MAK

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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION

The Nary Model MAK is a four channel mobile unit designed to provide a compact, two-way radio installation for use in Naval craft, combat vehicles and other applications where space is at a premium. It is crystal controlled and designed for operation in the 2 to 4 megacycle frequency range. It can be operated from a 6 or 12 volt direct-current power source by using the proper associated power assembly. The essential control circuits can be operated from a remote location with the exception of voice-continuous wave and channel selection circuits.


RELATION TO OTHER EQUIPMENT

The Navy Model MAK is similar to Navy Model MO-1, differing mainly in the frequency range coverage.


ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL CHARACTERISTICS

FREQUENCY RANGE
2 to 4 mc
POWER OUTPUT
25 W.
EMISSION
A2, A3
FREQUENCY CONTROL
Crystal oscillator
MODULATION DATA
CAPABILITY: 90%.
FREQUENCY: 600 cps
RECEIVER DATA
TYPE: Superheterodyne.
IF: 455 kc.
OUTPUT IMPEDANCE: 600 ohms
SENSITIVITY: Approx 2 uv for 50 mw output across a 600 ohm load
POWER REQUIREMENTS
6 VDC or 12 VDC


TUBE AND/OR CRYSTAL COMPLEMENT

Tubes 6 Volts
(3) HY69
(1) 6K8
(2) 6SK7WA
(1) 6SQ7
(2) 6V6Y
Tubes 12 Volts
(3) HY1269
(2) 12A6
(1) 12K8
(2) 12SK7
(1) 12SQ7
Crystals
(8) Operating Crystals