Audio oscillator

Collins Radio Company, Manufacturer


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Maker and Role
Collins Radio Company, Manufacturer
Description
Audio oscillator for aerial constructed as black metal oblong shaped case, on front panel states object is MX-128/ART-13 (or may refer only to panel rather than full object) and multiple switches and knobs for Antenna Loading, High Frequency Loading, different channels, graph made of paper and plastic on right front for recording channels/ output frequency/ oscillator tuning/ antenna tuning/ antenna loading. On side are plug holes for 'RECEIVER', 'LOAD COIL' and 'GROUND'. Red and white plaque on case
top stating 'CAUTION HIGH VOLTAGE INSIDE TURN OFF POWER BEFORE REMOVING COVER'.
Media/Materials
Processed Material/Metal
Processed Material/Synthetic/Plastic
Processed Material/Paper
Signature/Marks and Type
T-47/ART-13 Label
MX-128/ART-13 Label
Accession No
2007.85
Credit Line
Collins Radio Company. Audio oscillator, 2007.85. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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This unit is a complete Transmitter, no just an Oscillator. It was used in a wide variety of American aircraft in late 1940s and early post war eg DC6, Avenger

- Dennis Lowden

Posted on 30-10-2019 22:43:03