Transmitters
TYPE OR OUTFIT NAME
  Click on each scuttle title to reveal the contents but also follow the instructions beneath the scuttle. When it tells you to look at 2.pdf for example, it means first click on the scuttle
 and then at a specific part of the opened file*.
 Your comprehensive understanding of each Type from 1 to 13 will be enhanced by reading the 19th Century Files and the Pre WW1 Files.

* The opened  file will have two columns. In the RIGHT hand column you will find the original pre WW1 subject matter in pdf format, e.g., 2.pdf, and in the LEFT hand column, a modern day explanation and interpretations of what that pdf file contains. Each pre WW1 pdf file has its own line on the page.  Thus your starting point is to scroll down to find the relevant pdf file in the right hand column and either open it or first read the text in the left hand column, and then open it.

 The majority of scuttles show pictures and text but there are some with text only. All transmitters in a given series are shown even though the scuttle title might not show a specific set: e.g. scuttle RED 49 shows the Type 51 basic transmitter but behind it, you will find all transmitters [other than Type 51HX shown separately] in the Type 51 series.

Equipments  are "grouped" in terms of characteristics and not in terms of date designed or issued.  Thus, the Type 53 {which obviously comes before say a Type 71}, was designed in 1933 whereas the 71 was designed in 1925.

 

 

 

 
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Also look at 1907.1.pdf
    
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Look at 3.pdf and 1.pdf to the left
  
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Look at 2.pdf
Also look at Type 9
  
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Also look at
1910 two.pdf
  
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Click on RED 8 below
Also read the many pre WW1 files.
 
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Also read the many pre WW1 files.
 
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Look at 4.pdf
 
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Look at 4.pdf
 
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Also look at Type 3 Also look at 1913 2.pdf
 
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Also look at PRE WW1 WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY 1912
 
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Look at 2.pdf
 
   
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See also 15 below.
 
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Click on RED 14 above

 
 
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Look at 9.pdf
 
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See also 87M.pdf
 
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Click HERE for details of the Type 88.  More details HERE for 89
 
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For this, 75, 76, 77 & 78 see also 5ABA 5ABC.pdf
  
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See also 603[5] 603[5].pdf
  
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To Open, click on RED 79
 
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See also more detail!
 
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See also 618 AND CAS[1].pdf
 
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See also 619 AND CAT[1].pdf
 
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See also 623[1].pdf
 
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Note: Was replaced by Type 1251 but not covered on this site.
 
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See also 641[1].pdf
 
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See also 643 AND CJP[1].pdf
 
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See also 685 DUPLEX LINKING.pdf, 685 unit wiring.pdf, 685_telephone.jpg  & 685_relay.jpg
 
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See also 689[1].pdf and 689 REMOTE CONTROL BOX.pdf
 
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See also 691[1].pdf
 
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See also 692[1].pdf
 
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See also 696[1].pdf
 
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See also 1202[1].pdf
 
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Note: Type 1204 fitted in shore stations. See also 1203 DRAWING.pdf and 1203 CAW[1].pdf and 1203[1].pdf
 
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Note: Type 1250 is an emergency set for ICS3 outside the scope of  our period.
 
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Submarines Fit
 
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See also FULL TCS SYSTEM.pdf
 
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Shore Station Fit
 
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Mention of these equipments are to be found in the 607/8 equipments
 
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Click to see a summary of the changes brought about in this scuttle
 
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See also PRC  320 AND 350.pdf
 
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See also PRC  320 AND 350.pdf
 
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See also PRC 351.pdf
 
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Ships under Naval Control
 
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See also CS3B.pdf , CS5B.pdf and TX RX in RN Shore WT Station WW2 TO 1950's.pdf
 
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