Direct Support, General Support and Depot Maintenance Manual, Including Repair Parts and Special Tool Lists: Radar Set AN/PPS-4A (NSN-5840-00-168-1566).

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Headquarters, Department of the Army, 1971 - Radar
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Page 2-56 - As discussed in 6 and c above, energy is supplied from a rectifier in pulses. The fluctuations can be reduced considerably if some energy can be stored in a capacitor while the rectifier is putting out its pulse and allowed to discharge from the capacitor between pulses.
Page 5-23 - If the base lead is open circuited while the emitter is connected to ground, and the collector is connected to a positive supply, find the emitter and collector currents.
Page 2-12 - The transition points are the peak and valley point. To the left 'of the peak point is the cutoff region of high positive resistance between the emitter and contact B,.
Page 2-30 - The frequency of this signal is the difference between the frequencies of the local oscillator and the magnetron.

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