TYPE T1083 TX AND R1082 RX P


TYPE T1083 TRANSMITTER and TYPE R1082 RECEIVER


DATE OF DESIGN Pre WW2
FREQUENCY RANGE Transmitter is  136-500 kc/s & 1.5-15 Mc/s Master Oscillator Controlled, whereas the Receiver is a TRF on 111 kc/s - 15 Mc/s.  However, if used as a transportable, the range is reduced to 1.5-10 Mc/s for the transmitter and  1.5-12.2 Mc/s for the receiver
POWER SUPPLY Accumulator with a dry HT battery for the receiver. HT for the transmitter is obtained from a 80 Watt battery driven motor generator. In the emergency fit a generator is driven from a 24V supply containing battery outfit BBE. For transportable use, a generator is driven from a 12V source. A small petrol driven generator is provided for charging the batteries.
TYPE OF NET VALVE
WAVEFORM Originally designed to transmit on CW, ICW and R/T, when ship fitted, it usually emits a CW only signal although stores are available to include ICW also.
METHOD OF PRODUCING OSCILATIONS The transmitter is Master Oscillator controlled. The receiver is a 'straight receiver' i.e., [tuned radio frequency] without heterodyning.
WHERE USED/FITTED The TX/RX combination is an RAF outfit designed for aircraft, but replaced by more modern equipment, and relegated for Naval use as either {a} the emergency set fitted aft in Destroyers, or {b}, a transportable set for use by Naval landing parties. This Naval use occurred during WW2. 
ASSOCIATED WAVEMETER 1492B or G9
SMALL SCHEMATICS






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and this file shows which of the coils above [TX or RX] where used with each frequency coil settings for TX and RX.pdf