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Wireless Sender no.76

Wireless Sender no.76 ; MILITARY U.K. (ID = 1698464) Military
 
Wireless Sender no.76 ; MILITARY U.K. (ID = 1698465) Military
Wireless Sender no.76 ; MILITARY U.K. (ID = 1065596) Military Wireless Sender no.76 ; MILITARY U.K. (ID = 1065599) Military
Wireless Sender no.76 ; MILITARY U.K. (ID = 1697521) Military Wireless Sender no.76 ; MILITARY U.K. (ID = 1697522) Military
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Wireless Sender no.76 ; MILITARY U.K. (ID = 1065596) Military
MILITARY U.K.: Wireless Sender no.76 [Military] ID = 1065596 933x700
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For model Wireless Sender no.76, MILITARY U.K. (different makers for same model)
 
Country:  Great Britain (UK)
Manufacturer / Brand:  MILITARY U.K. (different makers for same model)
Year: 1943 Category: Military Equipment (not Re, Tr or RXT)
Valves / Tubes 3: ATS25 ATS25 5U4G
Main principle Transmitter
Wave bands Short Wave (SW only)
Details
Power type and voltage Line / Storage batteries (perhaps also batteries) / 230 / 12 Volt
Loudspeaker - - No sound reproduction output.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: Wireless Sender no.76 - MILITARY U.K. different makers
Material Metal case
Shape Boatanchor (heavy military or commercial set).
Dimensions (WHD) 12 x 8.25 x 12.25 inch / 305 x 210 x 311 mm
Notes Wireless Set No.76: long distance CW transmitter covering six crystal controlled channels in the 2 - 12 MHz range, CW (A1), pout 9 Watts.
The station can be powered by 12 V DC (two 6V accumulators 40 Ah), 500 HT is generated by a rotary transformer in Power Supply Unit No.18; for mains operation a Supply Unit, Rectifier, No.14 is used.
For standard use, a Aerial 110 ft, No.1 is used, the horizontal wire is supported by two 12 foot masts.
Wireless Set No.76 is a easily transportable long range CW transmitter for hand operated CW communications, in earlier days, a receiver R109 has been used in conjunction with the Wireless Set No.76, after WWII, this has been replaced by a R209.
To maintain contact from troops to British Airborne Division Headquarters ("Rear Link"), for BBC War correspondents ans reports from outposts to the War Office, a long distance CW transmitter was needed. After having used the Admiralty Transmitter 5G, the SRDE developed Wireless Set No.X66 in 1942 and the final version Wireless Set No.76 has been introduced in 1943, 2500 sets have been built. They have been used in parachute drops as well as animal packed, Wireless Set No.76T stands for the tropicalised version.
Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 30 lb (30 lb 0 oz) / 13.620 kg
Mentioned in Wireless for the Warrior Vol. 1, L. Meulstee

Model page created by Martin Bösch. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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