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What is the glass rod for?
A: Delay Line - this is a radar calibration device
|The rod looks like glass - might be quartz but it is awful big for that! The "socket" has a single lead that goes to a spring-loaded metallic contact to the center of the rod's base. The top of the rod is spring loaded too. The base of the rod has a ceramic(?) "button" that measures infinite ohms between the silver coated outside ring (ground) and the center contact.|
|Bottom view of the rod's "socket"
|Frosted outside, clear inside
|Filtered power supply connections
|MS27484T10B35S (13 pin)
MS27467T15B18S (18 pin)
|Looks unused in original crate
||One mounting leg is broken off.
The broken piece is in the box
|ribbon at top, typewheel in center,
Tape guide and print hammer below.
|The array of solenoids....
||each solenoid raises a pin that can stop
the rotating typewheel
|Strange cover for Teletype M19 - Q: what is it for?|
|A: Ken W7EKB says -
"You have one photo of a "strange cover" for an M-19. I had an exact copy of that at one time. It contained a Model 14 or 15 (?) TTY plus a power supply and a tape punch. It was a "console" setup. The cover is spring-loaded to enable it to be lifted easily. Mine came from the FAA station in Missoula, Montana while I lived there."
CV-2310()/G FSK and DFSK demodulator -
|An NSA item (clues - DFSK, shift freqs, no contract number, & ID tag). Please send me e-mail if you have any more info about this unit||Colored cylinders are plug-in filters||Please send me e-mail if you have any info about this unit.|
Gardiner Morse code tape sender - uses Instructograph type tape