|[AMRadio] Collins 618T system info wanted|
L D Ritta
ufp at optusnet.com.au
Mon Nov 16 02:50:56 EST 2009
If you decide to put on the air I have number of manuals two for
the 618t and one for the whole system which is a Collins manual show the cicuit for
big green box which is called a MRC-108, I used to have a 618T3B which is
100Hz channel steps, but I sold it in moment of weakness. The manuals I have
are for sale.
73 Lee VK5ABC
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Lawson" <jpl15 at panix.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Monday, November 16, 2009 1:31 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Collins 618T system info wanted
> Hello AMradioers:
> I just drug home (literally!) a Collins HF transciever system, designed
> for vehicular mounting.
> In it is the well-known 618T (RT 698/ARC-102); a 426T-1 inverter, and a
> 700B-2 TTY converter.
> Al this is in a big green submersible case/cabinet, with a 313V-1
> control head.
> The whole thing is: Reciever Transmitter Group 718F-1
> I'm not a GreenRadio collector, but I am sort-of-basically familiar
> with the 618T, and somewhere I have the docs on the 700B. I'd like to
> have any thoughts, wisdom, cautions, etc about the radio and it's
> components... I'm thinking it might be fun to put it on the air, as
> several articles call out the good audio quality, both SSB and AM, and of
> course it's 400W PEP.
> I have no idea yet what to do with the lovely vehicle case... not
> planning on doing any off-road DXpeditions anytime soon. hihi..
> I'd welcome any and all comments on this radio, on the list or
> privately. I don't know much about the system as a whole.
> I'll post this to the Boatanchors list as well - but I'm not all that
> keen on subscribing to any mil- or green- radio lists, too much in my
> inbox as it is. If you'd like to crosspost this to one of those, please
> do - but direct replies to me personally.
> John KB6SCO
> Carson City
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