AN/CRN-1

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Overview

When dropped into the sea from aircraft, automatically transmits a signal for homing by means of Radio Compass SCR-269. Works 12 hours then sinks.


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  1. Static line
  2. Container for parachute and sister ring release mechanism
  3. Metal band
  4. Load line
  5. Red cord, to be fastened to pull switch
  6. Black cord to fastened to float cord loop
  7. snap fastener, to be attached to handle on outer case


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  1. Antenna
  2. Delayed timer control knob
  3. Inner container
  4. Outer container


Images

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Technical Details

Frequency Range
1.45 - 1.70 mHz
Number of Crystals
None
Preset Frequencies
None
Antenna
Telescoping Whip
Power Source
Batteries
Power Output
Less than one
Type of Signal
CW


Components

  • Radio Transmitter - T-2/CRN-1
  • Battery - BA-201/CRN-1
  • Parachute - MX-91/CRN-1


Tubes

  • 2 - 6V6GT