TG-34

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Overview

Keyer TG-34-A, is an automatic unit for reproducing audible code practice signals previously recorded in ink on paper tape. The unit is a component of Code Practice Equipment EE-94-C, EE-95-C, and EE-96-C. The unit can be used to provide code practice signals in permanent classrooms, for small groups in the field, or to provide a keying oscillator for use with a hand key. The unit is compact and portable, and reasonably weatherproof. It is self-contained, but requires an external AC power source. Ventilation for the cabinet is provided by a fan which is attached to the lower motor shaft.


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Reference Manuals

Adobe_PDF_icon.png TM 11-443[1]
War Department Technical Manual
KEYER
TG-34-A
25 October 1943


Adobe_PDF_icon.png TM 11-6940-200-20[2]
ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE
KEYERS
TG-34-A
TG-34-B
KY-127/GG
January 1959


Adobe_PDF_icon.png TM 11-6940-200-35[3]
Field and Depot Maintenance
KEYERS
TG-34-A
TG-34-B
KY-127/GG
August 1959


References

  1. TM 11-443,
    "US Army Technical Manual Collection,"
    from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    CECOM Historical Office
  2. TM 11-6940-200-20,
    "US Army Technical Manual Collection,"
    from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    CECOM Historical Office
  3. TM 11-6940-200-35,
    "US Army Technical Manual Collection,"
    from the CECOM Historical Office archive, Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
    CECOM Historical Office