[AMRadio] Navy TAJ-19 Transmitter


crawfish at surfmore.net crawfish at surfmore.net
Sat May 23 15:09:27 EDT 2009


There are stations here in the U.S. taht have special permission to
operate the 490-510 kHz band, and this could be a start. I will check with
groups I am on. For more info, check <www.500kc.com>.
                                                                 Joe W4AAB


> Souns difficult, :-(
>  
>  
> "...
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> 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... "
>  
> GL
>  
> 73 joe CT1AXG
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>
> --- On Sat, 5/23/09, Bob Deuel <k2glo at jkasystems.com> wrote:
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> 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
>
>
> HELP !!
> 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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