120mm x 48mm. Parent equipment TM4M/S03. DD 1980. DDMI
UHF Power Amplifier. Broadband 9dB UHF Power amplifier for
use with UHF TV transposer TM4M/S03. An output power of 10
watts is provided when the amplifier is driven by the
transposer. Power requirements 28 volts d.c. at 3.5 amps.
450 x 105 x 120mm (approx). DD 1981.
Video Amplifier. Intended for use with EQS/S6SA-C Video
Equalisers, it corrects the insertion loss of the
equaliser. Power requirements AM14/S63/ A: NPN requiring
+16 V, SS mA; AM14/S63B: PNP requiring -16 V, SS mA. Die-
cast Box 111 x 60 x 33. TCPD 1983.
R.F. Amplifier. R.F. amplifier covering band IV and V Gain
Variable from +25 to -10dB. Power requirements :!:18V dc.
PCB 110 x 80mm. Parent equipment RCS/S03. DD 1984.
Recording Amplifier. Generates a 13. 33kHz and 133. 3kHz,
mixes and amplifies to obtain sufficient drive for a
special 7mH recording head. 4U unsupported boards with
PN1/29J front panel. DD 1977. DDMI7.448(80).
Head Pre-Amplifier. Contains 3 emitter followers for a 3
track reproducing head operating at a frequency of 133kHz
together with 2 photo-transistor I.C. switching amplifiers.
equipment RD4/12. DD 1978.
A80 Timecode Rec/Rep Amplifier. This Amplifier carries the
circuitry which when fitted to a suitably modified Studio
A80 .25" twintrack audio recorder permits the recording and
requirements +12 volts, -12 volts. Studer Chassis - Single
PCB chassis approximately 100(H) 30(D). Parent equipment
RD4/19. DD 1981. DDMI 7.448(81).
B67 Timecode Rec/Rep Amplifier. This amplifier carries the
circuitry which when fitted to a suitably modified studer
B67 0.2S" twin-track tape recorder permits the recording
and reproduction of centretrack EBU Timecode. Power
requirements +12 volts, -12 volts. Studer Type Chassis -
As for AM16/8, but modified for use with Shure SC3S pick-up
cartridge. Parent equipment RP2/6, RP2/6A, RP2/8 and
RP2/8A. ED 1980.
Reproducing Amplifier. Selects and amplified 13.33kHz and
l33.3kHz. Both signals being simultaneously recorded.
Consists of four separate amplifiers for each frequency.
4U unsupported boards with PN1/29J front panel. DD 1977.
Pickup Amplifier. A family of amplifiers which may be used
singly or in various combinations to amplify, equalise,