If fault tone occurs, refer to the radio
troubleshooting procedure in chapter 4.
3 Repeat steps
2 for the other test
Do not store or transport batteries for an
frequencies listed below
extended period in the transit case, or in a
closed environment, after they are activated
3,334.3 kHz LSB
(filled with electrolyte). An explosive mixture of
6,665.6 kHz USB
hydrogen and air may result.
8,889.8 kHz LSB
15,554.5 kHz USB
1. Remove the antenna and shock mount from the
27,78.7 kHz LSB
4. Select a frequent for the time standard
2. Remove the antenna shock mount from the
broadcast multiples of 5.000 N1Hz. eg 5 10, 15, 20, 25
antenna and place in the space provided in the transit
\fs18 Hz). For this test. one frequency may he better
than another depending on the time of day and location
Some may not work at all, so try several if necessary, to
3. Fold the antenna and place in the space
get a good signal.
provided in the transit case.
5. Monitor the time standard broadcast and switch
4. Remove the activated battery packs and
sidebands Verify that the pitch of the audible signals
transport separately from the transit case. Only battery
does not change indicating the frequency accuracy of the
packs that are not activated may be placed in the transit
radio set is within specifications
Turn the radio off Test is complete.
5. Place the receiver/exciter and amplifier/coupler
combination in the transit case.
DISASSEMBLY AND PACKUP.
6. Place all other accessories in the transit case.
7. Replace the transit case cover and fasten the
To transport the radio set, place all equipment
(except activated batteries) back in the transit case (fig
1-1) as follows