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TM   11-5821-333-12 1-9. DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS. Continued The  Radio  Receiver-Transmitters  (RTs)  are  two-way  FM  radios.  They  can  be  loaded  with  eight  single  channel (SC)  and  six  frequency  hopping  (FH)  presets.  The  system  connector  and  auxiliary  connector  link  the  RT  to  the aircraft  system  and  to  other  radio  set  components.  For  retransmit  operation,  two  RTs  are  connected  via  their system  connectors.  An  ECCM  fill  device  is  connected  to  the  FILL  connector  to  load  data  needed  for  FH  opera- tion.  There  are  connectors  for  a  communications  antenna  and  two  homing  antennas.  In  the  HOM  (homing) mode, a homing indicator is driven from the system connector. Using the homing indicator, the pilot can steer to an  FM  transmitter.  The  RT  does  not  require  adjustment,  alignment,  or  calibration.  Self-test  is  provided  for  diag- nostic  use.  There  are  three  types  of  RT  installations: a.  Panel  RT.   The   panel   RTs   have   all   user   controls   on   the   RT   front   panel.   RT-1476   is   used   in   the ARC-201(V)  radio  set,  RT-1476A  used  in  the  ARC-201A(V). b. Remote RT.  The RT-1477 must be used with a Radio Set Control C-11466/ARC-201 (V). The RT-1477A must be used with a Radio Set Control C-11466A/ARC-201A(V). The RT is mounted remotely from the operator on   a   Mounting   Base,   Electrical   Equipment   MT-6373/ARC-201(V)   or   MT-6374/ARC-201(V). c. Bus RT.  These  (RT-1478  or  RT-1478A)  must  be  used  with  the  aircraft  MlL-STD-l553B  bus  controller. The RT is mounted remotely from the operator on a Mounting Base, Electrical Equipment MT-6374/ARC-201(V). Interface between the RT and bus controller is via the address connector and the two data connectors, bus A and bus B. 1-4


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