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BY AUTHORITY \l DmECTOR, ATSC
1 Juy 1945
This document contains inor mation affecting
the national defense of the United States within the meaning of
the Espionage Act (U.S.C. a0: 31, 32). The transmission of
this document or the revelation of its contents in any maIer
C any unauthorized person is prohibited.
DISTRIBUTION RECORD OF THIS DOCUMEN IS MAINAINED
BY: Air Technical.Service Command, Wright Field, Dyton;
Att: TSERR1B
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Clearance Number AAF-MD-E89
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apd Rdar Equipm8!t used by the Army Air Forces


is intended to furnish authorized personnel with graphic and narrative data relative
to description, electrical and physical characteristics, purpose, and tactical em
ployment of the radio and radar equipment used by the Army Air Forces.
The Graphic Surey is not authorized as a basis for procurement storage, or issue,
but is prepared only for information and guidance of research, development, pro
curement, storage, issue, and staff and planning activities.
This publication is intended to cover all active equipment, both in use and in de
velopment. Publication is accomplished in a series of separate sections in order
that reproduction and dissemination may be effected economically and expeditiously.
Permanent binder covers are not furnished with the various sections of the Graphic
Surey, but the pages of each section are printed on 8 1/2 x 11 inch paper and punch
ed for the standard AAF three-hole binder, (binder, loose-leaf, 3 post, stock num- -
ber 8700-043800), commonly known within the AAF as "Technical Order Binder".
With a few exceptions, data concering each equipment is presented on two pages.
The first page contains a description and information relative to use, installation,
and electrical characteristics; the second page, photographs of the various com-
. ponents and physical weights and dimenSions. Within each section, the equipments
are arranged alphabetically by official nomenclature and type designation.
Suggestions are invited for improvement of form, content, or to otherwise increase
the ultimate utility to the user within the scope and purpose of this publication. Com
ments should be addressed to the Commanding General, Air Technical Service Com-
mand, Wright Field, tion.
'he Graphic Surey is classified the broad scope of the equip-
ment covered in each volume and the sification of many of the equipments
Each addressee will be responsible the security of his copies in
accordance with the provisions of AR 380-5. Security classification of each individ
ual equipment at the time of publication will be indicated on the pages relative to
that equipment.
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Requests relative to distribution of this publication should be addressed to Com
manding General, Air Technical Service Command, Attention: TSERR1B. Rvi
sions and additions are forarded periodically to original addressees in order that
all copies may be kept up to date. Each copy has a serial number which is recorded
on a master distribution file index.
Preparation, publication and distribution of the Graphic Survey is accomplished in
accordance with letter, Headquarters, AAF(AFDMA-2F), dated 5 April 1945, subject
"Graphic Survey of Rdio and Rdar Equipment Used by the AAF". AAF report
clearance number AAF-MD-E89 has been assigned.
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Scope illustration caption: "Scope display shows range vertically on three scales, and azimuth hoIzontally
right or left of beacon" response centerline. Signal above shows rnge to beacon 33 miles and 300 left."
AN/APN-3
"Computor: this is a bombing computor (AAF type 1) which atomatically releases bombs and corrects
for ballistics and wind."
AN/APN-10
Scope illustration should show -only' statute mile scale with ranges of 0 to 5 and 0 to 50 miles. lllustrtion
showing "Nautical Miles" and 0 to 10 scaie is incorrect.
AN/CPN-3
First paragraph: "Rdio Set AN/CPN-3, is an air tranporable rdar beacon for groud installation,
designed to provide rnge,direction, and identification for homiig of planes equipped with 10 cm band search
radars."
AN/CPN-16
llustration caption: "Sea Rscue Becon Trnsmitter AN/CPN . 16X for Je in one D life rats."
Radar Assembly //APA-9,lsan alrbore navi
gational equipment designed to operate with the British
Obe Mark naV1gatlon system. lI Is Informally kown
the "Aspen," and'is fuctionally similar to the AAF
Shor system.
The Aspen Kit", as Radar Assembly ANI APA
9 Is called. essentially consists of an antenn; a modi
fied ANI AP-2A modulating assembly with a 18, a
mechanical bearing Indicator, and certain minor comp
nents for operation of the set.
"Aspen" Is a navigation system whereby the
airbore equipment (AN APA-9) acts as a trnsponder unit
upon beJng triggered by the two ground Interrogator beacons
commonly known as the "Cat" and "Mouse" stations.
measuring. IVllhaccurte ranging circuits. the tl me requl red
for the radar sIgnal to make the "round.rip" (statlon-plane
station), the ground station computercan plot the airplane's
location with an accurcy of 50 feet of his actual position.
AN|AlA9
Blind-bombing Is accomplished by flying the air
craft along a given arc centered around the "Cat" station
with the release point at a predetermined range from the
"Mouse" station. The point of intersection of the pulse
signal arcs from these two stations is the correct bomb
release point. The bombardier Is given aural waring and
release signals by variation of pulse repetitio rate from
the "Mouse" statiOT' The pilot is given left-nght aural
signals by v"natlon of pulse repetition rte from the "CAT
station. One target V be attacker by thIs technique.
Installation AN/APA-9In 3-24
Groud Oboe statlons are supplied by the British,
while the airbore equipment is supplied by bth the British
and the Unt States.
Test equipment used for maintenance Includes
Test Set AN/CPM-l
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Antenna Assembly
Jack Box
Motor Generator
Regulator Box
Headset
Transmltter Converter
Control Bx
MouUng
Coro
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MaU.tlng
Mounting
Antenna Cover
Filler
Mounting
CouplJng
Receiver
Trasformer
Nomenclature
C-1O/APA-9
AS-661 APA_9
J-47/ APA-9
PU-43/A
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H-14/A
RT-38/ APA-9
C-84/ APA_{
MT-157/ APA-9
CG-51/ APA-9
flIT-176/APA-9
FT-44?
MT-23/A
CW-17/APA-9
British Supplied
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Motor Generator
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Antenna
TOTAL WEIGHT 250 LBS.
Size
Helghth 18" x Dam 4"
1''
x 4
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24" x 24" x 24"
8" x 11"' x 20"
24" x 24" x 24"
14" wide-x,S' W
Weight
10 Lbs,
Lb.
30 Lbs,
Lbs.
100 Lbs.
32 Lbs
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10 Lbs,
5 Lbs,
I Lb.
5 Lbs,
and Includes plugs, ferrule, nuts, cords, connectors, cable clamps, Flexible conduit,
adapters, cordage and misc. Cable.
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AN/ APN-l
Radio Set AN/ APN_l is an airbore frequency
modulated radar altimeter designed for Installation In air
craft to provide direct indication of altitude above terrain
during flight.
This equipment is designed to emit, in a down
ward direction from the transmitter antenna, a radio fre
guency carrier which is frequency mdulated at a rate of
120 cycles per second between the approximate limits of
420 and 460 me on the low range (0-400 feet) and 443 to
447 mean the high rnge (400" 4000 feet). Theearth's sur_
face reflects some oethis diated carrier. and the reflect
ed signal Is received on a separate receiver antenna.
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Ouring the time Interval required for the signal
to travel to earth and retur to theaircrait, letransmitter
frequency will have changed. The combination of the re
ceived signal with a signal obtained directly from the trans
mitterwlll result, by process Of detectlon, \n an audio f:-e
quency signal the average frequency of which Is proor
tional to the altitude of the aircraft above the groWd.
This equipment provides a C rane Indicator
of 0-400 feet and 400-4000 feet; having an accuracy within
plus or minus 6 feel on the 4oo-loot range and within plus
junction with an automatiC pilot.
This equipment Is designed for dc operation and
consumes approximately 2.5 amperes with 27.5 volts de
livered to the battery input receptacle of the transmltter
receiver. Theinpul current at 27volts is Increased to ap
proximately 2.7 amperes when a limit indicator is used.
The following test sets are required for the main
tenance and tuning of . AN/ APN -1: Test Set TS-IOC/ APN
or Test Set TS-lOB/ APN; Test Set TS-16/ APN; RCA 158
Oscilloscope; and Multlmeter TS-352/U.
Requlrementsasof 1 February 1945were 10,870
for the calendar year 1945.
POWER 73 WATTS
FREQUENCY 420-460 MC
442-446 MC
TYPE OF SIGNAL FM
RANGE 0-400 FT ... eFT.
400-4000 FT. 60 FT.
SWEEP RATE 120 CPS
TUBE COMLEMENT
or minus 60 feet on the 4ooo-foot range.
Radio Set *AN/APN-lAdiffers from.AN/APN-l NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
only 1Hthat it is equipped with a single-range indicator and
2 12H8 2 955
a two-position exterl range switch is used to provide dual
3 12J7 2
range altitude readngs. Both sets may be used in con-
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.'ltitude Indicator
ID-14/ARN-l
Transmitter Receiver RT-7/APN-l On Mounting Base MT_14/ARN_l
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Component
Transmitter-Receiver
MOWllng Base
Altitude Indicator
Altitude Limit SWitch
Antenna
Lamp
Antenna AT-4/ ARN-J
Nomenclature
*RT-7/APN-l
*MT-14/ARN-l
*ID-14/APN-l
*SA-l/ ARN-l
*AT-4/ARN-l
LM-38 (3 EA)
and includes plugs, cable marker tags, cable clamps, conductors,
adapters, Circuit breaker, indicators, misc. cable, ad brackets.
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TOTAL WEIGHT 45 LBS.
Size
8" x 19" x 9"
3" x 19" x 8"
4
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x 6"
6" x 4" DIAM
8" x 12" x 2"
Weight
19 Lbs,
2 Lbs.
2 Lbs.
2 Lbs.
2 Lbs,
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RadtoSet . AN APN-2 Is an airbore radar nter
rgstor-respondor of the "Rbecca" type tat wlll enable
an aircrat to home on ground raar beacons of the "Eu_
reka"tpesuchasAN!PPN-l andAN/PPN.2andte heav
Ier beacons, AN/TPN-l andAN/TPN-2. Is used Mcon
jWCtion with suitable beacons for night !00 ] of para
chute troops, landing of gliders and maintaining airbore
supply operation to Isolated positions.
J operation the Rebecca (. ANI APN-2) emJts a
pulse, "tnggerlng" the Eureka (AN!PPN-l) and causing
It to ret a pulse. This retured pulse Is received by
the Rbecca Mthe alrcrait and appears as a signal pip on
thescope, therebytndlcatlng rangeanddlrectlon afthe bea-
can.
A form of communication btween Rbecca ad
Eureka Is also proVIded. The Eureka operator, while 11s
terung for triggering through his earphones, can send the
Rebecca operator a coded message by depressing a key
provided for that purpose. Such messages are read In the
Rbecca Indicator as abUnking of the signal pip. This type
of communication, though slow, J be used to notify Re
becca planes of 8 last minute changes caused, for exam
pip, by change'of wind direction or surrise enemy action.
Chief diferene beteen Rebecca - Eureka and
other beacon systems lies In the size and weight of the units.
Rebecca is designed solely to interrojate an Eureka; It
serves otherfWcUon and reqwres no other radar In the
aircrat. Hence Rebecca canbe Installed In a troop carrIer
airplane at a cost In weight of CD 85 pounds ompared
to an Installed weight 01.400-500 pounds for P radar.
(1) IndIcator BC-929-A (2) Radio Control Box BC_1l45_A
Scope records range vertically on three scales Q azimuth
horizontally right or left of centerline of beacon res
p
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sIgnal abve shows beacon 33 miles away Q approx,
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As soon as an Eureka has been set up ( usually It
can be done in less than 10 minutes) it Is ready to be trig
gered and to signal In retur to Inoming Rebecca eqwp
ped troop carriers.
Rebecca and Eureka must each use the proper
frequency channel - I.e., Rebeca Interrogates and Eureka
Is triggered on one frequency; Eureka respnds and R
bcca receives the response on another frequency. This
allows 2 0 different channelS, enough to act as a safeguard
against tapping by the enemy.
Radio Set -AN/ APN-2 Is designed to direct an
airplane V within 200 yards of the groun beacon and will
provide a good homing signal at a distance of 50 miles from
transprtable Beacon Transm.Uer-Recelver AN/TPN-3,
and U miles from trrtable Beacon Transmtter-Rec
elver AN/TPN-2.
Power reqwrements O the equipment are 185
walts at 8 or 115 volts, 400- 240 0 c.p.s. 8 25 watts at
Z volts dc.
Radio Set .AN/ APN-2Y Is Identical to-AN/ APN-2
except for Its vOJtage supply requirement of 12 volts dc.
Test equipment used in the maintenance of Radio
Set -AN/ APN-2includes Squadron Test Equipment lE-56-A
and Dept Test Equipment I-45-A.
Army reqwrements as of 1 February 1945 wer
5512 for the calendar year 1945.
TUBE COMPLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
1 955 1 5U4G
3 95 6 1 2C28
6AC7 1 6V6GT/G
1 6SL7GT 1 6X5GT/G
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3 6H6GT/G 1 'BPI
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Radio Receiver and Transmitter
"RT-IA/APN-2
on Moutllli FT-416-A
Remote Control
Device C-l34/ APN
(Shat MC_215
Indicator BC-929-A
on Mouting FT-409-A
Adapter
M-196/APN
Antenn "AT-2/APN-2
Antenn
'AT-l/APN-2
Visor
Conrol Bx
"C-3/APN-2
Mouting
FT-406_A
RADIO SI 'AN/APN-2 TOTAL WIGHT 85 LB.
Component
Radio Reeeiver and Transmitter
Radio Control Bx
Indicator
Antenna
Mouting
Mounting
Mountlng
Antenna
Remote Tuning Device
Tuning Adapter
Tuning Shaft
Nomenclature
RT-l/ APN-2
C_3/APN_2
BC-929-A
*AT-2/APN (2 ea)
FT-409-A
FT-416-A
FT-40B-A
AT-l/APN-2
C.l34/APN
M-196/APN
MC-215
Size
13" x 12" } 9"
3" x 4" x 8"
9
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6"
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13" x 9"
4" x 8"
6"
4" x3" x 3"
3" x 3
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x 2"
and Includes plugs, adapters, fuses and cable
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Weight
34 Lbs.
2 Lbs.
26 Lbs.
5 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
3 Lbs,
1 Lb.
2 Lbs,
1 Lb.
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1 Lb.



Training Equipment A/ APN - 2Tl is bench
trainer designed to train students in the operation of Radio
Set *AN/APN-2. ! is intended to present the conditions
which may arise during actual fllght. Provision Is made for
th selection of simUated video range, azimuth, beacon
.. . .. :1s etc., chosen by the instructor, training the student
to make the necessary adjustments or observations on the
*ANI APN-2 normally required during actual flight.
Signals furished by the variOUS beacons used
with the * ANI APN-2 can be similated by the trainer. The
equipment contains all the components of the ANI APN-2
with the addlt!onof a Radio Frequency Oscillator 0-7/ APN-
2Tl.
ANI APN-2Tl requires no special testequipment.
Therewereno Army Air Force Requirements as
of 1 February 1945.
POWER INPUT
TYPE OF SIGNAL
160 WATTS @ 80 VOLTS
A.C.
P iSE
TUBE COMPLEMENT
AN/APN-2Tl
NO. TYPE
l 955
2 6SN7GT
NO.
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Scope records range vertically on three scales azimuth
horizontally right or left of centerllne of Beacon Rsponse
.signal;above shows Simulated beacon 33 miles away and
approx. 300 right.
Visor Indicator BC-929_A
inverter Unit PE-115-A
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Radio Rceiver and Transmitter
Control Panel EC-793-A
Radio Control Bx
TRAINING EQUIPMENT AN/APN
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2Tl TOTAL WEIGHT 200 LBS.
Component
Radio Receiver and Transmitter
MO\ting
Indicator
Mounting
Radio Control Box
Mounting
Radio Frequency Oscillator
Inverter Unit
Control Panel
and includes plugs and mise, cables.
Nomenclature
RT-l/ APN-2
FT-416-A
BC-929-A{2 each)
FT_409_A(2 each)
C-3/APN-2
FT-406-A
0-7/ APN-2-Tl
PE-1l5-A
BC-703-A
Size
13" x 12" x
12" x 10" x 3"
9
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x 9
"
x 16"
ID x 9" x 2"
3" x 4"x 6"
7
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x 4" x 2"
11" x 22" xIS"
12" x 6" x 12"
9" x 10" x 12"'
Weight
35 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
26 Lbs
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3 Lbs.
2 Lbs.
1 Lb.
65 Lbs.
33 Lbs.
20 Lbs.
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Radio Transmitter T-ll/ APN_3
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Mountl MT-21. APN-3
Compartor eM-31 APN-3
On
Mounting Base MT-167/U
RADIO SET AN /APN-3
Component
Computer
Rdio Receiver
Indicator
Antenna
Radio Transmitter
Visor
Antenn
Muting
Mouting
Coni
Inverter
Pilot Direction Indicator
Mouting
Comparator
Mounting
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Antenna
AT-13/APN-3
Nomenclature
Kl
R.15/APN-3
ID-17/APN-3
AT-14/APN_3
T-ll/APN_3
M-387
AT..3/APN.3
MT-215/ APN_3
MT-216/ APN-3
CX-198/APN-3
PU.16/AP
10-103/ APN-3
MT_182/AP
CM-3/APN-S
MT-167/ APN-3
1OOicator ID-17/APN_3
On
Mouting MT -216/ APN -3
Pilot Direcllon
Indicator 10103/ APN-3
Antena
AT-14/APN-3
TOTAL WEIGHT 335 LBS.
Slu
` X 17" X 20"
(Inc!uded as Indicator)
15" 7 18" X25"
3" X 3" X12"
20" X 23" X 21"
4" X4" X4"
3" X 3" X1
4
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2" X Z 7 21"
12" 7 18" 7 21"
Length 5'
4" ? 4"l4"
5
" @ 8" @
23
"
2" J 22" 8"
Weight
56 Lbs.
77 Lbs.
1 Lb.
106 Lbs.
1 Lb.
9 Lbs.
16 Lbs.
1 Lbs
19 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
and Includes plugs, adapters, connector, switch and miscellaneous cable.
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*AN/AlN4
RadloSet -ANI APN-4, the airbore receiverele
mentaf the Loran navigation system (lOl range naviga
tion), IS utilized in conjuction with Loran ground stations
to determine the geograpnlcal poSition of anaircraft in flight.
This system, comprising a set of three or more fixed trans
mitters operated In conjunction with appropriate special ra
celver equipment,provldes, bythe utnlzat1onof radar rang
\ngprlnc\ples,long rangenavlgatlon Information, used for
the guidance of aircraft,
Comparable U accurcy U celestial nvigation,
Lornhas the advatage that It can be used under unfavor
able weather conditions. Maximum rnge of Loran opera
tlon Is approximately 600 mlles over water and 300 miles
over land when working with direct radio waves (ground
waves) from the associated ground stations, andapproxl
mately, I,Zo miles when sky waves (refected waves) are
used.
Synchronized ground stations operating In pairs
generate radio frequency eneryy In the form of short wave
trln having predetermined recurrence rates. The con
trol station Is designated the "Master" and the other, the
"Slave." The diference In time of arrival of the two pulses
at the airbore receiver Is accurately measured by dis
playing the received pulses on timing markers on the screen
ofthecathoderay tube of the airbore Indicator. This In
formatlonglveslocationofthealrplaneon a Une of constant
time difference which Is plotted a lap of region. To
establisha navlgational "!ix," Une of position must be ob
talnedfromanotherpalr of stations, and the point of Inter
section of these lines Is the position of the aircraft. Loran
maps have been prepared for those anas now covered by
the Loran net.
Radio Set . AN/ APN-4 fulfills the need for a radio
navlgaUonaldevlce to b used over areas far removed from
radio range transmitters. H \s not Intended to replace the
radio compass, but to extend the use of rdio navigation
beyond the range of low frequency transmitters. It Is par
ticularly Hseful on long ranges over water when overcast
makes celestial navigation Impossible.
Test Equipment used In the maintenance of this
equipment Includes T.20/ APN4.
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO.
TE
4 BSK7GT 1 5U4G
1 OC3/VR-105 2 2]2
16 6N7GT 1 6A7GT
4 6SL7GT 1 5CPl
2 6J7GT 8 6H6GT/G
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Radio Set * AN/ APN4 Is the airborne receiver element of the Loran Navigation System with which a radar
Clx Is obtained by taking a reading on each of two Loran the order shown.
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Cord CD-540
Cords CD-946
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RADIO SET AN /APN-4 TOTAL WEIGHT 75 LBS.
Component
Radio Reeiver
Mounting
indicator
Mounting
Nomenclature
R-9/APN-4
FT-447-A
I[6/ APN-4
FT-446
Size
2" X 9" X 8"
20" X9" X 12"
and Includes plugs, cordage, couplings, cable clamps, wire and cable.
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Weight
26 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
36 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
Radar Beacon ANI APN7 is an airbore trans
ponder beacon employed to establish the identity of the air
craft in which it Is Installed. The equipment Is designed
particuladyforoperatlon with ASQ, SCR-517 and SCR-717
and provides navigational aid to other aircraft, acting as a
"rooster" on which they may home. Tfacilitates the lo
cation of a predetermined meeting place with other aircraft.
The receiver has a 12mc. bandwidth and can be
tuned over the 3220 mc. to 3320 mc, range. The trans
mitter uses a 4468 lighthouse tube, with a power output of
200 watts. The trnsmitter may be tuned over the 3220
mc, to 3320 rrc, range.
Test equipment required for Inaintenance in
cludes Test Set TS-141 AP, Frequency Meter TS-46/ AP,
Dlmont 24J Oscilloscope and RCA M-18709 Signal
Generator.
AAF requirements as of 22 February 1945 were
225 for the calendar year 1945.
AN/APN

TUBE COMLEMENT
ReceivelTransmltter RT.21/ APN-7 installed for operation.
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
1 721_A I OC3/VR-105 POWER IUT
1 707-B 1 OD3/VR-150
1
3
1
11
1
446-B 1
6SN7GT 1
RK-34 1
BAG5 1
13T4 1
"ROOSTER"
BEACON EQUIPPED
AIRCRAFT
6E5
6B4G
2X2
5U4G
6X5GT/G
Radar Beacon AN/APN-7 is an airborne t
which it Is installed and provide navigatlo
Jl. 194,
POWER OUTPUT
FRE UENCY
TYPE OF SIGNAL
RANGE
SEARCH PULSE
TRIGGERS IIR
BORNE BEACON
IN"ROOSTER-

200 WATTS, 105-130 V,


400 TO 2400 CPS; 10 WATTS,
12/24 V L
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Antenna Assembly
AS_311 APN_'
on Mouting Rack MT_148/APN_ 7
RADAR BEACON AJAPN-7
Component Nomenclature
Rceiver-Transmitter RT-21/APN-7
Antenna Assembly AS-31/APN-7
Mounting Base MT-ll!APN-7
Coder KY.3!APN.7
"Mounting Base MT-148/ APN-7
and Includes antenna cable assembly) plugs and cable adapter .
. optional Items
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TOTAL WEIGHT 53 LBS.
Size Weight
13" X 13" X10" 36 Lbs.
25" x 4" x 4" 3 Lbs.
2" X12"
x
10" 3 Lbs.
7" x 5" x 16" 9 Lbs.
2" X 6" x 1 7" 2 Lbs.

Rdar Set AN/ APN- 9 is an ai rborne long range


navi gational equipment operated in conjunction with Loran
ground stations to provide navi gati on aid for heavy and
medium bombardment and transport type ai rcraft.
Ti s set , known as "Si mplifi ed Loran" , is a
single unit receiver-indicator wei ghing about 40 pounds ,
exc.udingpower squrce . Rdar Set AN/ APN- 9 will replace
Radio Set AN/ APN-4 , which is heavi er and consi sts of sev
eral uni ts.
COmparable i n accuracy to celestial navi gati on,
Loranhas the advantage that it can be used under ufavor
able weatber.conditions. Maxi mum range of Loran opera
ti on i s approximately 600 miles over water and 300 mi les
ever land: when working with di rect radio waves (ground
waves) from the associated ground stati ons , and approxi
mately 1 , 200 nii les when sky waves or reflected waves from
three ground stations are used.
Ground stations operating in synchroni sm gener
ate radi o frequency energy in Cform of short wave trains
having predetermined recurrence rates. These stations
operate in pai rs , one desi gnated the "master" station,
and the other, a "slave" station. The difference i n ti me
of arrival of t:pe two pulses at the ai rborne receiver is ac
curately measured by di splaying the received pulses super
i mposed on timing markers on the screen of the cathode
ray tubes of the ai rborne indicator. This information lo
cates the. ai rplane on a line of constant ti me difference which
. is plotted on a Loran chart of the regi on. To establish a
.
AN/APN- 9
navi gation fix, a line of position must 'be obtained from
another pai r of stati ons. The point of i ntersection of the
two lines of constant ti me difference locates the position
of the ai rcraft on the Loran Chart.
Test equipment requi red in the mai ntenance of
Rdi o Set AN/ APN-9 includes Test Set TS-251/UP, RCA
Oscilloscope Type 158, Signal Generator---72 and Weston
Output Meter model U1i Type 3A.
POWER INPUT 190 w. _ 80/1 1 5 v. 400 -
2400 cps
FRQUENCY 1. 7 - 2 Mc
TYPE LJ SIGNAL . pulse
RNGE 600 miles (ground waves)
1 200 mi les (sk waves)
TUE COMPLEMENT
IO, TYPE , TYPE
1 3BP1 3 6SL7GT/G
i 2X2 13 6SN7GT/G
1 5Y3GT/G 7 6H6GT/G
1 6Y6G 3 6SK7GT/G
2 6S}7GT/G 1 6SA7GT/G
1 OC3/VR- 105 1 6N7
Rdio Set AN/ APN-9 is the airborne receiver element of the Loran Navigatioal System with which a radar fix
I3 obtained by taking a reading on each of two
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Bece!ver-h:dIcatcr
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CoupIIn
CaoIe CIamp
BadIc Frequency CaoIe
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CCB:VBP h:d\cator R65(A) /APN-9(A-2)


Ncmenc!ature
B-66/APN~9
MT-203JAPN
MC~27T
M-29T
R-JU
CU-92JAPN
M-359
PL259~1
TOTAL WEIGHT 9\ LBS.
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36 Lbs.
3 Lbs.

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Radar Set ANI APN-IO, a light weight, interro
gator-responsor type, airbre navigational equipment, is
designed to dlrecta airplane to within 2yards of a groud
or airbore becon. The set will provide a good homing
signal at a distance of fifty mBes from transprtable Ba.
can Transmitter-Rceiver AN/TPN-2 or RadIo Set SCR-
695, and at twenty-ftvemllesfromportable Beacon Trans
mi tter-Rceiver AN/PPN.I or AN/PPN-2.
|conjunction with suitable companion beacons,
this equipment may be used for landing parachute troops
or gUders by night; maIntaining airbore supply operatios
to Isolated positions at nlghtj demarcation of bombing llne
Iorclose support bombers; \dentiflcaUonof certain advanced
units: homing on airfIeld beacons; homing on airbore bea
cons; identification of oer friendly airplanes, and as a
ground
,
tnte rrogalor-responsor for Identifying friendly air
planes and checking IFF equipment inaircrait during take
of! or landing.
This equipment Is essentially a radio transmit
ter-receiver with a cathode ray Indicator. A pulse modu
lated signal Is transmitted by Radar Set AN/APN-lO, re
ceived by the ground or airborne beacon which then auto
maticallytransmits a reply on the same or a dlferent fre
quency, which when received Is displayed on the cathode
ray I ndicator.
The airplane Is directed toward the beacon by
tur until signals of equal amplitude are observed on
each Side of the Indicator.
This receiver-transmitter Is housed In a single
W andwlll transmit and recelveon any frequency beteen
160aO 240 mc. Dsired frequencies are selected by means
of a tuning knob on the front panel of the unit.
Radar Bet AN APN-I0 may be Installed in bom
bers, transports, gliders, and fighter airplanes, havtng a
radio operator's or navigator's compartment. One Ind!
vtdual ls required to operate this eqUipmen.
Radar Bet AN/APN-43 IsstmUarlo AN/APN-lO,
B may be used in connection with any Eureka type bea
con such as AN/TPN-2, AN/PPN-l , or AN/PPN-2. lt alse
operates In conunction w1h YH and )type beacons and
BCR-695 IFF equipment.
Test equipment required for maintenance and t
Ing of AN/APN_lO Includes Test Equipment IE-45 (depot)
and Test EqUipment IE-56 (field).
There were no AAF requirements as of 1 Feb
t 1945.
RADAR bL AN l
APN-l 0
AN/APN-lO
AN/APN-lO scope displays ground station responses on
twoscaieswithO to 5and 0 to mile ranges, and Indir.ates
rlght-left dlrectlonofthe ground station relative to the line
of fight.
POWER INPUT
POWER OUTPUT
FRE UENey
TYPE OF SIGNAL
RANGE
100 WAT@ 22_30 VOL'!S
L,
100 WATTS PEAK
160-240 MC
PULSE
5-50 MES
TUBE COMPLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
I OF' I 3BPI
6 6AKS l VR-150/30
6)6 2 955
3 6C' I 6V6
I SAG5 I 0016
TOTAL WEIGHT 30 Lb.
Component om.n""",.
Weigbt
Transmi Ue r-Recelver-Indicato r
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RT-XA-16/ APN-IO(XA-2) 11" x B" x 19"
30 Lbs.
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Radar Set ANI APN-12 \s an airbore interro
gator responsor equipment designed to indicate range and
relative azimuth In conjunction with groud instalations
of radar beacons of the Eureka type, BAB equipment, and
YH and Y radar beacons. 1 modlfled "A" scope is used
to give right left indications and range, This set is simi
lar to Radio Sets SCR-729 and ANI APN-2 and Is intended
to supplement and eventually replace these sets since It
combines their functions and frequency coverage. Shape
and mounting of the AN APN12 is comparable to that of
the SCR-729 and AN/APN-2.
S equipment consists of H Receiver-Trans
mitter RT-ll/APN-12 which can transmit and receive on
at least three separate frequencies U the Mrk IFF
D and on the five Rebecca-Eureka frequencies. Fre
quency of the transmitter and receiver are independently
adjustable. Selector switch tuning permits use of any pre
set transmitter or receiver frequency while the aircraft
is In fllght. Normally the W will operate as an Interro
gatorresponso'j however, the basic Circuits have been so
designed that the equipment may also operate as a trans
Dondor beacon. The choice of either one depends on the
tactical requirements.
Test Eqipment required for the operation and
maintenance of AN/APN-12 Includes Test Equipment ]~
58-A, Sgnal Gene1to1 GR-804-C and Oscilloscope RA-
158.
AN/APN-12
POWER INUT 30 WAT'S D.C. @ 24-28
VOLTS - 150 WATTS @
OR 115 VOL'S. 400 V 2400
C P S
POWER OUTPUT 400-500 WATTS
FREQUENCY 200-240 NC and
158-188 MC
S
RANGE 20 N. FOR EUREKA
BEACON, 90 . FOR
OR YJ BEACON, 50 . FOR
AN/TPN-l, AN/TPN-3.
SCR-
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TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE
6 SSN7GT
4 8H8GT/G
2 22
2 8X5GT/G
1 8G8GT
1 3BPl
1 6Al5
1 9002
NO. TYPE
1 6)6
T 6AC7
1 8V8GT/G
2 SSL7GT
1 5U4G
1 2C28A
1 6E5
1 S)7

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Radar Set ANI APN-12 Isan airbore interrol_tor respoor eqUipment used In
,
conunctlon with grund beacons
for aircraft navigation and for f.Aark IF 1 na, sea and air operations.
AN/A|N 2
Control Boxes
Rceiver Transmitter
RT.1l/APN.12
RADAR bL AN /APN 1 2
Component
Receiver-Transmitter
Control Box
Control Bx
indicator
Mouting
Mounting
Mounting
Antenna
Antenna
Video Gate
Mounting Base
Cable Clamp
Coupling
Remote Tuning Dvice
Receptacle
Nomenclature
RT_ll/APN_12
C-169/APN-!2
C-170/APN-12
l-169/APN-12
FT-406-A (2 each)
FT-409-A
FT-416-A
AT-gel APN-12 (3 each)
AT-97/ APN-12 (2 each)
M-284/ APN-12
MT 165/U
M-297 .

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7
7
C_195/APN_12
UG-191/AP
and Includes plugs, adapters, cable adapters and r-f cables.
less U one pound In weight.
ccton ~ 0A I:c $ y
Video Gate M-284/APN-12
Antenna AT-97/APN-12
TOTAL WEIGHT 1 05 Lb.
Size
12" x 12" x 13"
4" x 6" x 3"
4" x 10" x 3"
5" x 6" x 10"
6" x 2" x 10"
3" X 3" x 3"
1" long x l" diam.
Weight
40 Lbs.
1 Lb.
1 Lb.
26 Lbs.

3 Lbs,
3 Lbs.
5 Lbs,
5 Lbs.
9 Lbs,
2 Lbs.

1 Lb.

Radar Beacon ANIAPN-19. (Rosebud) Is an aIr


bore rane coded beacon which Is Installed In fighters to
enable Ground Radar AN/CPS_I, AN/CPS-B and SCR-584
to Identif and vector these airplanes at ranges greater
the ground radars normally ! function with alrplanes
not so equipped, This equipment Increases the range and
rellabllity for close support bombing and photo-reconnis
sance when used with modified SCR-584 radars.
The set Is capable of being Interrogated by radars
having beacon functions and replying with a range coded
signl permitting the beacon to be located In range and azi
muth. A tuable 7 megacycle-bandwidth cavity Is available
when It is desired to eliminate all frequencies except those
of one Interrogating radar. Reply may be coded by three
codeplps, thespaclngofwhlch may be varied so that seven
combinations are possible.
The equlpment Is simllarto Radio Set AN/UPM2
adapted for al rbore operation. Antenna Assembly AS.172/
AP, the horizontally polarized antenna designed for airbore
operation, consistsofaduai llnear arry of six dipoles for
receiving and trnsmitting. Present indications show that
for fighter planes, vertically polarized antennas are pre
ANI APN- 1 9
ferred as the vertically polarized dipoles wlll D only one
and onehai Inches long.
Test equipment reqUred for maintenance andtu
lnglncludes Test Set T.125/AP, Wavemeter TS.1l7/GP,
TestSet TS.3A/ SlgnaIGeneratorTS.155C/UP, Press
urizing Kit M.20/UP, Multimeter TS.297/U. Oscllloscope
TS-239/UP, Oscilloscope TS.34/AP, Voltage DIvider 'S
ago/ AP, Mullmeter TS.352/u, Dnamotor Test Set -
414/U, and Tube Tester 1-177.
ArmyAir Forces requirements as of 1 Febrary
1945 were 3273 for U calendar year 1945.
NO.
3
2
TUBE COMPLEMENT
TYPE
2D21
7F8
NO.
1
5
TYPE
2C40
7F8
Rr Beacon AN/APN-19 Installed in contrl operations at much
greater ranges than are possible with aircraft contact Is maintained wlth the
control station by beacon lulse rather than with the weaker reflected pulse.
AN/AN-19
Radar TrnsmJtter T-l28/APN19
Damotor DY-30/APN-19
Control Bx C-238/ APN-19
RDA BEACON A/A
-
19
Component
Control Box
Control Box
Anenna
Radar Transmltter
Radar Receiver
Dnamotor
Nomenclature
C-238/ APN-19
C-239/ APN-19
AT-I04/APN-19
T-l28/ APN-19
R-149/APN-19
DY-30!APN.19
and Includes plugs cable adapters etc.
5ctcn - vukc 5urv
Radar Receiver R-149/APN_19
Antenna AT-104/APN-19
Control Box C_239/APN_19
TOTAL WEIGHT 30LBS.
Size
x 3"
x
('
4" x 4"
x 5
"
2" X 3" Diameter
9" x 7" Diameter
9" x 7" Diameter
5" x 8
" x
Weight

1 L.

7 Lb.
B Lbs.
10 Lbs.
Training Equipment AN APN Tl tsa bench traIn
er designed to trin students In the opertion of Radio Set
SCR,729. \slntended to present reallstically to the stu
dent as many as pssible of the situations which may arise
under actual flight conditions In connection with the per -
formance of SCR-729.
Tralnlng Equipment ANI APN-Tl comprlsesvar
iouscomponents of SCR-729, slightly modified. The train
Ing uit consists O two chassis, mounted one above the
other, and assembled in a double-deck cabinet. The upper
chassis contains Code Selector Y-?APN-Tl, while the
lower contains R Genertor 0-6/ APN-Tl. Ellhercbassis
my D removed through the front of the cabinet by dis -
cOMecting the interconecting cable and removing the pro
per rack panel screws.
Synchronizing pulses from Radio Receiver and
Transmitter BC-OO-A are appUed to the input circuit of
the generator and enter two parallel channels. One chan
nel generates a signal which Simulates ground reflectlona
The other chaMel generates signals which simulate resp
onses from various beacons and IFF equipment. The code
selectorworks In conjunction wlUt the generator. providing
mechanical switching to simulate coding; and also provides
ameansof swltchingforthe selection of the desired signals,
Each of the two genertor channels contains an J oscH
l&tor which Is modulated by the video signals generated In
that channeL The resulting pulses from bth oscil
lators are coupled Into a common R output cable and ap
piled to the receiver antena input of Radio Receiver and
Transmitter Be-80-A. These pulses are detected and
AN/APN-Tl
the video pulses applied In the normal manner to Indicator
BC-929-A, Thus, far as the student Is concered, the
indications on the Indicator are Similar to those occurlng
underfllght conditions. The selection of the video Signal ,
range, azimuth, etc. , are at the discretion of the Instructor.
The Instructor can, by suitable manipulation of the controls
of the unit, require the student to make anyadJustments or
obserations on SCR-729 which would normally be requir
ed of the student under fight conditions .
Two Indicators may be conne cted In paraUel ln
order to provide separate indications for Instructor and
student. The BC-800-A and BC-929-A are wired M that
theycanbeopertedfromthe SO-volt supply. This permits
8 units of U equipment to be operted from a common
power supply.
Nospecial test equipment is necessary for maln
tenan(e of this trainer.
There were no MF requirements as of 1 Feb_
ruary 1945.
POWER IUT 28AMPS 24 V . l
TYPE OF SIGNAL PULSE
TUBE COMPLEMENT
NO.
TYPE NO. TYPE
1 6AC7 2 BSN7GT
1 6]5 1 5Y3GT!G
2 955
|
W
Indicator BC-929-A Visor Radio Frequency Generator 0_6/APN_Tl Visor
Indicator BC-929-A
Inverer Unit PE.-1l5-A Radio Receiver 8 Transmitter
TRAINING EQUIPMENT A7APN-TI
Component
Radio Receiver and Trnsmitter
Mounting
Indicator
M
ounting
Radio Control Bx
Mouting
Radio Frequency Generator
Code Selector
Double Dck Cabiet
Inverter Unit
Control Panel
Nomenclature
BC-B-A
FT-416-A
BC-929-A (2 each)
FT-409-A (2 each)
BC-1145-A
FT-406-A
0-6/APN-T1
KY -2 AP _
PE-115-
BC-703-
and Includes plugs, adapters, wire and miSC. cable,
Jvl) 19j
Control Panel BC-703-A
Control Bx
BC-1145-A
TOTAL WEIGHT 1 9 6 Lb.
Size
13" x 13" 9"
12" x 10" x 3"
9" x 9" 7 16" (ea)
15" x 9" x 2"
3"x 4" X b
7" 4" x 2"
9" 7 19" 7 40
9" x 19" x IS"
8' 19"
1"2"'x 8" x ;`'
10" 12')
&
Weight
34 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
26 Lbs.
3 Lb.
2 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
18 Lbs.
36 Lbs.
36 Lbs.
33 Lbs.
20 Lbs.
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1TBDSQOT1BDiB BOBQIBT BQl1QCBH1 USBO 1O COHVBT1 BBCOH
IBDSD1I1CT1CCB1NCTS1/1 -111/-ZOT1/-
OlOI D11HO BQQIOBCD Ol B1ICIBlI CQl1QQBO W1ID 1HIBTTOB1OI
TCSQOHSOT BQU1QDBH1S SlCD BO1O BI 1/11-Z OT
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DB BCCODQi1SDBO IO W1ID1H OHB C1iB OI B IuWlB_, Te BCT-
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1SI lTBDC-)KC SDIBHDS TCl1CCIOT, SDO B SW11CD1H u1lOT
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IO 13O1O BI 1/1-J.
W
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W1ICD1H 1SSBCD1_ 1-/L1-1,
AN/CPA-l
1OWCI 1S ODIB1HBO IOC 11 VOiIS D-C C_CiB
QOWCT SOlTCC OT lTOD B Z VO11 OC, SOUTCB l11i121D BH 1H~
VBT1BT, OWBT1HQl1 !S Z WB11S, DCBQl1QCBCI OQBTBIBS
OVBT B TBQUBCC_ IBCC Ol Z1 - ZO DC,
11/L11-1 TBQl1TBS HO SQBC1B1 IBS1 Bl1QDBH1
OI DB1DIBDBDCB OI OQCTB11OH.
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1
11
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U\VBT1BT !H11 ~C/L1-1,
1H1BHH3 _S1BD 1-O/\1~1 BSSBDD1BO IOI DQCTBI1OC.
RADAR ANTENNA ASSEMBLY AN/CPA- l
LOCQOHBH1
1H1BDT3 <_SIBD
W1ICD1D 1SSBCD_
1CNICCT C11
SHO 1CClUOBS Q1US BCO COTOS,
Jly 1945
ODBHC1B1UIB
TOTAL WEIGHT 155 LBS_
12B B1D1
1DS,
ZJ 1DS,
1 1DS.
Radio Set AN/CPN2 Is the ground portion of
thepreclsionalrcraitnavigational system kown as Shoran
which employs radar ranging and beacon priniples. This
system Is used for precision navigation, permitting posi
tioning of aircraft within 75 feet of any point In the range
of the system.
Shoran consists of one aircraft equipment (AI
APN-3) and two Identical ground station equlpments (AI
CPN-2). The ANCPN.2's provide signals which are uUl
Izedbythe aircraft equipment (AN/APN.3) to measure the
distance from the aircraft to each of the two AN/CPN-2
ground stations. InprcUce one performs the "rate" du
ties while the other acts as the "drift" station. The "drift"
statIon' is the one which provides te course or arc flown
py the navigator. The "rate" station provides the Inter
secting or bombing pOint. These Indications depend on the
plane's receiver-Indicator system, I.e., a ground station
may be a "rate" station for one airplane B a "drift"
station for another. A maximum of & airbore equip
ments san use a single pair of groud beacons Simultane
ously. (For further details on the opertion of Shoran re
fer to Radio Set AN!APN-3.)
Radio Transmitter T-12/CPN-2
TUE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
5 3E29 2 705 A
1 5X3G' 1
'E5
13 C7 7
6AG5
3 6AG7 1
Z2
3 5RGY 1
3BPl
5
2
6V6GT/G

']' 1
O/VR1D
6SN7GT
JvI} 194
AN/ CPN- 2
Monitor I-18/CPN-2
The following major components of AN/CPN:2
perform the fWlctlons Indicated:
Transmitter; when Interrogated by AN/ APN-3
this unlt responds b transmlttlng a pulsed signal at the
proper rf frequency.
Monitor; this component contains the VrecelvEr
unltfor receiving the signals from AN/ APN-3. also in
corporates a network for controlling the overall delay of
the station, and a master tlnlng unit used as a reference
standard for the airbore timer. An oscilloscope Is pro
vided for checking the delay and a wavemeter Is Included
for checking the frequency of the I receiver.
Shomo may be used as an aid in photogrphic
reconnlsance, aerial mapping for establishing a bombing
line, dropping paratroopers and supplles over a pre-select
ed point, and for precision navigation of airraft and of
ships to the ground stations.
Additionl test equipment used Uthe minten
ance of Radio Set AN/CPN-2 Includes Voltmeters IS-185
and 1-189., and Power Meter TS-30S/UP.
'
the highest terralne
Ills or buildings.
t
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IN} CiN2
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Complete installation of Vehicular Mounting Kit for Radio Set AN/CPN-2,


RADIO SET AN/CPN-2
Component
Transmitter
Morutor
Antenna Mast Refe(tor
Antenna Bd
Mst Accessories
2 Homellte Power
Tpe HRU-AD
Nomenclatue
T.12/CPN-2
ID-IBCPN-2 with rceiver
AN-28/CPN-2
PU_4/CPN_2
2 Gas Cans In case packed for shipment
TOTAL WEIGHT 1163 LB
Size
26" x 20" x 41"
26" x 20" x 22"
12" x 9" x 144"
19" x 44" x 14"
17" x 35" x 21"
IS" x 14" x 29"
Weight
209 L
bs.
98 Lbs.
191 Lbs,
78 Lbs.
195 Lbs.
140 Lbs.
49 Lbs. (a,)
Radio Set ANCPN.3, Is an air transportable
radar beacon for ground installation, designed to provide
ranle. dlrecti(n lnd Identlflcltion for the hOnUll! of planes
equipped with search radars. 10 cm band.
When attempting to home on this equipment, the
a\rcraftequlppedwlth airbore search equipment switches
from rdar " search" to "beacon" position. The signals
from the aircraft, when received at the beacon, actuate the
beacon transmitter, causing a grup of coded pulse signals
to be generated and transmitted to the aircraft where they
appear as echoes on the Indicator of the radar equipment .
Thedlstlnctlvekeylngor pulse grouping of the beacon sig
nals Identifes the beacon to the homjng aircraft.
Performance, in generl, has been good, and
these beacons are in operational field 8 training use. |
the British Isles, the beacons are operated In pirs, one
automatically being put Into operation by the 1V of the
other. Anover Interrogation gate and local interference eil
mintor have been Incorporated In the system,
This equipment uses separate receiving and trans
mitting antennas; each a linear array of Six elements of three
horizontal dipoles, cuzedand equally spaced about a point.
TIs expected I!Rdio Set AN/CPN.3wlll be re
placed by Rdio Set AN/CPN.S,
I

1
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AN/CPN-3
Test eqUipment required in the maintenance and
tUnlng of this equipment Includes Voltmeter l-lS9, Test
Set TS.14/ AP, Synchroscope TS.2S/ APN, Phantom Antenna
and Attenualor TS-74/UPM, Voltage DIvider TSS9/AP,
Wavemeter 'SIll/CP.
Mast Head AS-9/CPN-3
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
2
3
2
8
1
3
4
17
1
1
417A
5U4G
5Y3GT
SAC?
8H8
6L6G
6J7GT
6N7GT
6YBG
V&-105-30
1 V&-I50-30
1 2API
1 6X5GT
l 2J37
2 O
1 829
2 1616
2 8020
2 V&-90-30
2 6AG7
M L

UB
H VEOLE L1M O
1T UEVUN
LD

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R1
I
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O L
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Radio Set AN/CPN-3 Is a air transoortable rafr beacon designed tC provide range, direction and ident1fl_
cation for the homing of 10 em band ASV 13C1 JippeB arcrft_
T
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AN,ClN8
Radio Set AN/CPN-3 In T8BT of trck.
Rdio Set AN!CPN.3 1TUDT view, doors of housings open.
RADIO SE A/CP-3 TOTA WEGHT 14 LS.
Component
Radio Receiver
Coder
Monltor
1C Transmitter
Poer Supply
Mast Head
AntelU Support
Nomenclatue
R-ll/CPN3
KY.l/CPN-3
I-13/CPN.3
T-8/CPN-3
PP-8/CPN-3
AS.9/CPN-3
AB.2/CPN-3 Includes Mast Head 20' Hlfh
and Includes plugs cable idapters etc.
ectvcn 4 - 9h+ vr}
Size
8" x 18" x 13"
8" x 19" x 13"
8" x 19" x 13"
43" x 4" dlam.
Wel(ht
53 Lbs.
40 Lbs.
27 Lbs.
127 Lbs.
RadioSetAN/CPN-6,an air transportable coded
beacon for ground Installation, provides range, direction
andldentlflcatlonfortheguldance of aircraft and is similar
to RadloSet AN/CPN-3 but operates on a higher frequency.
This equipment is a homing beacon which, when
used In conjunction with suitable airborne radar interro
gator-responsor equipment, will aid aircraft in navigating
to a designated spot on the ground.
When attempting to home on this beacon an air
craft equipped with airbore interrogation equipment fies
toward the beacon with the interrogator operating. Signals
from the aircraft, when received at the beacon actuate the
beacon transmitter, causing a coded group of pulse signals
to be generated which are transmitted to the airc raft, where
theyappearas echoes on the indicator of the interrogator
responsor eqUipment. The distinctive keying or pulse
grouping of the beacon signs Identifies the beacon to the
homing aircraft. The discriminator accepts 2 to 5 miCro
seconds interrogating pulses, rejecting pulses shorter than
2 microseconds or longer than 5 microseconds. A selection
of 56 codes are available in each transmitter.
This eqUipment has a linear array of slotted
wave guide elements, 12 for the receiver and 12 for the
transmitter. The patter is uniform In azimuth, 3 db down
at 5 degrees above or below the horizontal. There Is a
special two-element broad beam antenna for shipboard in
stallatlon.
Power Is obtained from a 115/230 volt, 50-70 cps
source with a power consumption of 2 kllowatts and a peak
power output of 25 to 50 kilowatts. Maximum range of the
equipment Is 100 miles.
Radio Set AN/CPN-6 installed as
Jv} :qg
ANl ClN
Test equipment required for the maintenance of
Radio Set AN/CPN-6 Includes Detector Amplifier Assem
bly AN/UPA.l, Voltmeter 15-189, Synchrcscope 1-281
!N, Voltage Divider TS-89/AP, Radio Frequency Test
Load TS-lOS! AP, Test Set TS.120/UP.
AAF requirements as of 1 February 1945 were
240 for the calendar year 1945 and 60 for 1946.
POWER INPUT 2 KW @ 115/230 VOLTS
50-70 CPS
P WER P 25-50 PE
FREQUENCY TRANSMTTER 9310
MC:RCEIVER 9320-
9430 MC
TYPE OF SIGNAL ED
E E S
RANGE
TUBE COMPLEMENT
NO. TYPE
1 723B
l+ BAC7
7 SSN7GT
7 SSL7GT
6 5R4GY
3 6B4G
2 6SJ7GT
1 OC3/VR-105
NO. TYPE
5 OD3/VR-150
1 6AG7
1 815
2 5D21
1 2J48
2 705A
2 IN23

AN/CPN-
AS VW ON THE
INDICATOR OF THE AlA
BORNt AAOAR IANlAPO-13,
AN/AfS-IO
,
AN/APS-15)
of aircraft.
g - G Y u9h:c :tr=
AN/ CPN-6
RADIO SET AN/CPN-6 TOTAL WEIGHT 1800 LBS.
Nomenclature
AntennaAssembly
Antenna Mast Assembly
Transmitter-Modulator
Radar Receiver
Coder
Modulator Driver
Discriminat
o
r
Transmitter Power Supply
Auto Transformer
Receiver Cabinet
Transmitter Oablnet
Component
AS-1l9/CPN.B
AB-42/CPN.6
T-79/CPN-6
R-SB/CPN.6
KY.6/CPN-B
AM-44!CPN-6
F.12!CPN-B
PP.93/CPN.B
M.Z02!CPN.6
CY.170/CPN-6
CY169/CPN.6
Size
20" ? 4" dla.
I?" X l0 7 20"
11" X 1 X 20"
11" X 16" X 20"
11" X 16" 7 20"
IS" X 17" 7 12"
12" X 8" A 10"
18" 7 50" X 24"
18" X 50" X 24"
and Includes set of conecting and\nte:onnetJncords and tp5t accessories kit.
5t:cn - * "A,, S",,y
Weight
177 Lbs.
193 Lbs.
115 Lbs.
45 Lbs.
57 Lbs.
74 Lbs.
45 Lbs.
143 Lbs.
66 Lbs.
265 Lbs.
265 Lbs.
Radio Set AN/CPN - 7, sometimes known as
"BABS" , is a modification of the airborne IFF Radio Set
SCR-S95 to form a ground, air-trnsportable, radar bea
con transponder to provide a means of landing aircraft e
quipped with Radio Set SCR-729 or Radio Set AN! APN-2
under conditions of poor visibility and low ceiling. Use of
the equipment will permit approaches In line with and to
within one mile of the runway and to an altitude of 200 feet,
the actual landing being conducted visually.
When interrogated by anlnterrogator-responsor
such as SCR-729, the BAB beacon transmlts a beam slight
ly off the right of the runway (as viewed from the approach
ing aircraft) for approximately 1 second, and then another
to the left of the runway for about 0.2 seconds. When ex
actly on the runway, the approaching aircraft Is in a field
of constant signal strength and receives a signal of un
changing amplitude, this manjfesting itself as a steady sig
naHwlthout flicker) on the airbore Indicator. Uthe 81
~
plane is to the right or to the left of the runway, the am
plitude of the signal will be different and an amplitude fick
er will be obsered on the right or left of the indicator cor
responding to the side of the runway that the a\ rplane may
AN/ CPN-7
be approaching.
This equipment requl res a 110 volts 60 cycle pow
er source.
Test equipment used in the maintenance of this
equipment includes Test Equipment l-46.
PQWERINPUT
9S-160 WAT1S, l l O V,
!CPS
POWE P 1 W
FREQUENCY RECErvER 171-181 MC.
TRANSMITTER 168.5 -
17 8. 5 MC.
TYPE OF SIGNAL PULE
RANGE 2 A 2
TUBE COMPLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
l 5U4G 3 6H.
3 7l{3 6 6SH7
R R R NO0 LL f+R
OF RuNwY 0ON R5ON5E
0ON1INuOu5 & L0uLLY I NTN5L.
0ON1lNUOu5 5l 6
NLuL5L 0N
1R0 ONRuNwY.
*
AlR0RF1 RI N0LF1 OF
RuNwY L0ON R5ON5L
wI LLFLi 0kR. LI1 O R ~
1I ON OF 0ON R5PON5
RI 6R1 FOR O. 2 5 0 ON 0~
RI 0N1 OR1I ON L1RN1
LY LI 6N1 FOR ONL 5
=

:
J0 b
:0X
V`6w

'
0
IN6 RI 6n1 OF
RuNwY
0ON R5ON5
I wI LLFLI 0KK
(RI 6R1 OR~
1I ON OFR~
5P0NS
RI 6R1 fOR

ON 50ON0.
LF1 OR1ION
L1RN1LY
L:6N1FORO.2
Radio Set AN/CPN-7 (BAB) Is .__ radar )acon tspnde; ,.; means of landing
aircraft equipped with Rdio Set S Se HAPN
J J) z@
Suhon 4 r9hc ors)
AN/ CPN-7
Case CYw47/CPNw7 with Power Unit,
On Model 358RS
Antenna
AT.31!CPN-7
Antenna Mast AB-3/TPN-l
RADIO SET AN/CPN-7
Component
Cas.
Rceiver-Transmitter
Switching Assembly
Antenna
Antena Mast
Case
Power Plant
Antenna System
Mouting
S,ct'Of 4 - GraA.c SIY
Nomenclature
CY.46/CPN-7
RT-29!CPN-7
1
SA-IO/CPN-7
AT-31/CPN-7
AB-3/TPN-l
CY.47/CPN.7
1358R
AS.48/CPN-7
FT-242-F
Case CY.46/CPN-7 with MouUngs FT_247_F
8Switching Assembly SA-IO/CPN-7
Receivers-Transmitters RT-29/CPN-7
TOTAL WEIGHT 2 0 0 LBS.
S're
28" 7 20" x 18"
13" x 14" x 10"
S" x 3" x 13"
Length 18"
Length 20' Dam. 2'
28" x 20" x IS"
8" x 8" x 11" Height 27"
Weight
45 Lbs,
40 Lbs.
11 Lbs.
7 Lbs.
45 Lbs
RadloSetAN!CPN-8, analr transportable coded
beacoR' "for groud Inslallatlons Is 'slmllar to Rdio Set
AN/CPN-3 except that AN/CPN_8 Is much smaller. D
stgned to respond to 10 em band rdar sets having pro
vision for beacon Interrogation, provides range, direction
and Identification for the guidance of planes.
When attemptlng to home on this bacon. an air
craft equipped with airbore interrgation equipment files
towards the beacon with the Interrogator operaUng. The
signals from the aircraft, when received at the beacon act
uate the beacon transmitter, caUSing a group of coded pulse
signals to begeneratedand trnsmitted to the alrcraftwhere
they appear as echoes on the indicator of the interrogator
responser eqUipmet. The distinctive keying or pulse group
ing oHhe beacon signals Identifies the beacon to the homing
aircraft. The discriminator rejects pulses shorter than
2 micro-seconds or longer than 4 micro-seconds. Coding
Is provided by means of 6 code pips, making 50 codes pos
sible.
The antenna consists of a ltnear array of ver
tically stacked triple dipoles, 14 In transmlltlng and 14 In
receivi ng antennas. 1 Is omnidlrectlonal in azimuth with
7 degree vertical half power beam Width, mounted on a mast
so that total height Is 2S feet. Usual polarization Is hori
zontal but vertically polarized antennas are available.
Radio Set AN/CPN-8 transmits coded pulses on
3256 mc. and receives In the frequency range of 3267 to
3333 mc. The equipment opertes on 100-130 volts or 200-
260 volts, SO-70cycles. An Input of 1300 watts produces a
peakpoweroutputof 2.25 kwor more. 'he maximum rage
of the equipment Is more U 100 mies.
TUBE C:MLEMEN"l
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
2
1 1
3
2
1
7
10
3
1
SR4GY 3 3824
6AC7 4 6XSGT/G
6AG7 1 71SB
6B4G 2 607
0) 2 Or/VR-l50
6L7GT 1 SCPl
6N7GT 2 22
OC3/VR-IOS 2 6H6
2J38 1 4468 or 2C40
LN H 8 E MGEDYKMg
|J U JMH M U~RLDU
MYH AY+Y L&MH MI
N N
HA NE
S MM
AN/CPN-8
Airbore Equipment Records Bacon Range (distance
from center of scope to first plp), azlmuth (sition on
scope). and Identity (number arrangement of pips)
Test equipment required for the maintenance of
Radio Set AN/CPN-8Includes: Wavemeter '-ll1/CP, Vol
tage Divider 'I'-89/AP, Phantom Antenna and Attenuator
T-74/UPM, Antenna Dipole Assy. AS_23/ AP, Power Meter
TS-12S!AP, and Voltmeter I-189.
Army Air Forces requlrementsas of 1 February
were 338 for the calendar year 1945 and 40 for 1946.
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Rdio Set AN/CPN - 8 Is an Air Transportable Radar Beacon designed to provide range, direction, and
Identification for homlng 10 cm band radar equIpped alrcraft_
ta ::
AN/ePN- 8
1. Monitor Unit TS-121(XA)CPN-B (XA-l).
d. Rceiver Coder Unit R-56(XA)CPN-B) (XA-l).
3. Modulator Q Transmitter Unit T-50(XA)CPN-B (XA-l)
4. Voltage Control Unit CN-ll(XA) CPN-B (XA-l)
RADIO bL P/
Component
Receiver Coder Untt
TrnsmHter 8 Modulator
Voltage Control Unit
Mnitor Unit
Mast Head
Mst Head
Case
Antenna Support
Case
Case (2 Operating spares)
Transmission Line
Transmission Line
Cord
Nomenclature
RS6/CPN-8
T-50!CPN-B
CN-ll!CPN-8
'IS-121/CPN-B
AS-72/CPN-8
AS-80/CPN.B
CY.68/CPN-B
AB-18/CPN.B
CY-166/CPN-8
CY.248/CPN-B
CG.172/CPN-B
CG-173/CPN-B
CG-119jU
aD Includes conecUng and Interconnectlng cords
5ec!o 4 - 0r Q f1 rr
TOTAL WGH 1900 U.
Sjz
10" x 17" x 22"
1l" x 17 ' x 2Z"
8" x 17" x Z
10" x 17" 7 22"
5" x 9 dla.
6" x 6" dla.
2S" x 27" x 46"
20' x 4" dia.
15" x 17" x 68"
32" x 26." x 20"
long
48' long
Weight
73 Lbs.
110 Lbs.
64 Lbs.
O Lbs.
25 Us.
30 Lb.
188 Lbs.
Lbs.
110 Lbs
450 Lbs.
25 Lbs.
25 Lbs.
AN/ClN
Padar 8ets ANJCPN-l1 8 AN/CPN-I2 com- scope 3' 1D 224A, 8InaI Cenerator!-?2, andEIcok
prIse an a:r-transportahle rond!omchaInwh1chp:o- ModeI lI0.
VIdes a sInal tor__sItIon"!" by aIrcraft egu:pped


Th:s :s IIhtweIht eguIpment Intendedtoruse

:noperat\onswheretImewlJnotperm:tthe InstaIIatIonof
heav:erconventIonaItIxedormob!le !o:an egu:pment, and
In other InstaIIatIons where the Iatter eg:pment :s con-
s1dered mpract:caoIe tor other reasons,
TUBE CCM!EMENT
The standard aIrbome !om ce:vInegp-
mentAN/AYN-4 Is usedas the oas:c tImIndevice. Each
stat:on IncIudes 100 percent spare components wIth 200
pe:cen!sparepowersupplycomponents, Egu:pment.s de-
s\ned tor cont:ncus 24 ou:s per day operatJontora!
Ieast three monts. Components are :ntercaneatIe lD
AN/CYN-lland AN/CPN-I2,
Test euIment reguIred tor te ope:at:on and
uaIntence of ANCYN-lI IncIudes CeneraI Pad:oWave
Meter (66A) , 8Impson Test Meter (I - I89), Csc!Io-
NC,
2
2
6
50
6
4
I0
4
l2
TYPE
bD21
80T
3T24
N7GT
bU4G
OC3/VB-I06
6B4G
]TGT
6AC7
` ` \
NC,
l8
Z
2
2
2
4
2
8
TYPE
6H6GT
6817GT
?0b0
bCPI
6V6GT
<
68A7/GT
SKTGT/G
TO ESTABLISH POSITION THE AI RCRAfT TAKES BEARING ON ONE Of TWO
LORAN CHAINS WHICH EST6LISHS AI RCRAFT'S L!NL OF POSITIOH
THROUGH ALL POINTS WHCSE OI STANCES 'RON
THAT CHAIN ARE
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ON THI S HYPERSOUI
SEARING ON THE SECOND
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t
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the rane
ot 200 mIIes tyday and 400 m:les atnIht,
J) y
ANI ePN -1 1
Timer Cabi net
Radar Transmitter
RADAR SETS AN/CPN-Il
Component
Antenna Assembly
Grou Kit
Case
Rdar Transmitter
Synchronizer
Cu.
Antenna N8
Power Unit
Indicator
Jution Bx
]on W
Timer Cablnet Assembly
Anten Coupling Unit
Antenn Coupllng Umt
Radar Receiver
Nomenlature
AS-l30/CPN
M.209!CPN
CY.173!CPN (2 each)
T.82CPN-(2 each)
SN.16/CPN (2 each)
CY.187/CPN (2 each)
AB-46/C (4 each)
PU-6/TPS-l (4 each)
I-I02/CPN (2 each
J-l11/CPN (2 each)
J-llO/CPN (3 each)
CY.2UI/CP (2 each)
CU-76/CPN (2 eacb)
CU.77/CPN (2 each)
R. -133/CPN (2 each)
and 1nc\udes ten, shelter assembly, set C Interconecting cables
andW s\ncIudm r-i transmission Unes andto\ eqUpment set
5ctm q ^ 6ru#kc mmcy
TOTAL WEIGHT 13.000 LBS.
Size
29" x 21" x 24"
24" x 24" x 40"
10" x 24" x 2g"
30" x SO" x 18"
Length
20" x 20" x 30"
g" x 12" 2 2"
2" x 3" 2 lb'
2" x 3" x 15"
21" x 24" x 29"
10" x 15" x 20"
6" x 6" x 6"
9" x 12" x 20"
Weight
Lbs.
101 Lbs.
50 Lha,
62 Lbs.
750 Lhs.
225 Lhs.
32 Lbs.
5 Lhs,
5 L.
58 Lbs.
30 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
25 Lbs.
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AN/ PN- l2
Timer Cabinet
Rdar Transmitter
RADAR SE AN/CPN- 1 2
Component Nomenclature
Radar TrnsmItter
Synchronizer
Case
Antenna st
Power Unit
Case
Antenna Assembly
idicator
Groud Kit
Junction |
Junction Box
Timer Cabinet Assembly
Junction
Antenna Coupling Unit
Antenna Coupling Unit
Radar Receiver
T-82/CPN (2 each)
SN.16/CPN (4 each)
CY.187/CPN (2 each)
AB-46/C (4 each)
PU_6/TPS_l (4 each
CY173/CPN (4 each)
AS.l30/CPN
I.I02/CPN (4 each)
M.209/CPN
J-lll/CPN (2 each)
J-llO/CPN (2 each)
CY.249/CPN (4 each
J-ll2/CPN (3 each)
CU76/CPN (2 each)
CU.77/CPN (2 each)
R-133/CPN (4 each)
TOTAL WGHT !8000 U.
Size
B)B
24" x 24" x 40"
10" x 24" x 29"
SO" x 30" x 18"
50' long
20" x 20" x 30"
29" 7 21" x 24"
' x 12" x 20"
2" x 3" x 15"
2" x 3" x 15"
21" x 24" x 29"
2" x 15"
10" x 15" x 20"
6" x 6" x 6"
x 12" x 20"
101 Lbs.
50 Cbs.
62 Lbs.
750 Lbs,
225 Lbs.
345 .
Lbs.
5 Lbs,
5 Lbs.
20 Lbs.
5 Lbs,
30 Lbs.
3 Lbs.
25 Lbs.
includes set of Interonecting cables and fit Including r-f transmission line,
cctc 4 ^ 6r#kc 5xm }
Radar Beacons AN/CPN.16 and AN/CPN.16X
areUghtwelght, air transportable sea rescue trnsponders
designed to facmtate the location of life rafts gradar eq.
ulpped seathlng altraIt, AN/CPN. 16 Is designed for
multlplace raftswhlleAN/CPN.I6X Is designed for slngle
place raft Installation, Joperates In conjunction with and
provides range and azimuth Information V such radars as
SCR-521.A, SCR729A and AN/ APN12. No special skill
Is required for the operation of the unit,
Uoperation this equipment may be automatically
interrogatedbyasearchlng ait1raIt, or It may be operated
In morse code fashion by the life 7occupant. A monl
toring cmuit is provided whereby the pll t may seat1h
foraltraft in his vaclnlty and monitor the uits transJn
deractlon, A continuous operaUng life of at least 30 hours
Is expected under most conditions.
The collapsible antenna mast Is approximately
59 inches high when extended and Is vertically polorlzed.
It Is so constructed that It mounts Into the life raft soket
normally provided for a corner reflector target.
Although the pulse transmitted by AN/CPN.16
Is four miles long an experienced scope operator encou
lers very UtUe difficulty In tracking to a point directly
over the raIt. The expected range for this beacon Is 50
mnes against the above radars.
Thlsuit Is similar to AN/CPT.2 in application
only. It will eventually replace It.
Tes! Equipment IE45 Is used for the malnten.
ance of AN/CPN.16 and AN/CPN.16X,
TUBE COMPLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
1 455A I IDBGT
|
Compnents of Radar Beacon AN/CPN.16
RADAR BEACON AN/CPN -16
Component
Receiver Trsmitter
Battery Case
Nomenclature
RT103(XA)CPN
CY439(XA.3)/CPN.16(XA.2)
RADAR BEACON AN/CPN -16X
Component
Receiver Transmitter
Bttery Case
JI} 1@
Nomenclature _
RT.I03(XA)CPN
CY.440(XA.1)/CPN.16(XA.l)
AN/ CPN- 1 6
(AND AN/CPN.16X)

TOTAL WEIGHT LBS.


Size
2" x 3" X 10
10" x 5" 7 3"
Weight
1 Lb,
5 Lbs.
TOTAL WEIGHT 5 LBS.
5ett1 czi /
Weight
1 Lb.
4 Lbs.
6vcJb :c 5tey
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Radar Set AN/CPT-2
Is a lightweight, air trans
portable, sea rescue beacon
\ntendedfor use by a fighter
pilot forced down on over
water flight, Used In one
! life rafts, this set en
abIes searching aircraft, eq.
ulpped with radar sets such
as SCR-521, SCR-729 and
ANI APA-12, to locate the
raft. No special sklll is rp
quired for operation.
The above oscilloscope patter illustrates how
a typical signal from AN/CPT-2 will appear on the radar
receiver. indicator located in the searching aircraft.
AnImproved higher-powered version of Lls sea
rescue beacon for single or multiplace rafts Is now under
development. ! will operate on the crossband principle
and contain such additional features as monitoring facil
lties and coded output signals, See AN/CPN-16 for further
Information.
AN/CPT-2will transmit continuously at 176 mc.
with a range of approximately 12 to 18 miles, permitting
dlrectlon finding (DF) bearings to b8 taken on the equip
ment. Range ofthe aircraft from the beacon cannot be de
termined directly although a rough idea of range Is indi
cated by the signal intensity.
Frequency stability Is achieved by careful con
struction of the transmitter circuits and by choosing the
batteries so the plate voltage does not vary appreciably
during the life of the beacon. Pulse rate Is 45 kc, plus or
m\nus5kc. Frequency is adjustable from 166 to 186 mcs.
Contnuous operating life of the beacon is at least
hours at norml temperatures, decreasing to about 12
hours at zero temperature.

Radar Set AN/CPT-2 (XA-3)


RADAR SET AN/CPT- 2
Component
Beacon and Antenna
Battery (2 ea.)
Battery
Nomenclature
BA-30 .
1A-38-R
AN/CPT - 2

Radio Set AN/CPT-2 is installed in life raft after being"


forced down and opertes automatically.
Afterthe signal is picked up, the searching air
craft is turned to give equal strength on both sides of the
screen. A sudden decrease in signal strength indicates
passing directly over the raft.
Power source for Radar Set AN/CPT-2 is two
1-l/2volt "A" batteries and one 93-1/2 volt "B" battery.
This set is similar In purpose to the British T-
3180 (Walter) butts Improved mechanically and is designed
for American production techniques.
Test equipment required for use in maintenance
and operation of te equipment Includes Test Equipment
IE-56-A and Signal Generator BC-906-C or D.
AAF requirements as of 1 February 1945 were
5,000 for the calendar year 1945 .
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
1 3A5
TOTAL WEIGHT 4 LBS.
Size
2" x 15" x 5"
Weigh
3 Lbs.

Weight less Uone pound.


Jl 194b # | |
Beacon Transmitter Receiver AN/TPN_l Is an
air trnsportable ground beacon responder consisting of a
modlfied SCR-e95, power supply, adantenna. Thlsdevice
when In operation, and only when Interrogated by the pro
per airbore equipment, emits a radio signal WhiCh, when
interpreted bysuitable apparatus, proVides naVIgational in
formation for homing purposes.
This equipment lsused In conjuction with Rdio
Set ANI APN-2 by the Troop Carrier Command for mark
ing glider landing and drop zones.
Beacon Trasmitter Receiver AN!TPN-l (Big
Eurek) weighs 150 pouds. can be set up In abut half
an hour and requires no opertor once It is tued on.
The equipment is operated from a 24-volt bat
tery wltha power Input of o watts producing a power out
put of 15 watts over a frequency range of 214 V 234 me.
It operating range is approximately 90 miles.
T.st equipment used In the maintenance and op
eration of the. equipment includes lE-4B-B and 1-45.
There were no Army Supply Program require_
ments as D 1 February 1945.
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
AN/ TPN- l
7193
3 6H6
6 eH'
AN/TPN-l packed tn case CY-21/TPN-l is air trans
portable and easily assembled,

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Beacon Transmitter Receiver AN/TPN-l Is a air tnspo
guide tow planes and gliders to predetermined dlsembarkaU
JvIY 1940
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BEACON TRASMITTE REENE ANITPN-I TOTAL WEIGHT 240 LBS
LODjODED\
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L8
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1DIBDDB BS
1L~/r-1 11 X Z 5 LDB
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1~D-1
43 1 LDB
OCTJBC 8CO BCEVBI ~V-1 1 X 1 X 1 JDB
BClO !ODIIO1 bU1 \-ZD~1
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11I \OIQB QE 0-1 L8IIBI
1 X 1 X 11 !J 1DB
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Beacon Transmitter eceiver AN/TPN-3 is an
air trnsportable groWd beacon used In conjunction with
Rbecca Mark I, ] Q, adloSet AN/ APN-2 and RadIo Set
AN/ APN-5. Provides homing facllltles for Troop Carrier
Comand squadrons 8BAS facilities when used In con
juction with Beacon PmAssembly AN/CPA-I.
This equipment conslstsofa lighteight modlfled
Radio Set SCa-695 housed In a single chest, which may
easllybecarried b two men, 8 can be set } for oper
tion In approximately 15 minutes.
Powerfor operation of Beacon Transmitter Re
ceiver AN/TPN-3 may be obtained from a local 115 or 230
volt, 50-60 cycle power supply. When being used In enemy
territory, powercanbe supplied from any one of a number
of suitable power supply equlpments that can also be trans
ported with this eqUipment.
Test Equipment I-45 and lE-46-B may be used
for maintenance and tuning.
5 WA
PEAK
EQUENCY 214 TRrMITTE
ANGE
NO.
3
2
90 MLES (LINE OF
S G
TUBE COMLEMENT
TYPE NO. TYPE
7193 5 "H7
6H6 1 5U4G
AN/1lN 8

Bacon TransmItter-Rceiver AN/TPN-3


Beacon Transmitter AN/TPN-3 Is an air transportable Rdar Beacon providing homing facilities to t cop
carrying aircraft under conditions of poor vlsibiUty.
J,17 194' S"t."r 4 Cruk , umc)
AX/1N

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Case CY.21/TPN-l

! l
Receive:-Tramtter RT-14/TPN-3
Antenna AT-l6/TPN-
Cord CX-74/TPN-3
Cord CX-16/TPN-l Headset HS-23
Antenna Mast AB-3/TPN-l
BEACON TRANSMI'TER RECEIVER ANITPN - 3 TOTAL WEIGHT LB.
Component
Modified Rdio Receiver
Mod!ed Aten
Antenn Mast
Case
Nomenclature
BC-966-A
`'
AN-95-A
AB-3/TPN-l
j
CY _2l/TPN_l
Size
13" X 14" X 10"
14" 7 4" Dam.
121" X 2" Dam.
28" X 20" X J
We\ht
47 Lbs.
2 Lbs.
4 Lbs.
47 Lbs.
J7
Radar Beacon AN/UPN-1, sometimes kown as
BUPS, Is an ultra portable beacon for ground, prtroop
or shipboard use having a rne of 35-50 mUes. The set
Is capable of being interrogated by airbore radars oper
ating on beacon fution and replying with a coded signal
perm1tU the beacon U be located In t and azimuth.
Capble of transmitting five different codes, this
beacon is housed In a rectanularchasslscontalrung acon -
trot pnel with a kob for selecting operation (on-oU-stand
g-!md,a knob for selecting codes and a knob for tumng
the trsmitter. The antenna consists of a duai llnear ar
ray of ix dipoles each (receiving and transmitting) housed
Ua weatherproof plastic cylinder and haVing horizontal
polarization. 1transmits signals on 3258 mc. and receives
over the frequency range of 3287 to 3333 mc.
Power Is obtained from a special 12 volt bat
tery pack with power input of 36 watts. Peak Power out- ,
put of the eqUipment Is 50 watts.
'elve experimentl d-c units were bunt forfleld
tests and are now in operational use. Production dellverles
were being made In April 1945,
Testequlpment used In the maintenance of Radar
Beacon AN/UPN-l lncludes Test Se '-3/AP, Test Se
T_14/ AP, Oscilloscope T-34/ AP, Voltmeters 1-185 and
4O, and Audio Oscillator Hewlett-Packard 2OC.
Army Air Fores requirements as of & Feb
rry 1945 were 672 for the calendar year 1945 and 45 for
1946.
Aircrft Interrogation Triggers Beacon Reply which es
tabllsheslts Identity Qposition In range and azimuth.
Jv|) 195
ANIN-l
Battery Charger Q Battery In carrying position-entire
equipment may be packed In 2 packages &carried by
one man. (I) Haress M-253/UPN-l (2) Rectifier
Battery Charger PP-116/UPN (3) Battery Case CY-
222/UPN-l.
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO.
TYPE
5 lLN5
2
2 'F'


1
6 3
.1
11

i
*
5rey
ANIN-l
BiUtery Case CY-222/UPN-l
Rectlfler Bttery Charger
PP.116/UPN-l
Harss M-252/UPN-l
Receiver Transmitter RT-72/UPN-l
Case CY _225/UP
RADAR BEACON A/UP-\
Component
Transpnder Assembly
Case
Harness
Chest
Bttery Case
Recttfler Battery Charger
Haress
Antenna Assembly
Anena Assembly
Cord
Cord
Antenn Support
C ...
'Includes operating spare parts
"weight less that one pound.
ct o 4 ^ 0r o 9hc =)
Nomenclature
RT-7:/UPN-l
-220/UPN-l
M-242/UPN-l
CY-221/UPN-l
CY-222/UPN-l (2 each)
PP-1l6/UPN-l
1-253/UPN-l
AS-172/AP
AS-I71/UP
CX-237/U
CG-92/U (2 each)
AB-49/UP
CY-225/UP
Anen Assemby
AS-17l-UP
Antenn Supr
AB-49/UP

TOTAL WEIGHT 115 LBS.


Size
13" x 7" x 13"
13" x 7" x 15"
13 "x 13" x 9"
7" x 8" x 11"
7" x 8" x 11"
4" x 7" x 14
"
25 1/2" x 4" L>ameter
0
4' 6" long
32" high
6" x ' 40"
Weight
27 Lbs.
8 Lbs.
! Lb.
12 Lbs.
25 Lbs,
14 Lbs.
1 Lb.
0 Lbs,
J Lbs,
2 Lbs.

7 Lbs.
1 1.
Radar Beacon AN/UPN-2, sometimes KOas
BUPS, Is an ultr portble beacon for groud, partroop
or shlpbore use with a rnge of 35-50 mUes. ! is sim
Ilar to AN/UPN-l except for poer source. Te airbore
versionofAN/UPN-2 Is kown as Rdar Beacon AN/ APN-
29. The set is !apable of being Interrogated by airbore
radars of the proper frequency on beacon function and re
plying with a coded signal permltt1 the beacon to be lo
cated in range and azimuth.
This beacon Is housed In a rectar chassis
containing a control panel with a knob for selecting oper
ation (on-of-sty-tune), a knob for selecting codes, and
kob for tuning the transmitter. 1 trnsmits signals on
3256 mc. and receives over the frequency range of 3267 to
3333 mc.
Power input of 150 watts, 50-2400 cycles, 115
or 230 volts produces a peak power output of SO watts.
Rdar BeaconAN/UPN-2 requi res a ground An
tennaAssembly AS-111/UP consisting of a du linear ar
ray of six dipoles each (receiving and transmitting) housed
in a weatherproof plastic cy)lnder nd having horizontal
polarization.
Twelveexperlmentalacurutswere bunt for field
testsandarenaw Mopertional use. Production deliveries
were being made In April 1945.
Testequipmentused inl maintenance of Radar
Beacon A-2 Includes Test Set 'IS-S/ AP, Test Sel
*

AN/UN-2
T-l1J, Oscilloscope 'IS-34/AP, Voltmeters IS-1S9
ad IS-lS5, and Audio Oscilltor Hewlett-Packard 2C.
Army Air Forcesrequlrementsas of 1 February
15were 304forthecalendaryearof 1945 and 18 for 1946.
NO.
3
7
1
2
1
Z.
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TUBE COMLEMENT
TYPE
6AK5
6SL7GT
2X2
2C26
5R4GY
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W
PY ULL
NO. TYPE
1 OD3/VR-ISO
1 10-4B
1 4468
2 OC3/VR-105
2 I27
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Radar Beacon AN/UPN_2 on being inerrogated by airbore rdar on becf__b
"
lys lnm'tUng
the beacon to be located In range and azimuth.
,
Jd, 194'
4 >mc
ANIN-2
ReIvev TnsmItter RT-T3/UPN-2
CeCY-223/UP-2

Pm AssembIy
A-I7I/UYMntedOn
Antenna8rtAB-49/UP
RA BEACON AN/UN-2 TOTAL WIGHT U
ComponenI
Transpnder AssembIy
Case
Ea=ss
*Chest
Antenna 6upport
Case
Cord
Aenna AssembIy
Ccrd
* IncIdescpemtIng spar parts
*we!ht less ta cnepcund,
zc1cn q ^ 0G hc rc}
NomencIatme
RJ-73JUYN-2
CY-223/UPN-2
M-2b4/UYN-2
CY-224/UPN-2
AB-49/CY
CY-226/CP
CX~23?/U
A8-I7I/UY
CG-9"/U(2each)
1
SIze
7" x l4" 7 20"
7" 7 I3' X 2l'
32' hIgh
6" x e" x 40'
60'
36" x4" Dameter

WeIht
40 1os.
b 1bs,
!o,
l2 1bs,
5 !os.
l1b.
2bs.
10Lba.


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-
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TOTAL WEIGHT 1 2 4LBS.
OOEHC1B1UIE
1-/r-O
\-OD/1r-O
-ZO/1r-O
-1D/rO
rr-1/1r-O
\J-ZD0/r-O
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J"Ly 1945
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SU1lBO1B OT \TBHSOT!BL1OH 1HSUB11 LTB1iBTS OT |BBS BHC
CBOBHOUDlBC!PBTB1HOI OBIBL1OH. D1S HOCBi 1SC1H
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AN/PPN.7 1 USBC W1lu B1TCOTB BG8T BL AN/APS.3,
BC1O BlS AN/AP.4, AN/AP.13 BHC BCBT cQU1HBHL
AN/APS.15.
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BT8l1OH BHC HB1HlBH8HCB O AN/UPN.4 1HCiUCBS BSl Bl
'I-120/UP, LSC1JiOSCOB TS.239/UP, CBT W31HlBHBHCB
Ll1HBHl AN/UPM-IA, HCHTOSCOB TS-28/UPN, R-F
BSl OBC TS -108/ AP, BClIlH HB|2BT TS -148UP,
rIBSSUT121H 1l M- 2O/UP, O1LHBLBT V- 189, WUiL1 -
HBLBT TS.352/U 8HC UOB BSlBI 1-177,
TUE COMPLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
6 3A5 2 -1
6 \I I -
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I 3D21A l IN31
1 2141

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FREQUENCY
TYPE OF SIGNAL
RANGE

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ANjUPN-4
1 45 WA
300 WATTS PEAK
I
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CODEDP
30 WiJ
-
-
-
-
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AN/UPN-4

Mounting MT_363(XA)/UPN_4{XA_l)
(uFoldIng Pos!tion)
RADAR BEACON AN/UP-4
Component
Nomenclature
Receiver-Transmitter
R-83/UPN-4
Case CY-336/UPN-4
Batlery Pack BB-222(XA)/UPN-4(XA-l)
Recelver-TransmItter -83(XA)1 UPN.4(XA- l}
In Case CY_338(XA)/UPN_4(XA_l) (Antena Erected)
TOTAL WEIGHT 97 LBS.
Size
26" x 13" x 10"
24" long
Weight
35 LOO.
18 LOO.
4 Lbs,
Antenna Assembly AS_235/UPN_4
Power Pack BB_222/UPN_4 (2 each)
Harness ST_I03/UPN.4
10" x 7" x 6" ea. 27 Lbs.
2 Lbs,
14 Lbs,
1 Lb.
10 Lbs.
Case
CY-338JUPN-4
Harness ST-I02/UPN-4
Mounting MT-363/UPN-4
Antenna Guard attached to Case CY -336/UPN-4
and Includes set of InterconnectIng Cords.
5ton - Gr","'' ' SV",IY
8" x 13" x 12"
34" x 7" x 7"
28" x 5" x 4"
Refector Tal'Eet .M-137! A Is a colJA.ps\bJe
assembly of monel metal mesh and telesoplng-dulumln
tubJng. When set up for operation it forms eight corer
reflectors designed to prvide dependable response to any
or X band radar equipped search aircraft within a six to
twelve nautical mile radius. The reflector assembly Is
small, lightweight, of simple construction and maybe pack
ed in the standard one-man life raft paciQee.
Purposeofthis equlpmentls to provide one-man
life rafts with a suitable refecting surface for facilitating
the location of rafts by ai reraft equipped with search radar.
Reflector Target M-138/AIs designed for mulli
pJace rats and is Similar in construction to M-137/ A
except.that the mesh Is of heavier fabric and the supporting
arms do not telescope on the M-138/ A.
Refector Target M.138A/ A is Similar to N-
138 A except It includes an oar coupling attachment suit
able for the various Army oar sizes.
REFLECTOR TARGET
Component
Rflector Target
Reflector Target
Reflector Target
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Noml'ncilture
M-137/A
M-138/A
M-138A/A
kelIeclOr argeI
M.137/A, M-138/A and M-138A/A
RANGE M-1381 A ANI APS-2 - 12 TO 18 MILES
RANGE M-138A/A
l;:;
3

1IcII1 TWELVE TRIANGULAR
REFLECTIG ELEMENT
O;::AfC
A

TOTAL WEIGHT 2 LBS.


S!?f Welfht
2Lbs.
2Lbs.
2Lbs.
Radio Set SCR-718-C is an altimeter equipment
used In aircraft to determine absolute altitude above ter
rain. Itpro\desindicationof actual altitude above terrain
rather U altitude above sea level as indicated by baro
metric altimeters.
Dsignedforcomparatlvelyaccurate altitude In_
dication, this set has two scale ranges ~ ~ 5,000 ft., "
50,000 ft., however ranges in excess of 40,000 ft. are con
sidered unreliable. Considerable utillzatlon of this equip
ment has been efected in aircraft used for high-level pre
cision bombing, weather reconnaissance, topographic re
cognltlon, and photographic missions.
Essential principle of this equipment operation
iSthesameasany radar device, namely: the transmisSion
of pulses of radio energy; the reception of the pulse after
reflection from the earth's surface; and the measurement
Gthe time elapsing between transmission and reception.
Selection of either range scale may be effected
by use of the switch, mounted on the Indicator Unit, which
changes the oscillator frequency and sweep rate. U alti
tude determination of ranges In eltcess of 5,000 ft. , the _
50,000 ft., range scale is normally used, however, a more
accurate determination of altitude may be effected by use
C1both the low and high range scales, switching altertely
from one to the other. This feature is the principal im
provement in this equipment over the predecessor equlp
ments SCR 718-A and SCR 718-AM, which have only one
scale, - 5,000 ft.
Test eqUipment required for the majn

enance and
tuninofSCR-718_C is: Test Set '-lOB APN or 'S-lOC/
APN, Test Set 'IS-23/APN and RCA 158 OSCilloSCOpe, or
equal.
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE
NO. TYPE
3 6)6 1 6L6
12 6AG5 1 2X2A
SY3GT/G l 3DPI-S2
SCR- 71 8-C
Indicator 1-152-( ) Installed In aircraft.
AAF requirements as of 22 February 1945 were
lO,353setsfor the calendar year 1945, and 10,292 sets for
1946.

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FOR TENEXT PU$ 15
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Radio Set SCR-718 Is precisian altlmeter which records the absolute altitude of an aircraft above the terrain,
regardless of air pressure or variations In temperature.
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TOTAL WIGH 34 U
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Model YJ Radio Equipment Is a two-channel, au
tomatic responding radar beacon ("racan") used by the
Navyfor shore installation. This equipment will automat
Ically transmit coded signals in reply to Interrogating sig
nals from craft equipped with radar equipment operating
in the 176 me. and the 515 me. band.
aircraft or ship equipped with appropriate
radar equipment may interrogate and recei,ve a resppnse
from any YJ beacon within Its range. The coded signal
from the beacon Is presented Visually on the indlcater of
the airplane, indicating relative direction and range from
the beacon.
1 operation the transponder replies to a repe
titive pulse-type signal transmitted by the interrogating
radar equipment. This signai ls picked up by the antenna
of the transponder B Is passed through the receiver eir.
cult. The output of the receiver \s of a pulse character
and causes the transmitter to emit a Similar pulse. The
response Is keyed with one or two letters of the Interna
tional Morse code (dot and dash) for Identification pur
poses.
When the beacon receives two (or more) interro
gating signals on the same channel at the same time, It
tries to reply to each, pulse-for-pulse. So faras the equlp-

SI6NAL TO
0IREC1ION
l
/

1J
ment Is concerned It Is receiving and replying to a single
Interrogation of twice the repetition rate; however, If two
Interrogating pulses arrive at or about the same Instant,
the equipment may reply as to one pulse.
Test EqUipment required In the maintenance of
the YJ beacon Includes Radar Maintenance Equipment ANI
UPM-IA and Frequency Meter '-127/u.
P WE U
FR UENCY
TYPE OF SIGNAL
RANGE
150WA S 115 2 V 60 CPS
176 OR 515 MC.
P E
100 MLES
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE
7 6SN7GT
2 5RGT
1 38205
1 6X5GT
1 7193
2 900'
6SK7
NO. TYPE
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
807
OSH7
8025
'20
6V6GT
955
AZIMUTH TC
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Model YJ equipment Is a two chanel 076mc. 15mc bands) utomatlc __


used by the Navy for shore installation. It ha-a imaxlmum range of
beacon
hi 1945-
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MODEL J
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BCL11BI rOWET Un
1 Bad RF Unit
"B" Bad RF 1D1L
OUBD 188BDD (D CBIT1D CBBB)
1DIEQB 188BDDJ jD CB8EJ
1CCB88OI1E8' LBD1EB 4U[8 EC
"LIBLEG E1DT
5!1c 4 ^ 6 70bc 5urey
1DTPDDB 188EDDJ_
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LLO11
\L9O17
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TOTAL WEIGHT 695 LBS.
12E
1D X 1O X 11
JO X 11 X
1O X 11 X
' X ZO X ZZ
D X 1V 1D
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~! LO8,
1 1D8,
1 1D8,
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RadarMalntenance Equipment AN/UPM-IA Is a
gnand port.blebeaconand monitor test set used to test and
morutor radar beaconsand otherequipment operating In the
frequency range of 155-235 mc, and 460-570 mc.
Tis test equipment may be used to measure or
check transmitter frequency, power output pulse width and
pulse shape; measure and check receiver sensitivity and
bandwidth; measure or check pulse shape at receiver out
put; give a indication of the approximate repetition rate
of transponders; provide for beacon monltorng; and mea-'
sure or Check delay time In trsponder or becons.
A 3- Inch oscilloscope Is ued as an indlcatorand
voltage measuring Instrument. The usual focus, Intensity
and centering control are prvided by a linear sweep of
40, Z, or & micro-seconds durtion. Horizontal tim
Ing calibration is provided.
Osclllators of pulse radio frequency signalS are
provided In each frequency band. They may be synchronized
from an exterl source or from an Internal synchronizing
generator.
Wavemeterswith separte diode detectors mea
sure the frequencyof either the Inter pulse signal gene
rators or exterl pulse radio frequency signals \N<the
range of 155
to 235 me. and 460 to 570 mc.
Antennas may b connected to the r-f jacks for
monitoring permanently Installed equlpments. When con
nected Inthls way the voltage Indic detectors and fre-

AN/UlHA
quency meters are actuated by bth Inter and exterl
generated signals. The r-f jacks may also be intercormect
edwith the equipment under test through a 6-foot cable and
shielded diode head. The probe Is provided with a detector
forlnd\catlng peak voit&ges (or power) at the output termin
als of the probe. Both sensitivity and power output of as
sociated equipment may be measured.
The equipment Is mounted In an all metal case
with compartments provided for storing accessories ad
cordage.
POWER !
< WAT'IS @ 80S
230 VOLTS- 50-6 CPS
FREQUENCY 155-235 MC AND 460-
570 MC
TYPE OF SIGNAL P E
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE NO. TYPE
10 6SN7GT 3 6e4
1 2X2 3 9005
2 6H7 2 9006
1 6AG7 2 6)6
1 OD3/V15 1 3BPl
1 5U4G
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RADAR MAITENANCE EQUIPMENT AN/UPM1A TOTAL WEIGHT 140 LBS.
Component
Dtector Junction Box
Console Rack
Dust Cover
Oscillator (155-235 mc)
Oscillator (460-S70)mc)
Wavemeter (155-235 mc)
Wavemeter (460-570)mc)
Antenna
Cord Set
Diode Head
Nomenclatue
J-B4/UPM-l
MT-189/UPM-l
CW-24/UPM-l
0-I2UPM-l
O-l3/UPM-l
TS-133/UPM_l
TS-I34/UPM-l
AT-SO/U
AT-51/U
CV-ll/UPM_l
All the above Hsted components are mouted or stored with Console
Jl) 194'
Size
4" x 3" x 3"
16" x 26" x 12"
Weight


TS - lO/AN
Test Set TS-IO/APN Is designed for testing
various radio altimeter systems such as Radio Set AN/
APN-l and SCR-718. will check low range calibrtion,
will give rough check of antenna condition and power out
put, andwlll measure orcheck loop sensitivity and receiver
alignment.
The set consists essentially of a delay unit, a
vaMable attenuator and either one or two indicators.
The delay unit conSists of two coils which can be
used separately for short delay or In series for long de
lay. The signal delay obtained by use of the short colI is
equivalent to a 65_foot altitude. The long coil gives the
equivalent of a 297-fot altitude. When both colis are used
In seMes a signal delayequ1valent to a 350-foot altitude Is
obtaine. The kodelay periods provide a means for
checking thecallbrtion of the altimeter systems under test,
by obsering their altitude Indications.
The variable attenutor, calibrated In decibels
from 30 to 100 and used inconjunctionwlth the delay lines,
provides a voltage attenution equivalent to actual Signal

TET SET IS - 101 APN


Component
Dlay Unit
Test Set 'IS-lO/APN
Nomenclature
loss and alIows a check of overall system senslUvlty and
turul. The Indicator used with Test Set TS-lOl APN and
TS-lOA/APN consists of a tuned dipole with a lamp, which
can be attached to or used In close proximity to the altl
meter antenna. Indicator ID-9S1 APN or ID-9BA/ APNused
In 'IS-lOB APN and TS-lOC/ APN respectively contains a
1.5 volt battery, variable resistor, lamp and pickup dipole.
The lamp indicates the approximate power being fed to the
antenna. Is used forchecklng the condition of the antenna
system.
TOTAL WEIGHT 38LBS.
Size
16" x 14" x 7"
2" long
10" long
Weight
Attenuator and Cord Assy.
Otput Indicators (2)
Cord (2) CD-BOO
Cord CD-BOO
CG-IO?/ APN Or CG-lOS/ APN
CG-IO?/ APN or CG-IOB/ APN
B' long
l' long
Spare Lamps (2) for Indicators
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TS-16/AN
Test Set 'S-16/ APN is a portable equipment de
signed foralignlng andcallbraUng various rad\oaltimeters
such as Radio Set AN/APN-l, AN/AR-l and Altimeter
Equipment RC-24-B
This equipment consists essentially of a pre
ciSion audio frequency osclllator and a precision UHF fre
quency meter for checking and aligning FM altlmeters.
When the necessary connecting cables are attached, Ule
couterclrcu\ts of the altimeter can Ocalibrated, the fre
quencymodulating oscillator can be checked and the band
width of the altimeter transmitter can be set.
1 \sseU-contained Ua wooden case with handle.
A compartment within the case Is provided for storlng the
accessory cordage, The phantom antenna and spare fuses
are mouted inside the top cover of the test set.
AAF requirements of 1 February 1945 were
293 for 1945.
TUBE COMPLEMENT
NO.
1
2
92
12j
TYPE NO.
1
2
TET SET 1-161 APN
Component
Test Set
Cord
Phantom Antenna Unlt
Welght less one pound.
JY t94
"
TYPE
12M
12J5GT
Nomenclature
TS-16/APN
CX-35!APN
TS-63/Al-
| | " | | |
Test Set TS-16/ APN
Test Unit With Connector On Cord eX-3S! APN
TOTAL WGHT 45 L.
Size
16" X 11" 17"
8 Feet
2" 7 1"
Weight
40 Lbs.
2 Lbs,

1 K | l k | | | l |
TestSet TS-23/ APNanaUlmeter test set is used
for depot testing of certain operational characteristlcs of
Radio Set SCR-718-( ).
The set consists essentially of a flxetued wave
meter, dlodedetectorandad-c mlcroammeter. The Trn
mitter frequency Is set by tuning for a maximum deflection
on the meter. Relative power output measurements are
also indicated on the same meter at a calibrated marking
of 375 volts. The other calibrated marking of 320 volts is
for measuring low voltage B+ In Radio Set SCR-718-( ).
Theequ\pment Is self-contained in a metal case
with all operating controls onfronl panel. There are four
accessory operating cables three a re permanently attached
Vlheurtand the fourth i s detachable. The test set is nOf-
1
Case
TST SE TS-23/
Componen
Test Set
Coro
Carrying Case
Allen Wrench
Jl) z@40
J
Nomenclature
TS-23/APN
CD-800
l | s l | | | l
TS-2 3/ A
Mally mounted within a wooden carrying case but m'y be 1
moved If desired.
AF requirements as of 8 March 1945 were 386
for the calendar year 1945.
POWER IUT 1.5 WATIS @ 115
2 L
TUBE COMLEMENT
NO. TYPE

NO. TYPE
1

Test Unit
TOTAL WEIGHT 14 LBS.
Size
9" x 4" x 4"
34"
12" x 9" x 8"
Weight
5 Lbs.
7 Lbs.
TestSet TSll1/CPlsan adjustble coaxial cav
Ity wavemeter designed to test airore radar or beacon
systems. l \s used with the AN!CPN3 and AN!CPNa.
This equipment will measure or check the fre
quency of pulsed, L or modulated radar trnsmitters or
signal generators. The wavemeter sesitivity is such as
to require 2 m1lwatts of L RF power U give full scale
deflection df the mlcroammeter.
The attenuator Is continuously variable from
a mlnumum of zero DB attenuation to a maximum of ap
proximately 25 DB attenuation.
A dc mlrcoammeter Is used to Indicate resonance,
and frequency Is read from a calibration chart supplied
Case CY.167!CP
TS-I l l / CP
with the wavemeter. Te set Is enclosed in a waterproof
plywood transit case.
for 1945.
NO.
1
AAF requirements as of 3 March 1945 were 334
TUBE COMLEMENT
TYPE NO.
IN21 B
TYPE
Wavemeter TS.lll!CP
Attenuator CN15!CP
Cord CG-114!U
TET SIT TS
-
lIl/CP
Componen
Wavemeter
Attenuator
Coro
Coro
Cue
JuI} 194
Nomenclature
TS.ll1/CP
CN-15!CP
CG244!AP
CG.lOO!U
CY.167!CP
Cord CG99! AP
TOTAL WEIGHT 2 2 LBS.
'Size
7" @
5"
x
5"
6" x 3" x 3"
5 Feet
5 Feet
10" x 10" X l_'1
Weight
a Lbs.

1 Lb.
1 Lb.
10 Lbs.
5g j @ ~ 7B#kvc 5vry

J
Test Set 'S.251/UP (Loran Test Set) Is a port
able R signal generator. Various Rchannels ad output
voltages are indicated and selected by rotary swltches lo
cated on the front panel. PvIsual indicatlons appear on
the receiver Indicator . A table of correct readings Is
psted on the signal generator pael for comparison.
This equipment Is designed tomeasure or check
time performance (includi! crystal frequencyadjustment),
stability ofsweep generating circuits, receiver alignment,
possible video distortion 8 accuracy of time delay mea
surements on Loran Sets ANI APN-4, AAPN.9, SCR
722A, |P~l and LRN.
CX-404/UP
U-45/U
U-46/U
TIT SE T-2511U
Component
Test Set
Nomenclatue
'S-251/UP
1D1udes: Cors, plugs, adapter etc.
J) 104$
NO.
1
1
1
TS- 25l / UP
TUBE COMLEMENT
6)5
8SK7
8j
TYPE
CG_223/UP
Size
10" 7 12"
NO. TYPE
1
1
1
6SN7GT
6X5/GT
8SL7
CQ-222/UP
PL-258

Navy Type 49544


WGHT l I U.
Weight
11 Lbs.