MIL-T-28885 1984 Edition, August 6, 1984
TRANSMITTER, RADIO, AN/FRT-83
Includes all amendments and changes through Notice 1, April 30, 1995
Additional Comments: INACTIVE FOR NEW DESIGN AFTER 04/30/95
This specification covers the design, construction, and performance of the Radio Transmitter, AN/FRT-83(B), hereinafter referred to as the transmitter. The transmitter is a Navy general-purpose transmitter accepted for use on high-frequency (HF), independent sideband (ISB), and single sideband (SSB) radio communication circuits. The transmitter is a 1000 watt (W) peak-envelope-power (PEP) and average (avg) power, frequency synthesized, forced air-cooled radio transmitter that features complete automatic tuning capability to the frequency selected at the MD-777(A)/FRT, hereinafter referred to as the exciter. The transmitter is capable of remote control when equipped with the AN/FSQ-98(A) remote control system. The transmitter features modular construction that permits removal and replacement of subassemblies by maintenance personnel. The transmitter operating frequency range is from 2.0000 megahertz (MHz) to 29.9999 MHz in 100 hertz (Hz) steps.