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A view of the Gloster Meteor TT Mk.20 target tug, showing the air powered winch on the right wing.

Gloster Meteor, Britain's Celebrated First-Generation Jet, Phil Butler and Tony Buttler. This is a detailed, well illustrated and well written look at the development and service history of the Gloster Meteor, both in British and overseas hands. The book covers the development of the E.28/39, Britain's first jet aircraft and the development of the Meteor, looks in detail at the prototype aircraft, the various versions of the Meteor and its British and overseas service careers. [see more]


English Electric Canberra

The English Electric Canberra is a British first-generation jet powered medium bomber. It was developed by English Electric during the mid-to-late 1940s in response to a 1944 Air Ministry requirement for a successor to the wartime de Havilland Mosquito fast bomber. Among the performance requirements for the type was an outstanding high-altitude bombing capability and high speed. These were partly accomplished by making use of newly developed jet propulsion technology. When the Canberra was introduced to service with the Royal Air Force (RAF), the type's first operator, in May 1951, it became the service's first jet-powered bomber.

In February 1951, a Canberra set another world record when it became the first jet aircraft to make a non-stop transatlantic flight. Throughout most of the 1950s, the Canberra could fly at a higher altitude than any other aircraft in the world and in 1957, a Canberra established a world altitude record of 70,310 feet (21,430 m). Due to its ability to evade the early jet interceptor aircraft and its significant performance advancement over contemporary piston-engined bombers, the Canberra became a popular aircraft on the export market, being procured for service in the air forces of many nations both inside and outside of the Commonwealth of Nations. The type was also licence-produced in Australia by the Government Aircraft Factories and in the US by Martin as the B-57 Canberra. The latter produced both the slightly modified B-57A Canberra and the significantly updated B-57B.

In addition to being a tactical nuclear strike aircraft, the Canberra proved to be highly adaptable, serving in varied roles such as tactical bombing and photographic and electronic reconnaissance. Canberras served in the Suez Crisis, Vietnam War, Falklands War, Indo-Pakistani wars and numerous African conflicts. In several wars, each of the opposing sides had Canberras in their air forces.

The Canberra had a lengthy service life, serving for more than 50 years with some operators. In June 2006, the RAF retired the last of its Canberras, 57 years after its first flight. Three of the Martin B-57 variant remain in service, performing meteorological and reentry tracking work for NASA, as well as providing electronic communication (Battlefield Airborne Communications Node or BACN) testing for deployment to Afghanistan. [2] [3]


Gloster Meteor TT Mk.20 - History

Constructed as a Meteor TT.20.

Taken on Strength/Charge with the Royal Air Force with s/n WD592.

Transferred to 264 Squadron.

Transferred to 728 Squadron Royal Navy, Hal Far, Malta.
Operated with markings: HF-864

Transferred to 5 Maintenance Unit, RAF Kemble.

Struck off Strength/Charge from the Royal Air Force.

To unknown owner with c/r N94749.
Sale reported to a new owner in Mojave, CA.


Photographer: Peter Nicholson
Notes: Seen at Biggin Hill in April 1975 awaiting transfer to the United States was this Meteor TT.20 version of the Meteor NF.11. It had previously been in service with 728 Squadron.


Photographer: Phillip Dawe
Notes: N94749 - Meteor NF.11 - ex-Royal Air Force - Mojave


Photographer: Al Clegg
Notes: At Mojave Airport (KMHV)


Photographer: Nate Wilburn
Notes: Photographed at the Mojave, California airport.


Photographer: Nate Wilburn
Notes: Mojave, California airport.

To National Museum of the United States Air Force Loan Program, Wright Field, Dayton, OH.
View the Location Dossier

Loaned to 95 ABW/MU, Edwards AFB, CA.

Placed on display with Air Force Flight Test Center Museum, Edwards AFB, Palmdale, CA.
View the Location Dossier

Civil registration, N94749, cancelled.
Sale reported to a new owner in Mojave, CA.


Photographer: Tom Tessier
Notes: At Air Force Flight Test Museum, Edwards AFB, CA


Photographer: Mike Hill
Notes: 2010 photo - preserved at Edwards AFB, California


Photographer: Jim Leslie
Notes: This aircraft is shown at the Air Force Flight Test Museum, Edwards AFB.


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A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine lives under the hood of the TT, and it generates 228 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque. The TTS gets a beefed-up version of this engine that's tuned to deliver 288 horsepower and 280 lb-ft of torque. Both cars use a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with Quattro all-wheel drive. Whether you choose the TT or the TTS, you'll enjoy responsive handling.


Gloster Meteor TT Mk.20 - History

Constructed as a Meteor F.8.

Taken on Strength/Charge with the Royal Air Force with s/n VZ467.

Converted to a Meteor F.8(TT).


Photographer: Unknown


Photographer: Unknown


Photographer: Unknown


Photographer: Unknown

Transferred to 1 TWU, RAF Brawdy.


Photographer: Ken Videan
Notes: At Greenham Common.


Photographer: Robert Nichols
Notes: at Newbury Air Festival, RAF Greenham Common


Photographer: Ken Videan
Notes: At Greenham Common.


Photographer: Peter Nicholson
Notes: Meteor F.8(TT) of 1 Tactical Weapons Unit on display at the 1981 International Air Tattoo at RAF Greenham Common, Berkshire.


Photographer: BAe
Notes: Flown throughout its RAF service as VZ467, and commonly refered to as Winston. This Meteor was the very last single seat Meteor in RAF service, retiring in 1982 from RAF Brawdy, Pembrokeshire, Wales. I was groundcrew on this aircraft until its retirement!


Photographer: Ruth AS / Wikipedia Commons
Notes: 1982 photo of Gloster Meteor F.8 VZ467 wearing the markings of 615 (County of Surrey) Squadron RAuxAF

To AIR Support Aviation Services, London with new c/r G-METE.

To SARK International Airways, Guernsey keeping c/r G-METE.


Photographer: Ken Videan
Notes: At Fairford.

To Timothy John Manna, Pedlars Barn, Newsells Village, Barkway, Royston keeping c/r G-METE.

Civil registration, G-METE, cancelled.

To Temora Aviation Museum Inc, Temora, NSW with new c/r VH-MBX.

Operated by Temora Aviation Museum Engineering P/L.

To Temora Aviation Museum, Temora, New South Wales keeping c/r VH-MBX.

Placed on display with Temora Aviation Museum, Temora, New South Wales.
A77-851
Painted in the colors of a Korean War Meteor - as operated by the RAAF 77th Squadron.
View the Location Dossier

Operated by Temora Aviation Museum Engineering P/L.
The only airworthy Meteor F8 left in the world.

Certificate of airworthiness for VH-MBX (METEOR F8, G5/361641) issued.

To Temora Aviation Museum Engineering P/L keeping c/r VH-MBX.

Markings Applied: A77-851
Based at Temora, Australia.


Photographer: Terry Fletcher
Notes: In Temora Aviation Museum, New South Wales, Australia


Mooney M20 Series Aircraft Information

The Mooney M20 series features a low- wing and propeller-driven aircraft. The aircraft has the capacity for one crew member and three passengers and has an empty weight of 2,370 lb (1,074 kg) and a gross weight of 3,374 lb (1,528 kg). The cruise speed is 237 kn (272 mph, 438 km/h) and the M20 should not exceed a speed of 242 kn (278 mph, 448 km/h).

The M20 is manufactured by the Mooney Airplane Company and was the twentieth design and most successful design from Al Mooney. Over the last 50 years, the Mooney M20 series has been produced in many variations. Various models of the Mooney M20 series include the M20, M20A, Mooney M20B, Mooney M20C, Mooney M20C Mark 21, Mooney M20C Ranger, M20D, Mooney M20E, Mooney M20E Super 21, Mooney M20F, Mooney M20F Exec 21, M20G, Mooney M20J 201, Mooney M20J 205, Mooney M20J MSE, Mooney M20K 231, Mooney M20K 231 Modified, Mooney M20K 252, Mooney M20K 252TSE, Mooney M20K 305 Rocket, Mooney M20K Encore, M20L, Mooney M20M Bravo, Mooney M20M GX Bravo, Mooney M20R Ovation, Mooney M20S Eagle, M20T, and M20TN Acclaim. The company announced that it was halting all production in November 2008 as a result of the late 2000s recession. As of April 2011 the company has not resumed production.

The M20 airframes are all-metal, low-wing aircraft with the exception of the wooden wing spars of the original M20 and M20A. The wings of the aircraft are of cantilever construction and the wing skin is aluminum. Early models of the M20 use a hydraulic pump to control the flaps. Later models have electrically-operated flaps.

Many Mooney M20 series aircrafts have a ram air system called the Mooney "Power Boost" for increased power. The intake air is filtered before it enters the induction system for normal operations. Partially unfiltered air will enter the induction system with a higher pressure and the manifold pressure will increases about a full inch when flying at 7,500 msl when ram air is selected. This gives a greater power output. The ram air feature is omitted on the turbocharged variants. They are their own "power boost" that provides far more increases in manifold pressure.

The M20 series store fuel in two separate tanks, which are located in the inboard sections of each wing. The M20 has a unique tailplane with a vertical leading edge. The tapered wings of the M20 have a medium aspect ratio. The tricycle undercarriage legs are made of heat-treated chrome-molybdenum steel. The main landing gear legs are attached to the main wing spar. The nose gear is mounted on the steal cabin frame. There are rubber discs and spring steel around the legs that allow for compression and shock absorption on landing. Early models of the Mooney M20 use a hand-operated lever system to raise and lower the landing gear, while later models use an electrically-operated retraction system with a backup crank-operated or wire-pull gear extender.

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Gloster Meteor TT Mk.20 - History

Gloster Meteor TT Mk.20 Aircraft Servicing Manual - 01B-2920-1

Disclaimer: This item is sold for historical and reference Only. These are either ORIGINAL or COPIES of manuals and blueprints used when these aircraft were in active duty, now transferred into electronic format. This manuals and blueprints are not meant to be used for current update material for certification / repair, but make an excellent reference for the scholar, collector, modeler or aircraft buffs . For proprietary reasons we generally only provide civil manuals and blueprints on obsolete Aircrafts / Engines / Helicopter. The information is for reference only and we do not guarantee the completeness, accuracy or currency of any manuals.

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År 1940 utfärdade Luftministeriet en specifikation på ett jetdrivet flygplan med 14,2 kN dragkraft som skulle kunna ta en last på 680 kg och en totalvikt på 3𧒄 kg. George Carter beräknade att ett sådant flygplan skulle få en toppfart på över 700 km/h och skulle kunna beväpnas med två eller fyra automatkanoner. I augusti 1940 presenterade Carter ritningarna för prototypen och i januari 1941 beslutade Max Aitken att utvecklingen av Meteoren skulle ges högsta prioritet. Månaden efter fick Gloster en beställning på tolv stycken prototyper (senare ändrat till åtta). I juli 1941 fick de även en avsiktsförklaring angående en beställning av 300 Meteorer. [ 1 ]

I november 1942 stoppades produktionen av Meteor på grund av att Rover, som var en viktig underlevererantör av motorerna, inte klarade av att hålla produktionstakten. På grund av bristen på jetmotorer började Luftministeriet i stället att intressera sig för den enmotoriga Gloster E.1/44. Produktionsstoppet hävdes senare samma år efter att Rolls-Royce tagit över motortillverkningen. [ 1 ]

Den 5 mars 1943 flög prototypen för första gången. På grund av leveransproblemen med motorerna drevs den av två stycken de Havilland Goblin i stället för de tilltänkta Power Jets W.2 . Det första flygplanet med Power Jets-motorer flög 12 juni samma år. Rolls-Royce kom att ta över även Power Jets motortillverkning och fortsatte att producera motorn under licens med namnet Welland. Totalt åtta prototyper med olika motorkonfigurationer byggdes. [ 1 ]

Den 12 januari 1944 flög den första serieproducerade Meteoren. Den var i stort sett identisk med prototypen med undantag för de fyra automatkanonerna i nosen. Den fick beteckningen Meteor F.1. Totalt 300 var beställda, men bara 20 kom att levereras eftersom den senare modellen Meteor F.3 beställdes i stället. På grund av att Royal Air Force inte hade någon tidigare erfarenhet av jetflygplan användes Meteorerna till en början huvudsakligen till prov och utbildning. Först i juli 1944 sattes de in i stridande tjänst. [ 1 ]

Rolls-Royce och Power Jets samarbete ledde fram till den mer pålitliga och kraftigare motorn Rolls-Royce Derwent som kom att användas i alla efterföljande versioner av Meteor varav den första var Meteor F.3. De kraftigare motorerna innebar inte bara högre toppfart, de innebar också problem, framför allt med chockvågor i hög fart. Chockvågorna orsakades främst av de raka vingarna. Planerna på att förse Meteor med svepta vingar i stället lades ner på grund av kostnadsskäl och i stället kortades vingarna helt enkelt av med 43 cm på varje sida. De kortare vingarna gav högre toppfart men lägre stighastighet, lägre topphöjd och högre landningshastighet. Framförallt den höga landningshastigheten var ett problem för piloter vana med propellerdrivna flygplan. Andra förbättringar var förstärkt flygkropp och tryckkabin. Den versionen fick beteckningen Meteor F.4. Den flög första gången 17 maj 1945, tio dagar efter Tysklands kapitulation. Krigsslutet innebar att Royal Air Force behov av nya jaktflygplan nu var mycket mindre och det ledde till att de flesta nytillverkade F.4:orna gick på export för att förbättra Storbritanniens ekonomi som drabbats hårt av kriget. Bland exportkunderna fanns Argentina, Nederländerna och Danmark. [ 1 ]

Nästa version av Meteor var en tvåsitsig skolversion. Trots nackdelar som avsaknad av beväpning, tryckkabin och fullständig instrumentering tillverkades över 650 stycken Meteor T.7. Behovet var stort eftersom nästan inga piloter hade någon tidigare erfarenhet av jetflygplan. [ 1 ]

I takt med att andra, mer avancerade jetjaktflygplan togs i tjänst beslutade Gloster att skapa en så modern version av Meteor de kunde och fortfarande dra nytta av en befintlig produktionslina. Flygkroppen förlängdes för att ge plats för mer bränsle och för att slippa den barlast som tidigare modeller haft för att ballansera vikten av de fyra automatkanonerna i nosen. Det visade sig dock att med den längre flygkroppen kunde tyngdpunkten hamna för långt bak efter att ammunitionen till automatkanonerna förbrukats vilket ledde till instabilitet. Detta löstes genom att man bytte ut stjärtpartiet mot stjärten från Gloster E.1/44. Den mest välkomna förändringen var dock införandet av katapultstol. Denna version av Meteor fick beteckningen Meteor F.8. I likhet med F.4 gick många F.8 på export till bland annat Belgien, Brasilien, Nederländerna, Danmark, Australien, Syrien och Egypten. [ 1 ]

Under 1950-talet utvecklades versioner av Meteor för fotospaning och nattjakt. Fotospaningsversionen Meteor FR.9 fick en 20 cm längre nos med en kamera och extra bränsletankar i vingarna. De användes för taktisk spaning och var beväpnade med automatkanoner precis som jaktversionen. En version för höghöjdsspaning utvecklades också. Den saknade beväpning och hade de långa vingarna från F.3 samt två lodkameror i bakkroppen förutom den i nosen. Nattjaktversionen som fick beteckningen Meteor NF.11 utvecklades i samarbete med Armstrong Whitworth som tillverkade radarn. Den blev något av ett lapptäcke med den dubbelsitsiga cockpiten från T.7, flygkroppen från F.8, de långa vingarna från F.3 och en helt ny nos med radarn SCR-720. Eftersom radarn upptog hela nosen flyttades automatkanonerna till vingarna utanför motorerna. I takt med att radartekniken utvecklades förlängdes nosen ytterligare för att ge plats åt den amerikanska radarn AN/APS-21. Den längre nosen gjorde det nödvändigt med en större fena. Trots det hade flygplanet en tendens att zickzacka i takt med radarantennens svepande rörelser. Denna version av Meteor fick beteckningen Meteor NF.12. Det byggdes även en version med ännu längre nos, Meteor NF.14. [ 1 ]

Några Meteorer modifierades för marint bruk med fällbara vingar, landningskrok och katapultkrok. Dessa användes enbart för utprovning och utbildning då Royal Navy valde Sea Vampire framför Meteor.


Researchers Say King Tut’s Dagger Was Made From a Meteorite

In 1925, three years after discovering Tutankhamen’s largely intact tomb in the Valley of the Kings near Luxor (ancient Thebes), the English archaeologist Howard Carter found two daggers hidden in the folds of material wrapped around the pharaoh’s mummified body. In the wrappings on Tut’s right thigh, he found an iron blade with a decorated gold handle ending in a round crystal knob, encased in an ornate gold sheath decorated in a pattern of feathers, lilies and the head of a jackal. The second blade, found near Tut’s abdomen, was of gold.

The iron dagger instantly attracted attention from archaeologists. Iron was still relatively rare in the Bronze Age, and was considered even more valuable than gold. Though ancient Egypt was rich in mineral resources𠅌opper, bronze and gold were in use since the fourth millennium B.C.—the earliest references to iron smelting in the Nile Valley date to much later, during the first millennium B.C. Most archaeologists agree that the handful of iron objects that have been found from Egypt’s Old Kingdom (third millennium B.C.) were probably produced from meteoric metal, a substance the Egyptians of Tut’s era reverently called “iron from the sky.”

Earlier examinations of the iron dagger found in King Tut’s tomb in the 1970s and 1990s probed the possibility that its blade came from a meteorite. Their findings were inconclusive or controversial, at best. Recently, however, a team of Italian and Egyptian researchers took advantage of new technology—specifically a technique called portable X-ray fluorescence spectrometry—to take another look. According to their findings, published this week in the journal Meteorites and Planetary Science, the blade’s composition of iron, nickel and cobalt “strongly suggests an extraterrestrial origin.” What’s more, it is nearly identical to the composition of a meteor found in the seaport city of Marsa Matruh, 150 miles west of Alexandria.


US Navy Teletype Equipment - 1950's & 1960's

Model 28 Receive-Only Page Printer Set (Compact). Consists of friction feed typing unit, cover, base unit, synchronous motor and gearshift for 45.5, 50 and 74.2 baud.

Videos of UGC-25A in operation
- 60wpm
- 100wpm

195349 Speed Control Knob (2 ea.)
<= <= <= <=

AN/UGC-38 AN/UGC-40

AN/UGR-14

Inktronic Receive-Only Page Printer Set. Consists of floor cabinet, friction feed non-impact printer and control logic. 7.00 unit code, 600 baud.. Includes communication symbol arrangement.

TT-171/UG

TT-171 - Model 28 Receive-Only Page Printer Set. Same as TT-47A/UG except uses base LB3/101 and is without a keyboard

TT-284/UG Lightweight

TT-306/UG

TT-394/UG Mite

KSR - Keyboard Send/Receive - Typing Unit +Keyboard

AN/FGC-10

AN/TGC-14A (MITE)

AN/UGC-20

Model 28 Keyboard Send-Receive Page Printer Set (Compact). Consists of cover, friction feed typing unit, keyboard, distributor, and synchronous motor. Includes communication symbol arrangement and gearshift for 45.5, 50 and 74.2 baud.

7.42 unit code, 60 Hz, 115VAC.

Teletype 28KSR "compact" - the keyboard is a M32-style 5-line parallel electrical unit with a separate distributor on the same shaft as the typing unit.

AN/UGC-77 is the Low-Level (+/-6v) TEMPEST version - Info Page

AN/UGC-41


. from a Wall Street Journal article

AN/UGC-77 - Info Page

low-level TEMPEST version of AN/UGC-20 above

AN/UGC-136 - Info Page

Please let me know if you have a manual

TT-47/UG & TT-48/UG

TT-47 - PD-17/U synchronous motor

TT-48 - PD-18/U governor motor

CY-870/UG cabinet
CB-154/UG power panel
MX-1114/UG keyboard
MX-1115/UG typing unit

Model 28 Keyboard Send-Receive Page Printer Set. Consists of floor cabinet, friction feed typing unit,
electrical service unit, keyboard,
synchronous motor and gears for 45.5 baud. 7.42 unit code, 60 Hz, 115VAC.
Includes communication symbol arrangement and selective calling feature.

TT-49/UG & TT-50/UG

Teletype Model 15 modified for shipboard service "with aluminum side frames, a new carriage return
assembly, and lighter weight carriage parts. As a result of these modifications, they operate satisfactorily while tilted as much as 45 degrees."

ship/shore - floor mount
photos thanks to KD6UDA
TT-49/UG synchronous motor
TT-50/UG governor motor
spec sheet

BP149/247 typing unit
BBK200BJ/LD keyboard
MU40 motor unit
AC203BJ cabinet
80437 gear set
106965 set of spares

TT-69/UG & TT-70/UG

TT-69 synchronous motor
TT-70 governor motor

Same as TT-47 & TT-48 but with CY-971/UG cabinet

TT-176/UG TT-176C/UG

TT-434/UG keyboard
TT-438/UG typing unit
SB-408/UG electrical unit

Model 28 Keyboard Send-Receive Page Printer Set (Relay Rack Mounted). Consists of cover,
friction feed typing unit, keyboard,
electrical service assembly,
synchronous motor and gears for 45.5 baud. 7.42 unit code, 60 Hz, 115VAC.
Includes communication symbol arrangement, stepping magnets, automatic carriage return and line feed.

TT-242/UG Lightweight (20 lbs)

TT-307/UG


photo thanks to Dan K6YIC

Skintight case, Same as TT-306/UG except includes keyboard and stepping magnet.

Has an external ESA with selector magnet keyer.

MK-1115/UG kit converts TT-307 to the low-level version (AN/UGC-51)

ASR - Automatic Send/Receive - Typing Unit +Keyboard +TD (tape reader) + Typing Reperf (tape punch)

AN/UGC-5 & AN/UGC-6 (Teletype 28ASR)

Model 28 Automatic Send-Receive Page Printer Set.

UGC-5 without auxiliary typing reperf consists of floor cabinet, friction feed typing unit, keyboard, chadless typing perforator, transmitter distributor, synchronous motor, electrical service unit, and gears for 45.5, 56.9 and 74.2 baud.

UGC-6 also includes auxiliary chadless typing reperforator, with motor and ESU - see below

7.42 unit code, 60 Hz, 115VAC. Includes communication symbol arrangement.

AN/UGC-49

Model 28 Low Level Automatic Send-Receive Page Printer Set.

Consists of floor cabinet, friction feed typing unit, keyboard, fully perforated typing reperforator, transmitter distributor, 2 synchronous motors, electrical service unit, signal and clutch electrical service assemblies, auxiliary fully perforated typing reperforator and gears for 45.5 and 75 baud.

7.00 unit code, 60 Hz, 115VAC.

Includes communication symbol arrangement, MIL-STD-188B six volt polar interface and Teletype's TEMPEST feature.CRITICOM type.

AN/FGC-8

AN/FGC-9

TT-57/FG Transmitter-Distributor
PP-315/GGA-1 power supply
BP119/210 Typing Unit
MU-4 Motor Unit
PEX25JX Perforator Transmittter

AN/FGC-11

AN/SGC-2

Teletype Model 42 ASR 4220 AAB + 4250 AAA

used for training simulator and other uses? Please send me email with any info.

KTR - Keyboard Typing Reperforator - Keyboard + Tape Punch also called SRTR - Send-Receive Typing Reperforator

TT-103/FG photos thanks to Larry Tighe

uses FPR23H246 typing reperf

TT-253/UG

TT-253C/UG

AN/UGC-78 was the Low-Level version

28KTR Compact Need more info! - please send email if you have ANY info on this unit

ROTR - Receive-Only Typing Reperforator - (paper tape punch)

TT-45/FG (FPR23H246 w/synchronous motor)

TT-46/FG has governed motor

TT-192/UG (synchronous motor) TT-274/UG (governor motor)

base LRB8
reperf LPR9AWA
motor LMU3
cover LRC202

TT-192A/UG

USS Hornet - Photo Credit Info Here

tape reel is on top, not on side as in standard-sized TT-192 unit

Teletype
base LRB31
reperf LPR40AWA
motor LMU24
cover LRC205

TT-549 ROTR

TT-605/UG

Photo to right shows double-shielded selector magnets.

TD - Transmitter/Distributor (tape reader) - guide to TD components

TT-143/UG

TT-187/UG

Model 28 Transmitter Distributor Set Consists of cover, base, transmitter distributor, synchronous motor and gears for 45.5, 56.9 and 74.2 baud.

7.42 unit code, 60Hz, 115VAC.

TT-187A/UG

Model 28 Transmitter Distributor Set Consists of cover, base, transmitter distributor, synchronous motor and gears for 45.5, 56.9 and 74.2 baud.

TT-603/UG

Photos

7.42 unit code, 60 Hz, 115VAC.

Includes MIL-STD-188B six volt polar interface and Teletype's TEMPEST feature.

MISCELLANEOUS

TT-71/UG

Consists of a single unit which contains two TTY units and the optical projection system and illumination source. One of the TTY units is a M15 page-printing teletypewriter. This unit is supported within the cabinet by the projector frame which also holds the optical assembly. The other TTY unit is a M14 type-bar tape printer. The page-printer TTY produces typewritten messages, in successive lines, upon a transparent web, from which the message is projected upon a screen, 3' wide by 2' high. The tape-printer TTY typewrites the message upon a continuous strip of paper tape for reference purposes.

used for conferences and carrier briefing room - 1942 contract calls for installation aboard CV-31 through CV-40

Also used aboard Amphibious Assault Command Ships - TT-71 in use aboard USS Estes in WW2

In this video of the dedication of the Navy's Jim Creek transmitter site you can see the TT - 71 screen/base briefly at 0:33 and a message printing on it starting at 0:40

AN/UGR-1 - Model 28 Receive-Only Page Printer Projector Set. Consists of floor cabinet, friction feed typing unit, tape printer, 2 synchronous motors, screen, mirror, lamp, and gears for 45.5, 50 and 74.2 baud operation. 7.42 unit code, 60 Hz, 115VAC. Includes communication symbol arrangement.

TT-262/UG - same as AN/UGR-1 except no tape printer.

TT-268/UG

MK-810/UG

instructions
thanks to Randy Guttery

LOW-LEVEL SIGNALING - Moved to the Teletype/TEMPEST page

Brief Info on Typical 1980's Equipment - also see Teletype Model 40 page

More TTY links

TTY manuals - Navy manuals and Teletype Corp. manuals

  • My main interest is in HF communications in the 1950's and early 1960's but this is a work in progress and I'll add most anything interesting
  • Please send me e-mail with additions, corrections, links, photos, etc. - thanks, Nick K4NYW
  • Some misc. TTY parts photos
  • Main Vintage Navy Radio Page

Be patient and check back often - this project is just getting started!
Last updated 06/11/2021


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