of the board connector as the 3-MHz pulse output of the board;
it is also applied to the input of IC 1, which is a pair of JK flip-flops connected as a counter. The interconnections
are such that the second flip-Hop produces one output pulse for every three input pulses to the first flip-flop, thus
dividing the 3-MHz input to 1 MHz. The I-MHz signal is fed through wave-shaping circuit IC3 to the 10-MHz and
4-6
20-MHz filters; the l-MHz signal is also fed through pin 13 of the board connector to the Reference Divider on
Board CH-A9.
Transistor stages Q3, Q5, Q7, Q8 and Q9 constitute an active filter tuned to 20 MHz. Stages Q8 and Q9 make
up a similar filter tuned to 10 MHz.
4.2.2 Reference Divider and Phase Detector (CH-A9). This board contains a Reference Divider to divide the
I-MHz basic frequency down to 100 kHz, 1 kHz, and 100 HZ; and a Phase Detector to compare the IOO-Hz signal
from the -:- N Counter with the precise 100-Hz signal. from the Reference Divider, and to produce an output pulse
whose width depends on the phase difference between the two input signals.
The Reference Divider circuit is shown at the top of the board schematic diagram, Figure 6-2. The I-MHz
signal from the -:- 3 circuit on the Master Oscillator board is applied to an integrated-circuit decade counter,
ICI. The 100-kHz output of ICI is fed through buffer IC9 to pin 4 of the output connector; this signal is also
applied through buffer amplifier IC3 to the second decade counter, IC5. The resulting IO-kHz output of IC5 is
applied to decade counter IC7 to produce a I-kHz signal. This I-kHz signal is fed through one NAND gate of
IC 10, which acts as a buffer amplifier, to pin 9 of the output connector; it also drives the fourth decade counter,
IC8. The IOO-Hz output of IC8, after being shaped in ICIO, appears as the "set" input to the Phase Detector flip­
flop, IC2.
The Phase Detector circuit is shown on the bottom half of Figure 6-2. Pulses with a PRF of 100 Hz from
the Reference Divider are applied to "set" terminal 6 of flip-flop IC2; pulses with a PRF of 100 Hz from the
-:- N Counter are applied to "reset" terminal 5 of the flip-flop. A Reference Divider pulse turns the flip-flop on,
and the next -:- N Counter pulse turns it off. The width of the flip-flop output waveform at terminal 11 is con­
stant and of the right magnitude to hold the VCO on frequency only when the two input pulses are in phase. This
output of the flip-flop (the Q output) is fed through one of the NAND gates of IC4, acting as a buffer stage, to the
Sample and Hold circuit through pin 11 of the output connector.
4.2.3 Voltage-Controlled Oscillator (CH-A2I). The VCO produces a signal in the range of 6 to 10 MHz; its exact
frequency is related to the settings of the frequency selector switches in accordance with Table 4-1. The VCO
is phase-locked with the Master Oscillator so that its output frequency is as accurate as that of the Master
Oscillator.
As shown in the block diagram, Figure 4-3, four separate tank circuits are used with oscillator Q, which is
tuned by Varicap CR2 in parallel with a capacitance selected by the 3rd-digit frequency selector switch. The tank
circuit to be used is turned on by the 1st-digit and 2nd-digit frequency selector switches in combination, as
shown by the table of Figure 4-3. The 3rd-digit switch selects a capacitance to tune the oscillator to within 100
kHz of the required frequency; thus, if the required VCO frequency is 6.3456 MHz (6345.6 kHZ), the capacitance
selected by the 3rd-digit switch would tune tank circuit 6-7 MHz to a frequency between 6300 and 6400 kHz. Fur­
ther tuning within this IOO-kHz range is done by a dc error signal applied to the Varicap from the Sample and
Hold circuit.
The oscillator output is fed through emitter follower Q3 to the Balanced Mixer. The phase-inverted signal
at the collector of Q3 is fed through emitter follower Q2 to the 7- N Counter.
Figure 6-3 is the schematic diagram of the VCO. The oscillator, QI is a Colpitts-type. The tuned circuits
consist of a variable inductor in parallel with fixed capacitors. In addition, the operating oscillator has a pair of
capacitors (one fixed and one trimmer) selected by the 3rd-digit switch plus the Varicap with its trimmer added
in parallel with the tank circuit. A tuned circuit is turned on by a ground from the combined 1st-digit and 2nd­
digit switches; the ground closes the diode switches in the tank circuits.
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4-8
4.2.4 -:- N Counter (CH-A12, CH-A13, and CH-All)
4.2.4.1 Overall Operation. The -:- N Counter must produce an output pulse every time it reaches the total count
preset by the digits of the required VCO frequency. Figures 6-4, 6-5, and 6-6 are the schematic diagrams
and Figure 4-4 is the block diagram of the -:- N Counter. Each decade counter is originally set by the frequency
selector switches to a count equal to 9 minus the corresponding number for that decade in the required VCO
frequency.* Thus, for a required VCO frequency of 6.8765 MHz, the decades would be originally set as follows:
Decade 1 9 5 4
Decade 2 9 - 6 - 3
Decade 3 9 - 7 2
Decade 4 9 - 8
Decade 5 9 6 3
The way in which this is done is explained in Section 4.2.4.4.
The sine-wave output of the VCO is applied to the clock pulse-forming circuit, which produces a square wave
synchronized with the VCO frequency. This square wave is applied to the 1st decade; since this decade (in our
example) has been set to an initial count of 4, the first clock pulse would advance it to a count of 5. After the
5th input pulse, the first decade would be in binary state 9 (see Table 4-3). The next clock pulse, the 6th from
the start, would cause Decade 1 to reset to 0 and at the same time would trigger Decade 2. Decade 2 had pre­
viously been reset to binary state 3; when the first trigger arrives, Decade 2 advances to binary state 4. This
procedure is repeated until all decades except Decade 1 reach binary state 9, and until Decade 1 reaches binary
state 8. At this point, a total of N-1 clock pulses have been counted (where N is the number of counts for which
the -:- N Counter has been set).
In binary state 9, a decade's A and D outputs are high; and this is the only binary state in which these two
are high. Also, just before reaching binary state 8, AI' B1' and C
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all inputs to the multi-AND gate are high. This sets up a flip-flop in the reset pulse-forming circuit. When the
8th clock pulse falls, the reset flip-flop is triggered and produces a reset pulse, resetting all decades to their
original condition. When the next clock pulse arrives (total count =N), all decades are being reset; so no count
occurs. On the following clock pulse, the first count of the new counting cycle starts.
The reset pulse has two functions: to reset all decades to their original conditions, and to appear as the
output of the -:- N Counter. Table 4-3 shows the binary state resulting from each clock pulse for an example in
which the required VCO frequency is 6.8765 MHz.
4.2.4.2 Decade Operation. As shown in Figure 4-4, the -:- N Counter comprises five decade counters. Each
decade counts up to binary state 9, then is reset to binary state 0 and triggers the next decade, then starts
counting again at binary state 1. Each decade is preset to a particular binary state, as mentioned in Section
4.2.4.1; the process by which they are preset is described in Section 4.2.4.4. Since the operation of the first
four decades is essentially the same, only one will be discussed here.
* The decades are actually preset by the first reset pulse produced by the -:- N Counter, and are reset to the
preset number by each succeeding reset pulse.
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Decade 3 counts 7 Decade 2 pulses, triggers Decade 4, counts 1000, triggers, etc.
Decade 4 counts 8 Decade 3 pulses, triggers Decade 5, counts 10,000, triggers, etc.
Decade 5 counts 6 Decade 4 pulses to binary state 9.
Decade 4 counts to binary state 9.
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EXAMPLES OF BINARY STATES
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Figure 4-5 is a block diagram and timing diagram of a typical decade. The decade consists of four J-K
flip-flops and a pair of NAND gates, as shown. The J -K flip-flops operate as follows:
a. Q is one of two outputs.
b. Q is the other output; it is 1 when Q is 0, and is 0 when Q is 1.
c. T is the toggle input; the falling edge of the input pulse at T, under control of J and K, causes the
flip-flop to change states.
d. J is the control input for Q; when J is 1 or floating, Q can switch to 1.
e. K is the control input for Q; when K is 1 or floating, Q can switch to 1.
f. S (set) is a direct input, independent of the toggle; when low, it sets Q to 1.
g. R (reset) is a direct input, independent of the toggle; when low, it sets Q to 1 directly and resets Q to O.
The NAND gates operate as follows:
a. When both inputs are 1, output is O.
b. When either or both inputs are 0, output is 1.
For this discussion of decade operation, assume that the decade has been reset to binary state 0, so that
all flip-flops are at binary low (0). J of A will be 1; so when the input to T of flip-flop A falls, Q of A switches
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to 1. K of A is also 1; so when the second pulse at T of A falls, Q of A rises to 1, forcing Q of A to O. When
Q of A drops to 0, it provides a toggle to flip-flop B. J of B is 1 because flip-flop D was reset to 0 as an initial
condition, making Q of D (and hence J of B) 1; therefore Q of B will change state to 1 when B is toggled.
On the third input, flip-flop A is again toggled high. On the fourth input, Q of A drops, causing flip-flop B to
change states. The falling pulse from Q of B causes Q of C to become 1. The flip-flops operate as shown in the
timing diagram through the 6th input.
Before the 6th input, Q of Band Q of C have not been high at the same time. Thus, the output of the first
NAND gate has been 1, and the output of the 2nd NAND gate (a simple inverter) has been O. Therefore, J of D
has been 0, and flip-flop D has not been able to switch states. After the 6th input, however, Q of Band Q of C
are both 1, making J of D high; so the next time Q of A falls, which is after the 8th input, Q of D goes to 1. Then,
on the 10th input, when Q of A falls, D is toggled back to O. Flip-flop B would normally be toggled by flip-flop A
to 1 on the 10th input; however, when flip-flop D goes to 1 on the 8th input, Q of D goes to 0, and this places a 0
on J of B, preventing B from toggling.
All flip-flops are now reset to 0 and ready to begin a new count to 10. Note that the reset within the decade
itself always resets the decade to binary state O. The reset pulse from the output of the 7 N Counter resets
each decade to a preset count, as explained in Section 4.2.4.1.
When flip-flop D goes to 1 in binary state 8, it drives J and K of the first flip-flop in the next decade to 1.
Then, when Q of A falls to 0, it triggers the first flip-flop in the next decade. Thus, when a decade goes from
binary state 9 to binary state 0, it triggers the next decade.
4.2.4.3 Reset Pulse-Forming Operation. The reset pulse-forming circuit must generate a pulse when Decades
2 through 5 are in binary state 9 and Decade 1 reaches binary state 8. In Figure 4-5 it is seen that the A and D
outputs of Decades 2 through 5 are 1 in binary state 9; these outputs are fed to a multi-AND circuit. As seen in
Figure 4-6, this multi-AND consists of four NAND gates plus the AND gate at the J input of the reset flip-flop.
Outputs A, B, and C of Decade 1 are high in binary state 7; so when Decades 2 through 5 are in binary state 9
and Decade 1 is in binary state 7, all inputs to J of the reset flip-flop are high. K of the reset flip-flop is held
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4-14
high by the applied positive voltage. Q of the reset flip-flop is high, having been set to that level by the preced­
ing reset operation; therefore, Q is low. Under these conditions, the next (8th) clock pulse toggles Q to 1, forcing
Q to O.
As shown in Figure 4-6, Q of the reset flip-,flop feeds a pair of power gates; when Q goes to 0, the power­
gate outputs go to 1. This is the reset pulse.
4.2.4.4 Decade Preset Operation. As stated in Section 4.2.4.1, each decade must be reset by the -:- N Counter
reset pulse to a binary state which is 9 minus the corresponding number for that decade in the required VCO
frequency.
Figure 4-7 illustrates the resetting operation for Decades 1 through 4. Consider the operation of flip-flop
A in Decade 1. The Sand R inputs to the flip-flop come from a pair of NAND gates. One input of each NAND
gate is driven by the reset circuit; these two inputs will be 1 during the reset pulse. The other input to the
NAND gates comes from one deck of the 6th-digit switch; this input will be either 0 (ground) or 1, depending on
the switch position. The pair of NAND gates are interconnected so that when the switch input is 0, the S input of
the flip-flop will be 0 and the R input will be 1; and also when the switch input is 1, S will be 1 and R will be O.
Thus the output (terminal Q) of the flip-flop is positively determined during reset by the switch position. The
table in Figure 4-7 gives the Q output of flip-flop A for each position of the 6th-digit switch.
The other three flip-flops of Decade 1 are reset in a similar way, the only difference being in the switch
inputs. The table of Figure 4-7 shows the output of each flip-flop in Decade 1 for each position of the 6th-digit
switch, and the resulting binary state of the decade. For the example of Table 4-3, in which the 6th-digit switch
is set on 5 and a preset binary state of 4 is required, it can be seen from the table of Figure 4-7 that flip-flops
A through D will have outputs of 0, 0, 1, and 0, respectively, corresponding to a binary state of 4.
The discussion so far has been on Decade 1, but Decades 2, 3, and 4 are reset in the same way according to
the positions of the 5th-digit, 4th-digit, and 3rd-digit switches, respectively. The tabulation of Figure 4-7 is
valid {or all of these decades.
Decade 5 requires a slightly different reset circuit because the first number in the VCO frequency is not
determined by a single frequency selector switch; rather, it depends on the setting of both the 1st-digit and
2nd-digit frequency selector switches.
As shown by Table 4-1, the first number of the VCO frequency must be 6, 7, 8, or 9. Thus, the 5th decade
must be preset to binary state 3, 2, 1, or O. The binary representations of these preset states are 0011, 0010,
0001,0000, respectively. From this, it can be seen that flip-flops D and C will always be preset to 0, and that
flip-flops A and B must be preset as follows:
First Number Required 5th Decade
of VCO Freq. Preset State Flip-Flop A Flip-Flop B
6 3 1 1
7 2 0 1
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Figure 4-8 is a block diagram of the Decade 5 reset circuit. The switching voltages coming in through
terminals U, V, and Ware 0 (ground) when the first number of the VCO frequency is 6, 7, and 8, respectively;
the table in Figure 4-8 shows the combination of 1st-digit and 2nd-digit switch positions that produce these
grounds.
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4.2.5 Sample and Hold Circuits (CH - A 10). The Sample and Hold Circuits develop a dc error voltage for the
VCO which is proportional to the phase difference between the output of the -:- N Counter and a precise 100-Hz
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Figure 4-9 is a simplified block diagram of the Sample and Hold Circuits. As described in Section 4.2.4,
a pulse from the Reference Divider turns on the Phase Detector flip-flop; this is shown on lines 1 and 2 of the
timing diagram at the bottom of Figure 4-9. The output of the Phase Detector is applied to a ramp generator on
the Sample and Hold board. The output of the ramp generator is a waveform with a constant slope (line 3 of the
timing diagram). When a pulse is received from the '-:- N Counter (line 4) it switches on the first Sample and
Hold Circuit for the duration of the -:- N Counter pulse. Capacitor C12 charges to the ramp voltage, which is
continuing to decrease; so the voltage on C12 has the shape shown on line 5 of the timing diagram. Although the
voltage on C12 varies as shown, between sampling periods the capacitor stays charged to the voltage present at
the end of the preceding sampling period. Thus, the dc level on C12 depends on the phase difference between the
Reference Divider pulses and the -:- N Counter pulses.
The pulse from the -:- N Counter is delayed 500 microseconds by a circuit on the Sample and Hold board,
and is then fed to the Phase Detector flip-flop to turn it off.
The voltage on C12 is not suitable for controlling the VCO because of the ripple produced on it during' the
sampling process. Therefore, a second Sample and Hold Circuit, turned on by the delayed -:- N Counter pulse,
samples the voltage on C12 immediately after the first sampling period, and places this voltage on capacitor C13.
Since the voltage sampled is constant (in case there is no phase error) or slowly changing (in case of a phase
error), the voltage on C13 will not contain a ripple. This voltage is applied to a high-impedance level detector,
Q9, which feeds an input to dc amplifier IC4 that is proportional to the voltage on C13. IC4 is an operational
amplifier whose output is directly proportional to its input. The output of IC4 is the dc error voltage for the
VCO.
The ramp generator consists of stages Ql through Q4 (see the schematic diagram, Figure 6-7). The rec­
tangular waveform from the Phase Detector flip-flop is inverted and amplified by Ql and applied to the bootstrap
timing' circuit consisting of Q2, Q3, and Q4. The resulting linear sawtooth at the emitter of Q4 is fed to the drain
of field-effect transistor Q5. When the positive pulse from the -:-N Counter is applied through amplifiers Q7 and
Q6 to the gate of Q5, Q5 is turned on and feeds the sawtooth to capacitor C12. A similar circuit, consisting of
Q8, QI0, and Qll, performs the second sampling operation. Q9 is a metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) field­
effect transistor, which presents a very high shunt resistance across capacitor C13 so that the charge on C13
will not leak off appreciably between sampling periods. The output of Q9 is fed through integrated-circuit
operational amplifier IC4, which has a fixed gain of 2.1, to pin Y of the output connector.
The lower half of Figure 6-7 is the 500-microsecond delay circuit. ICI is a one-shot multivibrator. When
it is triggered J;ly the leading edge of the -:- N Counter pulse, it produces an output voltage at terminal 6 for a
period of 500 microseconds. This rectangular waveform is inverted by Q8, and the trailing' edge used to trigger
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through buffer stage IC3 to the second Sample and Hold Circuit, and also to the Phase Detector through pin 19
of the output connector.
4.2.6 40-MHz, 43-MHz, and 46-MHz Filters (CH-AI8). As shown in the Frequency Synthesizer block diagram,
Figure 4-2, this board converts 20-MHz and 3-MHz frequencies from the Master Oscillator board into 40, 43,
and 46 MHz. The frequency of the 20-MHz signal from the Master Oscillator board is doubled to 40-MHz by Ql,
and fed through isolation amplifier Q2 to pin 15 of the output connector (see schematic diagram, Figure 6-8).
The dc power to Q2 is turned on by the Ist- digit frequency selector switch in the 0, 1, 4, and LF. positions,
since 40 MHz is required by the Balanced Mixer for those ranges.
The 40-MHz output of Q1 is also fed through amplifier Q3 to mixer CR2/CR3, where it is combined with a
3-MHz signal from the Master Oscillator. The output of the mixer contains both 43 MHz and 46 MHz. The
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applied to this filter only when the 1st-digit frequency selector switch is in position O.
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filter is turned on in the LF. position of the 1st-digit switch.
4.2.7 33-MHz and 42-MHz Filters (CH-A16). This board develops 33-MHz and 42-MHz outputs from a 3-MHz
input. As shown in the schematic diagram, Figure 6-9, the 3-MHz pulse signal from the Master Oscillator is
passed through pulse shaper IC2 to obtain narrow pulses, which are then applied to the inputs of two similar
tuned filters. The 42-MHz filter, Q1 through Q4, is turned on by the 1st - digit frequency selector switch in
position 5 only. The 33-MHz filter, Q5 through Q8, is activated in position 1 only.
4.2.8 Balanced Mixer (CH-A15). The Balanced Mixer adds either 40 or 42 MHz to the VCO frequency to produce
the required output (see Table 4-1). Both the 40-MHz and 42-MHz inputs are brought in through pin 2 of the
board connector; only one source will be activated at a time, as described in Sections 4.2.6 and 4.2.7. The 40­
l\1Hz or 42-MHz signal is fed through tuned amplifier Q2 to the primary of mixer transformer T1.
The VCO signal is brought in through pin 11 of the board connector (Figure 6-10) and amplified by integrated­
circuit amplifier IC 1. The gain of this amplifier is automatically controlled by a dc signal from a level detector
on the input of the 46.0-50.2 X10 Multiplier. This dc signal is amplified by integrated amplifier IC2 and applied
to pin 1 of IC 1. The output of IC 1 is fed through emitter follower Q1 and a low-pass filter to transformer T2 in
the balanced mixer. The output of the balanced mixer passes through the broadband filter, Q3 and Q4, to pin 21
of the board connector, and an attenuated output is delivered to pin 18 of the connector. The filter is tuned so
that it passes only the mixer products in the range of 46.0 to 50.2 MHz.
4.2.9 X10 Multipliers (CH-A2,CH-A3, CH-A4). Figure 6-11 is the schematic diagram of the X10 Multiplier for
the 46.0-50.2 MHz input. The signal from the Balanced Mixer is applied to the primary of transformer T1. A
pair of diodes (CR2 and CR3) connected as a full-wave rectifier in the transformer secondary circuit produce an
output with a strong second-harmonic content. After three stages of tuned amplification, the signal is applied to
snap diode CR4, a nonlinear device whose very fast turnoff characteristic makes it an efficient harmonic gener­
ator. The input signal is also rectified by CR1 to produce a dc voltage proportional to the amplitude of the in­
coming signal. This dc voltage is fed back to the Balanced Mixer board to control the gain of the VCO amplifier,
as described in Section 4.2.8.
The X10 Multipliers for the 330-MHz and 430-MHz signals are almost the same, the oniy difference being in
the value of a few components (see Figures 6-12 and 6-13). Both of these Multipliers are also very similar to
the 46.0-50.2 MHz X10 Multiplier, the chief differences being that the full-wave frequency-doubling circuit and
the signal level detector are not used in the 330-MHz and 430-MHz Multipliers.
4.2.10 UHF Matrix (CH-A1). As shown in the Frequency Synthesizer block diagram, Figure 4-2, and in Table
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20-80 MHz range, the 1st-digit frequency selector switch in the 0 position applies -12 volts to the cathode of CR1,
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switch is in position 1, it forward-biases CR2, thus switching in the 330-MHz signal. Actual mixing of the signals
takes place in the Signal Generator Mixer and in the Broadband Mixer or Preselector, whichever is plugged into
the CE-3.
4.2.11 0-4 MHz Mixer and 9.9-MHz Mixer (CH-A8). The 46.0-50.2 MHz signal from the Balanced Mixer is
mixed on this board with a 46-MHz signal from the 46-MHz filter to produce a difference-frequency output in the
I.F. range. As shown at the top of the schematic diagram, Figure 6-15, the 46-MHz signal is fed through tuned
common-base amplifier Q1 and transformer T1 to mixer CR1/CR2. The variable frequency from the Balanced
Mixer is brought in to the center tap of the T 1 secondary. The resultant difference frequency, in the range of
0-4 MHz, is amplified by Q2 and Q3 and delivered through emitter follower Q4 to pin 10 of the board connector.
When the front-panel I.F. FREQUENCIES switch is turned to the 4-40 MHz position, a diode half-wave rectifier
is inserted in series with the I.F. output to provide harmonic operation.
The circuit at the bottom of Figure 6-15 is the 9.9-MHz harmonic generator and filter. The 100-kHz signal
from the Reference Divider is brought in at pin 21 of the board connector. Common-base amplifiers Q5 through
Q8 are tuned to the 33rd harmonic of the input frequency, and the 3.3-MHz output of Q8 is tripled in Q9 to give
the required 9.9-MHz output at connector pin S.
4.3 Second I.F. and Discriminator Circuits (CH-A20)
These circuits can be conveniently divided functionally as follows:
a. Second-mixer circuits, which amplify the 10-MHz I.F. signal from the Broadband Mixer or Preselector,
amplify the 9.9-MHz signal from the Synthesizer, and then mix them to produce a second I.F. which is nominally
100 kHz.
b. A discriminator or frequency-error detector, which delivers a voltage to the FREQUENCY meter when
the second I.F. is not exactly 100 kHz.
c. Audio circuits, which extract the modulation from the 100-kHz signal and deliver it to the speaker
circuits and to either the Model 302 Deviation Meter or the Model 301 Oscilloscope.
d. A signal-level detector, which disables the frequency-error detector until a sufficiently strong signal is
received by the CE-3, and then turns on both the frequency-error detector and the SIGNAL LEVEL lamp when
the signal level is high enough for satisfactory measurement.
Figure 4-10 is a block diagram of the Second I.F. and Discriminator Circuits.
4.3.1 Second Mixer. As shown in Figure 4-10 and in the schematic diagram, Figure 6-16, the 10-MHz signal
from the Broadband Mixer or Preselector is amplified by tuned integrated-circuit amplifier IC 1 and applied to
pin 1 of IC2. The 9.9-MHz LO signal from the Frequency Synthesizer is amplified by tuned common-base
amplifier Q1 and applied to pin 2 of IC2. Integrated circuit IC2 is connected as a mixer; its 100-kHz output is
fed through a low-pass filter to the base of Q2 in the frequency error detector.
4.3.2 Frequency-Error Detector. The 100-kHz signal from mixer IC2 is amplified by Q2 and applied to squaring
circuit Q3. The resulting 100-kHz square wave is differentiated by R20/C22 and the positive pulses from the
differentiating circuit are passed by CR1 to trigger the one-shot multivibrator, Q6/Q9. The one-shot will oper­
ate if the received signal is strong enough for the signal-level detector to furnish an enabling ground to the
emitters ofQ6 andQ9 (see Section 4.3.4). Circuit constants of the one-shot multivibrator are such that each
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of 100 kHz. The outputs from the collectors of the one-shot transistors are fed to a bridge circuit.
Figure 4-11 is a simplified diagram of the bridge circuit, in which the one-shot transistors are represented
as switches. The switches are shown in the untriggered condition, with Q6 off and Q9 on. The voltage* at point
X is approximately +20 volts, and at point Y is about 6 volts.
Refer now to the waveforms at the bottom of Figure 4-11, and consider the case in which the frequency of
the signal from the second mixer (fin) is exactly 100 kHz. When the one-shot is triggered, Q6 is turned on,
causing X to drop to minimum voltage; and Q9 is turned off, causing Y to rise to maximum voltage. The one-shot
remains in this state for 5 microseconds and then returns to its quiescent state for 5 microseconds before it is
triggered again, as shown in the X and Y waveforms of Figure 4-11. The square-wave voltages at X and Yare
passed through averaging networks L7/C23 and LS/C26 to the FREQUENCY meter. Since the waveform at X
has a 50-percent duty factor (when fin = 100 kHz), its average value is half-way between minimum and maximum
voltages; and this is the approximate voltage developed across C23. The average value at Y is the same as at
X, since the waveform at Y also has a 50-percent duty factor; so the voltage across C23 is the same as that
across C26. Thus there is no potential difference across the FREQUENCY meter, and therefore no meter
deflection.
Next assume that fin has decreased, as would be the case if the frequency of the monitored signal were low.
The one-shot will now be trig'gered less frequently, as shown in Figure 4-11. As a result, the voltag'e at X will
now be high more than 50 percent of the time, and the average voltage across C23 will increase according'ly. On
the other hand, the voltage at Y is low more than 50 percent of the time, so its average voltag'e drops by the
same amount that the voltage at X rises. Thus a potential difference is produced across the meter, with the
more positive voltage being at C23; and this causes the meter to deflect toward the - side of its scale.
In the third case, where fin is high, the average voltages produced are such that the voltage at C26 is more
positive than that at C 23, causing the meter to deflect toward the + side of its scale.
Two controls are provided to adjust the zero reading of the FREQUENCY meter. One (R44) is an internal
coarse control; the other (FP-R1) is the front-panel CAL. control. Adjustment of these controls is covered in
the Maintenance and Operating Instructions sections, respectively.
The schematic diagram of the FREQUENCY meter board is given in Figure 6-22. For most settings of the
frequency selector switches, the La frequency is 10 MHz lower than the dialed-in frequency. When this is true,
a relay is deenergized and its contacts are as shown in the schematic diagram. Under these conditions, the
input from the Q9 side of the frequency-error detector is applied to the positive terminal of the meter through
range switch FP-SW7 and the selected resistors; and the input from the Q6 side is applied to the negative
terminal of the meter.
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position 2 or 3, and also when the 1st-digit switch is in position <I while the 2nd-digit switch is in position 5 or
6, the La frequency is 10 MHz higher than the dialed-in frequency. For these combinations of 1st-digit and 2nd­
digit switch settings, the relay is energized and its contacts reverse the connections to the meter so that a high
input frequency will still produce a positive meter reading.
In the FM, CW, and CAL. positions of the function switch, the input to the meter is through specific range
resistors to provide fixed ranges of ±5 kHz, ±1.5 kHz, and ±1.5 kHz, respectively. Two diodes provide meter
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Figure 4-11. FREQUENCY Meter Bridge Circuit, Simplified Schematic Diagram and Waveforms
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The voltage at pin 9 of the FREQUENCY meter board connector, which is proportional to LF. signal fre­
quency error, is also fed to the Modulator to control the frequency of the 10-MHz FM oscillator.
4.3.3 Audio Circuits. The waveforms in Figure 4-11 show how the voltage on the two capacitors changes when
the frequency being measured is not exactly 100 kHz. 1£ the incoming signal is frequency-modulated, the duty
cycle of the pulse trains at X and Y will vary at the modulation rate, causing a variation of average voltage at
X and Y at the modulation rate. This does not affect the meter reading because of the filtering effect of L7, L8,
C23, and C26.
As shown in Figures 4-10 and 6-16, the varying voltage (modulation) at the output of the low-pass filter is
fed to the Deviation Meter or Oscilloscope, whichever is plugged in. The audio signal is also fed through an
emitter follower, QlO, to the speaker volume control.
4.3.4 Signal-Level Detector. The plug-in Broadband Mixer and Preselectors contain a squelch detector which
produces a dc output proportional to the strength of the received signal at the output of the 1st LF. amplifier.
This dc signal is applied to a Schmitt Trigg'er (see Figures 4-10 and 6-16), which fires when the signal level at
the output of the 1st LF. amplifier is approximately 60 millivolts. When the Schmitt Trigger fires, it turns on
switching transistor Q8, which enables the frequency-error detector. When Q8 is turned on, it also lights SIG­
NAL LEVEL lamp FP-DSI to indicate that the signal level is high enough for reliable measurement. The Schmitt
Trigger remains fired and Q8 remains on as long as the signal amplitude remains above the critical level.
4.4 Signal Generating Circuits
Signals in the ranges of 20 to 80 MHz, 120 to 180 MHz, and 450 to 512 MHz are generated by miXing a CW or
FM 10-MHz signal with a signal from the Frequency Synthesizer. The Frequency Synthesizer output is deter­
mined by the settings of the frequency selector switches, as described in Section 4.1 and illustrated in the over­
all block diagram, Figure 4-1. The circuits involved in signal generation - the 10-MHz Modulator and the
Signal Generator Mixer - are described in the following sections.
4.4.1 Modulator (CH-A14). The purpose of the modulator is to frequency-modulate the 10-MHz input to the
Signal Generator Mixer when the CE-3 is operating in the FM signal generation mode. The modulating signal
can be either a I-kHz input from the Frequency Synthesizer or an external signal in the range of 60 Hz to 20 kHz.
Figure 6-17 is the Modulator schematic diagram.
The 10-MHz FM signal is generated by a voltage-controlled oscillator, Q3. Its frequency is set to 10 MHz,
as indicated by zero error on the FREQUENCY meter, by the FM CAL. control, R4, located on the front panel
concentrically with the DEV. ADJ. control. The FM CAL. control adjusts the voltage applied to the Varicap in
the frequency-determining portion of the oscillator circuit. Once set to exactly 10 MHz, the oscillator frequency
is controlled by the AFC voltage from the frequency-error detector circuit in CH-A20.
The internal I-kHz modulating signal from the Reference Divider in the Frequency Synthesizer is amplified
by ICl, which is turned on when the FM MOD. switch is in the INT. position; the signal is then fed to the DEV.
ADJ. potentiometer. When the FM MOD. switch is in the EXT. position, the external signal applied through the
front-panel EXT. connector is fed to the DEV. ADJ. potentiometer. This potentiometer adjusts the modulating
signal level to the Varicap in the FM oscillator, and thus adjusts the amount of deviation of the generated 10-MHz
signal. The output of the FM oscillator is amplified by Q4, Q5, and Q6.
When the front-panel function switch is in the CW or CAL. positions, FM oscillator Q3 and amplifier Q4 are
turned off by removing their 20-volt supply, and the 10-MHz harmonic generator in the Frequency Synthesizer is
turned on to supply an unmodulated lO-MHz signal through Q5 and Q6 to the Modulator output.
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In the FM and CW signal generation modes, the Modulator output is fed through the signal generation attenu­
ator to the Signal Generator Mixer. The attenuator is calibrated in terms of voltage level at the output of a 20-db
pad connected to the SIGNAL GEN. OUT connector. For a given 10-MHz input, slightly different output voltages
are produced by the Signal Generator Mixer for the three different FM bands. Therefore, the Modulator output
level must be slightly different for each of these bands so that the attenuator readings will be accurate. This is
accomplished by using a different bias on Q6 for each position of the first-digit frequency selector switch. The
biases are individually set by variable resistors R34, R36, and R38 in conjunction with factory-selected resistors
R35, R37, and R39.
The tuned circuit of the 10-l\1Hz FM oscillator (Q3) consists of C19, C20, L2, C2l, C22, and Varicap CRI in
series with C17. The capacitance of the Varicap varies with the voltage applied across it. This voltage is from
two sources: the AFC voltage from the frequency-error detector, as adjusted by the FM CAL. control; and the
modulating voltage from the Frequency Synthesizer or an external source through the DEV. ADJ. control.
Transistors Ql and Q2 comprise an audio amplifier for feeding the I-kHz signal from the Frequency Synthe­
sizer to the 1 KHz OUT connector when the FM MOD. switch is in the INT. position.
4.4.2 Signal Generator Mixer (CH-A7). The purpose of the Signal Generator Mixer is to mix the Frequency
Synthesizer output with 10 MHz to produce an output whose frequency is indicated by the frequency selector.
This is necessary because the Frequency Synthesizer output is displaced 10 MHz from the frequency selector
reading in order to produce a 10-MHz LF. for the frequency measurement mode of operation.
As shown in the schematic diagram, Figure 6-18, the Signal Generator Mixer is an untuned crystal type. In
the CW signal generation mode, the 10-MHz input is from the Frequency Synthesizer via the calibrated attenuator.
In the FM signal generation mode, the 10-MHz input is from the Modulator via the attenuator.
4.5 Power Supplies (CH-A19, RP-Al)
The CE-3 contains three power supplies, providing regulated outputs of +5 volts, +20 volts, and -12 volts.
Figures 6-19 and 6-20 are the schematic diagrams. Three separate windings on the power transformer supply
ac power to the three bridge rectifiers (Figure 6-19). The output of each rectifier is fused at 1 ampere, filtered
by a single capacitor, and fed to a regulator. In addition, the unregulated l2-volt output is used to operate the
coaxial relay.
The power transformer is located at the right rear of the cabinet, and the rectifiers and filter capacitors
are on board RP-A1 at the left rear of the cabinet. All three regulators are on plug-in board CH-A19.
4.5.1 +5V Regulator. This is a conventional series regulator (see Figure 6-20). The sampling element consists
of R14, R16, and voltage adjust potentiometer R15. Q9 is the comparison element and Zener diode CR4 is the
reference element; voltage for the reference element is supplied by the +20V regulator. Q7, compound-connected
with CH-Q2, is a current amplifier to provide enough base current to CH-Q2 to maintain the required load
current.
The circuit consisting of Q8, CR3, and R 11 provides overload protection. If the load current increases above
about 1.5 amperes, the voltage drop across R11 will cause Q8 to saturate, reducing the current at the base of Q7
to a value which will limit the current through CH-Q2 to a safe value. The Zener diode across the regulator out­
put provides overvoltage protection.
4.5.2 +20V and -12V Regulators. The circuits of these two regulators (Figure 6-20) are identical except for
component values; therefore, only the +20V circuit will be described. This is a conventional series regulator.
The sampling circuit consists of R8, R 10, and voltage adjust potentiometer R9. The comparison element consists
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of the differential amplifier, Q5 and Q6, plus dc amplifier Q4; and the reference element is CR2. The dc ampli­
fier, Ql, and the series regulator transistor, CH-Ql, are compound-connected as described for the +5V regula­
tor. Field-effect transistor Q2 serves as a constant-current source. The overload protection circuit consisting
of Q3, R3, and CR 1 operates in the same way as the overload protection circuit in the +5V regulator.
4.6 Miscellaneous Circuits
4.6.1 Decimal and MHz/kHz/Hz Light-Switching Circuits (CH-A5). This board turns on the proper decimal
light in the frequency display, and also turns on either the MHz, kHz, or Hz light to indicate the units in which
the frequency is being displayed.
Figure 6-21 is the schematic diagram of CH-A5, and Figure 4-12 is a functional diagram showing inter­
connections with switches and lights. An 8.5-vac input from transformer T 1 across TP6 and TP9 is rectified
by CRI to produce 12 volts dc across Cl. Assume first that the Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider is not
plugged into the CE-3. The base-emitter junction of Ql will be forward biased, since the base does not have a
connection to the negative terminal of the 12-volt power supply; therefore, Ql saturates, switching on Q2, which
turns on the MHz light in its collector circuit. Since Q2 is on, it provides a connection to the negative terminal
of the power supply for the wiper of switch SWl. If 1st-digit switch SWI is in the 0, 1, or 4 position, the 3rd
decimal light will have a negative return and so will come on. If the 1st-digit switch is in the I.F. position, the
wiper of the LF. FREQUENCIES range switch will have a negative return. If the range switch is in the 0-4 MHz
position, the 2nd decimal light will come on; if the switch is in the 4-40 MHz position, the 3rd decimal light will
come on.
When the Model 308 Decade Frequency Divider is plugged in, the base of Ql is returned to the negative
terminal of the 12-volt power supply; thus, Ql and therefore Q2 will be turned off, and there will be no connec­
tion to power-supply negative at TP4. Thus, the MHz light will be off, and the 1st-digit and I.F. FREQUENCIES
range switches will be ineffective. Selection of both the decimal and unit lights will be made by the switch on
the Model 308.
Operation of these circuits are summarized in the following tabulation:
Table 4-4. Decimal-Light and Unit-Light Switching
Condition Lights Turned On
Status of
Model 308
Decade Freq.
Divider
1st-Digit
Switch
Position
LF. Range
Switch
Position
Model 308
Switch
Position
Decimal
Point*
Units
Not plugged 0, 1, or 4 -­ -­ 3rd MHz
in.
I.F. 0-4 MHz - - 2nd MHz
LF

4-40 MHz -­ 3rd MHz
Plugged in. - - -:- 10 4th kHz
-­ - - -:- 100 3rd kHz
- - -­ -:- 1000 5th Hz
* The decimal-point number refers to the digit just to the left of the decimal point in the display; e.g., the 3rd
decimal point light is between the 3rd and 4th digits.
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i
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N
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,
0
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Q. c
"
... N
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....
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,
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Figure 4-12. Decimal Light Switching, Functional Diagram
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4.6.2 Display-Light Flasher. If a frequency not covered by the CE-3 is accidentally dialed-in, the frequency
display lights flash on and off to warn the operator. The following tabulation gives the combinations of 1st and
2nd digits which will result in a flashing display.
1st Digit 2nd Digit
°
0, 1, 8, 9
1 0, 1, 8, 9
4 0, 1, 2, 3, 4
5 2,3,4,5,6,
7, 8, 9
LF. 4, 5, 6, 7,
8, 9
The circuit to produce the flashing is shown in the schematic diagram, Figure 6-22, and in simplified form
below. The 1st-digit and 2nd-digit frequency selector switches are wired around the light flasher in such a way
that the flasher is shorted out for all correct combinations of 1st and 2nd digits. Incorrect combinations, how­
ever, unshort the flasher and caUSe the display lights to flash.
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SECTION 5
MAINTENANCE
5.1 General
The Maintenance section is divided into two major subsections - calibration adjustments and trouble­
shooting. If alignment or adjustments other than those described in Section 5.2 are required, it is recommended
that the instrument or subassembly be returned to the factory in accordance with the instructions printed on the
last page of this manual.
Detailed instructions for placing the CE-3 in a particular mode of operation are not included in Section 5.2
and 5.3 because they are given in Section 3. The instrument should be warmed up for at least 30 minutes before
any calibration is attempted. Covers must be removed to make most of the tests and adjustments described.
5.1.1 Access. Components in the top part of the instrument can be reached by removing the two L-shaped side
covers. Each cover is secured to the cabinet by six screws. The speaker must be disconnected before the
right-hand cover can be completely removed.
The VCO and all of the plug-in circuit boards become accessible by removing the bottom cover. To do this,
stand the instrument on its rear panel, and remove the eight screws holding the bottom cover to the cabinet.
5.1.2 Subassembly Removal. A board extractor and an extender board are shipped with the instrument in a
plastic bag. TO REMOVE A BOARD AFTER THE BOTTOM COVER HAS BEEN TAKEN OFF, FIRST MAKE SURE
POWER HAS BEEN DISCONNECTED FROM THE BOARDS BY CHECKING TO SEE THAT THE SPEAKER VOL­
UME SWITCH IS IN THE OFF POSITION. Then hook the extractor into the holes in the board, and pull out the
board. If the board is to be operated outside the cabinet so that measurements or adjustments can be made on it
while it is energized, plug the extender board into the socket from which the board has been removed, and then
plug the board into the extender.
If the VCO box must be removed, first unplug the four coaxial cables, then loosen the two screws in the
U-joint so that the U-joint will remain on the VCO rather than on the main shaft. Remove the three screws
holding the VCO box to the chassis, and slide the VCO box off the shaft. When reinstalling the VCO box, be sure
that the index mark on the U-joint points to the same number on the VCO box that the 3rd-digit knob indicates on
the front panel.
The model 302 Deviation Meter and the Model 301 Oscilloscope, which plug into the left-hand side of the
CE-3, are released for removal by turning a small knob behind the plug-ins on the rear panel of the CE-3. The
Model 303 Broadband Mixer and the Models 304, 305, and 306 Preselectors, which plug into the right-hand side
of the CE-3, are released for removal by turning a small knob on the front panel of the plug-ins.
5.1.3 Fuses. There are three regulated power supplies within the basic CE-3: +5 volts, +20 volts, and -12
volts. Each of the supplies has a fuse located inside the CE-3 cabinet on a printed-circuit board. The board is
mounted on the rear panel behind the Deviation Meter or Oscilloscope plug-in.
The +20-volt fuse is near the outside of the board, the -12-volt fuse is in the center of the board, and the
+5-volt fuse is toward the center of the instrument. If one of these fuses blows, the resistance between the
regulator output terminal and ground should be measured to make sure that there is not a short circuit. Table
5-1 gives the approximate resistance to chassis ground for each supply (or, in the case of the plug-ins, for the
load across each supply).
A separate ac fuse, located on the rear panel, can be replaced without removing the CE-3 side covers. Also,
a .2 amp slo-blo fuse for 115 vac input to the scope plug-in is mounted near the back connector in the scope
plug-in compartment of the CE-3.
5-1
Table 5-1. Power Supply Resistance to Ground
+5V (green wire) -12V (orange wire) +20V (red wire)
Measured
at
Res.
(ohms)
Measured
at
Res.
(ohms)
Measured
at
Res.
(ohms)
CE-3 Monitor
t
(less plug-ins)
Pin 15 of RF
plug-in recep­
tacle
130Q-200Q* Pin 14 of RF
plug-in recep­
tacle
1400 Pin 17 of RF
plug-in recep­
tacle
44oo-480Q
Model 301
I Oscilloscope
Not used - - Pin 14 of
connector
4.5K-7 .5K tt Pin 13 of
connector
1.5K-1.8K*
Model 302
Deviation Meter
Not used - - Pin 14 of
connector
8.2K-8.5K* Pin 13 of
connector
1.7K
Model 303 Pin 15 of
connector
3.5K* Pin 14 of
connector
5000 Pin 16 of
connector
Pin 17 of
connector
1.8K­
2.4K* ttt
10K*
, Model 304
I
Pin 15 of
connector
1.25K-50K* Pin 14 of
connector
265Q Pin 16 of
connector
Pin 17 of
connector
800Q
22K-30K*
Model 305
I
I
I
Pin 15 of
connector
1.25K-50K* Pin 14 of
connector
265Q Pin 16 of
connector
Pin 17 of
connector
3.8K
25K-30K*
Model 308 Pin 15 of
connector
460K-2K* Pin 14 of
connector
2.9K-3.8K* Pin170f
connector
3.9K-7.5K*
NOTE: All resistance readings taken with a Simpson 270 using RX 100 scale. All res. readings of modules
taken with module removed from set.
* Depends on ohmmeter test-lead polarity.
tDial 120.000 MHz on frequency selector using RX-100 scale. Measure resistance to chassis of supply lines.
tt Resistance readings taken with "vernier" pot in mid position.
Itt Resistance readings taken with selectivity switch in "normal."
5.1.4 Test Equipment Required. The test equipment required for each calibration or adjustment is given at the
beginning of the description of the calibration or adjustment, and a list of test equipment required for trouble­
shooting the CE-3 is given in Section 5.3.
5.2 Calibration Adjustments
The internal controls mentioned in the following paragraphs are identified in the photographs of the interior
of the instrument, Figures 5-1 through 5-4.
5.2.1 Power Supply Voltages.
Test Equipment Required: DC voltmeter, 20,000 ohms-per-volt or higher sensitivity, 1% accuracy,
+50v and -50v ranges (Simpson Model 270 or equivalent)
AC voltmeter (H.P. 400D or equivalent)
Adjustments for the supplies are located on the POWER SUPPLY REG. 's plug-in board in the lower chassis
of the instrument. Location of the board is shown on the bottom cover plate. Remove the board and plug' it into
the extender board, as described in Section 5.1.2.
5-2
A3 A4 J5 J4 A5 KI
A7 A6
Figure 5-1. Right Front View of Monitor with Cover and Plug - Ins Removed
5-3
A2
J3
AI
J2
JI
Figure 5-2. Left Front View of Monitor with Cover and Plug-Ins Removed
5-4
TB4
0512
0515
SW2
057
TBS
0511
0516
052
058
R7
059 053
0510
TBI
TB6
SWI
SW6
SW5
SWI3
J3 JI
R6
Figure 5-3. Back of ront Panel
5-5
All,
JII
AI2,
JI2
AI3,
JI3
AI4,
JI4
A20,
J20
AI9,
JI9
A21,
AI8,
JI8
! ! i e = i ~ ~ J - - - A17,
JI7
AI6,
JI6
AIS,
JI5
AIO,
JIO
A9,
J9
A8,
J8
Figure 5-4. Bottom Interior View of Monitor
5-6
NOTE
The regulated power supplies are set to within 0.5% of rated
output voltage at the factory and should not be adjusted un­
less a voltmeter having an accuracy of at least 1% is used.
a. Measure the -12-volt supply voltage (to chassis ground) at pin 14 on the female connector for the Broad­
band Mixer and Preselector plug-ins (orange wire). Adjust potentiometer R25 to give a reading of exactly 12.0
volts.
b. Measure the +20-volt supply voltage (to chassis ground) at pin 17 of the female connector for the Broad­
band Mixer and Preselector plug-ins (red wire). Adjust potentiometer R9 for exactly 20.0 volts.
c. Measure the +5-volt supply voltage (to chassis ground) at pin 15 of the female connector for the Broad­
band Mixer and Preselector plug-ins (green wire). Adjust potentiometer R15 for exactly 5.0 volts.
5.2.2 Master Oscillator Calibration.
Test Equipment Required:
Method 1: Sensitive receiver capable of receiving WWV on 10 MHz. Receiver should be equipped with
a signal strength meter.
Method 2: A frequency counter with a crystal time base accuracy known to be at least 1 part in 10
7
.
Method 1: Although this relatively simple technique is familiar to most technical people, a few of the basic
requirements for successful use of the WWV Izero-beat technique are covered here.
It should be understood that the crystal oven of each CE-3 has been aged for over a month before shipment,
during which time its stability has been carefully watched and recorded. Based upon this fact, we rate the in­
strument to have and keep 0.000075% frequency accuracy or better for at least six months. It is suggested,
however, that a check for frequency accuracy be made at least annually.
Technically speaking, the 0.000075% specification is not difficult with tOday's state of the art; however, any
adjustment of the glass piston capacitor trimmer, which allows shifting of the oscillator frequency, should be
carefully done. Keep in mind that the best time of the day for tests is during the hours which would be midday
between the WWV transmitter (currently located in Colorado) and the user's location. This timing avoids some
of the slight Doppler effect which might appear if sunrise or sunset occurred at either the user's location or at
the transmitter location.
When tuning the receiver, be certain to identify the station by its voice announcements. It is assumed that
you will pick a time when reception will be clear and relatively noise-free. Your receiver and the location and
orientation of the antenna will also play an important part.
As mentioned in this manual previously, it is advisable to keep the CE-3 plugged into a 115-volt ac source
at all times to ensure that the crystal and oven are at their correct temperature. If the unit has not been plugged
into ac power, do so and let the instrument operate for 30 minutes or more before starting the test.
For the test itself, while monitoring the WWV station, switch the CE-3 to the CW signal generating position.
In this position, 10 MHz will be present at the SIGNAL GEN. OUT connector. Using a BNC connector at this
point, bring the "hot" lead near the receiver antenna terminals. Connect a grounding lead between the CE-3 and
the receiver. It is recommended that the insulated "hot" lead be wrapped around the receiver antenna terminals
5-7
at least once to give a few pFof coupling, which is normally adequate to get enough sig:1al from the CE-3 to the
receiver for making the test.
Advance the CE-3 SIGNAL GEN. ATTEN. controls while watching the signal strength meter. The meter
will rise as the control is advanced and the WWV signal will be "wiped out" if the control is advanced too far.
Set the control where it appears that neither signal is stronger than the other. By watching the signal strength
meter, you may observe a definite periodic beat which will indicate any error in the Master Oscillator frequency.
At this point, recognize that 0.000075% maximum allowable frequency error would amount to 7.5 Hz at 10 MHz.
If correction of the CE-3 oscillator is required, select a period of the WWV transmission when no tones or voice
announcements are heard. Use the following procedure.
On the right side near the rear of the instrument (as viewed from the front panel), you will see the crystal
oven. Just below the oven and projecting forward is the threaded screw of the crystal trimmer capacitor. Using
a slotted screwdriver (while observing the signal strength meter), adjust this s crew until the periodic swing of
the signal strength meter comes to a stop. By swinging through zero beat several times, the proper position for
the trimmer becomes apparent.
Method 2: Remove the cable marked D from the input to the 330-MHz harmonic generation container, and
connect the cable to the input of a frequency counter. It is imperative that the time base oscillator in the counter
be accurate to 1 part in 10
7
. The counter should indicate a frequency of 33.0 MHz. If the error indicated
by the counter exceeds 3 parts in 10
6
, an oven or crystal malfunction should be suspected. The frequency of the
M8.ster Oscillator can be adjusted as described in the last paragraph of Method 1 above.
5.2.3 FREQUENCY Meter Range Calibration. This method uses the instrument's I.F. output to calibrate the
meter. It will provide sufficient accuracy if the CE-3 Master Oscillator has been calibrated. Before starting
the procedure, and with power off, adjust the mechanical zero of the FREQUENCY meter, if necessary.
a. Set the first-digit switch to I.F. and the function switch to CAL.
b. Zero the FREQUENCY meter with the CAL. red knob.
c. Turn the function switch to FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE.
d. Adjust the CE-3 for an I.F. output of 9.999 MHz.
e. Connect a cable from the I.F. FREQUENCIES OUTPUT connector to the ANT. connector.
f. Turn the I.F. LEVEL control fully clockwise.
g. Set the FREQUENCY meter range switch to ±1.5 kHz.
h. The meter should read minus (.. ) 1.0 kHz on the lower scale. If it does not, adjust potentiometer R6 on
the FREQUENCY meter printed-circuit board (FP-A 1) located on the rear of the FREQUENCY meter.
i. Set the meter range switch to ±5 kHz.
j. Dial-in 9.995 MHz. The meter should indicate an error of minus (-) 5.0 kHz on the upper scale. If it
does not, adjust potentiometer R4 on the printed-circuit board.
k. Set the meter range switch to ±15 kHz, and dial-in 9.985 MHz. If the indicated reading is not minus (-)
15 kHz, adjust potentiometer R2 on the printed-circuit board.
1. Meter tracking and discriminator linearity can be checked on the ±1.5, ±5, and ±15 kHz ranges by
dialing-in 10.001, 10.005, and 10.015 MHz, respectively.
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5.2.4 Signal Generation Output Levels.
Test Equipment Required: RF Generator (HP 608 or equivalent)
Receiver capable of operating at the frequencies to be checked and having
a 50-ohm input impedance.
The output levels are calibrated by the signal substitution method, in which a signal from a calibrated
source is fed into a metered receiver and the meter reading noted. The CE-3 is then substituted for the cali­
brated source and the output of the CE-3 is adjusted until the meter reads the same as before. The receiver
should be metered at a point where saturation is least likely to occur (e.g., the first or second LF. stage) and
the RF input signal should be low level (preferably 0.5 to 1.0 microvolt).
a. Select a frequency at which the adjustment is to be made. This frequency must be within the capabili­
ties of the external receiver, the external signal generator, and the CE -3.
b. Set the signal generator to this frequency by monitoring it on the CE-3. (When using frequencies higher
than 100 MHz the signal generator must be tuned very slowly because the bandwidth of the CE-3 is quite narrow
and there is some delay in receiver "turn-on;" the higher the signal generator output level, the less the delay).
c. Set the sig'nal generator output to 0.5 microvolt.
d. Feed the signal generator output into the receiver and note the receiver meter reading. (Be cautious
of signal generator frequency drift.)
e. Adjust the CE-3 to generate a CW signal on the receiver frequency at a 0.5-microvolt level.
f. Disconnect the signal generator from the receiver, and connect the output of the CE-3 to the receivel'
through the 20-db pad furnished with the CE-3.
g. If the receiver meter does not read the same as in step d, adjust the appropriate control on the Modu­
lator board in the CE-3. The control to adjust depends on the frequency band. The cnntrols are marked on the
right side of the chassis near the front panel (see Figure 5-1). Typical calibration frequencies are as follows:
Nominal Frequency
Frequency Band for Calibration
20 - 80 MHz 35 MHz
120 - 180 MHz 155 MHz
450 - 512 MHz 460 MHz
5.2.5 20-db Fixed AttenuatoI'. A 20-db pad is shipped in the front door of the CE-3. The CE-3 attenuators are
calibrated in terms of signal voltage at the output of the 20-db pad. Therefore, the pad must always be used
when it is desired to read signal output levels directly from the attenuators. The purpose of the pad is to pro­
tect the instrument against accidental keying of a transmitter directly into the CE-3. If a transmitter is keyed,
it will normally burn out the RF fuse in the pad; depending on power, it could also burn out one or more of the
resistors in the pad.
It is essential that the pad attenuate the signal precisely 20 db. If there is any doubt about the condition of
the pad, check it as follows: Feed a I-microvolt signal directly from the signal generator into the receiver, and
note the receiver meter reading; then feed a 10-microvolt signal through the pad into the receiver. The two
receiver meter reading's should be within 0.5 db.
Repair of the pad is quite simple. Remove the single screw and slide the cover off the pad. A schematic
diagram inside the pad shows values of the components. The resistors are standard 5% values available from
most electronic parts stores. The fuse is a special RF fuse (Bussman ~ nd may be purchased from
a parts house or is available from Cushman Electronics. The Cushman part number for a package of 10 fuses is
7040-0018. The price is $8.00 for a package.
5-9
5.2.6 Modulator Center Frequency Adjustment.
a. Adjust the CE-3 for operation in the FM mode.
b. Mechanically center the FM CAL. control with the DEV. ADJ. control fully CCW.
c. Adjust the FM oscillator coil on the 10 MHz Modulator board (see Fig'ure 5-4) for a zero reading on
the FREQUENCY meter.
5.3 Troubleshooting
Table 5-2 is a troubleshooting chart which should, in most cases, enable the service man to isolate the
cause of a malfunction to a particular subassembly or (in the case of the VCO phase-lock loop) to a few sub­
assemblies. If the symptoms point to a malfunction on a particular printed-circuit board, the most practical
procedure is to replace the board with one known to be good. If the trouble can be isolated only to a group of
boards, the suspected boards should be tried, one at a time, in an operating CE-3, if such is available. Field
repair of printed-circuit boards, particularly those containing integrated circuits, is not recommended. Boards
suspected of malfunctioning should be returned to the factory for inspection and repair in accordance with the
instructions printed on the last page of this manual.
When a malfunction develops, there is usually some external evidence, such as the failure of a panel meter
or lamp to indicate, or a lack of signal output. Such troubles are listed in the left-hand column of Table 5-2.
If one of the checks recommended for the trouble results in an abnormal indication, check the subassembly
listed in the "Refer to" column.
As an example of the use of Table 5-2, assume that the CE-3 has been working OK in the frequency­
measurement mode, but when the function switch is changed to one of the SIG. GEN. positions, no signal is
obtained at the output of the 20-db pad on the end of the test cable. Table 5-2 gives three checks for this mal­
function. Assume that the fuse in the pad is checked with an ohmmeter and found to be OK. Then the output of
the coaxial cable from the coaxial relay to the Signal Generator Mixer is checked and found to be zero. Since
the CE-3 operates satisfactorily in the frequency-measurement mode, the Frequency Synthesizer output is
apparently OK; so the trouble is probably in the coaxial relay or in the cable from the relay to the Signal Gen­
erator MiJ<:er. The signal voltage at the bottom connector of the coaxial relay is checked and found to be 63 mv.
Therefore, the trouble must be in the connecting cable.
If the observed symptoms do not fit a "trouble" described in the first column of Table 5-2, note what hap­
pens when the function switch and frequency selector switches are rotated to different positions. It should then
be possible to match the symptoms thus obtained with one of the troubles listed.
Since the signal levels at the input to the Signal Generator Mixer and at the output of the Frequency Synthe­
sizer may give important clues to the source of a trouble, procedures for measuring these levels are given in
Sections 5.3.1 and 5.3.2.
The following test equipment is required for troubleshooting the CE-3:
DC voltohmmeter, 20,000 ohms-per-volt or higher sensitivity, 1% accuracy
(Simpson Model 270 or equivalent)
RF voltmeter, 1GHz (Boonton Model 91DA or equivalent)
5.3.1 Signal Generator Mixer Input Levels. As shown in the overall block diagram, Figure 4-1, two inputs are
supplied to the Signal Generator Mixer - a 10 MHz signal from the Frequency Synthesizer through the attenua­
tor, and a signal in the range of 460 to 502 MHz from the Synthesizer through the coaxial relay. The input from
5-10
I
the coaxial relay may also contain either a 330-MHz or a 430-MHz signal, depending on the setting of the 1st­
digit frequency selector switch (see Figure 4-2).
To check the level of the 10-MHz input, proceed as follows:
a. Set the SIGNAL GEN. ATTEN. controls for maximum output (range switch to X100 and MICROVOLTS
control fully clockwise).
b. Turn the function switch to CW.
c. Disconnect the coaxial cable from the top connector of the Signal Generator Mixer (see Figure 5-1).
d. With an RF voltmeter terminated in 50 ohms, measure the voltage at the cable output. It should be
approximately 50 millivolts.
The level of the input from the coaxial relay is checked as follows:
a. Turn the function switch to CW.
b. Disconnect the coaxial cable from the rear connector of the Signal Generator Mixer (see Figure 5-1).
c. With an RF voltmeter terminated in 50 ohms, measure the voltage at the cable output. It should be
between 50 and 75 millivolts.
5.3.2 Frequency Synthesizer Output Level. The Frequency Synthesizer output to the RF plug-in (Broadband
Mixer or one of the Preselectors) is a signal in the range of 460 to 502 MHz. It may also contain a signal having
a fixed frequency of 330 MHz or 430 MHZ, depending on the setting of the 1st-digit frequency selector switch.
To measure the level at the coaxial relay, proceed as follows:
a. Disconnect the coaxial cable between the coaxial relay and the RF plug-in at the BNC connector on the
top of the coaxial relay (see Figure 5-1).
b. Turn the function switch to the FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE position.
c. Turn the 1st-digit switch to "4".
d. With an RF voltmeter terminated in 50 ohms, measure the voltage at the BNC connector on top of the
coaxial relay. It should be between 50 and 75 millivolts.
e. Disconnect the "E" cable from the 460-502 MHz Filter (see Figure 5-2).
f. Set the 1st-digit switch to "0" or "1".
g. With an RF voltmeter terminated in 50 ohms, check the voltage at the top connector of the coaxial
relay. It should be between 30 and 75 millivolts.
5.3.3 VCO Phase Lock. In normal operation, the VCO is phase-locked with the Reference Divider by means of
the closed loop consisting of the VCO, the -:- N Counter, the Sample and Hold circuits, and the Phase Detector
(see Figure 4-2). If the VCO loses lock, as evidenced by the UNLOCKED light coming on, the most probable
cause is a malfunctioning of one of these boards within the loop, or a malfunctioning Master Oscillator board.
The only practical method of troubleshooting a loss of phase lock is to substitute these boards, one at a time,
into a working CE-3.
An out-of-lock condition could also be caused by mechanical misalignment of the VCO switch with the 3rd­
digit front-panel switch. Alignment can be checked by turning the 3rd-digit switch to "0" and observing whether
the mark on the VCO shaft is in line with the mark on the retaining nut.
5-11
Table 5-2. Troubleshooting Chart
Trouble Check
Normal
Indication Refer to
Entire CE-3 in- Output of +20V -12V and (See Sec. 5.2.1) Fuses on rear-panel
perative except for +5V regulators. printed-circuit board
dial lights. (see Sec. 5.1.3).
Meters inoperative. See that Remote Meter
switch on rear panel is
in the INT. position.
CE-3 inoperative in the Frequency Synthesizer (LO) 50-75 millivolts Coaxial relay.
FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE input to Signal Generator (see Sec. 5.3.1)
mode, but OK in the CAL. Mixer (see Fig. 5-1).
and SIG. GEN. modes.
Mixer diode in RF plug-in. (See Broadband (See Broadband Mixer
Mixer or Pre- or Preselector manual).
selector man­
ual)
CE-3 inoperative in the Frequency Synthesizer (LO) (See Sec. 5.3.2) Frequency Synthesizer.
FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE output.
mode and SIG. GEN. mode,
but OK in the CAL. mode.
CE-3 inoperative in all Test points TP-1, TP -2, and 4.2V, 3 MHz, 255 Master Oscillator board
positions of function TP-3 on Master Oscillator nsec pulse, TP-1. CH-A17.
switch. board CH-A17. 2.8V, 1 MHz, 25
nsec pulse, TP-2.
3.8V, 1 MHz, 330
nsec pulse, TP -3.
CE-3 inoperative in SIG. Fuse in 20-dB pad. See Sec. 5.2.5
GEN. mode, but OK in
FREQ.-DEV. MEASURE
mode.
Frequency Synthesizer (LO)
input to Signal Generator
Mixer (see Fig. 5-1) .
50-75 millivolts
(see Sec. 5.3.1)
Coaxial relay.
Mixer diode in Signal 50 ohms for- Signal Generator Mixer
Generator Mixer. ward resistance; (CH-A7)
200K ohms re­
verse resistance.
CE-3 inoperative in CW 10-MHz input to Modulator 400 mv. Master Oscillator board
signal generation mode, board CH-A14 from Mas­ CH-A17.
but OK in FM signal gen­ tel' Osc. board CH-A17.
eration mode.
CE-3 inoperative in FM CH-A14 board.
signal generation mode,
but OK in CW signal
generation mode.
UNLOCKED light on, Output of -12V regulator. -12 volts (see Fuses on rear-panel
SIGNAL LEVEL light on, Sec. 5.2.1). printed-circuit board
FREQUENCY meter de­ (see Sec. 5.1.3).
fleeted full scale.
UNLOCKED light on in Try substituting the Clock
some positions of 6th­ & Decade No.1 board
digit switch. (CH-A12) in a working CE-3.
UNLOCKED light on in Try substituting the Decade
some positions of 4th­ No.2 & 3 board (CH-A13)
digit & 5th-digit switches. in a working CE-3.
5-12
Table 5-2. Troubleshooting Chart (Continued)
Trouble
UNLOCKED light on in
some positions of 3rd­
digit switch.
UNLOCKED light on in
some positions of 2nd­
dig'it switch.
UNLOCKED lig'ht blinks
slowly (about once per
second).
UNLOCKED light on, but
CE-3 functions OK.
UNLOCKED light on at
all frequencies.
SIGNAL LEVEL light on
and FREQUENCY meter
reading full scale -­ func­
tion switch in FREQ.­
DEV. MEASURE, no
signal applied.
SIG AL LEVEL light on
and FREQUENCY meter
reading full scale - func­
tion switch in CAL. or
CW position.
Check
Try substituting the Decade
No.4 & 5 board (CH-All)
in a working CE-3.
Try substituting the Decade
No.4 & 5 board (CH-All)
in a working CE-3.
Try substituting the Sample
& Hold board (CH-A10) in
a working CE-3.
Try substituting' the Refer­
ence Divider & Phase
Detector board (CH-A9)
in a working CE-3.
(See Sec. 5.3.3)
Squelch adjustment. (See
the manual for the RF plug-
in being used.)
Remove the 2nd IF & Dis­
criminator board (CH-A20)
and measure RF voltage at
pin Y of its connector.
Normal
Indication Refer to
100 mv at 9.9 9.9 MHz Filter and
MHz. 0-4 MHz Signal Gen.
board (CH-A8).
5-13
SECTION 6
SCHEMATICS AND PARTS LIST
REFERENCE DESIGNATORS
A assembly RP rear panel
B board P plug
C capacitor Q transistor
CR diode R resistor
DS device signaling (lamp) Hz hertz
E misc. electronic part RT thermistor
F fuse SW switch
FIL filter T transformer
J jack TB terminal board
K relay TP test point
L inductor, RF. choke V vacuum & display tubes
M meter X crystal
CH chassis SCR silicon controlled rectifier
FP front panel LS speaker
ABBREVIATrONS
Amp amperes N nano (10 -9)
AFC
Ampl
BP
automatic frequency control
amplifier
bandpass
NC
N/c
Nlo
not connected
normally closed
normally open
CCW counter-clockwise NPO negative positive zero
Cer ceramic NRFR not recommended for field
Coef coefficient replacement
Com common P peak
Comp
Conn
composition
connector
PC
pF
printed circuit
picofarads - 10-
12
farads
CRT
CW
cathode-ray tube
clockwise
PIV
plo
peak inverse voltage
part of
DepC deposited carbon Poly polystyrene or polyester
Electro electrolytic Porc porcelain
Encap encapsulated Pos position(s)
EXT
F
external
farads
Pot
pip
potentiometer
peak-to-peak
Ge germanium Rect rectifier
GRD ground(ed) RF radio frequency
H henries S-B slow-blow
IF intermediate frequency Semi semiconductor
Incd incandescent Si silicon
lliT internal Ta tantalum
k kilo - 1000 Tog toggle
Lin linear Tol tolerance
Log logarithmic Trim trimmer
LPF
m
M
low pass filter
milli - 10- 3
meg - 10
6
TYP
Il
V
typical
micro - 10-
6
volts
MFLM metal film Var variable
MFR
Minat
manufacturer
miniature
VDCW
wi
dc working volts
with
Mom momentary W watts
My "mylar" ww
w/o
wirewound
without
6-1
SECTION 6
SCHEMATICS AND PARTS LIST
REFERENCE DESIGNATORS
A
B
C
CR
DS
E
F
FIL
,I
K
L
M
ell
I:P
Amp
APe
Ampl
Ill?
CW
er
Coef
III
Cnmp
lin
I1T
W
DopC
leetr

EXT

(,)
RD
1-1
IF
In<.:d
r
k
in
g
LPF
III
M
MFLM
MFR
Minat
Mom
My
asscmbly
boan1
capacitor
diocle
device (lamp)
11I18C. olcclrlJnic part
fllsr
rill!.: l'
jack
J'('lily
i 1Ic111dor, 11 f', choke
IIIl'lor
dlUl:ll:i11:l
frllill palll'l
a 1111'1'1'1'';
:Julnmalil: trcquency control
;11 lip lifi('r
Ilill1dlXI
"/lulIll'r-I'luckwisc
,', ramie
I'C)[ rr Idl'1I1
quclley
RP
P
Q
R
Hz
RT
SW
T
TB
TP
V
X
SCR
LS
ABBREVIATIONS
N
NC
N/C
N!O
NPO
{F'R
I'
P
pi'
pry
pili
I'oly
l"ll'C
PfI!l
Put
PIP
Reel
HF
S-B
Semi
Si
Ta
Tog
Tal
Trim
TYP
Il
V
Val'
VDCW
wi
W
ww
w/O
I'Nlr panol
plub
transJl>lur
rcsisLIJ!'
hurt?
thcrnlltltor
switch
tralisfol'lllCL'
termillal board
test poi lit
vacuum & displl.lY (ubet!
crystal
silicon cOlltrolled rCl;llril-l'
speaker
nano (10 -9)
not connected
normally closed
normally open
negative positive zero
not recommended for field
replacement
pcak
prillted drcllil
pit'llfarud!> - 10- 12 farad:;
IJI';'k Illv,'r".,' v(l[la"
pall "I
JllJlyMlyrftlH ur )lolycstf'r

JlIlS It "Ill(
1'"11'lIllulIl' I,·,'
lwnk-lfl-Ih{lk
rct:lilll'r
radio l'requcllcy
slow-blow
semiconductol'
silicon
tantalum
toggle
tolerance
trimmer
typical
micro - ]0- 6
volts
variable
de working volts
with
watts
wirewound
without
6-1
- -- -
C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
1066-1015 Alien- Bradley
1066-1015 Allen - Bradley
1066-1035 Allen - Bradley
1066-5615 Allen-Bradley
1066-3925 Allen - Bradley
1066-5615 Allen- Bradley
1066-1035 Allen - Bradley
1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
1066-3325 Allen - Bradley
1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
1066-3325 Allen-Bradley
1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
1066-1035 Allen - Bradley
1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
1066-5625 Allen- Bradley
1066--5625 Allen- Bradley
1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
CKT. REF.
CRI
CR2
CR3
LI
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
L8
L9
LlO
Ll1
L12
L13
Ql
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
IC 1
.
IC2
IC3
Rl
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
RIO
I
I DESCRIPTION
I
DIODES
Si, Zener 6.8V, IN957
Si, SD-l
Si, IN3064 I
COILS
I
RF Choke, 680 IJH ±5%
RF Choke, 220 J-LH ±5%
RF Choke, 220 J-LH ±5%
Val' Inductor, .19-.21 J-LH
Val' Inductor, .50-.75 J-LH
I
Val' Inductor, .19-.21 J-LH
Val' Inductor, .50-.75 J-LH
Val' Inductor, .19-.21 J-LH I
RF Choke, 220 IlH ±5%
Val' Inductor •. 19-.21 tlH
Val' Inductor, lIB
RF Choke, 220 /III iS1l
RF Choke, 220 I' II nr:"
TRANSISTOnS
Si, NPN, 2N35G:l
Si, PNP, 2N4121
Si, NPN.
I
Si, NPN, 2N:l5G:J
Si, PNP, Tli:i37
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TlS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
I
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
TTL Dual Flip-Flop, SN7476N
RTL Buffer, U8A-9900-28X
I
TTL NAND Gates, SN7400
RESISTORS
,I
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1.5k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 27k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 680 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1.5k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1.2k ohm ±5%, l!4W
Comp, 220 ohm ±4%, l/4W
C/E STOCK NO. 1\iIFI1.
CKT. FREF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
CAPACITORS
1281-0007 Motorola
Cl Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
1281-0023 Diodes Inc.
Poly, 0.0012 J-LF ± 10%, 100V C2 1008-00IG Sprague
1281-0013 Transitron
C3 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005 -0014 Erie
C4 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 \ Erie
Poly, 0.0027 J-LF ±1o%, 100V 1006-000!1 C5 Sprague
C6 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20'l>, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
1585-0023 Delevan
C7 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% 25V 1005-001 Erie
1585-0018 Delevan
C8 Mica, 180 pF ±5%, lQOV 1002-000!i Elmenco
1585-0018 Delevan
Cer, 0.05 liF -1-8011 -2<Y{" 2W C9 1005-0014 El'ie
1596-0010 TRW
CI0 Elect., 15 IIF, GV 1013-000 Sp;rague
1596-0011 TRW
Cl1 1002-002 Elrnenco Mica, 91 pf .!i '" IOOV
1596-0010 TRW
C12 Elc:d., 15 IJ ro, CV 1013-0UO Spl'aguc
1596 -0011 TRW
C13 Mit-a. !I( pF IOOV 1002-(10 Ell1llweo
1596-0010 TRW
C14 l'r. O.Of, II I ;II -'l.rf' , 25V 1005-0111 Edt:
1585-0018 Delevan
C15 C"I'. jd' IRQ' ·')0'.2fiV 1005-0014 Ed"
1596-0010 TRW
CIG 1005-0014
1596-0010 TRW
CI7 1002 -OOS:l Itl1enco
1585-0018 Delevan
CII! 1005 -004:1 Erie
1585 -0018 Delevan
e19 100!i-()OI4 v Erie
C20 1002 Elmenco
C21 Mit-a. 10 pF 15%, 100V 1002-001 Elmenco
C22 'cr, 0.05 {IF +80% .. 25V Erie
1272-0022 Fairchild
C23 cr, 0.05 IlF +80% -20'41. 2riV 1001l-(}1I1 rie
1272-0023 Fairchild
C24 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20'';" 25V IOO!;·UI11·1 Erie
1272-0022 Fairchild
C25 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -2o'r,. 2!iV lolb 1101 Erie
1272-0022 Fairchild
T.!. 1271-000:3
C26 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20";,. 25V Erie
C27 Mica. 390 pF ±5%, 100V Elmenco
1272-0022 Fairchild
C28 Cer, 8.2 pF ±.25 pF, 250V Eric
1271-0003 T.!.
C29 Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V Elmenco
1271-0003 T.l.
C30 Mica, 33pF ±5%, 100V Elmenco
1271-0003 T.!.
C31 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 10011 0111-1 Erie
C32 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 111115 00 I Erie
C33 Cer, 0.05 J-L F +80% -20%, 25V 100f, onll Eric
C34 Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-11U:I:l Elmenco
2025-0005 T.!.
C35 Cer, 8.2 pF ±.25 pF, 250V 1005-0043 Erie
2025-0011 Fairchild
T.!. 2025-0003
C36 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 100S·01l).} Erie
C37 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C3f1 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005 -001" Erie
C:1H Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Er:e
C40 Mica. 390 pF ±5%, 100V I 1002-003:1 Elmenco
1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
C41 Mica. 10 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-001U Elmenco
1066 -1525 Allen-Bradley
C42 cr. 0.05 I-iF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
1066-2225 Allen-Bradley
C43 l'l'. 0.05 II F +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
1066 -1035 Allen-Bradley
C44 Mica. :J90 pF j 511, 100V 1002-0033 Elmenco
C45 Miea, 10 pF .1.5"', 100V 1002-0016 Elmenco
1066-2735 Allen- Bradley
1066-6815 Allen- Bradley
C46 Cer, 0.05 1/ P +80% -20%. 25V 1005-0014 Erie
1066-1525 Allen- Bradley
1066-1225 Allen- Bradley
1066-2215 Alien- Bradley
6-2
I
CKT. REF.
R11
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
H27
R28
R29
R30
R31
DESCRIPTION
RESISTORS (Continued)
Comp, 100 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 100 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, l/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.3k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ±5'll, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm l'o1W
Comp, 3.3k phm
Comp,. 10k ohm , I '4W
Comp,. IOI{ 'Ihn! 1 4W
Comp, '1ttl'll I I-lW
\,llllp. 101. uhm
nmp, 10k Qhm
ump, 3.:Jk whm
I1lp, !'i Jjk ohm
Compo 5.Gk ohm
Comp, 1kohm ±5%. 1/4W
C/E STOCK NO.
1066-1015

1066-1035
1066-5615
1066-3925
1066-5615
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3325
1066-3925
1066-3925
1066-3325
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-5625
1066-5625
1066-3925
MFR.
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen - Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen - Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
A lien- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
DIODES
CR1 Si, Zener 6.8V, 1N957 1281-0007 Motorola
CR2 Si, SD-1 1281-0023 Diodes Inc.
CR3 Si, 1N3064 1281-0013 Transitron
COILS
L1
L2
RF Choke, 680 IlH ±5%
RF Choke, 220 IlH ±5%
1585-0023
1585-0018
Delevan
iIDelevan
L3 RF Choke, 220 IlH ±5% 1585-0018 Delevan
L4 Val' Inductor, .19-.21 IlH 1596-0010 TRW
L5 Val' Inductor, .50-.75 IlH 1596-0011 TRW
L6 Val' Inductor •. 19-.21 I1H 1596-0010 TRW
L7 Val' Inductor •. 50-.75 liH 1596-0011 TRW
L8 Val' Inductor, .19-.21 IJ.H 1596-0010 TRW
L9
L10
RF Choke, 220 fJ.H +5%
Val' Inductor •. 19-.2 I /lH
1585-0018
1596-0010
Delevan
!I TRW
L11 Val' Inductor .. 10-.21 I' H 1596-0010 TRW
L12 RF Choke, 220 I'll 5 1585-0018 Delevan
L13 RF Choke. 220 ILiI 5 1585-0018 Delevan

Q1 Si, NPN. 2N35ti3 1272 -0022 Fairchild
Q2 St. PNP, 2N4121 1272 -0023 Fairchild
Q3 Si, NPN,. 2N3liQ:J 1272-0022 Fairchild
Q4 Si, NPN, 2N:l50:J 1272-0022 Fairchild
Q5 Si, PNP. '1'IR37 1271-0003 T.r.
Q6 Si, NPN, 2!'l35G3 1272-0022 Fairchild
Q7 Si, PNP. TIS37 1271-0003 T.r.
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INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC 1 TTL Dual Flip-Flop, SN7476N 2025-0005 T.r.
IC2 RTL Buffer, U8A-9900-28X 2025 -0011 Fairchild
IC3 TTL NAND Gates, SN7400 2025-0003 T.r.
RESISTORS
R1 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066 -1035 Allen- Bradley
R2 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bra dley
R3 Comp, 1.5k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1525
R4 Comp, 2.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 Allen- Bra dley
R5 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1!4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R6 Comp, 27k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066 -27 35
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R7 Comp, 680 ohm ±5%, l/4W 1066-6815 Allen- Bradley
R8 Comp, 1.5k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066 -1525 Allen-Bradley
R9 Comp, 1.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1225 Allen- Bradley
RIO Comp, 220 ohm ±4%, 1I4W 1066-2215 Allen- Bradley
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C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
CIO
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
C17
C18
C19
C20
C21
C22
C23
C24
C25
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41
C42
C43
C44
C45
C46
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Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Poly, 0.0012 liF ±10%, 10C
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Poly, 0.0027 IJ.F ±10%, 10C
Cer, 0.05 Il F +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Mica, 180 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Elect., 15 IlF, 6V
Mica, 91 pF ±5%, 100V
Elect., 15 IlF, 6V
Mica, 91 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 fJ.F +80% -20%,2
Cer, 0.05 IJ.F +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 8.2 pF ± .25 pF, 250V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V
Mica, 10 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 liF +80% -20%. 2
Cer, 0.05 fJ.F +80% -20%; 2
Cer, 0.05 Il F +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 8.2 pF ±.25 pF, 250V
Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V
Mica, 33 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IJ.F +80% -20%, 2
Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 8.2 pF ± .25 pF, 250V
Cer, 0.05 Il F +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 fJ.F +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V
Mica, 10 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 fJ.F +80% -20%, 2
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 2
Mica, 390 pF ±5%, 100V
Mica, 10 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 fJ.F +80% -20%, 2

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6-3
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CAPACITORS
C1 Elect., 15 /IF, 6V 1013-0009 Sprague
C2 Cer, 0.05 JLF +80% -20%. 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C3 Mica. 270 pF - 5 , 100V 1002-0031 Elmenco
C4 Elect.. 15 JlF, 6V 1013-0009 Sprague
C5 Cer, 0.05 fJ.F +80 -20%,25V 1005-0014 Erie
C6 Elect., 100 J.1.F, 6V 1013-0006 Sprague
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DIODES
CR1 Si, SD-1 1281-0023 Diodes Inc.
CR2 Si, SD-1 1281-0023 Diodes Inc.
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC 1 TTL Decade Counter, S N 7 4 9 0 ~ 2025-0002 T.r.
IC2 DTL Flip-Flop, SN15850 . 2025-0009 T.r.
IC3 RTL NOR Gates, U8A-9914-28X 2025-0010 Fairchild
IC4 TTL NAND Gates, SN7400N 2025-0003
T.r.
IC5 TTL Decade Counter, S1\74901\ 2025-0002 T.!.
IC6 RTL NOR Gates, U8A-9914-28X 2025-0010 Fairchild
IC7 TTL Decade Counter, S1\7490N 2025-0002 T.!.
IC8 TTL Decade Counter, S N 7 4 9 0 ~ 2025-0002 T.!.
IC9 RTL Buffer, U8A-9900-28X 2025-0011 Fairchild
IC10 TTL NAND Gates, SN7400 2025-0003 T.r.
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TRANSISTORS
Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
RESISTORS
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R2 Comp, 3.9k ohms ± 5%, 1/4W
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R3 Comp, 470 ohms ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-4715 Allen-Bradley
R4 Comp, 2.2k ohms ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 Allen-Bradley
R5 Comp, 100 ohms ± 5%, 1/2W 1067-1015 Allen-Bradley
R6 Comp, 3.3k ohms ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3325 Allen-Bradley
R7 Comp, 2.2k ohms ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 Allen- Bradley
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6-5
CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO.
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mODES
CR1 Dual Si MMSD6100 1283-0002 Motorola
CR2 Voltage Val', C Diode V47A 1281-0019 TRW'
CR3 Dual Si MMSD6100 1283-0002 Motorola
CR4 Dual Si MMSD6100 1283-0002 Motorola
CR5 Dual Si MMSD6100 1283-0002 Motorola
COILS
L1 RF Choke, 100 IlH 1. 5 % 1585-0017 Deleva
L2 RF Choke, 100 IlH 5 % 1585-0017 Delevall
L3 Val', 0.83-1.6 IlH 1596-0018 Delevar
L4 RF Choke, 100 IlH ±5% 1585-0017 Deleval
L5 RF Choke, 120 IlH 1585-0033 Delevar
L6 Val', 0.83-1.6 IlH 1596-0018 Deleval
L7 RF Choke, 180 IlH ±5% 1585-0035 Deleval{
L8 Val', 1.7-3.4 IlH 1596-0019 Delevar'l
L9 RF Choke, 220 /l.H ± 5 % 1585-0018
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Lll RF Choke, 100 IlH ± 5% 1585-0017
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TRANSISTORS
Q1
Q2
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Si. NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3563
1272-0022
1272-0022
1272-0022
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Fairchmd
Fairchilid
RESISTORS
R1 Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1OlJ6-IO:l Allen-Ejradley
R2 Comp, 220 ohm ±5%, 1/2W IOG7-2215 Allen-§radley
R3 Camp, 220 ohm ± 5%, 1/2W IP1l7-:!21(j Allen­
R4 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1 Allen­ radley
R5 Comp, 15k ohm .1-50/", 1!4W 1006-1535 Allen­ radley
R6 Comp, 10k ohm '.5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 A
R7 Comp, 8.2k ohm 5'1[, 1!4W 1066-8225 Allen- .radley
R8 Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W 1066-1035 Allen-E, adley
R9 Comp, 6.8k ohm :t .. 1/4W 1066-6825 Allen­
RIO Comp, 1k ohm 5%. 1I4W 1066-·1025 Allen- 9radley
Rll Comp, 22k ohm ± 5 %. 1!4W 1066-2235 Allen- Eradlev
R12 Comp, 33k ohm 5'1;" 1!4W 1066-3335 Allen- Bradley
R13 Comp, 8.2k ohm J 5%, 1/4W 1066-8225 Allen- E1radlcy
R14 Comp, 1.2k ohm i 5%. 1!4W 1066-1225
R15 Compo 27k ohm 5%, 1!4W 1066-2735
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R16 Comp, 2.2k ohm· 5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 Allen­ radley
R17 Comp, 1.2k ohm..!. 5%, 1/4W 1066-1225 Allen­ adley
R18 Comp, 12k ohm _ 5%, 1/4W 1066-1235 Allen- Bradley
R19 Comp, 120 ohm 1/4W 1066-1215 Allen- Ekadley
R20 Comp, 22k ohm ±. 5%, 1/4W 1066-2235 Allen­
CKT. REF.
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
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C24
C25
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
C36
C37
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C45
C46
C47
C48
C49
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CAPACITORS
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 10 pF ±5%, 100V
Mica, 39 pF ± 2 %, 100V
Mica, 96 pF ..I. 1%, 100V
Cer, 0.01 pF +80% 25V
Cer, 0.05 /1F' tsor'!i 25V
Elcet., 100 Ii 1". 25V
Val'. 1-1.8 Iil"
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MIl,;:l. 43 pF '5%, 100V
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Mica, :lG pF -;;5%, 100V
Val" "-la.<;s 1-18 pF
Mic;,"30 pf' z5%, 100V
Val", glass, 1-18 pI"
Mica. 22 pF ± 5 %, 100V
Val', glass, 1-18 pF
Mica, 15 pF 100V
Val', glass, 1-18 pF
Mica, 10 pF .:05%, 100V
Val', glass, 1-18 pF
Cer, 4.7 pF ±0.25 pF, 250\1
Val', glass, 1-18 pF
Mica, 10 pF 5 %, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 pF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 15 pF ±5%, 100V
Mica, 68 pF ± 1 %, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 12 pF ±5%, 100V
Mica, 39 pF ±2%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 /l.F +80% -20%, 25V
Cer. 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 470 pF 5%, 100V
eer. 100 pF ± 5 %, 1000V
Mica, 220 pi" 5%, 100V
Cer, 1.5 pF.1 0.25 pF, 250V
Cer, 0.05 ILl" +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 J.LF +80% -20%, 25V
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C/E STOCK NO.
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
1002-0016
1002-0054
1002-0049
1005-0013
1005-0014
1013-0003
1001-0001
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
1002-0014
1002-0049
1002-0084
1002-0015
1001-0001
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1001-0001
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1001-0001
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1001-0001
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1005-0014
1002-0001
1002-0084
1005-0014
1005-0014
1002-0017
1002-0054
1005-0014
1005-0014
1002-0035
1005-0046
1002-0029
1005-0041
1005-0014
1005-0014
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Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Elmenco
Elmenco
Erie
Erie
Sprague
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Erie
Erie
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Erie
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RESISTORS
Rl Camp, I.2k ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-1225
R2 Camp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-2725 Allen - Braeley
R3 Camp, 4.7k ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-4725 Allen-Bra ley
R4 Camp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-2725
R5 Camp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-2725 Allen- Bratlley
R6 Camp, 560 ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-5615
R7 Camp, 220 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2215 A lIon -
R8 Camp, 12 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1205 Allcn-Bratlley
R9 Camp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-5615 Allen-
RIO Camp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-2725 AlIen -l3ratlley
Rll Camp, 470 ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-4715 Allen - Bratley
R12 Camp, I.2k ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-1225 Allen-Bra ley
R13 Camp, I.2k ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-1225
R14 Camp, 120 ohm ±5%, I/4W 1066-1215 Allen- Bratlley
'KT. REF.
Cl
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
CI0
Cll
C12
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C14
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CAPACITORS
Cer, 0.05 /.iF +80% -20%, 25V
Not Used
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Cer, 0.05 /.iF +80% -20%. 25V
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Cer, 0.05 ,11 1" -i -20'ft, 25 V
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DIODES
Si, SD-l
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
SN7400N
SN7476N
SN7440N
SN7472N
U8A-9914-28X
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SN7476N
SN7430N
SN7400N
COILS
RF Choke, 47 /.iH ±5%
RF Choke, 47 /.iH ± 5%
RF Choke, 47 /.iH ±5%
RF Choke, 47 /.iH ± 5%
TRANSISTORS
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, PNP, 2N4121
Si, NPN, 2N3646
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CAPACITORS
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
Cer, 0.05 Jl F +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 Jl F +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 Jl F +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 Jl F +80% -20%, 25V
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1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
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Erie
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Cer, 0.05 JlF +80% -20%, 25V
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1005-0014
1005-0014
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Erie
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IC1
IC2
IC3
IC4
IC5
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SN7476N
SN7400N
SN7476N
SN7400N
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RF Choke, 47 JlH ±5%
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1585 -0010
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R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
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Camp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
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1066-2725
1066-2725
1066-2725
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R8
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Camp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
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1066-2725
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6-11
C9
CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
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C6
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IC4
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CAPACITORS
Cer, 0.05 J.1. F +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 J.1.F +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 J.1.F +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 J.1. F +80% -20%, 25V
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SN7400N
SN7476N
SN7400N
SN7400N
SN7476N
SN7476N
SN7400N
COILS
RF Choke, 47 J.1.H ±5%
RF Choke, 47 J.1.H ±5%
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
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1005 -0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005 -0014
1013-0009
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1281-0013
1281-0013
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2025-0005
2025-0003
2025-0005
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Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Sprague
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Sprague
Sylvania
Sylvania
Sylvania
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Delevan
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H4
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117
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Comp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Cllmp. 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
CIIIl1P, 2.71\ ohm ±5%, 1/4W
C'"Tlp. 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
1066·2725
1066··2725
1066-272:'
1066-2725
1066-2725
1066-2725
1066-2725
Allen-Bradley
AlIen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
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Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
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RESISTORS
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CAPACITORS I
R1
R2
R3
R4
Camp, 3.3k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Camp, 15k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Camp, 220k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
1066-3325
1066-1035
1066-1535
1066-2245
llen- Bradley
llA.llen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley

C1
C2
C3
C4
Poly, 0.022 Ill" ± 10%, 100V
Mica, 180 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 I.LF +80% -20%. 25V
Cer, 0.05 Ill" +BO% -20%. 25V
1008-0034
1002-0005
1005-0014
1005-0014
Sprague
Elmenco
Erie
Erie
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R6
R7
Camp, 22k ohm, 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 8.2k ohm 1/4W
1066-2235
1066-8225
Bradley

C6
C7
Cer, .1 ILl" j 20%
Elect., 100 I"F, 25V
1005-0044
1013-0003
Sprague
Sprague
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R9
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Camp, 4.7k ollin ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 1k ohm ± 5%1 1/4W
1066-4725
1066-1025
fl.llen- Bradley
tllen-Bradley
C9
C10
P'ily, O.Hi j.,(F 200V
Cel', .1 IlF • 2011
1008-0035
1005-0044
Sprague
Sprague
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Rll Camp, 2.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 'Allen- Bradley Cll EIL'C:l., JOO ItF. 1013-0003 Sprague
R12 Camp, 2.2k ohm :1:5%. 1!4W 1066-2225 kllen-Bradley C12 Poly. 0.1 /jf JO%.lOOV 1008-0031 Sprague
R13 Camp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 tllen- Bradley 'D Pf'iIYL':lI·IJOIIl.P-I\!, O.3!J 1;'1" 10%. 200V 1008-0037 Elpac
R14 Camp, 1k ohm ±5%, 1!4W 1066-1025 llen- Bradley 14 Mit-a, 330 pI? 5%.10OV 1002-0032 Elmenco
R15 Comp, 5.6k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1060-5625 llen- Bradley 15 POlly. n.06H ILF k 10%, 100V 1008-0036 Sprague
R16
R17
R18
Camp, 4.7k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 2.2 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 47k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
106li-4.725
1060-2.225
1066-4735
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Elect., 25 jJ.F, 25V
Mica, 200 pF ± 5%, 100V
1013-0010
1013-0010
1002-0042
Sprague
Sprague
Elmenco
R19 Camp, 2.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 . llen-Bradley Cl Poly, 0.0056 Ill" ± 10%, 100V 1008-0022 Sprague
R20 Camp, lk ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen- Bradley
R21 Camp, 15k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1535 DIODES
R22 Camp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 {I.llen-Bradley
R23 Camp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-5615 tllen-Bradley CR1 Si, SD-1 1281-0023 Diodes Inc.
R24 Camp, 4.7k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-4725 1 llen-Bradley CR2 Si, 1N3064 1281-0013 Transitron
R25 Val', WW, 10 turn, 5k ohm, 1/2W 1215-0003
rourns
CR3 Si, 1N3064 1281-0013 Transitron
CR4 Si, Zener, 15V, 1N4744 1281-0028 Motorola
R26 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 10G()-1035 Allen-Bradley
R27 Comp, 1.5k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1525
R28 Camp, 33k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1001;1-3335 Allen-Bradley INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC1 RTL, NOH Galcs. UBA-9\1J4-2HX 2025-0010 Fain;l1ild
IC2 RTL, NOH UUA-Q9J4-26X 2025-00],0 Fairchild
IC3 R'I'L, NOn G"ll'lt, lJaA-'1914-2ax 2025-0010 Fairchild
IC4 )l'-Am". SN727IJ!:lI. 2025-0014 T.r.
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Ll II CI1'Jkc, 220 ,"I 15B[;-IJQIH Delevan
L2 '" RE' CIi'Jkc, 120 IIII l!i85-0033 Delevan
TRANS1.STORS
Q1 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
I Q2 Si, PNP, 2N4121 1272-0023 Fairchild
Q3 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017 Fairchild
Q4 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017 Fairchild
Q5 N Channel FET, 2N4092 1272-0025 Amelco
Q6 Si, PNP, 2N4121 1272-0023 Fairchild
Q7 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
Q8 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
Q9 N Channel FET, 2N4092 1272-0025 Amelco
Q10 P Channel MOS-FET MEM 5llA 1272-0026 General Inst.
Qll Si, PNP, 2N4121 1272-0023 Fairchild
Q12 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
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6-15
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CAPACITORS (Continued)
C53 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C54 Mica, 82 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-0020

C55 Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V ne
C56 Mica, 270 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0031 lmenco
C57 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 rie
C58 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 !Erie
DIODES
CRI Si, IN3064 1281-0013
CR2 Ge, G633 1282-0005
CR3 Ge, G633 1282-0005
CR4 Si, IN3064 1281-0013 I
CR5 Si, IN3064 1281-0013 ransitron
I II COILS
Ll RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011
L2 RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011
L3 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010
L4 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010
L5 RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011
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L7 RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011

L8 RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011 elevan
L9 RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011 elevan
LI0 RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011 elevan
L11 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010
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L12 RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011 elevan
L13 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010 RW
L14 RF Choke, 12 /-LH ± 10% 1585-0011 elevan
I L15 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010 RW
L16 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010

L17 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010 RW
L18 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010 iTRW
L19 Val', .19-.21 /-LH 1596-0010 I
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TRANSISTORS
Ql Si, TIS37 1271-0003
Q2 Si, TIS37 1271-0003
Q3 Si, TIS37 1271-0003
Q4 Si, TIS37 1271-0003
Q5 Si, TIS37 1271-0003
Q6 Si, TIS37
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Q7 Si, TIS37 1271-0003

Q8 Si, TIS37 1271-0003 I . I.
Q9 Si, TIS37 1271-0003 (T.I.
QI0 Si, TIS37 1271-0003 tr.I.
RESISTORS
Rl Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 I
R2 I Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W I 1066-1035 llen-Bradley
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CAPACITORS
Cl Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C2 Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Erie
C3 Mica, 91 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0027 Elmenco
C4 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C5 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C6 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C7 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C8 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C9 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
CI0 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
Cll Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C12 Mica, 91 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-0027 Elmenco
C13 Cer, 2.2 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0017 Erie
C14 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C15 Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Erie
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C16 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C17 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C18 Mica, 33 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-0024 Elmenco
C19 Val', eel', 9-35 pF 1001-0006 Erie
C20 Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0035 Elmenco
C21 Cer, 0.05 /-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C22 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C23 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C24 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C25 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C26 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C27 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C28 Mica, 82 pF ± 5 %, 100V 1002-0020 Elmenco
C29 Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Erie
C30 Cer, 0.002 /-LF±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C31 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C32 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C33 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C34 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C35 Mica, 68 pF .± 5 %, 100V 1002-0013 Elmenco
C36 Cer, 5.6 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0042 Erie
C37 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C38 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C39 Mica, 82 pF ± 5 %, 100V 1002-0020 Elmenco
C40 Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Erie
C41 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C42 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C43 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C44 Mica, 68 pF±5%, 100V 1002-0013 Elmenco
C45 Cer, 4.7 ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0015 Erie
C46 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C47 Mka, 82 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-0020 Elmenco
C48 Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Erie
C49 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C50 Cer, 0.002 /-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C51 Mica, 75 pF ± 2 %, 100V 1002-0025 Elmenco
C52 Cer, 2.2 pF 10 .25 pF, 500V 1005-0017 Erie
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Allen-Bradley
1066-3925 , Allen-Bradley
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1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
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1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
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1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
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1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
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1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
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1066·3925 Allen-Bradley
1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
1066-3925 Allen-Bradley I
Allen- Bradley
1066-1035
1066-1035
Allen-Bradley I
1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
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CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
RESISTORS (Continued)
R3 Camp, lk ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
R4 Camp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R5 Camp, 3.9k ohm' 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
R6 Camp, 10k ohm x 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R7 Camp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R8 Camp, 10k ohm ;1,.5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R9 Camp, lk ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen- Bradley
RIO Camp, lk ohm 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
R11 Camp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
R12 Camp, 22k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2235 Allen- Bradley
R13 Camp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R14 Camp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R15 Camp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
R16 Camp, 22k ohm, 5%, 1/4W 1066-2235 Allen-Bradley
R17 Camp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R18 Camp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R19 Camp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
R20 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R21 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
R22 Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
R23 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R24 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R25 Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
R26 Comp, 10k ohm ±-5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R27 Comp, 10k ohm olo5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R28 Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
R29 Comp, lk ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen- Bradley
TRANSFORMERS
Tl Toroid, .31 J..lH primary inductance 1579-0007 Cushman
CKT. REF.
C53
C54
C55
C56
C57
C58
CRI
CR2
CR3
CR4
CR5
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L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
L8
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L12
L13
L14
L15
L16
L17
L18
L19
Ql
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
QI0
Rl
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DESCRIPTION
CAPACITORS (Continued)
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 82 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Mica, 270 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ± 20%, 600V
DIODES
Si, lN3064
Ge, G633
Ge, G633
Si, IN3064
Si, IN3064
COILS
RF Choke, 12 J..lH ± 10%
RF Choke, 12 fiH ± 10%
Var, .19-.21 J..lH
Var, .19-.21 J..lH
RF Choke, 12 J..lE ol,10%
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RF Choke, 12 J..lH ± 10%
RF Choke, 12 J..lH ± 10%
RF Choke, 12 J..lH ± 10%
RF Choke, 12 J..lH ± 10%
Var, .19-.21 J..lH
RF Choke, 12 J..lH ± 10%
Var, .19- .21 J..lH
RF Choke, 12 J..lH ± 10%
Var, .19-.21 J..lH
Var, .19-.21 J..lH
Var, .19-.21 J..lH
Var, .19-.21 J..lH
Var, .19-.21 J..lH
TRANSISTORS
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
Si, TIS37
RESISTORS
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
C/E STOCK NO.
1005-0003
1002-0020
1005-0011
1002-0031
1005-0003
1005-0003
1281-0013
1282-0005
1282-0005
1281-0013
1281-0013
1585-0011
1585-0011
1596-0010
1596-0010
1585-0011
1585-0011
1585-0011
1585-0011
1585-0011
1596-0010
1585-0011
1596-0010
1585-0011
1596-0010
1596-0010
1596-0010
1596-0010
1596-0010
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
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1271-0003
1066-1035
1066-1035
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Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
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Cer, 0.002 J..lF ± 20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ,,20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ± 20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 91 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, 2.2 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 33 pF ± 5%, 100V
Var, cer, 9-35 pF
Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 fiF +80% -20%, :
Cer, 0.002 /IF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 82 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 68 pF ± 5 %, 100V
Cer, 5.6 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 82 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 68 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 4.7 ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 82 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.002 J..lF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 75 pF ±2%, 100V
I Cer, 2.2 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
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C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
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Allen-Bradley 1066-3925
Allen-Bradley 1066-1035
1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley 1066-1025
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1271-0003 T.!.
T.I. 1271-0003
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Fairchild 1272-0022
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T.I. 1271-0003
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DIODES
CRI
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CR2 Si, IN3064 1281-0013 Transitron
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC1
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1)0' E.
IC2 TTL, Gate Package SN7400N 2025-0003 T.!.
COILS
Ll RF Choke, 220 J-LH ± 5 % 1585-0018 Delevan
L2 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 J-LH 1596-0010 TRW
L3 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 J-LH 1596-0010 TRW
L4 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 J-LH 1596-0010 TRW
L5 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0'.21 J-LH 1596-0010 TRW
L6 RF Choke, 15 J-LH ± 10% 1585-0034 Delevan
1.,7 RF Choke, 15 J-LH ± 10% 1585-0034 Delevan
L8 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 J-LH 1596-0010 TRW
L9 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 J-LH 1596-0010 TRW
LI0 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 J-LH 1596-0010 TRW
L11 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 J-LH 1596-0010
IjTRW L12 RF Choke, 15 J-LH ± 10% 1585-0034 Delevan
L13 RF Choke, 15 J-LH ± 10% 1585-0034 Delevan
RESISTORS
Rl Comp, 220 ohm ±-5%, 1/4W 1066-2215 Allen- Bradley
R2 Comp, 22k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2235 Allen- Bradley
R3 Comp, 22 ohm ±-5%, 1/4W 1066-2205 Allen- Bradley
R4 Comp, lOOk ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1045 Allen- Bradley
R5 Comp, lk ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen- Bradley
R6 Camp, 10 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1005 Allen- Bradley
R7 Camp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-5615 Allen- Bradley
R8 Comp, 10k ohm ",5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
R9 Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
RIO Camp, 10k ohm±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
R11 Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
R12 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
R13 Comp, 10k ohm =5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R14 Comp, 3.9k ohm.! 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
R15 Camp, 10k ohm ±5%. 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R16 Comp, 10k ohm ±5'10. 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
R17 Camp, lk ohm :105%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allell- Bradley
R18 Camp, 10 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1005 Allen-Bradley
R19 Comp, 560 ohm ,,5%, 1/4W 1066-5615 Allen-Bradley
R20 Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
R21 Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
R22 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen- Bradley
R23 Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
R24 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 . Allen-Bradley
R25 Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 IAllen-Bradley
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CAPACITORS
C1 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C2 Elect., 1 J-LF, 25V 1013-0004 Sprague
C3 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C4 Mica, 470 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-0035 Elmenco
C5 Mica. 51 pF ± 5%, 100V I 1002·0045 Elmenco
C6 I Elect., 15 J-LF, 25V 1013-0005 Sprague
C7 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C8 Elect., 250 J-LF, 12V 1013-0012 Sprague
C9 Elect., 100 IlF, 25V 1013-0003 Sprague
CI0 Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0035 EJlmenco
C11 Elect" 100 J-LF, 25V 1013-0003 Sprague
C12 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C13 Mica, 91 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0027 Elmenco
C14 Cer, 3.3 pF C" .25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Sprague
C15 Cer, 0.002 J-LF 120%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C16 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C17 Mica, 91 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0027 Elmenco
C18 Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Sprague
C19 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C20 Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C21 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V
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C22 Mica, 91 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0027 Elmenco
C23 Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Sprague I
C24 Cer, 0.002 IlF ±-20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C25 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C26 Mica, 91 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0027 Elmenco
C27 Cer, 3.3 pF ±.25 pF, 500V 1005-0011 Sprague
C28 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ~ 2 0 % , 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C29 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±-20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C30 Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C31 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C32 Mica, 150 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-0021 Elmenco
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C34 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C35 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C36 Mica, 150 pF .:<5%, 100V 1002-0021 Elmenco
C37 Cer, 4.7 pF ± .25 pF, 500V 1005-0015 Sprague
C38 Cer, 0.002 J-LF 3020%, 600V
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C39 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
I C40 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C41 Mica, 150 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0021 Elmenco
C42 Cer, 4.7 pF i.25%, 500V 1005-0015 Sprague
C43 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C44 Cpr, 0.002 J-LF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C45 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C46 Mica, 150 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0021 Elmenco
C47 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
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C49 Cer, 0.002 J-LF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C50 Cer, 0.05 J-LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
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R26
R27
R28
R29
RESISTORS (Continued)
Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
1066-3925
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-1025
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
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Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
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TRANSISTORS
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
1272-0022
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
1272-0022
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
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CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
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CR2
IC1
IC2
L1
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
L8
L9
L10
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L13
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Si, 1N3064
Si, 1N3064
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
Audio Amp., PA-222
TTL, Gate Package SN7400N
COILS
RF Choke, 220 IlH ±59'0
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 IlH
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 IlH
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 IlH
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 IlH
RF Choke, 15 IlH ± 10%
RF Choke, 15 IlB ± 10%
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 IlH
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 IlH
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 IlH
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 IlH
RF Choke, 15 IlH ± 10%
RF Choke, 15 J.LH :!: 10%
1281-0013
1281-0013
2025-0015
2025-0003
1585-0018
1596-0010
1596-0010
1596-0010
1596-0010
1585-0034
1585-0034
1596-0010
1596-0010
1596-0010
1596-0010
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1585-0034
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TRW
TRW
TRW
Delevan
Delevan
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R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
RIO
Rll
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
RESISTORS
Comp, 220 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 22k ohm ±59'0, 1!4W
Comp, 22 ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, lOOk ohm± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 10 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 560 ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
Comp, 10k ohm±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%. 1/4W
Comp, lk ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
Comp, 10 ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
Comp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1!4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±59'0, 1!4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
1066-2215
1066-2235
1066-2205
1066-1045
1066-1025
1066-1005
1066-5615
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-1025
1066-1005
1066-5615
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-1035
1066-1035
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Allen- Bradley
IAllen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
IAllen- Bradley
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Allen- Bradley
' Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
, Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
, Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
I Allen-Bradley
IAllen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
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DESCRIPTI<
Cl
C2
C3
C4
C5
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
Elect., 1 IlF, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, 100V
Mica, 51 pF ±5%, 100V
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
Elect., 15 IlF, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
Elect., 250 IlF, 12V
Elect., 100 IlF, 25V
Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, 100V
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
Elect., 100 IlF, 25V
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600\
Mica, 91 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 IlF ± 20%,600\
C16
C17
C18
C19
C20
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600\
Mica, 91 pF ±59'0, 100V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 IlF ;1,20%,600\
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600\
C21
C22
C23
C24
C25
Cer, 0.002 IlF :20%, 600\
Mica, 91 pF ±59'0, 100V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 IlF ± 20%, 600\
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600\
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
Mica, 91 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 3.3 pF ± .25 pF, 500V
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600\
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600\
Cer, 0.002 IlF 120%, 600\
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
Cer, 0.002 IlF ± 20%, 600"1
Mica, 150 pF ±59'0, 100V
Cer, 4.7 pF ± .25 pF, 500\'
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600"1
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600"1
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
Mica, 150 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, 4.7 pF ± .25 pF, 500\'
Cer, 0.002 IlF ± 20%, 600"1
Cer, 0.002 IlF:!: 20%,600'
Cer, 0.002 IlF ± 20%,600'
C41
C42
C43
C44
C45
Mica, 150 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, 4,7 pF ±.259'0, 500V
Cer, 0.002 IlF ± 20%, 600'
Cpr, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600'
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600i
C46
C47
C48
C49
C50
Mica, 150 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 6001
Cer, 4.7 pF ± .25 pF, 500\
Cer, 0.0021lF ±20%, 6001
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
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C31
C36
Q2
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CI5
C35
CI8
C41
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C22
C20 Q7
C39
C38
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C42
C24
C46
C21
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C23
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R22
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I E STOCK NO.
1066-4725
1066-4715
1066-2215
1066-5105
1579-0013
1579-0013
MFR.
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
I Cushman
Cushman
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CKT.REP.
Ll
L2
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
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L8
L9
LI0
L11
L12
L13
L14
ICI
IC2
Ql
Q2
Q3
Q4
Rl
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
RIO
Rll
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
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DESCRIPTION
COILS
RF Choke, 12 J..LH ± 10%
Val' I!lductor, 0.19-0.21 J..LH
RF Choke, 1 J..LH ± 10%
RF Choke, 0.56 J..LH ± 10%
RF Choke, 0.68 J..LH ± 10%
Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 J..LH
Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 J..LH
Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 J..LH
Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 J..LH
Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 J..LH
RF Choke, 12 J..LH ±- 10%
Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 J..LH
Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 J..LH
RF Choke, 12 J..LH ± 10%
INTEGRATED CrnCUITS
RF Ampl, CA3028A
I RF Ampl, CA3028A
TRANSISTORS
Si, NPN, 2N3563
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Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3563
RESISTORS
Comp, 120 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 68 ohm 0105%, 1/4W
Comp, 51 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, lk ohm ±-59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ±- 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 5.6k ohm ±-59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 51 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 270 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1.5k ohm ±-59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 150 ohm ±- 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm 01. 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 8.2k ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Pot, comp, lk ohm ±- 20%, 1/4W
Comp, 68 ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 330 ohm ± 5%, 1/2W
Comp, 1.5k ohm ±5%,1/4W
Comp, 5.6k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 51 ohm :5%, 1/4W
Comp, 12k ohm ±-59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ±-59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 680 ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, lk ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Compo 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 51 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
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C/E STOCK NO.
1585-0011
1596-0010
1584-0027
1585-0036
1585-0024
7050-0021
7050-0021
7050-0021
7050-0021
7050-0021
1585-0011
7050-0021
7050-0021
1585-0011
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2025-0012
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2025-0012
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1272-0022
1272-0022
1272-0022
1272-0022
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1066-1215
1066-6805
1066-5105
1066-1025
1066-2225
1066-5625
1066-5105
1066-2715
1066-1525
1066-1515
1066-2225
1066-2225
1066-8225
1200-0012
1066-6805
1067-3315
1066-1525
1066-5625
1066-5105
1 1235
1066-3925
1066-6815
1066-1025
1066-3925
1066-5105
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DelJan
Cusq.man
Delevan
Delevan
Dellan
Cushman
Cusllman
Cushman
Cusl)man
Cushman
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Cushman
Cushman
Dele,van
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IRCA
RCA'
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Fairchild
Fairchild
Fairphild
Fairchild
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Allelt Bradley
Alle1l- Bradley
Allel\- Bradley
Aller Bradley
Aller -Bradley
AllerBradley
Aller -Bradley
Alle - Bradley
AlI'l""dley
I Allel -Bradley
Allell- Bradley
Alled- Bradley
Allel!- Bradley
AlleJ -Bradley
Alie11- Bradley
Allej- Bradley
Alle -Bradley

Alle -Bradley
AlletBradley
lIe!""die, A AHe - Bradley
AHel Bradl.ey
Aller Bradley
Alle -Bradley
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C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
CI0
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
I I
C16
C17
I r
C18
C19
C20
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C21
C22
C23
C24
C25
C26
C27
II I
C28
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41
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CRI
CR2
CR3
CR4
CR5
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DESCRIPTION
I CAPACITORS
Cer, .05 J..LF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, .05 J..LF +80% -20%. 25V
Cer, .05 J..LF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, .002 J..LF ± 20%, 600V
Cer, .05 J..LF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, .002 J..LF ± 20%, 600V
Cer, .002 J..LF ±20%, 600V
Mica, 68 pF ± 5%, 100V
Mic2., 330 pF ± 5%, 100V
Mica, 33 pF ±-59'0, 100V
Mica, 56 pF ±- 5%, 100V
Elect., 15 J..LF, 25V
Mica, 470 pF ±-59'0, 100V
Mica, 270 pF ±- 5%, 100V
Mica, 430 pF ±-59'0, 100V
Mica, 220 pF ±- 5%, 100V
Mica, 270 pF ±-59'0, 100V
Elect., 15 J..LF, 25V
Elect., 15 J..LF, 25V
Mica, 100pF ± 5%, 100V
Mica, 68 pF ±- 5%, 100V
Cer, 5.6 pF ±- .25 pF, 500V
Mica, 33 pF ±- 5%, 100V
Cer, 5.6 pF ±- .25 pF, 500V
Cer, .05 J..LF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 43 pF ±-59'0, 100V
Mica, 12 pF ±-59'0, 100V
Cer, .002 J..LF ±-20%, 600V
eel', .002 J..LF ±- 20%, 600V
Cer, .002 J..LF ±- 20%, 600V
Mica, 43 pF ±-59'0, 100V
Cer, 6.8 pF ±- .25 pF, 500V
Mica, 39 pF ±59'0, 100V
Mica, 15 pF *-5%. 100V
Cer, .002 J-LF ±20%, 600V
Cer, .002 J-LF ±- 20%, 600V
Mica, 43 pF ± 5 %, 100V
Cer, 8.2 pF ±- .25 pF. 500V
Mica, 68 pF 01.5%, 100V
Mica, 120 pF ±- 5%, 100V
Cer, .002 J-LF ±20%, 600V
I DIODES
Zener, ZD-9.1B
Hot Carrier, HPA2800
Hot Carrier, HPA2800
Hot Carrier, HPA2800
Hot Carrier, HPA2800
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C/E STOCK NO.
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0003
1005-0014
1005-0003
1005-0003
1002-0013
1002-0032
1002-0024
1002-0019
1013-0005
1002-0035
1002-0031
1002-0034
1002-0029
1002-0031
1013-0005
1013-0005
1002-0011
1002-0013
1005-0042
1002-0024
1005-0042
1005-0014
1002-0046
1002-0017
1005-0003
1005-0003
1005-0003
1002-0046
1005-0006
1002-0018
1002-0001
1005-0003
1005-0003
1002-0046
1005-0043
1002-0013
1002-0010
1005-0003
1281-0027
1283-0001
1283-0001
1283-0001
1283-0001
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MFR.
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Elmenco
Elmenco
Elmenco
Sprague
Elmenco
Elmenco
Elmenco
Elmenco
Elmenco
Sprague
Sprague
Elmenco
Elmenco
Erie
Elmenco
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Elmenco
Erie
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Erie
Elmenco
Elmenco
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Erie
Elmenco
Elmenco
Erie
Diodes Inc.
HPA
HPA
HPA
HPA
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DESCRIPT ION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
RESISTORS (Continued)
R26 Comp, 4.7k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W 1066-4725 Allen-Bradley
R27 Comp, 470 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-4715 Allen- Bradley
R28 Comp, 220 ohm =: 5%, 1!4W 1066-2215 Allen- Bradley
R29 Comp, 51 ohm Co 5%, 1/4W 1066-5105 Allen- Bradley
TRANSFORMERS
Tl Transformer 1579-0013 Cushman
T2 Transformer 1579-0013 I Cushman
CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
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COILS
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Ll RF Choke, 12 /lH ± 10% 1585-0011 Delevan
L2 Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 /lH 1596-0010 Cushman
L3 RF Choke, 1 /lH ± 10% 1584-0027 Delevan
L4 RF Choke, 0.56 I.LH ± 10% 1585-0036 Delevan
L5 RF Choke, 0.68 /lH ± 10% 1585-0024 Delevan
L6 Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 /lH 7050-0021 Cushman
L7 Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 /lH 7050-0021 Cushman
L8 Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 /lH 7050-0021 Cus&man
L9 Val' Induetor, 0.28-0.34 /lH 7050-0021
LI0 Val' Induetor, 0.28-0.34 /lH 7050-0021
L11 RF Choke, 12 /lH ,,10% 1585-0011 Delevan
L12 Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 /lH 7050-0021 Cushman
L13 Val' Inductor, 0.28-0.34 /lH 7050-0021 Cushman
L14 RF Choke, 12 /lH =: 10% 1585-0011 Dele,·an
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS I
IC 1 RF Ampl, CA3028A 2025-0012 RCA
I IC2 RF Ampl, CA3028A 2025-0012 RCA
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TRANSISTORS
Ql Si, NPN, 2N3563 1272-0022 Fairchild
Q2
Q3
Q4
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3563
1272-0022
1272-0022
1272-0022
Faireild
Fair hild
F'iT
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RESISTORS
Rl Comp, 120 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1215 Aller Bradley
R2 Comp, 68 ohm ±5'70, 1/4W 1066-6805 Alle - Bradley
R3 Comp, 51 ohm ±5'70, 1!4W 1066-5105 AHelt-Bradley
R4
R5
Comp, lk ohm :5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
1066-1025
1066-2225 g:r=
R6 Comp, 5.6k ohm =5%, 1!4W 1066-5625 Alle l-Bradley
R7 Comp, 51 ohm ± 5%, 1!4W 1066-5105 Allen-Bradley
R8 Comp, 270 ohm ±.5'70, 1/4W 1066-2715 Alle,l- Bradley
R9 Comp, 1.5k ohm =5%, 1/4W 1066-1525 Allen-Bradley
RIO Comp, 150 ohm 1/4W 1066-1515
R11 Comp, 2.2k ohm ,),5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 Allel\- Bradley
R12 Comp, 2.2k ohm ;.!:5'70, 1/4W 1066-2225 A11e1,1- Bradley
R13
R14
Comp, 8.2k ohm .,l, 5%, 1/4W
Pot, comp, lk ohm ± 20%, 1/4W
1066-8225
1200-0012
R15 Comp, 68 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-6805 AlleI;l- Bradley
R16 Comp, 330 ohm ±5'70, 1!2W 1067-3315 AlleLBradley
R17 Comp, 1.5k ohm ±5%,1!4W 1066-1525
R18 Comp, 5.6k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-5625 Alle - Bradley
R19 Comp, 51 ohm 10 5%, 1/4W 1066-5105 Alle1t Bradley
R20 Comp, 12k ohm± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1235 AllerBradley
R21 Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen- Bradley
R22 Comp, 680 ohm ±5'70, 1/4W 1066-6815 Allen- Bradley
R23 Comp, lk ohm 10 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
R24 Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 Allen-Bradley
R25 Comp, 51 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-5105 Allen- Bradley
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CKT. REF. I DESCRIPTION I I C/E STOCK NO. MFr'
RESISTORS
Rl Comp, 120 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1215
R2 Comp, lk ohm ±590, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Brpdley
R3 Comp, 1.2k ohm ",5%, 1/4W 1066-1225
R4 Comp, 2.7k ohm =5%, 1/4W 1066-2725 Allen-Bradley
R5 Comp, lk ohm "'5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
R6 Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, l!4W 1066-1225
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R7 Comp, 2.7k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2725 Allen-Bradley
R8 Comp, 220 ohm =5%, 1/2W 1067-2215 Allen-Brfdley
R9 Camp, 68 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-6805 Allen-Br dley
RIO Camp, 180 ohm ± 5%, 1/2W 1067-1815 Allen-Br dley
R11 Comp, lk ohm ±590, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Brfdley
R12 Comp, 150 ohm =5%, 1/2W 1067-1515 Allen-Brjidley
R13 Comp, 180 ohm ±590, 1/2W 1067-1815 Allen-BrjJ.dley
R14 Comp, 3.3k ohm 15%, 1/4W 1066-3325 Allen-Bradley
R15 Camp, 91 ohm 15%, 1/4W 1066-9105
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CAPACITORS
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C2 Feedthru, 1000 pF ± 20%, 500V 1005-0008 Erie
C3 Feedthru, 1000 pF .>.20%, 500V 1005-0008 I Erie
C4 Cer, .05 J1.F + 80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 I Erie
C5 Cer, .002 J1.F ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Eric
C6 Cer, .002 /IF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C7 Cer, .002 /IF .1-20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C8 Cer, .002 /IF .i 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C9 Cer, .002 IJ.F ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C10 Mica, 24 pF :, 5%, 100V 1002-0051 Elmenco
Cll l'vlica, 10 pF :, 5%, 100V 1002-0016 Elmenco
C12 Cer, .002 /IF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C13 Cer, .002 /IF 0,20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C14 Cer, .002 /IF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C15 Cer, .002 /IF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C16 Mica, 36 pF 5%, 100V 1002-0041 Elmenco
C17 Mica, 22 pF :, 5%, 100V 1002-0023 Elmenco
C18 Cer, .002 IJ.F .;. 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C19 Cer, .002 /IF ± 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C20 Cer, .002 /IF . 20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C21 Mica, 30 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0043 Elmenco
C22 Mica, 56 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0019 Elmcnco
C23 Cer, .002 /IF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
C24 Cer, .002 /IF ±20%, 600V 1005-0003 Erie
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CRI Ge, G633 1282-0005 ITT
CR2 Hot Carrier, HPA2900 1283-0001 HPA
CR3 Hot Carrier, HPA2900 1283-0001 HPA
CR4 Si, HPA0136 1282-0006 HPA
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Ll RF Choke, 4.7 /lH ±20% 1585-0021 Delevan
L2 RF Choke, 4.7 /lH ± 20% 1585-0021 Delevan
L3 RF Choke, 4.7 /lH ±20% 1585-0021 Delevan
L4 Val' Inductor, .11-.13 J1.H 7050-0022 Cushman
L5 RF Choke, 4.7 /lH ± 20% 1585-0021 Delevan
L6 RF Choke, 4.7 /lH ± 20% 1585-0021 Delevan
L7 Var Inductor, .11-.13 /lH 7050-0022 Cushman
L8 Val' Inductor, .11-.13 /lH 7050-0022 Cushman
TRANSISTORS
Ql Si, NPN, 2N3563 1272-0022 Fairchild
Q2 Si, NPN, 2N3563 1272-0022 Fairchild
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RESISTORS (Continued)
CKT. REF.
R3
R4
R5
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Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
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1066-2225
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CAPACITORS
Cer, .01 IJ.F +80% -20%, 50V
Cer, .002 IJ.F .:.20%, 600V
Cer, .01 IJ.F +80% -20%. 50V
Cer, .002 IJ.F '" 20%, 600V
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Cer, .002 IJ.F ± 20%, 600V
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Mica, 18 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, .002 IJ.F ",20%, 600V
Mica, 47 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, .002 IJ.F ,,20%, 600V
Mica, 15 pF .>.5%, 100V
Cer, .002 IlF 1:20%, 600V
Cer, .002 IlF .1.20%, 600V
Mica, 47 pF ± 5%, 100V
Mica, 12 pF ± 5%, 100V
Cer, .002 IJ.F ",20%, 600V
Feedthru, 1000 pF :20%, 500V
Feedlhru, 1000 pF 10 20%, 500V
DIODES
Si, IN3064
Si, HPA0136
FILTERS
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COILS
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RF Choke, 22 IJ.H .... 10
Val' Inductor, 0.19-0.21 ,uH
RF Choke, 5.6 ,uH ± 10%
RF Choke, 22 IJ.H ± 10
RF Choke, 5.6 IJ.H ±10'%
Val' Inductor, 0.13-0.15 IJ.H
Val' Inductor, 0.13-0.15 ,uH
TRANSISTORS
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3866
RESISTORS
Comp, 68 ohm ±59'0, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
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C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
1005-0013
1005-0003
1005-0013
1005-0003
1005-0003
Erie
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Erie
Erie
Eric
1005-0003
1005-0003
1005-0003
1002-0021
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1005-0003
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1585-0012
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7050-0005
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R1
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R4
R5
R6
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R8
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RIO
RESISTORS
Comp, 68 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 51 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
1066-6l:l05
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Cer, .01 flF +80% -20%, 50V
Cer, .002 flF ±20%, 600V
Cer, .01 flF +80% -20%. 50V
Cer, .002 flF =.20%, 600V
Cer, .002 ,uF ,,20%, 600V
Cer, .002 flF ' 20%, 600V
Cer, .002 flF 600V
Cer, .002 IJ.F 20'l. GOOV
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Si, HPA0136
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Val' InductOr, 0.19-0.21 IlH
RF' Choke, 5.6 pH 10%
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Si. NPN. 2N311liG
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C/E STOCK NO.
1005-0013
1005-0003
1005-0013
1005-0003
1005-0003
1005-0003
1005-0003
1005-0003
1002-0025
1002-0017
IU05-0U03
1002-0043
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Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
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Erie
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6-27
CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
CAPACITORS
C1 Cer, 0.05 I.LF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C2 Cer, 0.05 J.LF +80% -20%; 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C3 Cer, Stand Off, 0.001 J.LF, GIVIV, 500V 1005-0048 Erie
C4 Cer, Stand Off, O.OOll.LF, GMV, 500V 1005-0048 Erie
C5 Cer, 5.6 pF •. 25 pF. 250V 1005-0042 Erie
DIuDES
CHI fh. IN300'! 1281-0013 Transitron
Si, IN:JOIH I 2H1- 0013 Transitron

HI Camp, 1k ohm ± 5%, l/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
R2 Comp, 1kohm ±5%, l/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
H3 Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 AlJcn- Bradley
H4 Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen- Bradley
R5 Comp, 22 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2205 Allen-Bradley
R6 Comp, 22 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2205 Allen-Bradley
H7 Comp, 33 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3305 Allen-Bradley
lIB Com11, 270 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2715 Allen-Bradley
no CllI1lP, 10 ohm' 5%, 1/4W 1066-1005 Allen- Bradley
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6-29
MFR. C/E STOCK NO.
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A11en- Bradley 1066-8205
Allen- Bradley 1066-2225
Allen- Bradley 1066-1025
Allen- Bradley 1066-1035
Allen- Bradley 1066-1235
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Allen- Bradley 1066-2235
Allen- Bradley 1066-2725
Cushman 1579-0007
CKT.REF. I DESCRIPTION
L3
L4
L5 I
L6
L7
L8 I
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
RIO
R11
R12
R13
Rl4
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
R28
R29
R30
COILS (Continued)
Val' Inductor, 2.2-5.1 IlH
Val' Inductor, 2.2-5.1 IlH
Val' Inductor, 2.2-5.1 IlH
Val' Inductor, 2.2-5.1 IlH
Val' Inductor, .5-.75 IlH
RF Choke, 5.6 IlH ± 10%
TRANSISTORS
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3642
Si, PNP, 2N4121
Si, NPN, 2N3563
RESISTORS
Comp, 27k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 8.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 120 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 150 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 22 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 680 ohm =5%, 1/4W
Comp, 68 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.7k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 120 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 6.8k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 8.2 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 330 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1kohm ±5%, 1/4W
II C/E MODEL NO. MFR.
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1596-0004
1596-0004
1596-0004
1596-0004
1596-0011
1585-0028
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1272-0022
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003
1272-0022
1272-0018
1272-0023
1272-0022
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1066-2735
1066-8225
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-1025
1066-1025
1066-2225
1066-1215
1066-3925
1066-1515
1066-2205
1066-6815
1066-6805
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-1225
1066-2725
1066-1215
1066-1025
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-1025
1 0 6 6 ~ 1 2 2 5
1066-6825
1066-8225
1066-5615
1066-3315
1066-1025
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Cushman
Cushman
Cushman
Cushman
Delevan
II
!Fairchild
T.!.
T.!.
T.!.
T.!.
Fairchild
Fairchild
Fairchild
Fairchild
II
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Alleil- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
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CKT. REF.
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
C17
C18
C19
C20
C21
C22
C23
C24
C25
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
C36
C37
C38
C39
C40
C41
C42
CR1
CR2
L1
L2
DESCRIPTION
CAPACITORS
Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%, 50V
Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%, 50V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 560 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Val', Cer, NPO, 9-35 pF
Mica, 27 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.002 IlF ±20%, 600V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 510 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 27 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 12 pF ±5%, 100V
Elect., 1.0 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 27 pF ±5%, 100V
Elect., 15.0 IlF + 80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 12 pF ± 5%, 100V
Mica, 510 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Elect., 15.0 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 12 pF ± 5%, 100V
Mica, 510 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Elect., 100 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Elect., 1.0 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Elect., 1.0 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 620 pF ±5%, 100V
Poly, .0082 IlF ± 10%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Poly, .0082 IlF ± 10%, 100V
Mica, 430 pF ±5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, 25V
Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%, 50V
DIODES
Ge, G633
Ge, G633
COILS
RF Choke, 680 IlH ±5%
RF Choke, 680 IlH ± 5%
6-30
I C/E STOCK NO.
1005-0013
1005-0013
1005-0014
1005-0014
1002-0037
1005-0014
1005-0014
1001-0006
1002-0008
1005-0003
1005-0014
1002-0036
1005-0014
1002-0008
1005-0014
1002-0017
1013-0004
1002-0008
1013-0005
1005-0014
1002-0017
1002-0036
1005-0014
1005-0014
1013-0005
1005-0014
1005-0014
1002-0017
1002-0036
1005-0014
1005-0014
1013-0003
1013-0004
1013-0004
1002-0038
1008-0015
1005-0014
1005-0014
1008-0015
1002-0034
1005-0014
1005-0013
1282-0005
1282-0005
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1585-0023
1585-0023
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Erie
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Erie
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Erie
Elmenco
Erie I I
Elmenco
Sprague
Elmenco
Sprague
Erie
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Elmenco
Erie
Erie
Sprague
Erie
Erie
Elmenco
Elmenco
El'ie
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Sprague
Sprague
Sprague
Elmenco
I I
Sprague
Erie
Erie
Sprague
Elmenco
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Erie
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ITT
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Delevan
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CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
R31
R32
R33
R34
R35
R36
R37
RESISTORS (Continued)
Comp, 82 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 12k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 22k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.7k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
,
1066-8205
1066-2225
1066-1025
1066-1035
1066-1235
1066-2235
1066-2725
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Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Alien-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Alien- Bradiey
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Cushman 1579-0007 T1 Transformer 0.31 iLH
CKT. REF.
L3
L4
L5
L6
L7
L8
Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
Q5
Q6
Q7
Q8
Q9
R1
R2
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
R8
R9
RIO
Rll
R12
R13
R14
R15
R16
R17
R18
R19
R20
R21
R22
R23
R24
R25
R26
R27
R28
R29
R30
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DESCRIPTION
COILS (Continued)
Val' Inductor, 2.2-5.1 iLH
Val' Inductor, 2.2-5.1 iLH
Val' Inductor, 2.2-5.1 iLH
Val' Inductor, 2.2-5.1 iLH
Val' Inductor, .5-.75 iLH
RF Choke, 5.6 iLH '" 10%
TRANSISTORS
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, PNP, TIS37
Si, NPN, 2N3563
Si, NPN, 2N3642
Si, PNP, 2N4121
Si, NPN, 2N3563
RESISTORS
Comp, 27k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 8.2k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 120 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ",5%, 1/4W
Comp, 150 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 22 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 680 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 68 ohm±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Camp, 10k ohm±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 2.7k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 120 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1k ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 6.8k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 8.2 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 330 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
Comp, 1kohm ± 5%, 1/4W
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C/E MODEL NO.
1596-0004
1596-0004
1596-0004
1596-0004
1596-0011
1585-0028
1272-0022
1271-0003
1271-0003
1271-0003

1272-0022
1272-0018
1272-0023
1272-0022
1066-2735
1066-8225
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-1025
1066-1025
1066-2225
1066-1215
1066-3925
1066-1515
1066-2205
1066-6815
1066-6805
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-1225
1066-2725
1066-1215
1066-1025
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-3925
1066-1025
1066-1225
1066-6825
1066-8225
1066-5615
1066-3315
1066-1025
MFR.
Cushman
Cushman
Cushman
Cushman
I Cushman
Delevan
Fairchild
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T.r.
T.!.
T.!.
Fairchild
Fairchild
Fairchild
I Fairchild
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
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CKT. REF. DESCRIPT
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CAPACITORS
C1 Cer, 0.01 iLF +80% -20%
C2 Cer, 0.01 iLF +80% -20%
C3 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C4 Cer, 0.05 liF +80% -20%
C5 Mica, 560 pF ± 5%, 100V
C6 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C7 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C8 Val', Cer, NPO, 9-35 pF
C9 Mica, 27 pF ± 5%, 100V
C10 Cer, 0.002 iLF ±20%, 600
Cll Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C12 Mica, 510 pF ± 5%, 100V
C13 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C14 Mica, 27 pF ±5%, 100V
C15 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20
C16 Mica, 12 pF ±5%, 100V
C17 Elect., 1.0 iLF +80%
C18 Mica, 27 pF ±5%, 100V
C19 Elect., 15.0 IlF +80% -2(
C20 Cel', 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C21 Mica, 12 pF ± 5%, 100V
C22 Mica, 510 pF ±5%, 100V
C23 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%
C24 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C25 Elect., 15.0 iLF +80% -20
C26 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%
C27 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%
C28 Mica, 12 pF ± 5%, 100V
C29 Mica, 510 pF ± 5%, 100V
C30 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C31 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C32 Elect., 100 iLF +80% -20(
C33 El.ect., 1.0 iLF +80% -209
C34 Elect., 1.0 iLF +80% -209
C35 Mica, 620 pF ± 5%, 100V
C36 Poly, .0082 iLF ± 10%,101
C37 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%
C38 Cer, 0.05 iLF +80% -20%
C39 Poly, .0082 IlF ± 10%, 101
C40 Mica, 430 pF ± 5%, 100V
C41 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%
I C42 Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%
DIODES
CR1 Ge, G633
I CR2 Ge, G633
COILS
L1 RF Choke, 680 iLH ± 5%
L2 I RF Choke, 680 iLH ± 5%
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6-31
C!E STOCK NO. MFR.
1066-2205
1066-2225
1066-2225
1066-1235
1076-0007
1076-0012
1066-6805
1066-1235

1066-1025
1075-0010
1075-0009
1076-0011
1075-0024
1075-0010
1066-4725
1066-3335
1076-0007
1200-0016
1076-0013
1066-,5615
1075-0023
1066-4715
DESCRIPTION MrH. CKT. REF.
COILS
1585-001!) L1 RF Choke, 470 flH ±59'0
RF Choke, 470 flH ± 5% lS8S-00J!J L2
15%-0011 Val' Inductor, 0.5-0.75 flH L3
Val' Inductor, 0.5-0.75 flH 1596·0011 L4
1585·0U32 L5 RF Choke, 82 flH ±59'0
1S8S-1l0:f L6 RF Choke, 82 flH ±59'0
15flri-002. RF Choke, 22 mH L7
15R5 002!) RF Choke, 22 mH L8
lSliS-u030 L9 RF Choke, 2.2 mH ±59'0
1flf\5-000G RF Choke, 4.7 mH ± 5% L10
15115-00 L11 RF Choke, 4.7 mH ±59'0
L12 RF Choke, 2.2 mH ± 5%

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TRANSISTORS
Q1 Si, PNP, TIS-37 I. I.
• airclllid Si, NPN, 2N3565 Q2
airclllirl Q3 Si, NPN, 2N3646
ail'child Q4 Si, NPN, 2N3565
airchiltl Si, NPN, 2N3565 Q5
ail'chlltJ Q6 Si, NPN, 2N3646
airch ilel Si, NPN, 2N3567 Q7
airchll Q8 Si, NPN, 2N3565
airchtlM Q9 Si, NPN, 2N3646
airch I II.! Si, NPN. 2N3565 Q10
RESISTons
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Electra
Electra
Allell- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Electra
Electra
Electra
Electra
Electra
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Electra
Allen- Bradley
Electra
Allen- Bradley
Electra
Allen- Bradley
11100-3025 COIllP, 3.91< [Jhm R1
10110-3025 R2 CCl1np. 3.0k ohm
10(,li 3325 R3 CQmp, 3.3k "IU11
R4 Comp, 820 IJlltf IU07-11215
R5 Cump, 1.21< uhm lU06-1225
Ih;II-Bnlillt y R6 Cump, 2.21:. nhnl 1/4W
llen-Ill ;ldh·y R7 ump. lk ohm' 51>, 1!4W
llQn- fll':lll}, y R8 Comp, 220 uhm 5%, 1/4W
llcll-Il,':,lllt'y Camp, 51 [)hm .,5%, 1/4W R9
llell- B1'IIdll!Y Comp, 3.9k ohm 1 5%, 1!4W RIO
lll'l1- Dr:, dluy R11 Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
llCll-Ot":ldloy R12 Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
llen- Bl'anlcy R13 Comp, 1.5k ohm .=..5%, 1!4W
llcn-J:lradloy R14 Comp, 3.3k ohm ±5%, 1!4W
Allcn- JJra.dl,oy R15 Camp, 3.3k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
llcn-Br:ldlcy R16 Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
llcn-Bradley Comp, 22 ohm ;,5%, 1!4W R17
llell- I3radley R18 Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W
llen-13r;ldley R19 Comp, 3.3k ohm ±590, 1!4W
llell- Bradlcy R20 Camp, 10k ohm ±590, 1!4W
R21 Camp, 1k ohm ±590, 1/4W 10011-1025 llen- Bradley
R22 Camp, 4.7k ohm ±590, 1!4V 1066-4725 llon-Bradley
R23 Comp, 2.2k ohm ±590, 1!4W 1066-2225 llen-Bradley
R24 Comp, 3.9k ohm ±-590, 1!4W 1066-3925 llcll-Bradley
R25 Camp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 lh:n-Uradley
CKT.REF.
C1
C2
C3
C4
C5
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C21
C22
C23
C24
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CR7
CR8
CR9
CR10
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
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DESCRIPTION
CAPACITORS
Electro, 15 I.LF, 25V
Electro. 100 IlF, 12V
cr, 0.01 ILF ... lJO"'; -20%, 25V
CN', 0.05 11F +HO% -20%. 25V
Ccr, n.O!) ,IF -icHOr;, -20't.25V
Cer. 0.01 !iF +80% -20%, 25V
Ccr, 0.05 I.iF +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, 100V
Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, lOOV
Cer, 0.05 flF +80% -20%, 25V
Electro, 15 flF, 6V
Mica, 100 pF -" 5%, 100V
Cer, 0.05 IJ.F +80% -20%, 25V
Mica, 470 pF ± 1%, 100V
Mica, 470 pF ±590, 100V
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Si, 1N3
Si. 1N306
Si, 1N30G4
Ge, G633
Si 1N3064
Cer, 0.05 flF +80% -20%, 25V
Poly, 0.027 IlF ± 10%, 100V
Electro, 100 IlF, 25V
Puly, 0.027 IJ.F "-10%, 100V
Miell, 2000 pF ' 5%. 100V
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INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
C/E STOCK NO.
1005-0013
1002-0034
1002-0034
1005-0015
1005-0017
1005-0013
1005-0013
1005-0013
1005-0013
1005-0013
1013-0005
1013-0011
1005-0013
1005-0014
1005-0014
1005-0013
1005-0014
1002-0035
1002-0035
1005-0014
1013-0009
1002-0011
1005-0014
1002-0044
1002-0035
lOOli-003'
1013 con
1005 001-1
2025-0012
2025-0012
1282-0005


12,l}-0013
12HI-0013
1005-0014
1008-0032
1013-0003
100il-0032

1281-0013
1281-0013
1281-0013
1282-0005
1281-0013
MFR.
Eric
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Erie
Elmenl'
ElmCfi"
Erie
Eri(!
Sprague
Sprague
Erie
Eric
Erie
EriC
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Sylvania
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DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. CKT. REF. MFR.
RESISTORS (Continued)
R26 1066-2205 Allen- Bradley Comp, 22 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
1066-2225 R27 Allen-Bradley Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
R28 1066-2225 Allen-Bradley Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
1066-1235 R29 Comp, 12k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W Allen-Bradley
1076-0007 R30 M Film, 1k ohm ± 1%, 3/4W Electra
1076-0012 Electr R31 M Film, 357 ohm ± 1%, 3/4W
R32 1066-6805 Allen-Bradley Comp, 68 ohm ±5%, 1/4W
1066-1235 R33 Comp, 12k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W Allen- Bradley
R34 1067-1225 Allen-Bradley Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/2W
1066-1025 R35 Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W Allen- Bradley
R36 1075-0010 M Film, 2.21k ohm ± 1%, 1/4W Electr:l
R37 M Film, 10k ohm ± 1%, 1/4W 1075-0009 Electra
R38 1076-0011 Electra M Film, 14.7k ohm ± 1%, 1/2W
1075-0024 R39 M Film, 332 ohm .1.1%,. 1!4W Electra
1075-0010 R40 M Film, 2.21k ohm 1%, l/4W Electr!
Allen- nradley R41 1066-4725
1066-3335 Allen-111'adley R42
R43 1076-0007 Electro
1200-0016 Allen-13 radley R44
1076-0013 Electra
1066-5615 Allen- Hradley C1Inll, 5 R46
M 1,'llm 1075-0023 Electra H4
1066-4715 Allen- Bradley '(,fUll, R48
CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO.
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COILS
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L1 RF Choke, 470 IlH ..,5% 1585-0019 DelevaH
L2 RF Choke, 470 IlH io 5% 1585-0019 belevan
L3 Val' Inductor, 0.5-0.75 11H 1596-0011 TRW
L4 Val' Inductor, 0.5-0.75 ILI-I 1596-0011 TRW
L5 RF Choke. 82 ±5% 1585-0032 Delevan
RF Choke, 82 5%
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L7 RF Choke, 22 mtI 1585-0029 l)elevan
L8 RF Choke, 22 mH 1585-0029 Delevan
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L10 RF Choke, 4.7 mH 5'}. 1585-0006
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Lll RF Choke, 4.7 mH ±5% )elevan
L12 RF Choke, 2.2 mH d. 5% 1565-00:W Delevan
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Q1 Si, PNP, TIS-37 1271-0003 ir. 1.
Q2 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017 Fairchild
Q3 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
Q4 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017 );'airchild
Q5 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017 Fairchild
Q6 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
Q7 Si, NPN, 2N3567 1272-0011 Fairchild
Q8 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017 Fairchild
Q9 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
Q10 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017
["''''lid
RESISTORS
R1 Comp, 3.9k ollm 51,1/4W lOGO-3D25 Allen-Bradley
R2 Camp, 3.9k ohm ± 5Cl>, 1/4W 1066-3925 j\l1en-Bl·adley
R3 Compo 3.3k ohnl .15%. 1/4W 1066-3325 J\ 11en- Bradl,cy
R4 Comp, 820 ohm .i" 5%. 1/2W 1067-8215 i\ 11cII-Bradley
R5 Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W 1066-1225 tllen- Bradley
R6 Comp" 2.2k ohm ... 5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 j\llen-J)radley
R7 Comp, 1k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 10G6-1025 i\ 11en- Bradley
R8 Comp, 220 ohm ±5'1'0, 1/4W 1066-2215 tllen- Bradley
R9 Comp, 51 ohm ±5'1'0, 1/4W 1066-5105 llcn- Br'ldley
RIO Comp, 3.9k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3925 llcn- Bradley
Rll Comp, 1.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1225 j\llen- Bradley
R12 Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W 1066-2225 \ llen- Bradley
R13 Comp, 1.5kohm±5%, 1/4W 1066-1525 lUlen-Bradley
R14 Comp, 3.3k ohm ±5'1'0, 1/4W 1066-3325 tllen-Bradley
R15 Camp, 3.3k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3325 llen- Bradley
R16 Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1!4W 1066-2225 Allen-Bradley
R17 Comp, 22 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2205 j\llen- Bradley
R18 Comp, 2.2k ohm ±5'1'0, 1/4W 1066-2225 \ 11en- Bradley
RIg Comp, 3.3k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-3325 I.llen-I3radley
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R21 Camp, 1k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 j\ lle11- I3radley
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R23 Comp, 2.2k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2225 \UCJl-Bradley
R24 Comp, 3.9k ohm :105%, 1/4W 1066-3925 k11en-Bradley
R25 Comp, 1k ohm ±5'1'0, 1/4W 1066-1025 llcl1- Bradley
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CAPACITORS
C1 Electro, 15 IlF, 25V
C2 Electro, 100 IlF, 12V
C3 Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%,
C4 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
C5 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
C6 Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%,
C7 Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%,
C8 Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%,
C9 Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%,
C10 Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%,
Cll Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%,
C12 Mica, 430 pF ± 5%, 100V
C13 Mica, 430 pF ± 5%, 100V
C14 Cer, 4.7 pF ",0.25 pF, 500'
C 15 Cer, 2.2 pF ±0.25 pF, 500'
C16 Cer, 0.01 IlF +80% -20%,
C17 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
C18 Mica, 470 pF ±5'1'0, 100V
C19 Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, 100V
C20 Ccr, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
C21 Electro, 15 IlF, 6V
C22 Mica, 100 pF ± 5%, 100V
C23 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
C24 Mica, 470 pF ± 1%, 100V
C25 Mica, 470 pF ci.5%, 100V
C26 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%,
C27 Poly, 0.027 IlF ± 10%, 100'
C28 Electro, 100 IlF, 25V
C29 Poly, 0.027 IlF ± 10%, 100'
C30 Mica, 2000 pF ±5'1'0, 100V
C31 Po[y, 0.027 IlF ± 10%, 100'
C32 Electro, 151lF, 25V
C33 Cer, 0.05 IlF +80% -20%, I
DIODES
em Ge, G633
CR2 Ge, G633
CR3 Ge, G633
CR4 Si, 1N3064
CR5 Si, 1N3064
CR6 Si, 1N3064
CR7 Si, 1N3064
CR8 Si, 1N3064
CR9 Ge, G633
CR10 S1. lN3064
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
IC 1 CA3028
IC2 I CA3028
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C/E STOCK NO.
1066-6805
1066-1035
1066-1035
1066-5615
1066-5615
1066-2715
1066-1025
1066-2205
1200-0014
1066-1235
1200-0013
1066-0004
1200-0013
1066-1035
1066-1035
MFR. I
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
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STOCK NO.
INTEGRA TED CIRCUITS
IC1 I SN72709L II 2025-0014 II Fairchild
COILS
L1 1585-0032 RF Choke, 82 IlH ±5% Delfvan
L2 1596-0025 Delevan
L3
Val' Inductor, 3.8-7.3 I_LlI
1596-00.11 TR
L4
Val' Inductor, 0.5-0.75 IiI-!
Ei85-0032 Del,evan
L5
RF Choke, 82 Il H ±
1585-0032 Delevan RF Choke, 82 11H ±5%
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L7
.1:iH"-Q032 L6 RF Choke, 82 J-lH ±5%
Delevan
L8
RF Choke, 82 J-lH ±5% 1.585 - 0032
1:;0(;-0011 TR
I L9
Val' Inductor, 0.5-0.75 11H
1:;85-0032 Dell!van RF Choke, 82 J-lH ±590
TRANSISTORS
Q1 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017

1272-0017 Fai child
Q3
Q2 Si, NPN, 2N3565
1272-Qo1C, Fairchild
Q4
Si, NPN, 2N3646
127) -0003 1'.1
Q5
Si, PNP, TIS-37
1272-00115 Si, NPN, 2N3646 Falchild
Q6 I Si, NPN, 2N3642 1272-00Ht Fai child
RESISTORS
R1 10(j(j-lB25
106(;-10:35
Comp, 1.8k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
AUf""''''y
All n-Bradlcy
R3
Comp, 10k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W R2
10Gf; 1025 All n-Bradh'y
R4
Comp, 1k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
10(jll-1035 Comp, 10k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W Bradh:y
R5 107:. -00211 Electra
R6
M Film, 294k ohm ± 1%, 1/4W
106(;-5825 Allt-Bradley
R7
Comp, 5.6k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
1066-:;G25 Comp, 5.6k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W Allf-Bradlf'Y
R8 106(j-2225 All n-BradLc}'
R9
Comp, 2.2k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
I07!i-0027 Ele tra
RIO
M Film, 2.49k ohm ±1%, 1/4W
1075··0UMl Electra
Rll
M Film, 10k ohm ± 1%, 1/4W
107!,) -0000 M Film, 10k ohm ± 1%, 1/4W
Elefra
E1e tra
R13
R12 M Film, 137 ohm ±1%, 1/4W 1075 -00213
1066-1525 All n-DradlC'y
R14
Camp, 1.5k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
lQOIl-1035
R15
Camp, 10k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
100G-2055 All n-Bradlev Comp, 2m ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
Al""""
10r,6-2245 All n-Bractlcy
R17
R16 Camp, 220k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
All n-Bradley
R18
100G-1255 Camp, 1.2m ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
10GG -1 035 All n-Dradley
R19
Comp, 10k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
All n-Bradlev
R20
Comp, 8.2k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W 106G-8225
101lG-B225 - Bradley
R21
Camp, 8.2k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
1066-1035
R22
Camp, 10k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
10GG-1015 All n-Bradley Camp, 100 ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
AUr""""
All n-Bradley
R24
R23 106G-2225 Comp, 2.2k ohm ±5'10, 1/4W
1066-1015 Comp, 100 ohm ±5'10, 1/4W All r -Bradley
R25 1066-8205 Bradley Comp, 82 ohm ±5'10, 1/4W*
*Factory selected value, average value shown.
CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
CAPACITORS
1005-0013 C1 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -2Wh, 25V Erie
C2 1013-0004 Electro, 1 J-lF, 25V Sprague
Mica, 180 pF ±5'10, 100V 1002-0005 Elmenco C3
1013-0004 C4 Electro, 1 J-lF, 25V Sprague
Poly, 0.1 J-lF ±10%, 100V 1008-0031 Sprague C5
Mica, 820 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-0039 Elmenco C6
1013-0010 C7 Electro, 25 J-lF, 25V Sprague
Poly, 0.022 J-lF ±5'10, 200V 1008-0010 Sprague C8
1008-0010 C9 Poly, 0.022 J-lF ±5'10, 200V Sprague
C10 Mica, 200 pF ±5%, 100V Elmenco 1002-0042
Cll Poly, 0.0056 ± 10%, 100V 1008-0022 Sprague
C12 Poly, 0.022 J-lF ±5'10, 200V, 1008-0010 Sprague
C 13 Mica, 330 pF ±5'10, 100V 1002-0032 Elmenco
C14 Poly, 0.1 J-lF ±lo%, 100V 1008-0031 Sprague
C15 Metahzed Mylar, 1.0 J-lF ± 10%, 100V Good-All
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C16 Poly, 0.027 J-lF ±10%, 100V 1008-0032 Sprague
C17 Mica, 180 pF ±5%, 100V 1002-0005 Elmenco
C18 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C19 Mica, 22 pF ±5'10, 100V 1002-0023 Elmenco
C20 Cer, 22 pF ±2%, 600V, N750 1005-0007 Centralab
C21 Mica, 470 pF ±5'10, 100V Elmenco 1002-0035
C22 I Mica, 470 pF ± 5%, 100V 1002-0035 Elmenco
C23 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C24 Mica, 10 pF ±5'10, 100V 1002-0016 Elmenco
C25 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C26 Mica, 39 pF ±5'10, 100V 1002-0018 Elmenco
C27 Mica, 390 pF ±5'10, 100V 1002-0033 Elmenco
C28 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C29 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C30 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C31 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C:l2 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 C33 Erie
Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C35 Cer, 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C:lEl eel'. 0.01 J-lF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C':i7 Ctlr, 0.01 11F +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Eric
C":JB Cer. 0.01 IlF +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
Mka. 470 pF ±5%, 100V r..::.l!J 1002-0035 Elmaneo
C40 Pqly. 0.0033 flF ±10%, 100V 1008-0041 Sprague
C41 C,·r. 0.01 }' F' -20'p, 25V 1005-0013 Erie
C42 Cl'r. 0.U1 }II" +liO'; -20%.25V 1005 -0013 Erie
DIODES
CR1 Voltage Variablt: C, V33 1281-0010 PSI
CR2 Si, 1N3064 1281-0013 Sylvania
CR3 Si, 1N3064 1281-0013 Sylvania
CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. I MFR.
INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
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lCI SN72709L 2025-0014 Fairchild
COILS
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Ll RF Choke, 82 11H :1 5% 1585-0032
L2 Var Inductor, 3.8-7.3 JlH 1596-0025 Delevan
L3 Var Inductor, 0.5 -0.75 JlH 1596-0011 TRW
L4 RF Choke, 82 11H :15% 1585-0032 Delevan
L5 RF Choke, 82 JlH ±5% 1585-0032 Delevan
L6 RF Choke, 82 JlH :15% 1585-0032 Delevan
I L7 RF Choke, 82 JlH ±5% 1585-0032 Delevan
L8 Var Inductor, 0.5-0.75 JlH 1596-0011 TRW
L9 RF Choke, 82 JlH :15%
TRANSISTORS
1585-0032 Delevan
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Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017 Fairchild
Q2 Si, NPN, 2N3565 1272-0017 Fairchild
Q3 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272 -0016 Fairchild
Q4 Si, PNP, TIS-37 1271-0003 T.!.
Q5 Si, NPN, 2N3646 1272-0016 Fairchild
Q6 Si, NPN, 2N3642
RESISTORS
1272-0018 Fairchild
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Rl Comp, 1.8k ohm :15%, 1/4W 1066-1825 All(In- Bradley
R2 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R3 Comp, lk ohm :1 5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
R4 Comp, ]Ok ohm :1.5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R5 M Film, 294k ohm i 1/4W 1075-0028 Electra
R6 Compo 5.uk ohm ±!i%, ]/4W 1066-5625 AllGn - Bradley
R7 Compo 5.6k ohm 1/4W 1066-5625 All(ln - Bradley
Ha Compo 2.2k ohm ±5%. l/4W 1066-2225 Allen - Bradley
R9 M Film. 2.49k ohm .1.1'1" 1/4W 1075-0027 Electra
RIO M Fi 1m. 10k ohm j, 1%, 1/4W 1075-0009 Electra
Rll M Film, 10k ohm J:cl%, 1/4W 1075-0009
RI2 M Film, 137 ohm ± 1%, 1/4W 1075-0026 Electra
R13 Compo 1.5k ohm ,,5%, 1/4W 1066-1525 Alien- Bradley
R14 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035
R15 Comp, 2m ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2055 All(!n- Bradley
R16 Comp, 220k ohm :15%, 1/4W 1066-2245 Allen- Bradley
R17 Comp, 1.201 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1255 Allen - Bradley
R18 Comp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R19 Comp, 8.2k ohm :15%, 1/4W 1066-8225 Allen-Bradley
R20 Comp, 8.2k ohm :15%, 1/4W 1066-8225 Allen- Bradley
R21 Comp, 10k ohm :15%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R22 Comp, 100 ohm :15%, 1/4W 1066-1015 Allen- Bradley
R23 Comp, 2.2k ohm :15%, 1/4W 1066-2225 Allen-Bradley
R24 Comp, 100 ohm :15%, 1/4W 1066-1015 Alle'n - Bradley
R25 Comp, 82 ohm :15%, 1/4W* 1066-8205 AlI€ll- Bradley
CKT. REF. I DESCRIPTION
I MFR.
RESISTORS (Continued)
R26 Camp, 68 ohm ±5% 1/4W 1066-6805 Allen - Bradley
H27 ('omp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R28 ('omp, 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
R29 Comp, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-5615 Allen-Bradley
R30 ('ump, 560 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-5615 Allen-Bradley
lUI Comp, 270 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2715 Allen-Bradley
H32 Comp, lk ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1025 Allen-Bradley
R33 Comp, 22 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-2205 Allen- Bradley
R34 Var. 25k, 1/4W 1200-0014 Allen- Bradley
R3fi Lump, 12k ohm ±5%, 1/4W* 1066-1235 Allen-Bradley
H3G VUI', 10k, 1/4W 1200-0013 Allen- Bradley
H37 Cllml), G.8 ohm 1:5%, 1/4W* 1066-0004 Allen- Bradley
36 VUI'. 10k, 1/4W 1200-0013 Allen-Bradley
R3V ('umll. I.Ok ohm ±5%, 1/4W* 1066-1035 Allen - Bradley
U40 ('Olllp. 10k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen-Bradley
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6-35
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CKT.REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
CAPACITORS
C1 Cer, Feedthru, 0.001 IJ.F ±20%, 500V 1005-0008 Erie
C2 Cer, 0.05 IJ.F +80% -20%, 25V 1005-0014 Erie
C3 Cer, Stand Off, 0.001 IJ.F, GMV, 500V 1005-0048 Erie
C4 Cer, Stand Off, 100 pF, GMV, 500V 1005-0049 Erie
C5 Cer, Stand Off, 100 pF, GMV, 500V 1005-0049 Erie
C6 Cer, 0.01 IJ.F +80% -20%, 50V
DIODES
1005-0013 Erie
CR1 Si, 2800
COILS
1283-0001 HPA
L1 RF Choke, .47 IJ.H ±20%
RESISTORS
1585-0031 Delevan
R1 Comp, 120 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1215 Allen-Bradley
R2 Comp, 47k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-4735 Allen- Bradley
R3 Comp, 22 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-2205 Allen- Bradley
R4 Comp, 47k ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-4735 Allen-Bradley
R5 Comp, 82 ohm ±5%, 1/4W 1066-8205 Allen- Bradley
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CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
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C2
C3
CRI
CR2
CR3
CR4
CR5
CR6
CR7
CR8
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CAPACITORS
Elect., 2300 /J.F, 50V
Elect., 2300 IlF, 50V
Elect., 4000 /l F, 25V
DIODES
Si, SD-l
Si, SD-l
Si, SD-l
Si, SD-l
Si, SD-l
Si, SD-l
Si, SD- I
Si, SD-I
Si, 20S05
Si, 20S05
Si, 20S05
Si. 20S05
FUSI<S
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1281-0023
1281-0023
1281-0024
1281-0024
1281-0024
1281-0024
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CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. FR.
RESISTORS (Continued)
R16 Comp, 470 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-4715 AllentBradley
R17 Comp, 1.8k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1825 Allent Bradley
R18 Comp, 100 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1015 AllenlBradley
R19 WW,l ohm .103%, 3W 1159-0001 Dale
R20 Camp, 470 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-4715 Allen:Bradley
R21 Camp, 820 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-8215 AlleniBradley
R22 Camp, 4.7k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-4725 Allen Bradley
R23 Camp, 10k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-1035 Allen Bradley
R24 Camp, 470 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-4715
R25 Val', WW, 500 ohm, 2W 1200-0003 CTS
R26 Comp, 470 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W 1066-471fi Allenmradley
CKT.REF.
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C/E STOCK NO. DESCRIPTION
CAPACITORS
Elect., 100 ilF, 6V
Elect., 500 JlF, 25V
Elect., 250 IlF, 12V
Elect., 100 JlF, 6V
Elect., 500 IlF, 25V
DIODES
Si. 1N3064
Si, Zelwr 6.8V, 1N957
Si. IN:306·1
Si, Zener 4.3V, ZD 4.3B
St, Zenol' 7.5V, ZD 7.5A
Si, 1N3064
Si. Zener 6.8V, 1N957
TRANSISTORS
Si, NPN, 2N3053
P Channel FET, 2N4342
Si, NPN, 2N3827
Si, NPN, 2N3565
Si, PNP, 2N4248 or 2N4249
Si, PNP, 2N4248 or 2N4249
Si, NPN, 2N3053
Si, NPN, 2N3827
Si, NPN, 2N3827
Si, NPN, 2N3053
P Chanuel FET, 2N4342
Si, NPN, 2N3827
Si, NPN, 2N3827
Si, PNP, 2N4248 or 2N424D
Si, PNP, 2N4248 or 2N4249
Si, NPN, 2N3054
Si, NPN, 2N3054
Si, NPN, 2N3054
RESISTORS
Comp, 1.8k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
Comp, 100 ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
WW, 1 ohm ±39'0, 3W
omp, 470 ohm J. 1/4W
limp. 2.2k ohm .t 5%, 1/4W
C"lllj), 4.7k ohm ± 5%, l/4W
:IIIJ1jJ, 10k ohm < 5%, 1!4W
(Inli'. 390 ()hm 5%, 1/4W
::lI'. WW. 500 ohm. 2W
Cump, lk uhm :1-5%, 1/4W
WW,O.Sohlll '3%,3W
Comp, 6.8k ohlll 5%, 1/4W .L
Comp, 2.7k ohm %5%, 1/4W
Comp, 33 uhm 5%, 1/4W .L
Var. camp, 100 ohm, 1/2W
1013-0006
1014-0002
1013-0012
1013-0006
1014-0002
1281-0013
12111-0007
1281-0013
1281-0025
12111-0026
12Rl-()013
14!81-UOO
1272
10tl6-1H2
10613-1015
1159-0001
10GG-471
1066-2225
1066-4725
1066-1035
1066-3915
1200-0003
1066-1025
1159-0002
1066-6825
1066-2725
1066-3305
1200-0011
MFR.
Sprague
Whale
Sprague
Sprague
Whale
Transitron
Continental Devices
Transitran
Diodes Inc.
Diodes Inc.
Transitron
Continental Devices
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Alleu-Bradley
Alleu- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
CTS
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Dale
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Allen- Bradley
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C1
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CR4
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CAPACITORS
Electro, 200 J.LF, 25V
DIODES
Si, SD-1
Si , 1N3064
Si. 1N3064
Si. 1N30G4
Si, IN30G4
'I'I1A NSlliTOHS
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1013-0013
1281-0023
1281-0013
1281-0013
1281-0013
1281-0013
1271-0006
J 272-0011
IUljlj-I035
LOljlj-1225
MFR.
Sprague
Diodes Inc.
Sylvania
Sylvania
Sylvania
Sylvania
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RCA
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6-43
DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. CKT. REF.
C1
OSl
OS2
OS3
OS4
OS5
OS6
OS7
OS8
OS9
DS10
DS11
OS12
DS13
DS14
OS15
D816
HI
R2
R3
R4
R5
CAPACITORS
Cer, 0.1 !U' t-80ct -30%, 75V
LAMPS
IIH.:andescent Cartridge, 10V, 14 ma
Nt'
Ineandeseent, #2310
Incandescent, #2310
Ineandescent, #2310
Incandescent, #2310
Ineandescent, #2310
Incandescent, .2310
Incandescent, #2310
Incandescent, #2310
Incandescent, frosted, #19, 14.4V
Incandescent, frosted, '1119, 14.4V
Incandescent, frosted, -1/19, 14.4V
Incandescent, frosted. #19, 14.4V
Incandescent, frosted, #19, 14.4V
Incandescent, trosted, #19, 14.4V
HESISTORS
Pol.. COI11!', lill, 100 ohm, 2W
Pul., camp, lin, 250 ohm, 2\V
Pot.. comp, lin, 10k ohm, 2W
Pol., camp, log, 1k ohm, 2W
PoL, eump, lin, 0.5m ol1m, 2W
1005-0019
2870-0010
2871-0001
2870-0011
2870-0011
2870-0011
2870-0011
1170-0011
2870-0011
2870-0011
21'170-0011
21l70-(JOOO
21l7fl-oooa
211711-0000
2117n-oOOn
211711-0000

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Centralab
Dialco
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
G. E.
I G. E.
AllCll- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
Allen-Bradley
AHen- Bradley
Elecu'a
Electra
Elcetra
Electra
Electra
Allen-Bradley
Allen- Bradley
Marco-Oak
Marco-Oak
Marco-Oak
Marco-Oak
Marco-Oak
Marco-Oak
Centralab
CTS
Centralab
Allen- Bradley
Aleo
CRL
R6
R7
118
R9
IUD
Hll
Rl2
HI3
H14
SW1
SW2
SW3
SW4
SW5
SW6
SW7
SW8
SW9
SW10
SW11
SW12
PuL, comp, lin, 50 ohm, 2W
Camp, 68k ohm :5%, 1!4W
M Film, 499 ohm ... 1%, 1/4W
M Film, 54.9 ohm =1%. 1/4W
M Film, 61.9 ohm 1/4W
M Film, 499 ohm'" 1%, 1/4W
M Film, 121 1/4W
Comp, 51 ohm .L5%, 1/4W
Camp, 470k ohm ± 5%, 1/4W
SWrTCHES
notary, special, first digit
ulary, special, secOnd digit
Rol;u'y, special, third-sixth digit
Hul:lry, special, third-sixth digit
Hutary, o[lccial, third-sixth digit
Rotary, 8jJecial, third-sixth digit
Lever, 2P3 po,;, range
Rotary, special, function
Rotary, 4P2 pus, IF range
On-Off
Toggle, 3P2 pas, FM mod
Rotary, 1P3 pas, sig gen atten
1075-000
lU75-0006
1066-5105
1066-4735
le51-0020
1851-0021
U:J51-0027
1851-0027
1851-0027
1851- 002 7
1851-0016
1851-0025
1851-0022
P/01203-0018
1850-0007
1851-0001
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RP-SWI-3
CH-J20-11
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6-45
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CAPACITORS
II .
1005-0003 Cl Ene
1005-0003 C2 Erie
C3 1005-0003 Erie
1005-0003 C4 Erie
t!j85-0025 IDelevan Ll Rf ( hoke.:, 22 Jj H .±.IO'fJ
L2 I RI Choke', 2 2 ~ 1 1 1 ±10% I Hi85 -0025 Delevan
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TRANSFORMERS
'I I Transformer, Power I 1575 none; , Cushman
FUSES
1"1 I 3 AG 1 Amp Slo-Blo I 1055 IInoa I Lillclfuse
PLUGS
PI :It'ln null I 1111'lrI"1l
JACKS
Jl I 8 Pin Female
Moulded Plug, 3 Wire, 18 Gauge I I
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6-48
CKT. REF. I DESCRIPTION C!E STOCK NO. I I MFR.
CAPACITORS
C1 1013-0006 Electro, 100 IlF, 6V
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C3 Cer, 0.1 IlF +80% -30%, 75V 1005-0019 entralab
C2 Electro, 100 IlF, 6V
DIODES
CR1 Si, 1N816 1281-0009 Y1
CR2 Si, 1N816 1281-0009 f "";' I ylvania
RELAYS
K1 I 12 VDC, DPDT 1313-0002 I IGuardian
METERS
M1 I Frequency Error 1402-0018 ushman
HESISTORS
R1 1066-2735 Camp, 27k ohm :105%, 1!4W Allen-Bradley
R2 PUI.., WW, 10k ohm, 1!2W 1215-0005
R3 1066-6825 COIllP, G.8k ohm ±5%, 1!4W
- n,-,d1<-y
R4 1215-0003 Pnl., WW. 5k ohlJl.1/2W ourns
R5 1066-3305 Comp, 33 olun i 1/4W Hen-Bradley
R6 I'llt.. WW. III llhlll, I/2W 1215-0004
R7 Cump, 4. 7k ohlll !j'lo,,1/4W 1066-4725 I llen-Ol'urllvy
R6 R4 R2 HI R3 R5 R7
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TPII
TPIO
TP9
TP8
TP7
TP6
TP5
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CKT. REF. DESCRIPTION C/E STOCK NO. MFR.
CAPACITORS
C1 Var, Glass, .5-18 pF 1001-0001 J.F.D.
C2 Mica, 91 pF ±5%, 100V* 1002-0027 Elmenco
OVEN XTAL OVEN 2045-0003 Cushman
Xl XTAL,3 MHz 2035-0003 Cushman
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J4
J5
J6
J7
J8
J9
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J12
J13
J14
J15
J16
J17
J18
J19
J20
Kl
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Q2
Q3
LSI
DESCRIPTION
CONNECTORS
12 Pin Connector
Socket, octal
24 Pin Connector
24 Pin Connector
B.N.C. Connector
NOl Used
Not Used
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
22 Pin Connector
COAXIAL, RELAY
Coaxial, !iOn 250W, 28V

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(SL'riell No. 45.5 and up only
lucatl'd under J3 connector)
TnANSISTORS
Transistor Silicon
T ra nsistor Silicon
Transistor Silicon
SPEAKERS
3" x 5" Speaker
C/E STOCK NO.
2535-0013
2605-0001
2535-0020
2535-0020
253C-0003
2535-00lR
25:i5-00HI
2535 DOHI
25:15-0018
2535-001H
2&36-001!l
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535-001
2!illfl-OUllJ
25:15-00111
"53fJ-0018
5:15-0018
2S:i5-0018
1313-0003
1955-0009
1271-0001
1271-0001
1271-0001
1715-0003
6-52
MFR.
Cinch-Jones
Elco
Amphenol
Amphenol
Amphenol
Vikill1'
Viklllg
Vlkin

Vikinl\
Viking
Viking
Viking
Viking
Viking
Viking
Viking
Viking
Dow-Key
Bussman
RCA
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