|1||0.53 - 1.1||AS-2360/GR 0.53 - 10 (20.5)
Servo p/n 7040-LA
|2||1.1 - 2.3||
|3||2.3 - 4.8||
|4||4.6 - 9.9||
|5||9.5 - 20||AS-2361/GR 10 - 20 MHz
Servo p/n 7040-LB
AS-2360/GR 0.53 - 10 (20.5) MHz
0.536 - 20.5 MHz
|6||20 - 33||AS-2362/GR 19.5 - 33 MHz
Servo p/n 7040-LC
|7||31 - 56||AS-2363/GR 31 - 56 MHz
Servo p/n 7040-LD
|loop||normal mil rcvrs|
|8||55 - 101||AS-2364/GR 55 - 101 MHz
Servo p/n 7040-LE
AS-2365/GR 95 - 210 MHz
Servo p/n 7040-HAD
95 - 405 MHz
|no #||190 - 1050||AS-2365/GR 95 - 210 MHz
AS-2366/GR 190 - 1050 MHz
The current version of this system may be:
Antenna Group OE-4/GR -
TG-177/GR Portable Antenna Drive - Tripod mount WANTED TO BUYIn this drawing you can see:
15 RPM nominal (clutch energized) 24 VDC @ 300 mA
- Portable Antenna Drive TG-177/GR
- Tripod (Legs Electrical Equipment) MX-6334/GR
- Compass J23
150 RPM (clutch deenergized)
18 - 32 VDC
TG-176/GR Fixed Antenna Drive - Shelter mount WANTED TO BUYRotates at 60 PRM (1 rev per second).
24 VDC @ 375 mA.
IP740/GR Azimuth Indicator - CRT based Front & BackSince the continous rotation speed can be up to 150 RPM a CRT type indicator will have a much linger life than a mechanical indicator. The antenna pattern can be seen on the screen and the null direction read out to within 2 degrees.
There has been a modification that disconnects the active wire from Diode Input connector on the Front panel and adds a BNC(f) connector to the rear panel, a pot on the rear panel, Red & Black wires coming out the rear panel and a Sense push button on the front panel (maybe to replace a momentary rotary switch?).
On the Front and Rear panel there are a 4 pin Power Input connector (ITT Canon 1S13114E8-4P)
and also a pair of Control Unit connectors (Burndy 14-12P) with 8 small pins and 4 large pins.
The name plate says:
Serial No. 47
Servo Corporation of America
PII No. DAAB05-67-C-2337
Battery to Indicator Cable Assembly, CX-11950/U (5'0") must have an ITT Canon 1S13114E8-4S connector.
C-6183/GR Antenna control - Front & BackThere is a band switch with "sync" and band numbers 1 through 8 (see above table). The antennas all have provision for 8 band positions, but only some are used in any single antenna. The AS-2360 supports band numbers 1 through 5. The bands are changed by means of a 12 position rotary solenoid in the antenna assembly. In position 6 the coil of antenna sense relay (K1) is connected to the "Sense" line pulling the line up to +36 volts (B+) allowing the control unit to synchronize (SYNC) thus learning that the solenoid is on step # 6. I expect that when the antenna control band switch is placed in "SYNC" the solenoid rotates until position 6 where it stops. The solenoid only rotates in one direction 30 degrees per step.
The antenna can be rotated continously at speeds ranging from 15 RPM to 150 RPM (depending on which mount is used) or can be manually turned CW or CCW.
The Front panel has connectors for the Indicator (Bendix PT02E-14-12S) and Pedestal (Bendix PT02E-20-24S) .
The Rear panel has connectors for Power In (ITT Canon 1S13114E8-4S) and Pedestal (ITT Canon MS3114E14-19S).
Why is the rear Pedestal connector different than the Front panel Pedestal connector?
The name plate says:
Serial No. 106 A
Servo Corporation of America
PII No. DAAB07-77-C-3294
Control to Indicator Cable Assembly, CX-11952/U (5'0") looks like a 12 wire with male pins on one end and female pinson the other end. Both connector shells are MS3114E14 type.
Battery to Control Cable must have an ITT Canon 1S13114E8-4P connector.
Control to Drive Cable Assembly CX-11953/U (100'0") WANTED TO BUY
AS-2360 Loop Antenna - PhotoDescription from Fair Radio eBay auction:
AS-2360 Loop Antenna .53 Mhz to 10 Mhz, useable to 20.5 Mhz.
Impedance 50 ohms
Null depth 25 db, bearing error less than 2 degrees.
Originally part of TRQ-23 radio receiving set.
The base of the loop contains a loop cathode follower with varactor diode for tuning, two rf amplifiers, and an output cathode follower using 4/6612 tubes which require 36 v B+, 1.1v filament.
Tuning voltage 0-102 vdc, gain voltage 0-37 vdc, sense relay 24 vdc.
Comes with canvas bag, sense antenna (not pictured), connector for antenna, schematic.
Not tested, used good physical condtion. AS IS.
Approx size 6.4 x 26.2 x 61.8 (with sense antenna )
From the Fair Radio - 2020 October Sale web page:
"Loop Antenna .53 Mhz to 10 Mhz useable to 20.5 Mhz. Impedance 50 ohms Null depth 25 db bearing error less than 2 degrees. Originally part of TRQ-23 radio receiving set. The base of the loop contains a loop cathode follower with varactor diode for tuning two rf amplifiers and an output cathode follower using 4/6612 tubes which require 36 v B+ 1.1v filament. Tuning voltage 0-102 vdc gain voltage 0-37 vdc sense relay 24 vdc. Comes with canvas bag. 6.4×26.2×61.8 30 lbs sh. Used"
It has 6 separate loop windings that can be connected by relays to operate in band numbers 1 through 5. It also has a Varactor diode to allow reasonating the antenna. The R-901/GR and R-902/GR receivers output the diode tuning voltage which is passed through the antenna indicator unit then the control unit and finally to the antenna. Schematic.dwf (get the Autodesk free Volo viewer to see this) and the corresponding parts list.
Connections to the AS-2360 (and probably all the other loops are the same)
Pin # Name Description 1 Relay Ground ? return for pin 5, big current pulses? 2 Loop Gain control voltage to 6612 RF amp screen grids 3 Sense control voltage activates sense ant & for Sync 4 Filiment 1.5 DC volts to drive 4 6612 tubes in parallel
WHAT IS THE VOLTAGE? 1.5 VDC
5 Bandswitch Bipolar pulses to change bands 6 Ground
7 +36 B+ for 6612 tubes 8, 9 N.C.
10 Diode Tuning 0 to +? VDC range for VA-521A varactor diode? A1 RF output coaxial connector (DC blocked)
Photo of rotary solenoid, 4 deck switch and resistor board
The 30 deg/step rotary solenoid was made by Ledex - p/n 128558-001 date code 7913.
From their records the drive voltage is 28 VDC and a 50 millisecond pulse would be long enough to latch.
Remember that the B+ voltage is 36 (see pin # 7 above).
The 12 position, 4 deck rotary switch was made by Grayhill.
The connector on the base of the AS-2360 (inside the lower tube) is a special DB15(m).
It has a coax connector in the center that has a male shield and a female center contact.
It may be a Cannon Combo D but I have not figured out their part numbering system.
Mouser carries a D-Sub Mixed Contact Connector and the 152-FM11W1S housing looks correct.
Page 165 shows these connectors. It's not clear which of 152-FMX1067, 3067, 0003P or 0003S is the correct coax insert.
AS-2364 Loop Antenna - PhotoLabel: Antenna, AS-2364/GR, Serial No. 61 A, Servo Corportation of America, PII No. DAAB07-77-C-3294, U.S.
In the above cover drawing for TM 11-5985-360-10 you can see:
- 2 receivers on the left
- antenna control unit C-6183/GR
- IP740/GR Azimuth Indicator on top of the control unit
- TG-177/GR Portable Antenna Drive
- J23 Magnetic Compass
- some cables
TM 11-5825-242-10 Radio Receiving Set AN/TRQ-23
I am looking for more information about the AN/TRQ-23 & OE-4/GR email Brooke
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