TM010002 TM1S/2 & A
C08/5 - A to D Converter (optional)
Power requirements mains 240 Vac. TM1/1C is not
superseded by TM1/1F. Sub-units as above. DD-r981.
Transmitter for communicating changes of state at
unattended transmitters to manned sites by encoding the
information and relaying it over the P.O. Switched
Telephone Network. Similar in principle to the TM1M/1 but
accepts a reduced number of fault codes. Enclosed metal
case suitable for rack mounting (lU high). Used with
BX1/13. DD 1985.
M.I.C. Fault Reporting Transmitter. Equipment utilising
units from TM1M/1 family in simplified Fault Reporter for
Monitoring and Information Centre housekeeping indications.
Sub units GE2/6A,
PS2/195, SC1/1, SC1/3, UN1A/6, UN23/32. DD 1978.
ENG Transmitter. The purpose of this unit is twofold:
(a) Sends 14 channels of data via PO line to CP
to control aerial positions.
(b) Receives signal strength and alarm data via P.O. line
from C.P. Power requirements 240 V 50 Hz. 4U BMM
Chassis PN3/54 with PN3A/55 Hinged Panel at rear. Sub-
units C05/22 ,
Fibre Optic Transmitter/Receiver. Unit containing a fibre
optic transmitter and receiver. Data input and output at
RS422 standard. Power requirements 24v DC or 240V AC
selectable. Diecast box 188mm x 120mm x 57mm. DD 1982.
EBU Video Transmitter. This unit sends digital video data
according to the EBU parallel interface specification. It
receives separate luminance and chrominance data, and
multiplexes with the TRS to form the standard 27 MHz data
6 U Eurocard
280 mm deep. Termination Panel: PA20/46. DD(8) 1985.
Digital Output Transmitter. This unit is the output driver
specification CCIR Rec. 656 outputs are provided; these can
be arranged as either two video signals, or one video and
4U unsupported pcb.
Parent equipment GE6SM/571. Chassis extender CH4/5. D&ED
280 Mbit Optical Transmitter. Solid state laser (850nM)
and drive circuit, with Modulator suitable for 280 Mbit/s
Power requirements +5V 50nA,
BMM 4U unsupported panel. Parent equipment TM1M/504. DD
280 Mbit Optical Fibre Transmitter. Experimental equipment
for digital transmission of television signals over a fibre
This equipment can be used as a single or
dual channel transmitter. The output bit-rate for single
channel use is 140 Mbit/s, for dual channel use it is 280