PS4/18A. D&ED (A) 1987.
Radio Data Monitoring Receiver. This is a portable
Monitoring Receiver for the BBC Radio Data Service. It is
electrically identical to the RC3SL/21. Power requirements
240Vac. CS2/25D modified. D&ED 1987.
Radio Link Receiver for use with TM3M/6 (185MHz). PN3/23.
DD 1974. DDHB 5.95. EDI 10209(P)FEB74.
UHF Radio Link Receiver (Audio). UHF link receiver used in
Local Radio Service to receive programme audio from TM3M/7
transmitter in Radio cars. Contains AM7/18A, AM21/5,
C02/20, FL2/14 and OS2/49. 2U BMM panel. DD 1977.
UHF Radio Link Receiver (Audio). Mains or battery operated
portable radio link receiver operating in range 470MHz-
475MHz. For use by Communications Department to receive
programme or multiplex from transmitter TM3M/8. Contains
AM7/18B, AM21/6, C02/20, FL2/14 and OS2/49. C & N
Radio Link Receiver, audio and control identical to RC4M/8
but with additional facility for switching between two
operating frequencies e.g. 473.00MHz and 476 .4MHz. Power
requirements 240V a.c. mains or 22-60V d.c. Parent
equipment Transmitter TM3M/84. Sub units C02/20A, OS2/49A,
AM1/16, AM7/18. DD 1978. DDHB 5.128(79).
UHF Radio-Link Receiver. Similar to RC4M/8A, switching
between two frequencies, e.g. 427.8125 MHz and
446.5625 MHz. However two swi tchable input filters are
used due to the wide spacing of the channels. Power
requirements 240 V a.c. Power requirements 240 V a.c.
Parent equipment used with Transmitter TM 3M/8B. Sub-units
C02/20B, OS2/49A, AM21/6A, AM7/18, FL2/25A (2 off). DD
1983. DDHB 5.170(84). DDMI 5.441(84).
UHF Radio LInk Receiver. Modified version of RC4M/8 to
receive two channels not more than 18 MHz apart in the
range 850-900 MHz. Used in conjunction with transmitter
TM3M/8C. Power requirements 240 V a.c. mains or 22-60 V
d.c. C and N chassis and case. Sub-units FL2/25, C02/20,
AM2/6, OS2/49, AM7/18.
UHF Radio Link Receiver. Similar to RC4M/8B, however
switching betwen two frequencies e.g. 455 MHz and 469 MHz.
Power requirements 240 V a.c. mains or 22/66 V d.c. C and N
case 442 mm x 132 mm x 378 mm. Used with transmitter
OS2/49A, AM21/6B, AM7/18,
FL2/25A, (2 off). DD 1983. DDHB 5.170(84).
Band I FM
approx. 8" x
9" x 2.5").
FM receiver for Band I
requirements 6 watts approx.
240V AC. Special Box
Supersedes RC4/1. DD 1981
Band 11 FM Rebroadcast Link Receiver. Crystal controlled
to receive fixed channel in the range 88-l08MHz. Maximum
RF input is lOOmV into 50Q with an output of IV p-p