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BC-222

BC-222 ; Majestic Radio & (ID = 1763905) Military
 
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BC-222 ; Majestic Radio & (ID = 1764380) Military
Majestic Radio &: BC-222 [Military] ID = 1764380 793x1001
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For model BC-222, Majestic Radio & Television Co.,(post 1932)
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  Majestic Radio & Television Co.,(post 1932)
Year: 1938 ?? Category: Military Equipment
Valves / Tubes 2: VT-33 VT-67
Main principle Transceiver
Wave bands Wave Bands given in the notes.
Details
Loudspeaker - only for Earphone!
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: BC-222 - Majestic Radio & Television Co
Material Metal case
Shape Portable set > 8 inch (also usable without mains)
Notes

The BC-222 is a battery operated portable transceiver developed for the US Army Artillery.  Operating frequency bands are 27.7 - 38.5 MHz (Coil A) and 36.9 - 52.2 MHz (Coil B), the frequency coil not in use is fixed by two metal braces at the left inside the cabinet. Each set is individually calibrated and has it's specific calibration crystals, calibration marks are red lines on the dial.

Uses antenna AN-29 or AN-29B, earphone HS-22, microphone T-24 and battery BA-32.

Instructions in Technical Manual TM 11-238. Usually the schematic is found on the inside of the protection cover.

Developed by the Signal Corps Laboratories, produced by several contractors, amongst others Majestic Radio Television Corp., Chicago IL and Rauland Corp., Chicago IL.

The BC-222 transceiver is part of the radio set SCR-194 and provided voice communication over short distances, nominally up to 5 miles.

Literature/Schematics (1) The Surplus Handbook - Receivers and Transmitters (page 19)

Model page created by Etienne Flemal. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Majestic Radio & Television Co.,(post 1932)
Here you find 334 models, 163 with images and 275 with schematics for wireless sets etc. In French: TSF for Télégraphie sans fil.




  
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