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Band width is used to jam enemy signals. Sensitivity of the receiver is 50 microvolts. Arnmy Sup lyfo rirequirements as of 1 Sept. 1944 were 360 for the calender year 1944 and 1037 for 1945. Test equipment used in maintenance of Radio Set AN/ARQ-7 includes Radio Frequency Wattmeter TS-118/AP, Signal Generator 1-72, General Radio Signal Generator type 804-C and Hickok Voltmeter type 110. C. C. 2 MC. SENSITIVITY 50 MICROVOLTS TUBE COMPLEMENT NO. TYPE NO. TYPE and prevents tne righters organizing a concerted attack 2 807 2 6AC7 after locating our bombers.

Two tuning adjustments are necessary. In ordinary use the transmitter frequency will probably be set on the ground and three or four sets staggered to cover the entire band. c. source. The power input of 1500 watts produces an output of 200 watts over the frequency range. The transmitted signal is a random noise modulated signal designed to jam the enemy signal in the frequency range of the transmitter. Production of this equipment started in June 1944 Army Supply Program Requirements as of 30 April 1944 indicates no equipment for the calendar year 1944 and 300 for 1945.

Use of Radio Set AN/ARQ-7 prevents enemy rldin directed fighters from interceotinv our bombers AN/ARQ-7 lation with a 10 kc. band width is used to jam enemy signals. Sensitivity of the receiver is 50 microvolts. Arnmy Sup lyfo rirequirements as of 1 Sept. 1944 were 360 for the calender year 1944 and 1037 for 1945. Test equipment used in maintenance of Radio Set AN/ARQ-7 includes Radio Frequency Wattmeter TS-118/AP, Signal Generator 1-72, General Radio Signal Generator type 804-C and Hickok Voltmeter type 110.

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