NJ7P SQL Old Millist Database Query

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Key ............................................. AN/APQ-00009000 JAN Type ........................................ AN/APQ-9 Nomenclature .................................... Radar Set Date In ......................................... 1944 Reference ....................................... AN 16-55-32 Feb-44 Components ...................................... T-39/APQ-9 Transmitter, AS-33/APT-2 Antenna, AS-69/APT Antenna, MT-22/APT Antenna Mount, MT-52/UR Mounting, MX-338/APQ-9 Jamming Kit, PP-51/AP Rectifier Power Supply, TS-60/U Test Meter Weight .......................................... 115 Lbs Mode ............................................ Noise Frequency Range ................................. 475-585 MHz Power In ........................................ 80/115 VAC, 400-2600 Hz, 450 W and 28 VDC, 30 W Power Out ....................................... 10 to 20 W Description: Radio Set AN/APQ-9 (Carpet III) is an airborne transmitter designed to jam enemy radar systems operating in the frequency range 475 to 585 mc. This range of frequencies is used extensively by the enemy for gun-laying, searchlight control, ground control of interception and aircraft interception radar. The set is designed primarily as a barrage jammer and when used for that purpose the frequency band to be covered during a mission is preset prior to take-off, after which no further tuning is required in flight. The set has sufficient power to screen a heavy bomber to within six miles of a Giant Wurzburg radar system. With a trained operator in attendance the set maybe used as a spot jammer within its frequency range. Tuning is accomplished by means of a single dial control. Part Of ......................................... APQ-9 Source .......................................... Y-109829, 1-Feb-45 Tube Complement ................................. 931A, 2 ea 6AC7, 2 ea 807, 6AG7, 2 ea 8012, 4 ea 5R4GY


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