RT-671; two man, pack-portable HF USB/CW transceiver. Collins designed and built for use by Special Forces. Ops 2-12mc on any one of 10,000 synthesized frequencies spaced every 1kc. RF output power is 100 watts (high) or 20 watts (low). Requires 110vac(400cps) or 24vdc supplied by vehicle storage battery, or BB-451 silver zinc rechargeable battery. Size (RT-671) 7 x 13.5 x 21.25, 42lbs. Accessories include CY-3700 transit case, CW-647 panel cover, H-33 handset, LS-166 loudspeaker, H-233 headphones, J-45 telegraph key, MX-4430 battery adapter terminal, CX-8393 AC power cable, CX-8394 DC power cable, CX-8395 battery cable, AS-1320 whip antenna & canvas bag, AS-1321 long wire antenna, MT-2786 legs & ground plane & canvas bag, MK-1519 vertical installation kit, CV-2455 TTY converter, 2 ea pack frames, rucksack bag. A small 110vac/400cps gas generator is also known to have been built by Homelite based on a chain saw motor. Original equipment cost $6004.00.
- OPERATOR'S AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANUAL [INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LIST]
- RADIO SET
- July 1974
- DIRECT SUPPORT, GENERAL SUPPORT, AND DEPOT MAINTENANCE MANUAL
- INCLUDING REPAIR PARTS AND SPECIAL TOOLS LISTS
- RADIO SET
- November 1974