GEOl0016 GE1!16
GEOl0017 GEl/17
GEOl0018 GEl/18
GEOl0019 GElS/19
GEOl0019 GElS/19A
GEOl0020 GElSM/20
GEOl002l GElS/2l
GEOl0022 GEl/22
ACE Syncs Generator. This unit is for use with Apology
Caption Equipment. It will provide 4 outputs of mixed
syncs 0.3V into 7SQ. Power requirements !SV and +12V d.c.
PNl/29J. Parent equipment GE8M/1. DD 1979.
Time Signal Generator. To generate 1kHz 'Pips' upon
receipt of a keying signal. Power requirements !12 .SV
100mA. CHl/6SA. Supersedes COS/I. DD 1980.
NICAM 3 Parity Generator. This unit generates parity code
for error concealment purposes in NICAM 3 equi pment. It
operates in conjunction with the NICAM 3 bus system and
software and also generates single-channel frame code.
Power requirements SV. CHl/64J. Parent equipment CD2M/17.
DD 1980. DDMI 6.369(80). DDHB 6.213(83).
Microphone Line Up Generator. First developed for Outside
Broadcast communications in television. The unit produces
a standard sound level for testing and setting up talkback
systems. A noise band between 200Hz and S.SkHz is
generated in a self contained battery powered unit which is
clipped to the microphone at a stndard distance. At this
distance t the sound level at the microphone is that of
normal conversational speech.
Power requirements dry
battery. SCPD 1983.
Line Identification Signal Generator. A unit which
generates a line identification signal consisting of tone
plus a recorded announcement. Power requirements !12 V t
+S V. 3 U unsupported card. Parent equipment EPS/22. DD
(3) 1985.
Line Identification Signal Generator. The GElS/19A is a
modified GE1S/l9 having a larger front panel containing a
ZIF socket for inserting EPROMs. This version is used with
the RDlSM/2 SATIRE equipment for testing the EPROMs used on
the GElS/19. Power Requirements H2 V. 3 U Unsupported
Card. Chassis extender CH4/10. Parent equipment RD1SM/2.
DD(3) 1986.
Stereo Tone Sequence Generator. This unit will generate
two channel audio tones under remote control from up to 24
locations. A local start button is provided for checking
together with a head phone monitoring socket. The tones are
programmed by use of EPROMS. Power requirements 240 V.
Sub-units PS2/297t
UN23/169. DD 1984. DDHB 3.302(84). EDI 10S02(1)FEB 8S.
Audio Alarm Generator. Audio alarm generator having the
sound of a gong. Alarm sound may be changed by changing
software. Sound is generated by D/A conversion and
requirements !12 Vt +S V. 4U BMM unsupported card - S7 way
edge connector. PN1/29J front panel. Parent equipment
MN8SM/S. DD 1984.
1.9 kHz Tone Generator. Consists of one 1.9 kHz tone
generator and six independent detectorst The inputs are
o dBm unbalancedt the outputs 0 dBm balanced and