F.M. Band II Receiver. Band II Crystal controlled high
sensitivity VHF F.M. receiver with internal stereo decoder,
stereo pilot detector and 23/76 kHz tone detectors. Power
requirements mains or D.C. CH1/64A. DD 1978.
Band 11 F.M. Receiver. Similar to RC1/12A but improved RF
and Mixer stages and narrow-band I.F. produce improved
reception (Monophonic) with hostile adjacent signals.
Power requirements: Mains or :t12 V. BBC chassis CH1!12A.
TCPD 1986. Superseded by RC1/19. OBSOLESCENT.
VHF Band 11 FM Programmable Tunable Receiver high
sensitivity medium grade with stereo decoding. Multiplex,
audio left and right output signals. Front panel or
remotely programmable tuning, pre-set muting, carrier
indication and stereo pilot indication with opto-isolation
relays at the rear connector. Power input is Mains or
:t12.5V or :t14.5V minimum. CH1/64 chassis. DD 1976. DDMI
5.326(77). DDHB 5.123(77). EDI 103l3(1)DEC77. Superseded
by RC1/30. OBSOLESCENT.
VHF FM Receiver. Band 11 FM receiver, high sensitivity
wi th front panel or remote tuning. Similar to RC1/17
except that the de-emphasis of the multiplex output is
independent of the stereo left and right output. Power
requirements d.c. or mains. CH1/64A. DD 1978. DDMI
5.364(79). DDHB 5.147(79). Superseded by RC1/30.
FM Band 11 Receiver, crystal controlled with high
sensitivity and narrow bandwidth with stereo decoding.
Multiplex, audio left and right output signals. Front
panel pre-set muting, carrier indication and stereo
indication with opto-isolation relays at the rear
connector. Mains or :t12.5V or :t14.5V minimum power supply.
CH1/12A chassis replaces RC1/8 and RC1/10 (mains only). DD
1976. DDMI 5.318. DDHB 5.111. EDI 10288(1)OCT76.
Pocket Receiver operating at l4l.8575MHz
use only. It emits an audible note
Internal PP3 battery. Diecast box 89mm x
DD 1977. DDMI 5.336(77), 5.350(78).
Field strength (magnetic and electric) measuring receiver
for LF and MF bands. l50-l600kHz with digital readout in
dB's above lllV /metre and signal analysing. For use in
vehicle. Power requirements l2V vehicle supply. Modular
construction in 'Major' case. RD 1977.
MSF Receiver for 60kHz transmissions via ferrite rod aerial
and decodes data to supply Monitoring and Information
Centre clock unit. Power requirements +12V d.c. Plastic
box l78mm x l27mm x l27mm. DD 1978.
Receiver 60 kHz Standard Frequency. Receives the 60kHz
Rugby Transmission. Provides outputs of 60kHz, 200kHz and
lMHz. Also timecode and signal fail logic. Fitted with an
a.g.c. level indicator. 50Q aerial input also provides
power for a Receiving Aerial. Pin compatible with RC3/13