|[AMRadio] Navy TAJ-19 Transmitter|
Jose HF Silva
zehelmer at yahoo.com
Sat May 23 06:56:54 EDT 2009
Souns difficult, :-(
175~600khz CW only, so there doesn't seem to be any legal transmitting use for it.
Parts? Parts? You cain't get no parts for this thing if you need them. And all of the paper can capacitors in the thing are probably going to be bad... "
73 joe CT1AXG
--- On Sat, 5/23/09, Bob Deuel <k2glo at jkasystems.com> wrote:
From: Bob Deuel <k2glo at jkasystems.com>
Subject: [AMRadio] Navy TAJ-19 Transmitter
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Date: Saturday, May 23, 2009, 6:05 AM
I am looking for a schematic and information for a Navy ship TAJ-19 transmitter that I recently acquired. It was made by General Electric in 1944 and uses one 861 in the Final and three 860's. Any leads on where I can get information for it would be most helpful. I have found some information and a partial schematic on the TAJ-18 which is a similar transmitter but not the same. Thanks Bob, K2GLO
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