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TM 9-1425-650-12

TECHNICAL MANUAL

OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE

MANUAL:

OVERALL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

GUIDED MISSILE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM AN/TSQ-73

This copy is, a reprint which includes current


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HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OFTHE ARMY

26 SEPTEMBER 1978
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No. 12 Washington, D.C., 13 June 1995

Operator and Organizational Maintenance Manual:


Overall System Description

GUIDED MISSILE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM AN/TSQ-73

TM 9-1425-650-12, 26 September 1978, is changed as follows:

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WARNING

DANGEROUS VOLTAGE

is used in the operation of this equipment

DEATH ON CONTACT

may result if personnel fail to observe safety precautions

Never work on electronic equipment unless there is another person nearby who is familiar with the operation and hazards
of the equipment and who is competent in administering first aid. When the technician is aided by operators, he must
warn them about dangerous areas.

Whenever possible, the power supply to the equipment must be shut off before beginning work on the equipment. Take
particular care to ground every capacitor likely to hold a dangerous potential. When working inside the equipment, after
the power has been turned off, always ground every part before touching it.

Be careful not to contact high-voltage connections when installing or operating this equipment.

Whenever the nature of the operation permits, keep one hand away from the equipment to reduce the hazard of current
flowing through vital organs of the body.

WARNING

Do not be misled by the term "low voltage." Potentials as low as 50 volts


may cause death under adverse conditions.

For Artificial Respiration, refer to FM 21-1 1.

EXTREMELY DANGEROUS POTENTIALS

greater than 500 volts exist in the following units:

Display console high voltage power supply

Display console CRT

WARNING

For emergencies requiring immediate shutdown of system power, press


SYSTEM POWER OFF switch located on power cabinet power transfer
unit. Observe that SYSTEM POWER ON indicator light goes off.

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CAUTION

CMOS memories contain electrostatic sensitive devices requiring special handling to avoid electrostatic discharge
damage. When removing and replacing memory cards, observe the following precautions:

a. Immediately prior to handling within the shelter, make physical contact with a grounded surface to discharge any
possible
buildup of static electricity.

b. Package the memory storage cards in electrostatic bags prior to removing from the shelter.

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TECHNICAL MANUAL HEADQUARTERS


DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
NO. 9-1425-650-12 Washington, D.C., 26 September 1978

OPERATOR AND ORGANIZATIONAL MAINTENANCE MANUAL:


OVERALL SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

GUIDED MISSILE AIR DEFENSE SYSTEM AN/TSQ-73

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter Page

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ................................................................................................................ iii


LIST OF TABLES .............................................................................................................................. iv

1 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................... 1-1

Section I. GENERAL .............................................................................................................. 1-1

1-1. Scope ......................................................................................................................... 1-1


1-2. Maintenance Forms and Procedures ............................................................................ 1-1
1-3. Reporting Equipment Publications Improvements ........................................................ 1-2
1-4. Destruction of Army Materiel to Prevent Enemy Use .................................................... 1-2
1-5. Abbreviations .............................................................................................................. 1-2
1-6. Official Nomenclature .................................................................................................. 1-2

Section II. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ...................................................................................... 1-3

1-7. System Elements and Expansion Capability ................................................................. 1-3


1-8. Display Subsystem ...................................................................................................... 1-3
1-9. Radar Interface Equipment (RIE) ................................................................................. 1-9
1-10. Automatic Data Processor (ADP) .................................................................................. 1-9
1-11. Communications Subsystem ........................................................................................ 1-10
1-12. AN/TSQ-73 Software ................................................................................................... 1-11
1-13. Maintainability ............................................................................................................. 1-11

Section III. PURPOSE AND USE .............................................................................................. 1-12

1-14. General ........................................................................................................................ 1-12


1-15. System Functions ......................................................................................................... 1-13
1-16. Brigade System ........................................................................................................... 1-17
1-17. Battalion System ......................................................................................................... 1-17
1-18. Operational Features ................................................................................................... 1-20

Section IV. SAFETY AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT ................................................................ 1-31

1-19. General ....................................................................................................................... 1-31


1-20. Safety Equipment ........................................................................................................ 1-31
1-21. Support Equipment Description .................................................................................... 1-31
1-22. Emergency Power Shutdown ........................................................................................ 1-34

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TABLE OF CONTENTS-Continued

Chapter Page

2 PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS 2-1

Section I. .. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS...................................................................... 2-1

2-1. Scope . ......................................................................................................................... 2-1


2-2. Internal Shelter Description ........................................................................................... 2-1
2-3. External Shelter Description.......................................................................................... 2-5

Section II. . FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS ............................................................. 2-7

2-4. General ........................................................................................................................ 2-7


2-5. Display Equipment ....................................................................................................... 2-7
2-6. Radar Interface Equipment ........................................................................................ 2-7
2-7. Automatic Data Processor Equipment ........................................................................ 2-7
2-8. Communications Equipment ......................................................................................... 2-7
2-9. Power Cabinet Equipment............................................................................................. 2-8
2-10. Module Test Sets (MTS) .............................................................................................. 2-8

Section III. PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL DATA .................................................................... 2-11

2-11. General ........................................................................................................................ 2-11

3 MAINTENANCE CONCEPT ......................................................................................... 3-1

3-1. General......................................................................................................................... 3-1


3-2. On-Site Maintenance ................................................................................................... 3-1
3-3. Maintenance and Diagnostic Programs ........................................................................ 3-1
3-4. System Fault Correction ............................................................................................... 3-2
3-5. Support Equipment Maintenance ................................................................................. 3-2

4 AN/TSQ-73 SYSTEM TECHNICAL MANUALS ............................................................ 4-1

4-1. General......................................................................................................................... 4-1


4-2. TM 9-1425-650-12; Operator's and Organizational Maintenance Manual:
Overall System Description .......................................................................................... 4-1
4-3. TM 9-1430-651-12; Operator's and Organizational Maintenance Manual:
Emplacement and Preparation for Travel ..................................................................... 4-1
4-4. TM 9-1430-652-10-1 through -7; Operator's Manual .................................................... 4-1
4-5. TM 9-1430-655-20-1; Organizational Maintenance Manual:
Overall System Maintenance ....................................................................................... 4-1
4-6. TM 9-1430-655-20-2; Organizational Maintenance Manual:
Fault Catalog ............................................................................................................... 4-1
4-7. TM 9-1430-655-20-3; Organizational Maintenance Manual:
Radar Interface Equipment Maintenance ...................................................................... 4-1
4-8. TM 9-1430-655-20-4; Organizational Maintenance Manual:
Display Equipment Maintenance .................................................................................. 4-1
4-9. TM 9-1430-655-20-5; Organizational Maintenance Manual:
Magnetic Tape Unit Maintenance ................................................................................. 4-1
4-10. TM 9-1430-655-20-6; Organizational Maintenance Manual
Automatic Data Processor Equipment Maintenance ..................................................... 4-2

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Chapter Page

4-11. TM 9-1430-655-20-7; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Communica-


tions Equipment Maintenance ...................................................................................... 4-2
4-12. TM 9-1430-655-20-8; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Power Cabinet
Equipment Maintenance ............................................................................................... 4-2
4-13. TM 9-1430-655-20-9; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Electronic Cir-
cuit Plug-In Unit Test Set TS-3317 ............................................................................... 4-2
4-14. TM 9-1430-656-14-1; Organizational and DS Maintenance Manual: Elec-
tronic Data Printer, Kleinschmidt Model 7302 ............................................................... 4-2
4-15. TM 9-1430-656-14-2; Organizational and DS Maintenance Manual:
Brushless, Synchronous Motor Generator Set, Teledyne-Inet Models
T021036ABFHKQVZ-3 and T043036AFHKQVYZ-3 ..................................................... 4-2
4-16. TM 43-0002-21; Organizational Maintenance Manual Destruction of Equip-
ment . . ......................................................................................................................... 4-2

Appendix

A REFERENCES ......................................................................................................................... A-1


B COMPONENTS OF END ITEM (COEI) AND BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (BII) LISTS ....................... B-1
C ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION LIST ...................................................................................... C-1
D EXPENDABLE AND DURABLE ITEMS LIST............................................................................. D-1
E INSTRUCTION PLACARDS ..................................................................................................... E-1
F LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ...................................................................................................... F-1

INDEX .................................................................................................................................................. Index 1

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

Figure Title Page

1-1. Guided Missile Air Defense System AN/TSQ-73 ........................................................... 1-1


1-2. System Elements ......................................................................................................... 1-5
1-3. Display Equipment ....................................................................................................... 1-7
1-4. Typical Tactical Mode -Display ..................................................................................... 1-8
1-5. Relationship of Data Displays to Other AN/TSQ-73 Equipment .................................... 1-12
1-6. System Shelter and Accessory Equipment Outline Drawing ......................................... 1-15
1-7. Brigade System Functions ........................................................................................... 1-17
1-8. Brigade System External Interfaces .......................... ................................................... 1-18
1-9. Battalion System Functions........................................................................................... 1-19
1-10. Battalion System External Interfaces (Brigade Deployed) ........................................... 1-19
1-11. Battalion System External Interfaces (Brigade Not Deployed) ...................................... 1-19
1-12. Display Equipment Functional Layout ........................................................................... 1-21
1-13. CRT Display Radar Data and Symbology ..................................................................... 1-22
1-14. Data Display Group Characters .................................................................................... 1-23
1-15. Typical Tracking Mode Display ..................................................................................... 1-24
1-16. Typical Test Pattern Display ......................................................................................... 1-25
1-17. Typical Map Generation Display ................................................................................... 1-26
1-18. Typical Air Defense Area AN/TSQ-73 Communications Deployment ............................ 1-29
1-19. Support Equipment ...................................................................................................... 1-32
2-1. System Shelter (Interior) .............................................................................................. 2-2
2-2. System Shelter (Exterior). ............................................................................................ 2-6
2-3. AN/TSQ-73 System Interface Diagram ......................................................................... 2-9
B-1. Components of End Item (COEI), Shelter .................................................................... B-3
B-2. Components of End Item (COEI), Collective Protection Equipment .............................. B-4
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Figure Title Page

B-3. Components of End Item (COEI), Transport Mode Number 1 and 2 .............................. B-6
B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set ................................................. B-7
E-1. Instruction Placards....................................................................................................... E-2
E-2. Nomenclature Placards ................................................................................................. E-9

LIST OF TABLES

Figure Title Page

1-1. AN/TSQ-73 Official Nomenclature ............................................................................... 1-2


1-2. Comparison of Brigade and Battalion System Parameters ........................................... 1-13
1-3. AN/TSQ-73 System Compatible Radar and IFF/SIF Equipment .................................. 1-20
2-1. Physical Characteristics ................................................................................................ 2-11
2-2. Electrical Characteristics ............................................................................................... 2-11
2-3. Environmental Limitations............................................................................................. 2-18

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CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION

Section I. GENERAL

1-1. Scope. This manual provides operator and organizational maintenance information for the AN/TSQ-73 Guided
Missile Air Defense System (fig. 1-1). A summary of system capabilities, use, and maintainability is provided for
personnel responsible for operating and maintaining the AN/TSQ-73 system. Chapter 1 provides an overall system
description. Chapter 2 provides physical and electrical characteristics (descriptions and tables). Chapter 3 describes the
maintenance concept for the AN/TSQ-73. Operation, emplacement, and maintenance instructions are contained in the
operator and organizational maintenance manuals listed and briefly described in chapter 4. Appendix A provides a list of
references. Appendix B is the components of end item (COEI) list and basic issue items (BII) list. Appendix C is the
additional authorization list (AAL) of items. Appendix D is the expendable and durable items list. Appendix E illustrates
the instruction placards placed throughout the system. Appendix F is a listing of abbreviations/acronyms.

1-2. Maintenance Forms and Procedures. Department of the Army forms and procedures used for equipment
maintenance will be those prescribed by DA Pam 738-750 (The Army Maintenance Management System (TAMMS)
(Maintenance Management UPDATE).

Figure 1-1. Guided Missile Air Defense System AN/TSQ-73

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1-3. Reporting Equipment Publications Improvements. Reporting of errors, omissions, and recommendations by
the individual user for improving this publication is encouraged. Reports should be submitted on DA Form 2028,
Recommended Changes to Publications, and forwarded direct to: Commander, U.S. Army Missile Command, ATTN:
AMSMI-MMC-LS-LP, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama 35898-5238. You may also send in your comments electronically to
our e-mail address: ls-lp@redstone-emh2.army.mil or by fax 205-842-6546/DSN 788-6546.

1-4. Destruction of Army Materiel to Prevent Enemy Use. If capture of this equipment appears imminent, or if the
equipment must be abandoned, it should be destroyed to prevent enemy use. Destruction procedures should be carried
out only on orders from cognizant authority. Refer to TM 43-0002-21 for procedures required for destruction of
equipment and related system materiel. Priority items requiring destruction are recorded tape cartridges and classified
manuals.

1-5. Abbreviations. Refer to appendix F for a list of abbreviations used in this manual.

1-6. Official Nomenclature. AN/TSQ-73 system nomenclature associated with the equipment described is listed in
table 1-1. For further identification, a cross-reference is provided for the manufacturer's part number and for the common
name used in this manual.

Table 1-1. ANITSQ-73 Official Nomenclature

Official nomenclature Part no. Common name

Air Defense System, Guided 13143900-2 AN/TSQ-73 system (battalion


Missile AN/TSQ-73(V) configuration)

13143900-3 AN/TSQ-73 system (brigade


configuration)

Shelter, Electrical Equipment 13143902-2 System shelter (battalion


S-529/TSQ-73(V) configuration)

13143902-3 System shelter (brigade


configuration)

Console, Assault Fire Command, Guid- 10284960-7 Display console


ed Missile OJ-299/TSQ-73(V)

Data Display Group OD-96/TSQ-73(V) 10281361-2 Data Display Group (DDG)

Recorder-Reproducer, Guided Missile 10285127 Magnetic Tape Unit (MTU)


System, RD-449/TSQ-73(V)

Test Set, Electronic Circuit Plug-In 10281395 Module Test Set (MTS)
Unit TS-3317/TSQ-73(V)

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Section II. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
1-7. System Elements and Expansion Capability (fig. 1-2).
a. System Elements. The AN/TSQ-73 system is organized into four functional subsystems of equipment: display;
radar interface; automatic data processing; and communications. The widespread use of microelectronic digital circuitry
to replace discrete component digital elements and a number of analog elements has resulted in size, weight, and power
reductions that enable the entire system to be housed in a single mobile shelter. Because of the modular nature of the
system equipment, the baseline AN/TSQ-73 can be easily expanded for increased air defense missions or for modified
roles and missions.
b. Expansion Capability. The AN/TSQ-73 system has increased capacity for computing, display, and
communications. The system is programmable and compatible with a wide range of radars and with other command and
control systems, and can be deployed anywhere in the world. The baseline AN/TSQ-73 can be expanded to a variety of
special primary or backup missions without design modification. The growth capacity is as follows:
(1) Situation display (situation information display and auxiliary readout console) expansion to 8 consoles.
(2) Memory expansion and growth to 262,144 words.
(3) Plug-in additional digital data link terminals.
(4) Track expansion, through software.
In addition, the system is designed for easy conversion to accommodate future technology advances. Subsystem
designs are partitioned to allow replacement of functional groups of circuit cards with even more advanced
microelectronic circuit devices for increased system capability. Because of its present technical innovations, high
reliability, built-in test features, maintainability, logistics, and growth capacity, the system provides improved capability in
fixed installations and mobility to operate in the field.
1-8. Display Subsystem (fig. 1-3).
a. Display Consoles. The display console provides the primary interface between the operator and the AN/TSQ-73
system. Two situation display consoles with both Plan Position Indicator (PPI) and Auxiliary Read-Out (ARO) displayed
on a single crt provide the operator with the essential data to make fast, accurate decisions based on up-to-the-second
displayed information. Console controls allow him to communicate directly with the system for callup or insertion of
additional data, for limiting the amount of displayed data, or for modifying existing data. The display console is the key
element in performing the following system functions:
(1) Display of the tactical situation data consisting of radar returns and associated computer generated synthetic
symbols, maps, lines, and alphanumeric characters.
(2) Operator participation with the computer in tactical data processing operations.
(3) Computer driven, tabular, alphanumeric status panel.
(4) Auxiliary readout for additional track data.
As self-contained units, the display consoles operate independently of each other and of the Data Display Groups
(DDGs). While only two consoles are presently used, the display group has a built-in growth capability for expansion to
as many as eight consoles for increased mission tasks without design modifications. Consoles also can be located
remotely up to 330 feet from the shelter. Although reliable components are used throughout, the display group design
provides a rapid means to detect, isolate, and repair faults through use of both built-in on-line fault detection and off-line
fault isolation. Ease of repair is facilitated by accessibility of components and testpoints. The AN/TSQ-73 display
console incorporates design innovations which enhance combat effectiveness of the system. The general-purpose
display console provides the following display data:
(1) Track positions.
(2) Weapon positions.
(3) Maps.
(4) Jam strobes.
(5) Velocity vectors.
(6) Safe corridors.
(7) Pairing lines.
(8) PATRIOT engagement boundaries.
(9) Defended areas and points.
(10) Range and angle marks.
(11) Fixed point sites.
(12) Data link transmission zones.
(13) Weapons Control Zone (WCZ).
(14) Missile Engagement Zone (MEZ).
(15) Forward Support Coordination Line (FSCL).
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b. Arrangement of Display Console. The arrangement of the display console controls and crt optimizes operator
effectiveness. The convenience of the console controls is made possible by use of a built-in alterable data processor,
which is programmed to meet the specific user operational requirements.

(1) Through the technique of time division multiplexing video and alphanumerics, the console displays data on a
rectangular single-gun crt. The display surface includes a ppi area 141M2 inches in diameter, occupying the major
portion of the display surface, and a rectangular area 8 inches wide by 2 inches high at the lower edge of the display
surface.

The PPI display is presented on the circular area and the ARO display is generated in the lower rectangular area.

(2) Operator entry is made by switch actions, a full 36-character alphanumeric keyboard, and a force stick for
entering position coordinates. Standard display content and quality controls are provided.

(3) Track symbols displayed include position and identification, track number, raid size, height, velocity,
extended vectors, and source code. Two area maps, operator selectable from a list of 10 maps, may be displayed
simultaneously. For friendly aircraft protect-

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Figure 1-2. System Elements

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tion, up to 9 air-defense safe corridors (from a list of 18 entered) may be displayed. Up to 20 WCZs may be displayed
along with two MEZs and one (from two entered) FSCL. Also, one data link transmission zone can be displayed. See
figure 1-4.

(4) Defense weapons position and status are also presented for total operational control. The defense weapons
information includes site position, engagement positions, site number, status, raid size, commands, and pairing lines, and
PATRIOT engagement boundaries.

(5) The ARO appears below the map area on the PPI and displays computer-generated alphanumeric data that
provides more detailed track and fire unit (FU) information than can be presented on the PPI. The ARO also permits the
console operator to edit the displayed data.

(6) Voice communication controls, input, and output are conveniently mounted on the console.

(7) Emphasis is placed on safety, reliability, producibility, and compatibility with other AN/TSQ-73 electronic
module building blocks.

c. Data Display Group (DDG). The DDG shown in figure 1-3 is used in the AN/TSQ-73 display subsystem to
provide an orderly, readable, automatically updated array of fire unit and system operational

Figure 1-3. Display Equipment

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Figure 1-4. Typical Tactical Mode Display

status data which is visible to all personnel within the shelter. The status information displayed on the DDG panel is:
(1) Fire unit number.
(2) Fire unit status.
(3) Alert condition.
(4) Fire unit track assignment for non-PATRIOT FU, except Low Altitude Simultaneous Hawk Engagement
(LASHE).
(5) Missile count, except LASHE.
(6) Communications link status.
(7) Time of day.
(8) System status.
(9) Count of missile fired for PATRIOT FU.
(10) Count of track assigned for PATRIOT FU.
(11) Hawk in LASHE mode.
The data is automatically updated by the automatic data processor as new data is received. The DDG is made up of two side-by-side
arrays of Light-Emitting-Diode (LED) electronic readouts. The diode readouts present a 5 x 7 dot matrix.

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1-9. Radar Interface Equipment (RIE).
a. General. The Radar Interface Equipment (RIE) shown in figure 1-2 provides the system interface with a wide variety of radar
types to obtain radar target and sweep position data. It also distributes the various normalized radar data and video target (and
internally digitized data) throughout the AN/TSQ-73 system. Any one of the following video inputs may be selected by the operator:
(1) normal, (2) Moving Target Indicator (MTI), and (3) four types of ECCM-fix video. Equipped with an Identification Friend or Foe
(IFF) beacon decoder, the RIE will provide IFF position and code data. Features of the RIE include:
(1) Input compatibility with a number of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional radar types.
(2) Dual channel video processing.
(3) Multilevel quantizing in each video channel.
(4) Automatic clutter mapping.
(5) Target processing.
(6) Fault detection and isolation.
(7) Response to simulated synthetic targets.
b. Functions. The AN/TSQ-73 RIE has five distinct but complementing functions. The functions are designed for universal
use from standard basic building block hardware:
(1) The shelter demarkation panel and local Radar Junction Box (RJB) are combined to provide a simple, versatile
connection point between the radar sets and the AN/TSQ-73. This combination permits quick cable deployment and connections.
(2) The Video Distribution Unit (VDU) provides the capability of switching between six video signals at a constant level
(normalized) to all displays and the video processors.
(3) The radar integration unit contains a microminiaturized, solid-state servo which digitizes radar position data.
(4) A dual-channel video processor automatically detects targets in areas of high clutter and provides target positional
information to the Automatic Data Processor (ADP).
(5) The IFF Interrogation Unit provides capability for Mark XII IFF/SIF (Selective Identification Feature) to improve track
correlation, identify aircraft rapidly, recognize aircraft emergencies, obtain aircraft height, and track aircraft which may be
undetectable by the primary radar.
(6) A target processor correlates the target starts and stops to determine azimuth and range reports, update continuing
target reports, declare valid targets, and perform the beam-splitting function. The processor also functions as the video processor
interface with the AN/TSQ-73 automatic data processor.
1-10. Automatic Data Processor (ADP).
a. General. Data processing for the AN/TSQ-73 system is performed as a real-time function which allows evaluation of
incoming radar target data to determine threat conditions and assignment of an appropriate surface-to-air-missile FU to the hostile
threat. The data processor continually and automatically updates the status and location of air defense forces, and through the digital
communications terminal equipment, informs adjacent defense units of status changes in local conditions and activities.
b. Automatic Data Processor Subassemblies. (See figure 1-2.) The AN/TSQ-73 Automatic Data Processor consists of:
(1) Two Central Processor Units (CPUs); four 32,768-word 33 bit memory modules; an Input/Output Unit (IOU) with two,
eight-channel Input/Output Exchanges (IOX); an Input/Output Multiplexer (IOM); and a Display Output Unit (DOU).
(2) Two magnetic tape units, one for program entry and one for recording.
(3) A Keyboard Printer Unit (KPU) for data entry to the computer and hard copy printout.
c. Hardware and Software Integration. Desirable features for the automatic data processing group are optimized by balancing
hardware and software functions. In the ADP, balance is achieved by a hardware design which responds to more than a hundred
different software instructions. Multipurpose registers with register-to-register transfer provide the programmer extensive flexibility in
program overlapping, interrupt response priority allocation, and parallel compare, without standard memory access. Word
fractionalization (i.e., bit, byte, and half word) is another programming aid to permit single memory access for a desired word portion.
Level changing hardware provides the system with a multiprogramming capability, with the hardware interpreting priority levels before
program switching is accomplished. The ADP provides computing and automated control capability for advanced real-time
command and control system functions. The ability to perform these functions depends on high computer throughput achieved by:
(1) The unique architecture of the computer which has 33-bit memory words, 32 bit multiple register words, 32 bit
instruction words, and variable data word lengths to save computer time when fixed data formats are required.
(2) The repertoire of basic instructions and variations which reduce the memory access required in program executions.
Some examples of these instructions are: bit set, reset and test, byte manipulation, formatting, gated compare, and call supervisor
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(3) The multiprogramming features of hardware and software interrupts, 64 priority program levels selected by hardware,
and the software controlled mask that save memory and execution times.
(4) The input/output features that make the input/output function independent of program execution.
(5) The 4-port memory that assigns one port to the display string for direct refresh without program execution.
d. ADP Peripheral Equipment. The peripheral equipment provided with the automatic data processor consists of two magnetic
tape units and one keyboard printer unit described below.
(1) Magnetic tape units. One magnetic tape unit is assigned to enterAN/TSQ-73 programs, although both may be used for
recording. The features of the magnetic tape units include: use of a single removable unit (cassette type) that plugs into the front of
the electronics package; changeable tape cartridges; and a simple drive that eliminates clutches and complex drive assemblies.
(2) Keyboard printer unit. The keyboard printer is the Kleinschmidt Model 7302. This unit is available for system
initialization, testing, and hard-copy recording of memory data.
1-11. Communications Subsystem.
a. General. The communications group provides the capability for automatically processed digital data communications by
means of an automatic data link, and an advanced voice communications to provide positive control and coordination of area/point
defense missile fire units.
b. Additional Features. In addition to performing its primary mission of missile fire unit control and coordination, the AN/TSQ-
73 system provides the following digital data exchange capabilities:
(1) Exchanges information with other AN/TSQ-73 systems for operational coordination between systems.
(2) Exchanges information with other service and Allied command and control systems.
(3) Performs message exchanges with assigned Missile Battery Fire Units for assignment and for status re porting.
(4) Exchanges information with other automated systems (such as Air Traffic Management and Operation Centers).
c. Modem Capabilities. Each universal full-duplex modem is adjustable by switch action to select: one of two modulation
modes (frequency shift keying and differential frequency shift keying); one of four data formats; and one of four digital data rates.
The selected data formatting and addressing structure is under the control of the operational software programs stored in the
automatic data processor.
d. Data Terminal Set Capabilities. The AN/TSQ-73 data terminal set provides growth for the addition of identical full duplex
modems as required. Channel status combines hardware and automatic data processor software to determine open/noisy lines,
unknown line conditions, missed messages, and parity failures.
e. Automatic Data Link. Because of the automatic data link complexity, physical size, and power requirements, application of
digital techniques implemented with medium-scale integration logic devices (as opposed to the conventional analog modem
approach) is used. Medium-scale integration constitutes approximately 80 percent of the logic; the remaining 20 percent consists of
a mixture of integrated circuits and discrete components. The modems have been partitioned to permit the replacement of the
medium-scale integration devices with large-scale integration logic devices as they become available.
f. Communications Patch Panel. The AN/TSQ-73 shelter is equipped with four voice communication stations, one at each
display console and two others for maintenance, supervision, training, and command activities. The system has growth capacity to
10 voice communication stations by the addition of one at each display console added to the system. The communications patch
panel provides data-circuit/voice-circuit monitoring and patching capabilities for maintenance and test functions. The patch panel
accommodates 140 four-wire circuits and includes capability to "patch around" circuits in the event of failure. The voice
communications element interfaces with all major units of the air defense system. Operator personnel have access to voice
communications circuits for command activities, backup of automatic data links, and for administrative and maintenance functions.
Each emplaced AN/TSQ-73 has 60 netted voice subscribers with capabilities of accommodating 96, as well as 4 subset terminal
instruments, which can be expanded to 10. The netting system is designed to permit emergency break-in on a busy net. As a result,
operators answer only those calls on their assigned net. However, a subscriber may be transferred to one of two private channels
when required. The coupling of the call director to the outside activities is achieved by means of the patch/monitor facility and the line
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g. Mobile Subscriber Equipment/Air Defense Interface (MSE/ADI). (AN/TSQ-73 equipped with MSE/ADI). The MSE/ADI, comprised
of a Secure Line Termination Unit (SLTU), an Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) and an Operator Interface (OI), provides interface
between the analog voice system and Frequency-Shift Keyed (FSK) modems in the AN/TSQ-73 shelter and the all-digital
communications in the MSE network. The OI provides the AN/TSQ-73 shelter operator with a keypad and display to control the
voice/data circuits at the ADC located outside the shelter. The OI is used for channel selection, BIT (both OI and ADC), and
establishing both voice and data calls through the MSE network. The OI also provides visual feedback for channel selection, channel
configuration (voice or data), traffic status, BIT, error messages and last number dialed. The operator, using nine channels which
can be configured to any mix of voice or data, is provided with certain digital se cure communications for engagement and additional
capabilities are provided at the Tactical Operations Center (TOC) for force operations. The nine voice/data circuits are used in a dial
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1-12. AN/TSQ-73 Software.


a. General. Software is provided for the AN/TSQ-73 in the form of magnetic tapes loaded into the two magnetic tape units.
The kinds of program packages provided within each category of software for the AN/TSQ-73 include:
(1) Operational.
(2) Simulation.
(3) Diagnostics (fault detection and isolation).
(4) Support.
b. Operational Program The AN/TSQ-73 System Applications (operational) program includes all the functions necessary for
controlling and coordinating a number of surface-to-air FUs. These functions include:
(1) Tracking function.
(2) Threat Evaluation and Weapon Assignment (TEWA) function/Threat Evaluation and Battalion Assignment (TEBA)
function.
(3) Executive function.
(4) Display Processing function.
(5) Automatic Data Link function.
(6) Miscellaneous function (auxiliary).
These functions also include operator communication with the computer through the control consoles, and automatic recording of
important operational data for later review. On-line confidence testing is also part of this program. Application (operational)
programs are tailored for each user and mission to achieve compatibility with local operating procedures and criteria.
c. Simulation Programs. Simulation programs drive the built-in target simulation hardware to produce a realistic raid
environment. Use of this equipment allows operator training and equipment exercising on-site. The raids generated are complete
with electronic countermeasure effects. The simulator features include:
(1) Programmed targets.
(2) Electronic countermeasure jamming (AM noise).
(3) FM noise, random or sync pulse, spot or barrage.
(4) Chaff.
d. Fault Detection and Isolation Programs. Fault Detection and Isolation programs provide a capability to detect and isolate
faults to a single card when used in conjunction with the Module Test Set.
e. Support Software Programs. The final category is support software which consists of two types: field utilities, and assembly
functions for support center usage.
1-13. Maintainability.
a. General. TheAN/TSQ-73maintainabilityapproach involves the use of Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) and automatic fault
detection. By the use of effective diagnostic programs and the integral hand-held module test set, the maintenance technician can
perform 90 percent of the fault location, detection, and replacement process. The maintenance sequence is briefly described in the
following paragraphs. The remaining fault isolation procedures are described in the technical manuals provided for each item of
equipment.
b. Built-In Test Equipment (BITE). The BITE uses equipment designs that provide the AN1SQ-73 system with a maintenance
concept that allows rapid fault correction to the component level. The entire maintainability approach is to sharply decrease system
down-time and greatly decrease support requirements. Common building-block digital cards are used to replace functional cards in
the system.
c. Fault Isolation. If a fault occurs in the ANITSQ-73 system, the operator is alerted by visual and audible alarms. The visual
alarm identifies the specific system that has failed. The operator then calls the maintenance technician and initiates the programmed
system and Fault Isolation (FI) programs. Readouts on the Automatic Data Processor front panel indicate the fault by location code.
By referring to the fault location tables, the maintenance technician translates this area indication to a specific group of digital circuit
cards or to a single card for analog circuit types. He next goes to that piece of equipment and tests each of these few cards with the
MTS. With the MTS, the faulty card can be located within the isolated group normally without removing any cards or using extenders.
Because of the AN/lSQ-73's high degree of card commonality, spare cards are immediately available in the shelter's spares storage
cabinet. The operator replaces the faulty card and recycles the system to verify normal operation. This normally results in short
downtime, along with the high system reliability.

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Section III. PURPOSE AND USE

1-14. General. Guided Missile Air Defense System AN/TSQ-73 is a lightweight, mobile, automatic data processing command and
coordination system for Hawk and PATRIOT Army air defense units. The AN/TSQ-73 is capable of operation at either brigade or
battalion levels. The AN/TSQ-73 (fig. 1-5) integrates radar and Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) data from local and remote radars
for console display. Through programming of the automatic data processor equipment, alphanumerics, track and site symbols, map
symbols, coordinates, and lines are generated. This data is integrated with radar and IFF data to provide the operator with a Plan
Position Indicator (PPI) display of aircraft and missile targets identified by track symbols and alphanumerics, and site and map
symbols identified by .alphanumerics. Through a data communication net, Fire Unit (FU) profile data and amplifying target data is
automatically processed and displayed in tabular format on the display console. Two Data Display Groups (DDGs) are used in a
brigade configuration and one in a battalion configuration. Both display consoles and the DDGs are connected in parallel with the

Figure 1-5. Relationship of Data Displays to other AN/TSQ-73 Equipment

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automatic data processing equipment to allow independent operator selection of the type of display data or data mix required for the
particular tactical situation. Types of radar and IFF video are also independently selectable. Target data, FU profile data, and
defended point characteristics are processed and analyzed automatically for primary and secondary FU selection and types of
weapon assignment. The FU selection and weapon assignment are accomplished automatically by computer-generated commands
or semiautomatically by operator acceptance of computer recommendations. The FU selection and weapon assignment also may be
accomplished manually by analyzing display console and DDG data.

1-15. System Functions.

a. General. The AN/TSQ-73 system provides control, coordination, and management of U.S. Army air defense activities at
two levels: brigade and battalion. The brigade system, as overall activity director, coordinates the actions of subordinate battalion
systems and PATRIOT Information Control Central (ICC), and provides the AN/TSQ-73 interface with other services and U.S. Army
systems. Specifically, the brigade system performs track management, identification, threat evaluation and battalion assignment,
weapon monitoring and control by exception and data interchange functions. The battalion system provides the control and
coordination of the individual non-Patriot FU including target acquisition, tracking, identification, threat evaluation and weapon
assignment, weapon control and monitoring, and data interchange with FUs and the brigade system. The battalion system can
interface with other services and control and coordinate the activities of PATRIOT ICC, using the master battalion command.

b. Brigade and Battalion System Parameters. Table 1-2 lists the system parameters available for brigade and battalion
installations. This information is presented to summarize the differences between the two configurations. An outline drawing of the
system shelter and accessory equipment is provided in figure 1-6.

Table 1-2. Comparison of Brigade and Battalion System Parameters

Parameter Brigade function Battalion function

Transportation (see Fig. 1-6)


Vehicle height
support 100.0 in. 100.0 in
shelter 140.5 in. 140.5 in.

Vehicle weight
support 33,470 lb 33,470 lb
shelter 32,400 lb 32,400 lb

Target acquisition Repeat from battalions only Radar Control 2D & 3D inputs IFF
selective MTI and clutter map.

Simulation for test only Simulation for mission exercise.

Tracking Repeat from battalions and RAMIT Target information displayed by


modes for ECM auto-tracking feature-manually,
automatically, or RAMIT.

Identification Dependent on automatic data exchange IFF capability-manually and


with other systems automatically evaluated data exchange.

TEBA/TEWA Automatic battalion assignment based Automatic fire unit assignment based
on threat evaluation on threat evaluation.

Weapon Monitoring Monitors overall battle status and Monitors assigned section tracks and
exercises manual or automatic engage FU status and exercises manual or
and terminate control automatic engagement subject to group
override.

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Table 1-2. Comparison of Brigade and Battalion System Parameters


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Parameter Brigade function Battalion function

Data Exchange Voice and digital data exchanged Voice and digital data exchanged
between other brigades, Army systems, between battalions, a brigade
service, and subordinate battalions installation if deployed, and
subordinate fire units. If brigade not
deployed, between Army systems
service and other battalions.

Voice Communications Four VCSs expandable to 10 stations, Four VCSs expandable to 10 stations, 32
32 subscribers expandable to 96 subscribers expandable to 96 (4-wire)
(4-wire) intercom (2-wire) 12 modems intercom (2-wire) 20 modems
expandable to 32 modems expandable to 32 modems.

Display Capability
Video Two video displays (expansion to 8 Two video displays (expansion to 8
consoles with 2 display groups) consoles with two display groups).

Data Two data displays One data display (expansion to 2


displays).

Location Up to 374 feet from shelters Up to 374 feet from shelters.

Computer Memory 131,072 33-bit words, expandable to 131,072 33-bit words, expandable to
262,144 words 262,144 words

Radar Not dedicated Dedicated (see Table 1-3).

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Figure 1-6. System Shelter and Accessory Equipment Outline Drawing

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1-16. Brigade System. Only general brigade system functions are discussed in this section (fig. 1-7 and 1-8). A more detailed
discussion of brigade system functions and capabilities summarized in this section can be found in TM 9-1430-652-10-1 thru 7.

a. Track Management. The track management function uses the output of the automatic data link function to establish and
maintain all remote tracks, and to display target information on the system displays. All tracking at brigade level is automatic
tracking on remote and locally generated electronic countermeasure targets that may be tracked only in the Rate Aided Manually
Initiated Track (RAMIT) mode.

b. Identification. At brigade level, air track identification is dependent on other systems, since there is no local radar at this
echelon. Identification is accomplished through automatic data exchange with other systems. Automatic safe corridor monitoring of
locally
engaged hostiles, automatic SIF code validation, and manual Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) penetration monitoring can be
used to assist the target identification according to standard operating procedures.

c. Threat Evaluation and Battalion Assignment. The Threat Evaluation and Battalion Assignment (TEBA) function is used to
automatically evaluate unknown and hostile air traffic for threat status relative to defended points. Consideration is given to flight
path (speed, heading, altitude, and position), defended point characteristics (location, radius, and priority), target raid size,
engagement status and history, and method of attack (such as low altitude bomber, high altitude bomber, or tactical ballistic missile).
The battalion or PATRIOT ICC selection is performed to designate the best battalion(s) or PATRIOT ICC to direct the engagement of
a target and to provide automatic battalion or PATRIOT ICC assignment in response to externally generated engage commands.

d. Weapon Monitoring and Control by Exception. At brigade level, the weapon status of each of the FUs controlled by the
subordinate battalions or PATRIOT ICC is available for monitoring. This data is presented to the brigade by means of digital data
links in the weapon engagement status messages. The brigade monitors the overall battle situation and exercises engagement
control by exception through the use of engage and terminate commands. Engage commands on specified tracks are either manual
by using switch actions, or automatic, as a result of externally generated engage commands. The terminate commands are used to
prevent engagement (hold fire) of friendly tracks or to conserve the materiel resources of the brigade (cease fire, cease engage).

e. Data Exchange with Other Systems. At brigade level, the types of voice and digital data exchanged are the same as described
for the battalion system except that data is exchanged with other brigade systems, other Army systems, other services, subordinate
battalions, and PATRIOT ICC.

1-17. Battallon System. Only general battalion system functions are discussed in this section. A more detailed discussion of
battalion system functions and capabilities can be found in TM 9-1430-652-10-1 through -7. When a brigade is not deployed, the
master battalion assumes the required brigade function of: track management, battalion or PATRIOT ICC assignment, and
intercommunication with other system functions normally provided by the brigade system, in addition to the normal battalion
functions (fig. 1-9. 1-10, and 1-11). The master battalion uses a combination of TEBA and TEWA to select the best fire unit to
engage a hostile track.

a. Target Acquisition. The AN/TSQ-73 system operates with one local radar at a time, and is capable of operating with two-
dimensional (2-D) raiders (azimuth and range), three-dimensional (3-D) raiders (azimuth, range, and height), and IFF Selective
Identification Feature (SIF) sets listed in table 1-3. The system performs the necessary radar integration (including 3-D data),
azimuth synchro-to-digital conversion, radar and IFF video distribution, normalization, conversion, channel mixing, timing, control
buffering, and self-test operations. Video processing functions include normal and Moving Target Indicator (MTI) video quantizing, 3-
D height extraction and correlation, target detection, clutter mapping, and self-test.

Figure 1-7. Brigade System Functions

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Figure 1-8. Brigade System External Interfaces

b. Tracking. The tracking function uses the output of the target acquisition function and manually entered data to establish and
maintain tracks, and to display target information on the system displays. Targets can be tracked in three modes: automatically
initiated auto tracking, manually initiated auto tracking, and Rate-Aided Manually Initiated Tracking (RAMIT).

(1) Automatically initiated auto tracking. In the automatically initiated auto tracking mode, the ADP establishes and maintains
tracks without intercession by the display console operator.

(2) Manually initiated auto tracking. In the manually initiated auto tracking mode, the display console operator makes the initial
track entries and the ADP then automatically maintains the tracks.

(3) RAMIT. In the RAMIT tracking mode, target positions are updated manually. Once speed and heading have been
established, the tracking function extrapolates track position every radar scan and presents these positional data on the PPI. If a
RAMIT track is not updated within a specified time frame, the track symbol blinks to alert the operator. If no update is made, the
track is automatically dropped from the system after a specified time interval.

c. Air Track Identification. Air track identification is accomplished in the system through a combination of manual and automatic
procedures. The IFF/SIF equipment listed in table 1-3 interfaces with the system to provide IFF capability. Automatic data exchange
with other systems is used to provide automated identification and identification conflict resolution for tracks. Automatic safe corridor
monitoring of locally engaged hostiles, automatic SIF code validation, and manual Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) penetration
monitoring can be used to assist target identification according to standard operating procedures.

d. .Threat Evaluation and Weapon Assignment. The Threat Evaluation and Weapon Assignment (TEWA) function -is used in the
system automatic and semiautomatic modes to evaluate unknown and hostile air tracks for threat status relative to defended points.
Consideration is given to the track flight path (speed, heading, altitude, and position), defended point characteristics (location, radius,
and priority), track raid size, engagement status and history, and the method of attack (such as low altitude bomber, high altitude
bomber, or tactical ballistic missile). The FU selection is performed to designate the best FUs to engage track and to provide
automatic weapon assignment capability for high threat hostile tracks. The FU selection algorithm effects engagement at a
maximum range with a minimum expenditure of missiles. The FU profile data such as location, type, status (availability, missile
count, and capabilities), and track flight path are considered in FU selection. The semiautomatic mode of weapon assignment
combines automatic threat evaluation with manual assignment in which the computer-recommended FU can be accepted by the
operator. Complete manual assignment of air tracks to FUs is also possible in any mode. When a Hawk FU enter Low Altitude
Simultaneous Hawk Engagement (LASHE-a self-defense measure), it is exempt from assignment using automatic, semiautomatic,
and manual modes.

e. Weapon Control and Monitoring. A variety of automatic and manual system features are provided to facilitate weapon control
and monitoring. Automatically updated displays are provided to inform the operator of the air track and FU status related to
engagements in progress. This information is presented graphically in a two-dimensional format on the display and in a tabular
format on the DDG and ARO. A variety of automatically generated alerts are available to direct the operator's attention to
engagement-related situations requiring action. When a higher headquarters directs the termination of an engagement, the system
provides for the automatic re-transmission of termination commands directly to the concerned FU(s). The monitoring of assignments
involving remote (not subordinate) FUs and other weapon systems is accomplished by voice and automatic data link data
interchange.

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f. Data Exchange with Other Systems. Both voice and digital data communications are exchanged between the battalion and
missile batteries, and between other services, U.S. Army systems, and other battalion systems when the brigade is not deployed.
Duplex digital links and voice links are used to accomplish this exchange. Voice links are grouped into three functional nets: five full-
duplex (four-wire) lines to the local telephone system, and four simplex (two-wire) intercom lines to local subscribers. The digital data
links are functionally divided into Army Tactical Data Link 1 (ATDL-1) and Tactical Digital Information Data Link - Type B (TADIL-B).
The ATDL-1 links are used for weapon assignment, control and engagement status monitoring of local FUs; and to forward
engagement status data (tracking, weapon assignment, firing, effective/ineffective) on FUs and exchange track, site and fire unit
information between AN/TSQ-73s. The ATDL-1 and TADIL-B links are used for exchange and coordination of air track, site, and
jam strobe data for engagement status monitoring of non-local FUs. They are also used for command, control, and coordination of
the air defense efforts of the interfaced Army and other service systems.

Figure 1-9. Battalion System Functions

Figure 1-10. Battalion System External Interfaces Figure 1-11. Battalion System External Interfaces
(Brigade Deployed) (Brigade Deployed)

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Table 1-3. AN/TSQ-73 System Compatible Radar and IFF/SIF Equipment

Equipment Remarks

2-D Radars
AN/GSS-1 Dedicated, with AN/TSQ-38 modifications
AN/GSS-7 Dedicated, with AN/TSQ-38 modifications
AN/MPQ-50 Dedicated or shared with Hawk 1
3-D Radars
AN/TPS-32 Dedicated
AN/TPS-43 Dedicated
IFF/SIF Equipment
AN/TPX-28 Dedicated, used with AN/TPS-32
AN/TPX-46 Dedicated, or shared with Hawk
AN/UPX-23 Dedicated, used with AN/TPS-43

1
Requires modifications; refer to TM 9-1430-652-10-5.

1 -18. Operational Features. Operational features of the AN/TSQ-73 system which increase the overall system capabilities are
described in the following paragraphs.

a. Displays. The display equipment (fig. 1-12) includes a display console with a separate tabular ARO l located on the CRT below
the normal PPI display area.

The ARO, by console operator selection, notifies the operator of system conditions and track, site, jam strobe, and FU amplifying
data in greater detail than is possible on the PPI display area. The PPI area displays position-referenced data consisting of
alphanumerics and graphic symbols, lines, and radar and IFF data (fig. 1-13). A computer-driven data display group located above
the display consoles provides an automatically updated array of FU information and system operational status, and digital readout
time-of-day clock. The FU information is displayed as alphanumeric characters on a Light Emitting Diode (LED) dot matrix (fig.
1-14).

b. Display Console Modes of Operation. The display console can operate in five modes: tracking, tactical, tracking/tactical
(combined), monitor, and test. Each mode is selectable by the console operator.

This feature provides greater flexibility in overall system operations by permitting the operator to use only that portion of the system
corresponding to the selected mode or allowing each console to perform separate tasks.

(1) Tracking mode. This mode uses radar target data and manually entered data to establish and maintain tracks and to
display target information on the display console. Targets can be tracked in three modes: automatic, manual, and RAMIT. See
figure 1-15 for a typical tracking mode display.

(2) Tactical mode. This mode provides the display console operator with a defended area overview for control and
coordination of air defense activities. See figure 1-4 for a typical tactical mode display.

(3) Tracking/tactical mode. This mode combines the tracking and tactical displays.

(4) Monitor mode. This mode permits selection and observation of display modes, but inhibits the operator from entering any
information into the computer (e.g., tracking, designating of tracks to FUs, and commands).

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Figure 1-12. Display Equipment Functional Layout


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Figure 1-13. CRT Display Radar Data and Symbology


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NOTE:
CHARACTR HEIGHT IS ½ INCH
MS 196611

Figure 1-14. Data Display Group Characters


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Figure 1-15. Typical Tracking Mode Display

(5) Test mode. This mode permits the display console to be electronically tested by the computer without affecting normal
system operation. It is also used to isolate faults and to aline the display console, interfacing computer, and radar processing
equipment. See figure 1-16 for a typical test pattern display.

c. System Control Features. Using the Keyboard Printer Unit (KPU), the operator can specify certain system functions and control
the operation of the system. Operator functional capabilities include program configuration specification, system device control,
system parameter initialization, and auxiliary function activation and deactivation. Alternative system program configurations are
stored in magnetic tape cartridges and are loaded and activated by commands from the KPU and the ADP status and control panel.
Each device in the system is independently started or stopped by operator commands, providing greater flexibility within operational
program configurations. System parameters are common among all program configurations except for several changeable device
initialization parameters. Auxiliary functions include site adaptation, map generation, raid generation, simulation, simulation
playback, data reduction and recording, field utilities and fault isolation.

d. Site Adaptation. The site adaptation auxiliary function is used to create a new system tape that contains nonvolatile system
parameters already entered into the system. The new tape is identical in all respects to the original except for the replacement of
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data concerned with system parameters. The site-adapted tape is used to perform rapid initial loading or reloading of the system,
including automatic start-up under such conditions as initial emplacement, subsequent relocation, or program reconfiguration. When
a site-adapted tape is created, the original positional inputs for all fixed point records are saved on the site-adapted tape. This saved
positional data will allow the system to relocate all fixed point files (safe corridors, defended points, height finders, and fire
units/transmittable sites) relative to the new location simply by command line entry of own-site location.

e. Map Generation and Display. The map generation function provides an on-line capability to generate either Geographic
Reference (GEOREF) maps containing minor latitude/longitude grid intersections or geographic (normal) maps containing tactical
information such as zones and lines (fig. 1-17). Up to 10 such maps can be stored on the system tape. The maps are generated by
Keyboard Printer Unit (KPU) inputs of map coordinates. The console operator can extract any two of the maps, at any one time, for
display on the display console(s). When a map is erased from active memory (replaced by another map), it is still on tape and may
be recalled at the operator's discretion. Each map displayed is range expandable and is independent

Figure 1-16. Typical Test Pattern Display

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Figure 1-17. Typical Map Generation Display

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f. Simulation and Raid Generation. The AN/TSQ-73 system provides the user with the capability to simulate attack situations in the
training of personnel. It is accomplished by combined use of programmed tape information and built-in simulation equipment.
Simulation programs in the ADP read the programmed tape information and direct the simulation circuits in generating the target
video(s). An air threat attack consists of aircraft and ballistic missiles in any mix, at any one time. The targets are programmed with
the same maneuver ability, speed, and altitude as actual aircraft and missiles to provide a realistic exercise. A pre-recorded
simulation program tape (raid tape) is supplied with the system. To use the raid tape, the operator enters his own site and FU
locations before initiating a simulated exercise. The average raid tape runs about 30 minutes, with a maximum time of 1 hour. Raid
tapes are also generated on-site using a number of methods.

(1) Scripted tracks. The scripted input provides the greatest range of variations with respect to a particular track, making this
method of raid-tape generation the most common technique for use in a field situation. Scripted tracks are manuscripted by the tape
designer who arbitrarily programs the particular flight and all changes that will occur during the flight, such as change in speed,
direction and altitude. Also, realistic combat situations and specialized training can be manuscripted into the script, such as radar
fade due to terrain features, raid size and density, and ECM, chaff, and data link messages. The scripted data is entered on the KPU,
evaluated by the ADP, and may be edited by the operator. It then is recorded on a raid tape for use in simulation.

(2) Console-initiated tracks. Generating a raid tape from console-initiated targets consists of entering tracks, selected by the
operator, into memory and noting their track numbers for later input. The track information in memory is recorded on a scratch tape
and the track numbers are entered through the KPU with each track. The automatic raid tape generation program selects each track
and smooth turns to produce a polished exercise.

(3) Line recorded track data. The live recorded track data is basically the same as the console-initiated track data. The live
recorded track data is useful in situations where a live air evaluation exercise is conducted against a particular installation. The
exercise can be rerun until the commander is satisfied with his unit's performance.

(4) Line data plus console initiated tracks. This method is used when a live exercise is being recorded for raid tape generation
and areas appear where more tracks are desired. The added tracks are console-initiated tracks included in the raid tape.

(5) Live data plus scripted tracks. This method is a combination of scripted and live recorded track data. The scripted tracks
are entered through the KPU in the correct time sequence specified by the recorded live data and times of the scripted inputs.

g. Simulation Playback. The simulation playback function is used to replay recorded raid data for information and evaluation. The
simulation playback operates in a hands-off mode only.

h. Data Recording and Reduction. Live or simulated exercise may be recorded. Recorded data can be analyzed using hardcopy
formatted reports generated by the data reduction auxiliary function. A variety of summary and detailed reports are selectable by the
operator.

i. Field Utilities. The field utilities auxiliary function allows the operator to dump memory to KPU in one of three formats, to list, copy
or match contents of the magnetic tape, and to record information on the magnetic tape directly from the KPU.

j. Fault Isolation. A fault isolation auxiliary function diagnostic routine is available for each ADP peripheral device. A fault isolation
auxiliary function can operate on a specific device while the operational program functions continue to operate, using the remaining
system devices. The fault isolation auxiliary function can be used to isolate faults or to verify the fault-free condition of a device or
system. The diagnostic routine is capable of isolating 90 percent of the system faults.

k. Communications Options. A typical communications interface showing an air defense area brigade, battalion, and battery
communications system is shown in figure 1-18.

(1) Voice communications interface. The brigade and battalion AN/TSQ-73 communications system provides a flexible and
rapid-access voice communications capability to facilitate system management and control. This configuration accommodates the
communications requirements of up to four Voice Comm Stations (VCSs) and up to 60 external net subscribers. In addition, the
AN/TSQ-73 voice communications interface has provisions for expansion to accommodate up to 10 VCSs and 96 external net
subscribers. This expansion provision can be implemented by the insertion of additional printed circuit cards in the card cages that
have been prewired for this purpose. However, this expansion requires a factory modification kit, and these components are not
presently available in the field. Eight 2-wire intercom circuits are available to service field phones (TA-312 or equivalent) at generator
guard posts, command posts, observer posts, and other stations in the immediate vicinity of the ANITSQ-73 shelter.

(2) Internal subscriber interface. The communications interface from brigade to battery deployment, shown in figure 1-18, uses

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radio links consisting of AN/TRC-145, 12-channel, multiplex, UHF transmitter-receiver systems. The brigade and battalion AN/TSQ-
73 communications equipment-interfaces with the radio links by means of SB675 (or equivalent) patch panels and junction boxes that
are necessary if the AN/TSQ-73 is located more than 125 feet from its radio facility. At the HAWK FU, a modem provides the
interface with the AN/TRC-145. Final Fire Unit (FU) command and control is available using Operational Control (OC) and
Command Administration (CA) voice nets that are terminated at a switchboard.

(3) External command interface. In addition to the internal subscriber interface from brigade to fire unit, the AN/TSQ-73 can
provide radio link communication with the Tactical Operational Systems (TOS) command, Air Traffic Management Systems (ATMS)
command, and other services. Also, the brigade AN/TSQ-73 provides extra interfaces with an AN/TSC-58 teletype net, an AN/TTC-
29 switchboard having 60 available lines, and an SB-22 switchboard that provides 12 pairs of phone lines to the signal company.
Two pairs are also supplied to an AN/GSQ-80 message center and to the commander officer of headquarters corps. These extra
interfaces are subject to being patched in at the SB675 patch panel. At battalion, an extra interface may be provided using an SB-86
switch-board having 30 lines.

(4) Data communications function. Site initialization procedures, employing the AN/TSQ-73 data comm capability, are
necessary to establish the ADL. These procedures are described in detail in TM 9-1430-652-10-3. The site location, Data Link
Reference Point (DLRP) site address, and addresses and link numbers of those sites and FUs having ADL communication are
entered during site initialization procedures. A site adapted tape is generated to retain initialization data for future updating or
reprogramming if a failure causes the loss of this stored data. After the ADL is established, it provides digital communications using
the ATDL-1 and TADIL B message standards and conventions. Communication with all Army systems uses the ATDL-1 message
standards and conventions, and with other services uses the TADIL B message standards and conventions to complete these
remote-source data links. For the local source data links, the battalion system communicates with HAWK FUs using the ATDL-1
message standards and conventions. The brigade AN/TSQ-73 exchanges data with two adjacent brigade systems and six battalion
or PATRIOT ICC systems, a TOS, an ATMS, and one other service system. The battalion AN/TSQ-73 system processes, stores, and
exchanges data with one brigade system, two adjacent battalion systems, a TOS, an ATMS, and two remote radar systems. In
addition, if a brigade AN/TSQ-73 is not functioning, a designated battalion system functions as a Reporting Unit (RU), substituting for
brigade by activation of its TADIL B links and using the master battalion command, a battalion can provide command and
coordination to PATRIOT ICC.

(5) Mobile Subscriber Equipment Air Defense Interface. In addition to the internal subscriber interface from brigade to battalion
or higher HQ, AN/TSQ-73 equipped with MSE/ADI can provide radio link communication with the Mobile Subscriber Equipment
(MSE) network incorporating an Area Common User System. The brigade/battalion AN/TSQ-73 provides this extra interface using an
Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC), an Operator Interface (OI) and a Secure Line Termination Unit (SLTU). The ADC supplies the
actual interface between the analog voice system and FSK modems in the AN/TSQ-73 and the all-digital system in the MSE network.
The SLTU provides multiplexing and bulk encryption functions between the ADC and the MSE network.

l. Fault Detection. The systems operational programs contain a fault detection program that provides the operator with audible and
visual indications when a fault condition exists. The computer operation is checked and verified every 10 seconds. Peripheral
devices (except the voice communications equipment) are checked and verified as they are used or at least every 10 seconds. When
a fault condition exists, normal equipment operation is not impaired beyond that caused by the equipment fault.

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Figure 1-18. Typical Air Defense Area AN/TSQ-73 Communications Deployment


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Section IV. SAFETY AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

1-19. General. The following paragraphs describe the safety and support equipment required for AN/TSQ-73 operation.

1-20. Safety Equipment. Emergency tools, including a sledge hammer and axe, are mounted on the inside of the main door.
These tools are provided for emergency destruction of equipments or escape from the shelter if no other method is available. The
sledge hammer may also be used during installation to drive ground rods.

1-21. Support Equipment Description. A description of the support equipment (fig. 1-19) located external to the AN/TSQ-73
system shelter is given in the following paragraphs.

a. System Shelter and Support Equipment Trucks. Two modified M814 6 X 6, 5-ton cargo trucks are supplied as part of the
AN/TSQ-73 system. The trucks are modified to provide mounting and tie-down facilities for the AN/TSQ-73 system shelter and
support equipment.

b. Motor Generator Set. The motor generator set comprises a motor generator assembly and a topmounted control cabinet
assembly, which includes a voltage regulator and protective module. The motor generator set is mounted on a rigid steel base which
has provisions for fork lifting. A steel beam with a lifting eye bolt at either end is installed on top of the motor generator set frame for
crane lifting purposes. The motor generator set is designed for outdoor operation.

(1) Motor generator assembly. The motor generator assembly comprises a three-phase, brushless ac synchronous motor, a
brushless ac exciter, and a brushless three-phase ac generator. The motor, generator, and exciter are mounted on a common rotor
shaft, suspended by two bearings. The motor and generator are of the revolving field type. With the required 50- or 60-Hz input, the
motor generator assembly rotates at 1200 RPM (60 Hz) or 1500 RPM (50 Hz) and produces 120/208v, 400-Hz, three-phase power,
rated at 36 kw.

(2) Control cabinet assembly. All control components are enclosed within the steel control cabinet assembly, which is mounted
above the motor generator assembly. Access to the control components and subassemblies is through the hinged top door of the
cabinet. The meter panel, located on the front of the control cabinet assembly, is enclosed by a weatherproof hinged door. The
meter panel contains controls for starting and stopping the unit, an input and output circuit breaker, indicator lights, a running time
meter, and a fault reset switch. An adjustment/protective control panel assembly is located inside the control cabinet assembly
directly under the top cover, and contains a voltage adjust potentiometer, a boost compensation potentiometer, maintenance circuit
breakers, and input and output test jacks.

c. Cable Reeling Machine. Two cable reeling machines are supplied with the AN/TSQ-73 system. Each cable reeling machine is
constructed of welded channel and tube steel, which forms a frame to mount three rows of cable reels. Each row mounts three cable
reels for a total cable reeling machine capacity of nine cable reels. Two removable handles are supplied for use in reeling cables on
the cable reels. The base of the cable reeling machine is constructed to form a skid for towing and has a frame ground clearance
designed to permit fork lifting. Lifting eyes are welded to the support structure to permit lifting with a crane.

d. Transport No. 1 Pallet Assembly. The transport No. 1 pallet assembly is used for transport and storage of the Modular
Collective Protection Equipment (MCPE). The transport no. 1 pallet is constructed of heavy gauge aluminum channels welded
together to form a base with a storage box on each end. The pallet base also has two vertical ladder support frames. The two boxes
provide storage for loose equipment for the MCPE. The pallet base between the storage boxes provides storage for the MCPE unit,
the MCPE protective entrance, and for sections of ducts for interconnecting air conditioner and MCPE. The vertical supports provide
storage for the transport mode access ladder.

e. Transport No. 2 Pallet Assembly. The transport no. 2 pallet assembly is used for storage and transport of cable reels and
ground rods and plate. The support truck ladder and lifting sling spreader bar assembly are also stored on the transport no. 2 pallet
assembly. The transport no. 2 pallet assembly is constructed of heavy gauge aluminum channel and plate. The aluminum plate is
formed and riveted to a base constructed of welded aluminum channel to form a pallet with two troughs for storage of cable reels in
an upright position. Each trough has space and tiedown facilities for six cable reels. Swiveled lifting eyes are located at the four base
corners for lifting. The ground rods and plate are clamped to the rear base of the transport pallet assembly.

f. External Cable Set. The external cable set provides all cabling necessary to connect the AN/TSQ-73 system to primary power
sources and interfacing radar and communications equipment. Cabling is also provided for remote operation of the two display
consoles and data display group(s). The cables are rigged, weatherproofed, sheathed, and armored to make them capable of
withstanding field use. Dust covers, attached to the cables, provide protection for connectors when the cables are not in use.

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g. Radar Junction Box. The radar junction box provides interface between the AN/TSQ-73 system and local radar equipment. The
radar junction box contains electronic circuits that buffer and drive video, trigger, synchro, and logic signals. The radar junction box
comprises a two-section assembly 19 by 15-1/2 by 18-3/4 inches in size. The lower section contains the electronics for the
processing, control, and distribution of radar signals. The upper section provides a protective cover for the junction box electronics.

h. Display Junction Box. The display junction box is also a two-section assembly 19 by 15-1/2 by 18-3/4 inches in size, that
provides interconnections for up to eight display consoles and two data display groups for the AN/TSQ-73 system. The display
junction box receives the required operating voltages for the display consoles and data display groups directly from the system power
cabinet and transfers the power to the appropriate display console or data display group. The display consoles and data display
groups are connected to external connectors located on the display junction box.

i. Air Conditioner. The air conditioner is a self-contained, air-cooled, electric motor-driven unit designed for continuous operation.
The air conditioner provides the filtered cooling, ventilating, or heated air required to maintain environmental conditions in the state
necessary for operation of the shelter. The capacity of the air conditioner is 36,000 BTU/hr for cooling, 35,600 BTU/hr (high-heat) or
20,400 BTU/hr (low-heat) for heating, and 1285 cfm for ventilating.

j. Modular Collective Protection Equipment. The MCPE comprises the 200-cfm gas-particulate filter unit, power distribution unit,
compartment control module, protective entrance, air flow valve and silencer assembly, and associated cables, hoses, and ducts.
The MCPE is provided to permit system operation in a contaminated environment. When the MCPE is installed, a closed-loop,
purified air flow under positive pressure protects personnel in the shelter from hazardous levels of Chemical, Biological, and
Radiological (CBR) agents.

k. Transit Case. The transit case is a portable, aluminum box, 36 by 36 by 14 inches in size that is provided for storage of the
AN/TSQ-73 system cable assemblies.

l. Local Remote Switching Unit (LRSU) Transit Case. The LRSTU transit case contains the LRSU and its associated cables and
technical manual. When installed, the LRSU is considered a part of the AN/TPX-46 interrogator set and is maintained by personnel
responsible for maintenance of the IFF equipment. During transport, the LRSU equipment is packed in the transit case and returned
to the AN/TSQ-73 for shipment.

m. Secure Line Termination Unit (SLTU). (Equipment present only in AN/TSQ-73 equipped with MSE/ADI.) The secure line
termination unit is employed to interface discrete digital channels into an encrypted digital transmission group and vice versa be-
tween the analog-to-digital converter and the MSE network. The SLTU is comprised of a line termination unit (LTU) and a trunk
encryption device (TED) KG-194A mounted in a transit case 27 by 30 by 40 inches in size; a universal power supply (UPS) 15 by 12
by 15 inches in size; and assorted cabling. The UPS operates on 28 VDC or 115/220 VAC, 50/60/400 Hz.

n. Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC). (Equipment present only in AN/TSQ-73 equipped with MSE/ADI.) The ADC, in conjunction
with Operator Interface (OI) provides an analog-to-digital voice and data interface between the AN/TSQ-73 system and the digital
Mobile Subscriber Equipment (MSE) network. The ADC comprises a single transit case (with two covers) 11.75 by 25.50 by 17.75
inches in size. The ADC operates on 115 VAC, 50/60/400 Hz.

1-22. Emergency Power Shutdown. For emergencies requiring immediate shutdown of system power, press SYSTEM POWER
OFF switch located on power cabinet power transfer unit. Observe that SYSTEM POWER ON indicator goes off.

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CHAPTER 2

PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS

Section I. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS

2-1. Scope. The AN/TSQ-73 system is divided into five major equipment functional groups located within the system shelter; display
equipment, radar interface equipment, automatic data processor equipment, communications equipment, and power equipment.
Additional equipment of the AN/TSQ-73 system includes the following items located external to the system shelter; three-phase diesel
engine generator, air conditioner unit, three-phase motor generator set, MCPE, display junction box,-and radar junction box.
Interconnection between external and internal equipment is provided via shelter-mounted demarkation panels including: power
demarkation panel, radar demarkation panel, MCPE (CBR)/display demarkation panel, and communications demarkation panel. A
module test set is also provided.

2-2. Internal Shelter Description. Internally, the shelter contains two functional areas comprising the display operations area at the
front of the shelter, and the electronic equipment and maintenance area at the rear of the shelter (fig. 2-1). The two areas are
separated by a blackout curtain which, when drawn, isolates the console operators, consoles, and observers from the maintenance
area. The following paragraphs describe the major components located inside the shelter.

a. Display Console. The display console is a freestanding console that contains a CRT display, operator controls with task-
oriented placarding, a writing surface, and electronics for the receipt and processing of display data. The console cabinet is
constructed of sheet aluminum riveted to an aluminum frame. Retractable casters on the four lower corners of the cabinet and two
recessed handles on each side of the cabinet facilitate relocation of the display console. Electronics of the display consoles are
located on two slide rail-mounted front panel/card cage assemblies, and on the center section assembly containing the CRT. All
electronic circuit cards and modules are readily accessible when the front panel/card cage and center section assemblies are
extended for maintenance. The CRT, deflection coils, and tube shield are contained in a single module to minimize alinements and
adjustments when a CRT is replaced. Modular power supplies for the display console are located below the main electronics, and are
accessible from the console front by the removal of a panel. Cooling air is circulated in the display console by an internally mounted
blower which draws in ducted air for distribution to electronic components by an air plenum. Intake and exhaust air filters in the
display console provide EMI and dust filtering.

b. Data Display Group. The data display group is a portable assembly normally mounted above the display console. Then the
AN/TSQ-73 system is configured for brigade operation, two data display groups are used, one mounted above each display console.
In a battalion configuration, one data display group, centered above the two display consoles, is used. Removable stands, supplied
with each data display group, support the data display group when it is removed from the shelter. The data display group displays
FU status on a status board comprised of two fields of LEDs. Operating controls and indicators, which indicate system fault
conditions, system status, and time of day, are located on a control panel above the status board. The data display group case is
constructed of sheet aluminum riveted to an aluminum frame. The control panel, two power supply access covers, and the status
board make up the front of the case. The status board is covered by a hinged window which provides protection for the two fields of
LEDs, and access to internal electronic components. Electronics are located on two hinged card cage assemblies which also contain
the LED modules forming the status board LED field. Each LED field contains 96 three-character LED modules which form a field of
12 rows of 24 characters. The LED modules are covered by an edge4it screen which identifies and defines the FU tabular data.
Electronic components are cooled by ambient air, drawn in and circulated by a blower mounted inside the case.

c. Main Electronics Equipment Rack. The main electronics equipment rack is located in the rear of the shelter on the curbside.
The main equipment rack consists of three separate equipment racks and associated control and interface connector panels. The
three equipment racks contain all the circuit cards used with the radar interface and ADP equipments and most of the circuit cards
used with the data communications portion of the communications equipment. Each of the three equipment racks contains two doors
of card cages, power supply modules, and associated control panels. Each door is hinged to swing out for maintenance and repair.
The card cages and control panels are removable as units from the door frames to facilitate repair. Two interface connector panels
facilitate connections between the three equipment racks and a control panel.

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Figure 2-1. System Shelter (Interior) (Sheet 2 of 2)

d. Communications Equipment Rack. The communications equipment rack is locate(l above the power cabinet in the rear roadside
corner of the shelter. The communications equipment rack contains a card cage, voice communications central control panel, and a
patch panel. The card cage contains most of the circuit cards for the voice communications equipment and some of the circuit cards
for the data communications equipment. The card cage and voice communications central control panel are assembled in a single
unit which is hinge to permit access into the communications equipment rack for maintenance and repair. The card cage and the
voice communications central control panel are replace either separately or as an assembly.

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e. Power Cabinet. The power cabinet is locate(l in the lower rear roadside corner of the shelter, and houses two emergency
batteries, a power transfer unit, ac and dc voltage control panels, two ac/dc converters, a de/ac inverter, a de power supply and
voltage sensor module, and a battery charger. The two emergency batteries provide power to maintain emergency voice and data
communications and shelter lighting if a power failure occurs. Each emergency battery provides 135 volts, and consists of eight
battery assembly modules. Each battery assembly module contains 14 nickel-cadmium battery cells with built-in temperature
sensors which provide high and low temperature battery protection during charging. Other power cabinet components provide for the
conversion, regulation, protection, control, and distribution of ac and de voltages in the shelter. Access to internally-mounted
components is through the lower, hinge-mounted main power control panel. With the exception of the power transfer unit, all
assemblies of the power cabinet are of modular construction and are plate-mounted for ease of replacement. The power transfer unit
is a chassis-mounted assembly containing the upper portion of the main power control panel. The power transfer unit contains a
front control panel, replaceable electrical components, and a connector panel which extends into the shelter wall at the power
demarkation panel.

f. Voice Communication Stations. Four voice communication stations are located within the shelter. as follows: one on each
of the two display consoles, one over the maintenance bench, and one on the roadside wall behind the display console operator.
Each voice communications station comprises an electronics enclosure assembly and a front panel assembly. The electronics
enclosure assembly houses four circuit cards and wiring, and the front panel assembly houses the controls and indicators required to
provide operators access to the voice network. The end-instrument for each wall-mounted voice communications station is a handset
with a push-to-talk switch. The end-instrument for each display console-mounted voice communications station is a headset with a
separate push-to-talk foot switch.

g. Keyboard Printer Unit. The KPU is located on the top forward part of the maintenance bench. The KPU provides manual
access to the ADP for the insertion of program instructions or requested information. The KPU uses either 8-1/2 inch fanfold paper
with a sprocket feed or 8-1/2 inch roll paper. with a friction feed. (Roll paper is supplied(1.) The KPU comprises a keyboard
mechanism, mode panel, printing mechanism, and an electronic unit that includes a power supply and circuit cards. The KPU is
mounted on a base plate which attaches to the maintenance bench with screws. A power cable supplied with the KPU connects to
the de/ac inverter in the power cabinet. Input and output signals pass through shelter cabling which connects to a connector in the
KPU base.

h. Magnetic Tape Unit. Two magnetic tape unit (MTUs) are used in the AN/TSQ-73 system, and are located in the
maintenance bench below the KPU. The magnetic tape units provide data storage and software program input capabilities. Each
magnetic tape unit is mounted on slide rails, and( comprises a chassis constructed of upper and lower car(1 cages. a front control
panel, and a Magnetic Tape Transport (MTT) that slides into the front control panel, and a Magnetic Tape Cartridge (MTC) that slices
into the MTT. The MTC contains the magnetic tape. In addition to mounting circuit cards, the card cages also mount a power supply
module (DC/DC converter).

i. Module Test Set. The Module Test Set (MTS) is a portable case-mounted assembly normally mounted in the maintenance
test bench. Accessories supplied with the MTS are stored in the maintenance test bench storage drawers. The MTS tests digital
circuit cards of the AN/TSQ-73 system either in a system operating environment or as a separate unit. The MTS contains a chassis
with two digital card racks and one analog card rack mounted in a frame attached to a front panel assembly.

j. MCPE Compartment Control Module. Provisions are provided for mounting an MCPE compartment control module on the
roadside wall above the KPU.

k. Environmental Control Panel Assembly. The environmental control panel assembly is mounted on the roadside wall above
the KPU. The environmental control panel assembly has a chassis which contains panel- mounted overtemperature and air flow fault
indicator lights, a lamp test switch, an emergency light test switch, a blackout override switch, and the air conditioner control module,
which is a part of the air conditioner. A temperature sensing bulb, which is an integral part of the air conditioner control module, is
remotely mounted in front of the air conditioner shelter inlet duct. Power and signal connections to the environmental control panel
assembly are made through shelter cabling.

l. Maintenance Bench. The maintenance bench provides a working surface for maintenance operations, and contains six
storage drawers where spare components, MTS and oscilloscope accessories, and a first aid kit are stored. The maintenance bench
also includes a two-drawer safe for storage of classified data, an oscilloscope for test purposes, slide-in racks for mounting the MTS
and MTUs, and a mounting surface for the KPU. Included in the maintenance bench area are utility outlets, two special trouble light
outlets, a clock, a pencil sharpener, and an emergency light.

m. Shelter Lighting. Shelter lighting is provided by ceiling fixtures adjustable to any brightness desired. In addition, the fixtures
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which provide greater visibility for maintenance procedures. A blackout curtain can be drawn between the display area and
equipment area to shield the displays from the maintenance lights. Ceiling lights over the display area are polarized to enhance
display visibility. Emergency lighting is provided by two emergency lights which are automatically turned on if a system power failure
occurs. One emergency light is located on the shelter wall over the maintenance bench, and the other is located on the shelter wall
over the escape hatch.
n. Shelter Ventilation Four different modes of shelter ventilation are provided by the system: air-conditioned (heated or cooled),
vented, ambient air, or closed MCPE. The four modes allow operation in almost any environment. The mode is set by operating the
MCPE and air conditioner controls and by setting air vents (baffles) to prescribed positions pertaining to the desired mode. Each
baffle is placarded as to its proper position in each ventilation mode.

2-3. External Shelter Description. The system shelter is constructed for field use to provide environmental protection for electronic
equipment and operating personnel. The shelter (fig. 2-2) includes a shelter enclosure, main entrance door, emergency exit, inter-
facing equipment demarkation panels, intake and exhaust ports, air conditioner support frame, access steps and grab handles,
lifting and towing eyes, and skid rails.

a. Shelter Structure. The shelter structure is formed of laminated paneling bonded and riveted to a rugged aluminum frame.
The paneling is a laminate of aluminum sheets bonded on a honeycomb core.

b. Main Entrance Door. The main entrance door is located at the rear of the system shelter and is used as an entrance and exit
for personnel and equipment. The door can be opened up to 100 degrees. A door stop and locking device permits retaining the door
at the 100- degree open position. The door is latched closed at the top, bottom, and center of the shelter entrance by a three-point
cam mechanism activated by handles on the inside and outside of the door. A hasp associated with the outside door handle permits
locking the door with a padlock. The hasp is released from inside the shelter if personnel are inadvertently locked inside. When
closed, the door is sealed by a gasket which provides Electro-Magnetic Interference (EMI) shielding and environmental protection. A
frame mounted on the shelter around the door serves as a rain gutter and as a mounting surface for the Modular Collective Protection
Equipment (MCPE).

c. Emergency Exit. An emergency exit is located on the forward portion of the curbside panel. The emergency exit door opens
only from inside the shelter. The door is vertically hinged and opens outward. A grab handle is located above the emergency exit as
an exit aid.

d. Demarkation Panels. Demarkation (connector) panels are located on the external walls adjacent to the internal electrical
equipment with which they inter- face. The demarkation panels connect interfacing equipment to the AN/TSQ-73 system. The panels
are Z- shaped with the connectors facing down to reduce inter- connecting cable bends and strain and to provide connector weather
protection.

e. Intake and Exhaust Ports. The intake and exhaust ports are a part of the shelter ventilation system. A serviceable air filter is
mounted in each intake port. The air filters provide EMI shielding as well as air filtering. Baffles are provided as covers for each
intake and exhaust port. The baffles are hinged at the top so that, when opened, they form a protective cover over the ports. The
baffles have hinged skirts which, when opened and secured to the shelter wall, keep the baffles in the open position and provide side
protection for the ports. Tee-handle captive screws on the baffles are provided to secure the baffles in the closed position.

f. Air Conditioner Support Frame. The air conditioner support frame is located on the outside front wall of the shelter below the
air conditioner intake and exhaust ports. The support frame supports a horizontal, base-mounted, air conditioner. This support
frame can support the air conditioner during limited travel by truck. For other than limited travel by truck, the air conditioner is
removed and the support frame is disassembled and stored in mounting brackets located on the outside front wall of the shelter.

g. Access Steps and Grab Handle. The access steps and grab handle are located on the roadside wall and top of the shelter,
respectively. The steps and grab handle permit access to the shelter roof without use of a ladder. Each step is capable of supporting
a vertical load of more than 400 pounds, and is pivoted up when not in use.

h. Lifting and Towing Eyes. Four lifting and four towing eyes are integrally attached to the shelter's eight corners. The lifting
eyes are located on the upper corners, and the towing eyes are located on the lower corners. Each lifting and towing eye is on a 360-
degree swivel and can withstand a 16 thousand pound pull in any direction.

i. Skid Rail. Two skid rails are integrally attached to the outside shelter floor in the longitudinal axis of the shelter structure. The
skid rails support the shelter in all modes of operation, transport, and storage. Two rectangular slots are located in each skid rail to
permit lifting the shelter with a fork lift.

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Figure 2-2. System Shelter (Exterior)

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Section II. FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS

2-4. General. The following paragraphs present a summarized description of the AN/TSQ-73 system theory of operation. Figure 2-
3 is a block diagram showing the basic system external and internal equipment interface connections.

2-5. Display Equipment. The display equipment consists of the display console and data display group. In a brigade configuration,
two display consoles and two data display groups are used. In a battalion configuration, one data display group is used with two
display consoles. Up to eight display consoles may be used with two data display groups. Remote operating capability is provided
for both the display console and data display group.

a. Display Console. The display console provides the operator with a position-referenced display of situation data consisting of
characters (graphic symbols and alphanumerics), lines, radar and IFF data, a tabular display of alphanumeric status data, and the
capability to enter, modify, and delete information in the ADP display files. The display console interfaces with the ADP for control
and refresh data inputs and outputs, and interfaces with the radar interface equipment f6r raw and processed video and radar IFF
data input/output. Display consoles can be remotely located from the shelter by connections to the display junction box that is
connected to the shelter equipment through the DISPLAY/MCPE demarkation panel. The display junction box is located outside the
shelter and is equipped with external chassis-mounted connectors for interconnection with the remote display consoles.

b. Data Display Group. The data display group receives status and control data from the ADP and provides FU status, system
fault conditions, weapons status, and alert condition displays. The FU information is displayed on a status board comprising two 8 by
12 fields of LED modules. System status and alert indicators and the time of day clock are located on a control panel above the LED
field. One or two data display groups can be remotely located from the shelter by connections to the display junction box and DIS-
PLAY/MCPE demarkation panel. The display junction box is located outside the shelter, and is equipped with external chassis-
mounted connectors for interconnection with the remote data display groups.

2-6. Radar Interface Equipment. The radar inter- face equipment accepts information from the local radar and IFF equipment. The
radar/IFF data inputs are processed for use by the ADP and display equipment. The radar junction box provides interconnections
between the AN/TSQ-73 system and the interfacing radar and IFF equipment, and buffers and drives the video, trigger, synchro, and
logic signals. Radar information applied to the display equipment includes the following data: raw or simulated video, processed
video, range and azimuth, radar timing, IFF/SIF video, test video, and antenna position. Processed radar information applied to the
ADP includes real or simulated target reports, radar synchronization data, and target altitude data if used with a 3-D radar.
Simulation equipment within the radar interface equipment accepts radar timing and antenna position data when connected to local
radar. When no local radar is connected,, the simulation equipment supplies test targets, simulated timing, antenna position, and
Electronic Countermeasures (ECM) target video. Simulation routines and IFF interrogations are initiated by the ADP. No simulation
capability is provided for the brigade system, except for test routine purposes.

2-7. Automatic Data Processor Equipment. The ADP equipment performs the overall control and coordination of the system
functions. The ADP also provides the required data processing for the radar signals, simulation routines, data communications, and
display data for the consoles, and executes operator initiated commands. The ADP interfaces with all subsystems, except voice
communications, and provides them with the necessary interface information. The primary control is initiated by the MTUs and the
KPU. The KPU provides manual access to the ADP for insertion of program instructions or requested information. The MTUs
provide data storage and software program input capabilities. The MTU functions include recording of operational data, storage of
load and initialization programs, simulation (exercise) pro- grams, degraded mode program modules, fault isolation and diagnostic
routines, and restart routines.

2-8. Communications Equipment. The communications equipment provides voice and data links between the ADP and operators,
and external systems and subscribers. The communications equipment performs two independent functions, voice communication
and data communication. Both voice and data communication functions are common to the communications patching panel, which
provides patching capabilities, line only and equipment only monitoring, or monitoring of communications (without interruption). The
communications patching panel also provides for test and diagnostic functions. The data received by (or to be transmitted from) the
data communications equipment is processed in the ADP for use in the system.

a. Voice Communication The voice communication function provides flexible and rapid access voice communications between
subscribers. Voice communication functions use a standard semiautomatic telephone switching system with the following
capabilities: three functional nets with up to 32 subscribers in each net to a maximum of 96, five full-duplex (four-wire)

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lines to the local communication station, four simplex (two-wire) external intercom circuits with up to two subscribers on each line,
and two simplex internal intercom lines.

b. Data Communication. The data communication function provides an interface between the ADP and remote site data
systems. Digital inputs from the ADP are modulated into frequency-shift keyed (FSK) I signals by 12 modem channels in the brigade
configuration and 20 modem channels in the battalion configuration, and transmitted over telephone or radio lines to designated sites.
Provisions are incorporated in the equipment for use of up to 32 modem channels. Reception is accomplished by demodulating the
FSK signals and transmitting the results to the ADP for processing.

2-9. Power Cabinet Equipment. The AN/TSQ-73 system operates on 400-Hz, 120/208v, 3-phase, four-wire primary power
obtained from either commercial sources with a 50- or 60-Hz motor generator set or a diesel engine generator (400 Hz) external to
the system shelter. Primary power is applied to the power cabinet equipment, which converts the ac source voltage to ac and dc
levels used by the system equipment. Emergency power, available from rechargeable batteries located in the power cabinet, can be
used for maintaining short-term communications operation and emergency lighting in the event of power failure. The power cabinet
equipment provides ac power for shelter lamps and blowers, and dc power for driving dc/dc converters and power supplies.

2-10. Module Test Set (MTS). The module test set, located in the maintenance bench, is a self-contained portable unit which
automatically performs functional and continuity tests of digital circuit cards and wiring of the AN/TSQ-73 system in a system
environment. Test results are displayed by GO/NO-GO indicators on the MTS test probe and by a light matrix on the front panel.
The light matrix is used to isolate troubles to a faulty functional circuit on circuit cards. The MTS isolates faults to an individual digital
circuit card.

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Figure 2-3. AN/TSQ-73 System Interface Diagram

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Section III. PHYSICAL AND ELECTRICAL DATA

2-11. General. This section provides overall physical and electrical characteristics for the AN/TSQ-73 system. Table 2-1
summarizes physical characteristics. Table 2-2 provides detailed electrical characteristics, and table 2-3 lists environmental
limitations. For more detailed electrical characteristics, refer to the technical manuals for each major assembly of equipment as
listed in chapter 4.

Table 2-1. Physical Characteristics

Dimension (inches)
Weight
Item Height Width Depth (pounds)

Shelter and equipment assembly 85.0 87.5 193.0 10,000 max


Display console 51.0 33.0 39.0 500 max
Data Display Group 21.0 34.2 6.5 150
Keyboard Printer Unit 9.75 17.0 24.75 68
Magnetic Tape Unit 17.5 9.5 26.5 50 max
Module Test Set 18.25 11.2 5 29.85 150
Display Junction Box 16.0 21.0 17.5 46
Radar Junction Box 19.25 21.0 17.5 70
*Analog-to-Digital Converter 11.75 25.5 17.75 60
*Operator Interface 4.38 7.0 11.25 10
*Secure Line Termination Unit 27.0 30.0 40.0 174
*Universal Power Supply 12.0 15.0 15.0 46
*Trunk Encryption Device KG194A 5.22 14.0 8.61 16.5
Cable reeling machine 51.68 63.3 7 61.5 500
Transport No. 1 pallet assembly 24.0 32.0 86.0 250
Transport No. 2 pallet assembly 13.0 74.1 2 79.0 250

*Equipment present only in AN/TSQ-73 equipment with MSE/ADI.

Table 2-2. Electrical Characteristics

Item/function Characteristics

1. Display Console
Display presentation: PPI with ARO
PPI display content: Radar sweep, video, characters, and lines
ARO display content: Characters
PPI display area: 14.5 in. diameter min
ARO display area: 1.5 in. high by 8.0 in. wide min
PPI presentation: Position referenced corresponding to a circle measured in data
miles (2000 yd/mi); centered at the radar site
PPI range marks: Selectable 10 mi or 20 km. With 10-mi range marks, each fourth
range mark is intensified. With 20-km range marks, each fifth
range mark is intensified
PPI angle marks: Each 15 deg
PPI scale expansion: One-eighth, one-quarter, and one-half and any scale between one-
quarter and one-half of full scale
PPI offset: From center to any point on ppi presentation

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Item/function Characteristics

PPI display video: Normal, special processed, IFF/SIF, manual sector, automatic
sector, and test in any combination
PPI and ARO characters: Alphanumerics, symbols, and punctuation
Alphanumeric size: 0.125 in. high by 0.083 in. wide (± 20 pct)
Symbol size: Except for hook and FU symbols, 0.25 in. high by 0.25 in. wide
(±20 pct) local; 0.125 in. high by 0.125 in. wide (i20 pct) remote.
Hook 0.5 in. diameter (± 20 pct); FU 0.0625 in. diameter (± 20 pct)
Punctuation size: 0.125 in.
PPI line types: Track velocity vector, time-to-go vector, non-PATRIOT FU pairing
lines, PATRIOT engagement boundaries, safe corridors, jam
strobes, and maps
Character and line
refresh rate: 17 Hz min
PPI and ARO area distortion: Less than 0.145 in.
ADP interface signals:
AC inputs Display output unit data and synchronization, input/output
exchange information, enable, command, and ready
DC inputs: Display output unit common request line fault, input/output
exchange overrun fault
AC outputs: Display output unit request, reset, and inhibit and input/output
master reset, indicator, and request
DC outputs: Display output unit control parity fault and memory parity fault
AC input/output (I/O)
signal characteristics: Logic one + 3.0v with a pulse width of 30 ns minimum. Logic zero
+ 0.4v max
DC I/O signal
characteristics: Logic one + 0.6v max. Logic zero + 3.0Ov min
Radar integration unit (part
of radar interface equipment)
interface signals:
Input signals: Zero range (Ro), live time/dead time gate, sin/cos clock
synchronization, sin/cos serial data, sin/cos data strobe
Signal characteristics: Logic one +4.0v. Logic zero 0.0 + 0.5, -0.0v
Video distribution unit (part
of radar interface equipment)
interface signals:
Input signals: Normal, processed, IFF/SIF, special display, manual sector,
automatic sector, and test video
Signal characteristics: 0 to + 4.0v ± 2 db amplitude; 2.5 MHz bandwidth
Remoting: 330 ft max
Input power + 135, -135v; 700w max

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Item/function Characteristics

2. Data Display Group


Display types: Tabular presentations of alphanumeric characters, status and
alert indicators, and time of day clock
Tabular presentation:
Columns: 24 on each two status board sections
Rows: 12
Characters: Alphanumeric
Display element: LED array configured as a dot matrix of seven rows, five columns
Character size: 0.5 in. high by 0.3 in. wide
Display file: 588 bytes
Current convention:
Send: Positive current
Receive: Negative current
Logic Levels:
Logic one: Greater than + 3.0v with a pulse width of greater than 120 ns
Logic zero: Less than + 0.4v
Remoting: 330 ft max
Input power: + 135, -135v; 300w max
3. Radar Interface Equipment Electrical
Characteristics
Compatible radars: As listed in table 1-3
Remoting:
Radar junction box to shelter: Up to 1000 ft
Interface radar to
radar junction box Distance subject to drive capability of interface radar
Video input characteristics:
Signal-to-noise ratio: 3:1
Impedance: 75 (±3) ohms)
Pulse width: 2 to 20 ps for full performance (100 ns min, 70 ps max)
Amplitude: + 1 to + 15v or -1.2 to -15v referenced to ground
Ro trigger and pretrigger
characteristics
Rise and fall time 60 ns max (10 to 90 pct points)
Impedance: 75 (±3) ohms
Pulse repetition
frequency (PRF): 100 to 2000 pps
Amplitude: 5 and 100v referenced to ground (either) polarity

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Item/function Characteristics

Azimuth data;
Synchro:
1X and 36X: 60 and 400 Hz; reference 115v (± 10 pct) stator 90v (± 10 pct)
line-to-line or reference 26v (i 10 pct), stator 11.8v (± 10 pct)
line-to-line
24X: 400 Hz; reference 115v (i 10 pct), stator 90v (± 10 pct) line-to-line
|or reference 26v (± 10 pct), stator 1 1.8v (± 10 pet) line-to-line
Resolver: 4 kHz, reference 70v (± 10 pct), stator (4 lines) 23v (± 10 pct)
Azimuth change pulse: 4096 pulses/360 deg, 0 to 5v min, 100v max of either polarity
Azimuth north pulse: One pulse at 0 degree north, 0 to 5v min, 100Ov max of either
polarity
Micro-Lock:
(Used with 24X synchro) Switch closure at O degree north, either open or short to ground
Antenna RPM: 3 to 20 RPM either CW or CCW

4. Automatic Data Processor


Central processing unit characteristics 32-bit instruction words 1, 8, 16, 32, or 64 bit data words, 2 ps
memory read/write cycle time
Memory divided in banks; each bank consists of 32,768 33-bit
words (sixteen, 2,048, 33-bit word pages)
Memory access control and protection, and internal parity checking
One hundred basic instructions plus 50 extended mnemonic
instructions
Nine addressing mode combinations
64 program levels
Up to 126 input/output channels, each with program initiated but
independently operating data transfers of up to 32 bits in pa rallel
Input/output transfer rates of up to 400,000 32-bit words a second
on one channel or 180,000 32-bit words a second when several
channels are operating simultaneously. A queue word for each pro-
gram level provides stacking of interrupts
Memory characteristics: 33-bit data words (32 data bits, one odd parity bit)
600 ns data access time
2 ps read/write cycle time
18-bit address
Access to the four ports granted on a first-come, first-served basis
Internal self-test and fault isolation circuitry
Volatile data storage (retained for 30 minutes by IBDL emergency
power backup after primary power loss)

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Item/function Characteristics

Input/output unit
characteristics: 33-bit data words (32 data bits, one odd parity bit)
Data transmission rate up to 400,000 words a second
Buffer unit characteristics: 33-bit data words (32 data bits, one odd parity bit)
Input/output exchange and input/output expander data
transmission rate up to 400,000 words per second
Display output unit to display refresh rate of 20 times a
second
Input/output signal
characteristics:
AC input/output signals: Logic 1: +3v with a pulse width of 120 ns min
Logic 0: +0.4v max
DC input/output signals: Logic 1: +0.6v max
Logic 0: +3v min
5. Magnetic Tape Unit
Tape capacity: 1,200,000 characters with average block length of 8 thousand
characters
Mean access time: 75 ,us at a tape speed of 22.5 ips
Modes of operation: Off-line: turn-on, self-test, and rewind
On-line: automatic computer control
Interface signals: Information, 9 lines
Request, 8 lines
Enable, 1 line
Command, 1 line
Indicator, 1 line
Interface signal
characteristics: Logic 1: +3.0v with a pulse width of 120 ns min
Logic 0: +0.4v max
6. Keyboard Printer Unit
Type: Send/receive
Input/output code: Parallel 6-level ASCII
Send/Receive signal
characteristics: Binary one, -12v nominal; binary zero, 0 vdc
Printing rate: Ready-busy input; 40 characters a second (average printing
rate based on the transmitting device providing a new
character on the data lines within 3 ms after the printer goes
ready)
Operating voltage: 115 vac ±10 pet, 60 Hz t3 Hz
Power requirements: 150w nominal
Temperature range (operating): +32°F to +125°F

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Item/function Characteristics

Line length: 72 characters; 10 characters a horizontal in ch


Line feed: Single or double (as selected by operator), 6 lines a vertical inch
(single)
Paper feed: Friction or sprocket feed (as selected by operator), as follows:
Roll (max): 5-in. diameter, 8-1/2 in. wide
Fanfold (max): 8-1/2 in. wide
Number of copies: One original and three tissue copies from crimped or mucilage
edge sprocket feed supply. One original only from friction feed
supply
7. Voice Communication Equipment
Subscribers: 101, four-wire (96 on nets: 5 on local comm)
Four, two-wire (inter comm)
Four-wire audio input/output
impedance: 600 (±60) ohms balanced to ground over the frequency range of
300 to 3500 Hz
Four-wire signaling: Ring-in 1600 (±30) Hz at a minimum level of-20 dbm and a
minimum duration of 1-0 see
Ring-out 1600 (±30) Hz at a level of-8 (±4) dbm for 1.25
(±0.25) sec
Two-wire audio input/output
impedance: 600 (±120) ohms over the frequency range of 300 to 3500 Hz
Ring impedance: 400 ohms at a frequency of 20 Hz
Ring-down signaling: Ring-out 20 (±5) Hz for a minimum of 1.0 sec
Ring-in 20 (±5) Hz at a level of 12 vrms min
Audio channel insertion loss: 0 (±3) db at 1 kHz
Audio channel frequency
response: Within ±3 db with respect to the attenuation at 1000 Hz for
frequencies between 300 and 3500 db
Audio channel crosstalk: Greater than 50 db over the frequency range of 300 to 3500 Hz
Audio channel limiting: 0 for signals of +3.0 dbm or less
8. Data Communication Equipment
Input signal level: 0 to -40 dbm
Output signal level: -2 (±2) dbm
Bit rate: Selectable for 600, 750, 1200, or 1500 bps
Remote stations: 20
9. Power Equipment
Primary power: 50- or 60-Hz motor generator or diesel engine generator
Input to 50-Hz motor
generator set: 230/400v, 50-Hz, 3-phase wye, four-wire, 74 amp (372 amp max
inrush current) commercial power

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Item/function Characteristics

Input to 60-Hz motor


generator set: 120/208v, 60-Hz, 3-phase wye, four-wire, 140 amp (710 amp max
inrush current) commercial power
Input to power cabinet:
50- or 60-Hz nominal motor
generator set power output: 120/208v (+ 0.5 %), 400-Hz nominal 3-phase, four-wire, 36 kw
max steady state input to power cabinet
Diesel engine
generator power
output: 120/208v (+ 1.0%), 400-Hz (± 0.5%), 3-phase, four-wire, 30 kw
max steady state input to power cabinet
Power cabinet equipment
400-Hz ac power distribution:
Air conditioner: 120/208 vac, 3-phase, 6.5 kw
Equipment rack air
blowers: 120/208 vac, 3-phase, 1.7 kw
Remote displays (six
display consoles; one data
display group): 120 vac, phase B, 600w
MCPE equipment: 120/208 vac, 3-phase, 1.2 kw max
Display consoles (2): 120 vac, phase B, 150w
Data display groups (2): 120 vac, phase B, 30w
Utility outlets: 120 vac, phase A, 2 kw
Shelter maintenance
lights: 28 vac, 480w
Power cabinet equipment 60-Hz
ac power distribution:
Keyboard printer unit: 120 vac, 140w max
Power cabinet equipment 270v
ct vdc nominal centertapped
power distribution:
Remote displays (six
display consoles; one data
display group): 6 kw
Voice communications
equipment: 350w
Data communications
equipment: 600w
Display consoles (2): 1.9 kw
Data display groups (2): 600w
Radar interface
equipment: 1.3 kw (includes Video Simulator Unit)

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Item/function Characteristics

ADP equipment: 2.4 kw (includes Magnetic Tape Unit and Keyboard Printer Unit)
Module test set (MlTS): 370w
Power cabinet equipment
emergency power (270v ct dc)
power distribution:
Voice communications
equipment: 350w
CMOS memories (from IBDL)
Emergency lights: 60w
Environmental control
panel consumption
(maximum): +5v, 10w

1
Maximum power requirements are listed for information only. Normal system operation with two display consoles re-
quires 20 to 25 kw power input.

Table 2-3. Environmental Limitations

Conditions Maximum Minimum

Temperature 105 °F measured 4 to 6 ft above ground level -25 °F


(equipment limits
operating)
Temperature 155 °F except for keyboard printer unit -80 °F
(equipment limits Keyboard printer unit is 32 °F to 125 °F
nonoperating)
Relative humidity: 100% from -25 °F to 85 °F except for keyboard 5% (105 °F)
printer unit which is 32 °F to 125 IF
Precipitation: 8 in. in 12 hr period 0.45 in. in 1 min period Wind None
speed O to 35 knots
Wind (operating): 45 knots for a 5 min period (w ithout tiedowns) None
(gusts to 65 knots)
55 knots for a 5 min period with tiedowns or other
facilities (gusts to 85 knots)
Wind(nonoperating): 85 knots with tiedowns (gusts to 104 knots) None
Blowing snow, sand,
and dust: Sand 0.01 to 1.00 millimeter diameter at 15 knots or None
greater
Dust 0.0001 to 0.01 millimeter diameter at 15 knots
or greater
Snow 0.02 to 0.09 millimeter diameter at 10 knots or
greater at +14 °F

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Conditions Maximum Minimum

Atmospheric pressure
(operating):
a. Sea level: 31.3 in. of mercury 26.2 in. of
mercury
b. 10,000 feet 18.3 in. of
mercury
Atmospheric pressure
(nonoperating): -1300 ft 50,000ft
Ice Accumulation -20 psf None
Snow Accumulation -20 psf None
Salt fog 25 pct sodium chloride (NaCI) solution for 48 hrs None

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CHAPTER 3
MAINTENANCE CONCEPT

3-1. General. The system maintenance concept is based on two echelons. This includes on-site maintenance at the organizational
level to keep the system on the air and depot maintenance support for equipment overhaul and malfunctions not repairable on site. A
special repair activity supports USAREUR organizations by testing/repairing a select number of circuit cards. This concept does not
apply to common support equipment such as trucks, generators, air conditioners, etc. On-site maintenance personnel operate on a
removal and replacement basis, that is, isolation of malfunctions to the circuit card and removing and replacing it with an identical
circuit card. These assemblies consist of printed circuit cards, power supplies, magnetic tape cartridges, deflection amplifier
assemblies, and CRT assemblies. If a malfunction can be isolated only to a unit, or requires skills or a level of training not available
in the using unit to repair the problem, the entire unit is replaced and shipped to depot for repair. This includes items having cost that
prohibits the throw-away concept of removal and replacement.

a. Fault Notice. If a fault occurs in the AN/TSQ-73 system, the operator is alerted by visual and audible alarms on the display
panels. The visual alarm identifies the specific subsystem that has failed. The operator then calls the maintenance technician and
initiates the automatic fault isolation program for the failed subsystem. Readouts on the Automatic Data Processor front panel
indicate the fault by location code.

b. Fault Location. By referring to the fault location tables, the maintenance technician translates this area indication to a specific
group of digital circuit cards or to a single card for analog circuit types. He next goes to that piece of equipment and tests each of
these few cards with the integral Module Test Set. With the hand-held Module Test Set, the faulty card can be located within the
isolated group (normally without removing any cards or using ex- tenders).

c. Fault Correction. Because of the AN/TSQ-73's high degree of card commonality, spare cards are immediately available in the
shelter's spares storage cabinet. The operator replaces the faulty card and recycles the system to verify normal operation.

d. System Reliability .Short downtime, along with the high system reliability, enables the AN/TSQ-73 system to meet stringent
availability requirements essential to air defense control systems. Automatic fault detection and semiautomatic fault isolation and the
very few different types of self contained spares result in a low Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) and allow short maintenance training
courses. The maintainability approach involves the following:
(1) Multiple use of common cards.
(2) 175 different card types in the entire system.
(3) Built-in automatic fault detection and isolation.
(4) Easy accessibility.
(5) Self contained spares, no special or general field test equipment, easy field maintenance, and low mean time to repair.

3-2. On-Site Maintenance. On-site maintenance personnel have the necessary tools, test equipment, and documentation available
to isolate and correct circuit card malfunctions, power supply failures, and minor wiring faults. All equipment in the system is
designed and constructed to permit access to all modules (removable items) without the removal of any other module. System
software and built-in test equipment, with the aid of the MTS, can isolate 90 percent of all malfunctions to a replaceable module.
Manual techniques are provided to isolate those malfunctions software cannot.

3-3. Maintenance and Diagnostic Programs. T h e maintenance and diagnostic (M&D) programs are computer software used to
support system maintenance requirements and may be divided into three major functions.

a. System Status Function. The system status function of the M&D program provides central monitoring of errors detected by
the various fault detection functions including the computer processor unit, 32K memory unit, radar interface display equipment
consoles, video simulator unit, data communication, keyboard printer unit, magnetic tape unit, and data display group. The system
status function is periodically activated by the Battalion Operational Computer Program (BOCP) executive function to perform
analysis of fault detection reports, activation of 32K memory unit and computer processor unit fault detection, and evaluation of loop
test results. All fault detection error messages, TMON (test monitor) ERROR, OVERLOAD, and radar interface equipment LOOP
TEST, are output on the keyboard printer unit and displayed on the ADP (automatic data processor) DIAG- NOSE CODE LED display
by the system status function. The system status function initiates the computer processor unit fault detection function at least once
every 10 seconds and determines if error reports indicate equipment

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failures. Whenever the fault detection functions detect an error in the system, the system status function is activated to process the
error.

b. Fault Detection Programs. The fault detection functions localize system hardware failures to major units. These functions,
with the exception of the 32K memory unit and computer processor unit fault detection functions, which are activated by the system
status function, are part of the operational input/output processing function and do not require operator inter- face. Each major
subsystem requires its own fault detection program and when an error is detected in operation, it is reported to the system status
function for processing.

c. Fault Isolation Programs. The fault isolation functions isolate hardware faults to a small group of modules. These functions,
with the exception of the automatic data processor fault isolation functions, are loaded and called by the executive function of the
operational program in response to test switch inputs from the automatic data processor status and control panel. Each major
subassembly requires its own fault isolation program, and in addition, the radar interface equipment and 32K memory unit have
special unit fault isolation programs to locate unusual or intermittent faults when the standard fault isolation program indicates fault
free. The results of fault isolation tests are reported to the system status function for processing.

d. Subsystem Loop Test Function. The subsystem loop test function is part of the on-line fault detection program. Every 10
seconds a loop test is performed on the keyboard printer unit, magnetic tape unit, data display group, display output unit, display
console, radar interface equipment and video simulator unit equipment’s. The results are reported to the system status function
which initiates a TMON message, if an error exists, or, in the case of the radar interface equipment and video simulator unit, loop test
error messages.

3-4. System Fault Correction. Major functional units of the system are continuously monitored by the fault detection functions
under the control of the test monitor function. When an error condition exists, the test monitor function notifies the operator through
the keyboard printer unit or on the data display group. The operator may then choose to operate the system in a degraded mode, if
possible, or proceed with repair actions. The fault isolation program is activated in response to the operator's test switch selection.
The fault isolation test results are reported to the test monitor function and, if an error exists, an error stop code is displayed on the
diagnose code LED on the automatic data processor status and control panel. The error stop number identifies, through the use of
the fault catalog, a group of circuit cards associated with the fault symptom. Maintenance personnel then per- form card tests with
the module test set to isolate the malfunctioning card. To verify that the fault is corrected, the fault isolation program is rerun. If the
fault still exists, or if the cards isolated are not Module Test Set testable, fault isolation is accomplished through manual
troubleshooting techniques (described in TM 9-1430-655-20-1).

3-5. Support Equipment Maintenance. The maintenance philosophy for the Air Conditioner, Diesel Generator, MCPE, Multimeter,
Oscilloscope, Trucks, and Vacuum Cleaner shall be as established by the item developer. Maintenance procedure are described in
technical manuals provided for each item of equipment.

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CHAPTER 4
AN/TSQ-73 SYSTEM TECHNICAL MANUALS

4-1. General. The AN/TSQ-73 system technical manuals provide the necessary information to emplace; operate, and maintain the
AN/TSQ-73 system. They are structured so that the information contained is readily accessible to both operator and maintenance
personnel, as necessary.

4-2. TM 9-1425-650-12; Operator and Organizational Maintenance Manual: Overall System Description. Refer to paragraph 1-
1.

4-3. TM 9-1430-651-12; Operator's and Organizational Maintenance Manual: Emplacement and Preparation for Travel. This
manual provides the installation team with site selection data, shelter location and placement data, external connections, equipment
shutdown procedures, and stowage of system components for shipping.

4-4. TM 9-1430-652-10-1 through -7; Operator's Manual.

a. TM 9-1430-652-10-1; Operator's Manual: Display Descriptions. This manual contains descriptions of system operational
displays, including situation, status - board, and Auxiliary Read-Out (ARO) displays, as well as system operational alerts.

b. TM 9-1430-652-10-2; Operator's Manual: Controls and Indicators. This manual provides the operator with a description of
controls and indicators for all AN/TSQ-73 system hardware.

c. TM 9-1430-652-10-3; Operator's Manual: Initialization and Operations. This volume provides the operator with procedures for
performing hard- ware setup, power turn-on, optional programming procedures, Radar Interface Equipment (RIE) alinement and
software initialization procedures.

d. TM 9-1430-652-10-4; Operator's Manual: Communications. This manual describes procedures for operating the system
communications equipment. It contains instructions for performing equipment initialization, normal voice and data communications,
and emergency operations.

e. TM 9-1430-652-10-5; Operator's Manual: Radar Interface Equipment Alinement. This manual contains descriptions of Radar
Interface Equipment (RIE) hookup and operation procedures.

f. TM 9-1430-652-10-6; Operator's Manual: Operational Data. This manual contains unclassified information relating to
operational parameters for the equipment’s that comprise the system. Classified parameters are contained in TM 9-1430-652-10-
7.

4-5. TM 9-1430-655-20-1; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Overall System Maintenance. This manual provides
maintenance personnel with overall AN/TSQ-73 system maintenance instructions, fault isolation, troubleshooting, preventive
maintenance procedures, and cabling and wiring diagrams. This manual also provides maintenance personnel with maintenance and
repair data for the electrical equipment shelter and accessory equipment.

4-6. TM 9-1430-655-20-2; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Fault Catalog. This manual is a computer printout, listing in
numerical order the possible diagnose codes generated by the M&D pro- grams. The diagnose codes are displayed on the automatic
data processor panel LED readouts or printed on the keyboard printer unit if a fault condition exists. A list of probable cause circuit
cards, or a continuing manual procedure is printed next to the diagnose code in order of probability; i.e., most probable cause first.

4-7. TM 9-1430-655-20-3; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Radar Interface Equipment Maintenance. This manual
provides maintenance personnel with physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and
troubleshooting procedures, parts location, and re- pair data for the radar interface equipment (RIE). Logic theory and diagrams for
the RIE are contained in volumes -2 thru -7 to the basic TM.

4-8. TM 9-1430-655-20-4; Operational Maintenance Manual: Display Equipment Maintenance. This manual provides
maintenance personnel with physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and troubleshooting
procedures, parts location, and re- pair data for the display equipment. Logic theory and diagrams for the display equipment are
contained in volumes -2 thru -5 to the basic TM.

4-9. TM 9-1430-655-20-5; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Magnetic Tape Unit Maintenance. This manual provides
maintenance personnel with physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and troubleshooting

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procedures, parts location, and repair data for the magnetic tape unit (MTU). Logic theory and diagrams for the MTU are contained
in volumes -2 and -3 to the basic TM.

4-10. TM 9-1430-65S20-6; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Automatic Data Processor Equipment Maintenance. This
manual provides maintenance personnel with physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and
troubleshooting procedures, parts location, and repair data for the automatic data processor.

4-11. TM 9-1430-655-20-7; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Communications Equipment Maintenance. This manual
provides maintenance personnel with physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and
troubleshooting procedures, parts location, and re- pair data for the communications equipment. Logic theory and diagrams for the
communications equipment are contained in volumes -2 thru -5 to the basic TM.

4-12. TM 9-1430-655-20-8; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Power Cabinet Equipment Maintenance. This manual provides
maintenance personnel with physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and troubleshooting
procedures, parts location, and re- pair data for the power cabinet equipment.

4-13. TM 9-1430-656-20-9; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Electronic Circuit Plug-in Unit Test Set TS-3317. This
manual provides maintenance personnel with physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and
troubleshooting procedures, parts location, and re- pair data for the module test set (MTS). This manual also provides operating
procedures for using the module test set to check suspected malfunctioning circuit cards. The procedures include both in-system and
unit checkout procedures of circuit cards. Logic theory and diagrams for the MTS are contained in volumes -2 and -3 to the basic
TM.

4-14. TM 9-1430-656-14-1; Organizational and DS Maintenance Manual: Electronic Data Printer, Kleinschmidt Model 7302.
This manual provides maintenance personnel with physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and
troubleshooting procedures, parts location, and repair data for the electronic data printer (KPU).

4-15. TM 9-1430-656-14-2; Organizational and DS Maintenance Manual: Brushless, Synchronous Motor Generator Set,
Teledyne-Inet Models T021036ABFHKQVZ-3 and T043036AFHKOVYZ-3. This manual provides maintenance personnel with
physical and electrical characteristics, a functional description, fault detection and troubleshooting procedures, parts location, and
repair data for the motor generator set.

4-16. TM 43-0002-21; Organizational Maintenance Manual: Destruction of Equipment. This manual provides instructions for
destroying the AN/TSQ-73 system in the event of impending enemy capture.

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APPENDIX A
REFERENCES

Refer to TM 9-1425-655-L, for a list of other publications pertinent to this material and associated equipment.

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APPENDIX B

COMPONENTS OF END ITEM (COEI) AND BASIC ISSUE ITEMS (BII) LISTS

Section I. INTRODUCTION

B-1. Scope.
This appendix lists components of the end item and basic issue items for the AN/TSQ -73 to help you inventory the items for safe
and efficient operation of the equipment.

B-2. General.
At the end of section I are the illustrations keyed to sections II and III. The Components of End Item and Basic Issue Items (BII)
lists are divided into the following sections:
a. Section II, Components of End Item. This listing is for information purposes only, and is not authority to requisition
replacements. These items are part of the AN/TSQ-73, but they are to be removed and separately packaged for transportation or
shipment. As part of the end item, these items must be with the end item whenever it is issued or transferred between property
accounts. Illustrations are furnished to help you find and identify the items.
b. Section III, Basic Issue Items. These essential items are required to place the AN/TSQ-73 in operation, operate it, and to do
emergency repairs. Although shipped separately packaged, BII must be with the AN/TSQ- 73 during operation and when it is
transferred between property accounts. Listing these items is your authority to re- quest/requisition them for replacement based on
authorization of the end item by the TOE/MTOE. Illustrations are furnished to help you find and identify the items.

B- Explanation of Columns.
a. Column (1), Illus. Number, gives you figure and item number of the item illustrated.
b. Column (2), National Stock Number, identifies the stock number of the item to be used for requisitioning purposes.
c. Column (3), Description and Usable On Code, identifies the Federal item name followed by a minimum description when
needed. The last line below the description is the CAGEC (commercial and Government entity codes) (in parenthesis) and the part
number.
d. Column (4), U/I (unit of issue), indicates how the item is issued for the national stock number shown in column 2.
e. Column (5), Qty rqd, indicates the quantity required.

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Figure B-1. Components of End Item (COEI) Shelter.

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Figure B-2. Components of End Item (COEI), Collective Protection Equipment (Sheet 1 of 2).

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Figure B-2. Components of End Item (COEI), Collective Protection Equipment (Sheet 2 of 2).

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Figure B-3. Components of End Item (COEI), Transport Mode Number 1 and 2.

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 1 of 8).

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 2 of 8).

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 3 of 8).

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 4 of 8).

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 5 of 8).

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 6 of 8).

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 7 of 8).

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 7.1 of 8).

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Figure B-4. Components of End Item (COEI), External Cable Set (Sheet 8 of 8).

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Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd

B-1, 5965-01-038-3709 Handset EA 2


1 (18876) MIS19577

B-1, 1430-01-033-1067 Voice Comm Station EA 4


2 (18876) 10281399-2

B-1, 1430-01-033-4074 Environmental Control Panel EA 1


3 (18876) 10281477-2

B-1, 1430-01-034-8726 Voice Comm Directory EA 4


6 (18876) 10285197

B-1, 1430-01-041-9922 Data Display Grp (Brigade) EA 2


8 (18876) 10281361-2

B-1, Panel, Blank EA I


8A (18876) 10283027-4
or

B-1, 1430-01-041-9922 Data Display Grp (Battalion) EA 1


8 (18876) 10281361-2 EA 1
and

B-1, Return Duct Panel (Battalion) EA 1


8B (18876) 10285185

B-1, Panel, Inlet Duct EA 1


8C (18876) 10285184-3

B-1, 1430-01-314-6169 Display Console EA 2


9 (18876) 10284960-7

B-1, 7110-01-175-5996 Rotary Chair EA 2


10 (18876) 10282540

B-1, 1430-01-037-7047 AC Line Terminator EA 1


11 (13973) 588745-151

B-1, 1430-01-076-2792 Magnetic Tape Unit EA 2


12 (18876) 10285127

B-1, Keyboard Printer Unit EA 1


1 B13 (18876)10281464

B-1, 1430-01-033-4069 Module Test Set EA 1


14 (18876)10281395

B-1, 6625-01-187-7847 Oscilloscope (Stored in maintenance van) EA 1


15 (18876) AN/USM-488

B-1, 1285-01-021-6245 Fault Isolation (FI) Module (KPU) EA 1


16 (82423)73386A

B-1, 1430-01-033-1026 Fl Module (KPU) EA 1


16 (82423) 74190A

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd

B-1, 1430-01-033-6523 Fl Module (KPU) EA 1


16 (82423) 74200A

B-1, 1430-01-033-1027 Fl Module (KPU) EA 1


16 (82423)74201A

B-1, 1430-01-033-3938 FI Module (KPU) EA 1


16 (82423)74202A

B-1, 1430-01-033-3939 Fl Module (KPU) EA 1


16 (82423)74204A

B-1, Safe EA 1
17 (18876) 10281651-11

B-1, 5895-01-098-3628 Tape Cartridge EA 6


17 or(96882) 494-9401-01
5835-01-203-0450

B-1, Carrying Case EA 6


17 (96882) 494-9037-1

B-1, 6625-01-139-2512 Multimeter EA 1


17 (80058) AN/PSM-45

B-1, 5998-01-034-3249 Fl Module EA 1


20 (13973) 149503-100

B-1, 5998-01-034-3250 Fl Module EA 1


20 (13973) 149504-100

B-1, 1430-01-150-4827 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 13143777

B-1, 5999-01-150-4828 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)13143778

B-1, 1430-01-164-9191 Fl Module (Stored in 1AlA3Al) EA 1


20 (18876) 13143913

B-1, 1430-01-033-4144 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281591

B-1, 5998-01-033-4118 Fl Module (Extender) EA 1


20 (18876) 10281593

B-1, 1430-01-033-4136 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281607

B-1, 1430-01-033-4142 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281612
or
5999-01-142-7724 Fl Module EA 1
(18876) 10283735

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd

B-1, 1430-01-033-4197 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281621

B-1, 1430-01-033-4184 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876)10281626

B-1, 1430-01-033-4192 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281627

B-1, 1430-01-033-4131 FI MODULE EA


20 (18876)10281634

B-1, 1430-01-033-1085 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281635

B-1, 1430-01-033-6588 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281636

B-1, 1430-01-033-4121 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281637

B-1, 1430-01-033-4123 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876)10281638

B-1, 1430-01-033-4165 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281639

B-1, 1430-01-033-4148 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281641

B-1, 1430-01-033-4149 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876)10281642

B-1, 1430-01-033-4152 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281643

B-1, 1430-01-033-4151 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281644

B-1, 1430-01-033-2272 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281646

B-1, 1430-01-034-4193 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876)10281648

B-1, 1430-01-033-4163 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281656

B-1, 1430-01-033-7858 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10285432-11

B-1, 1430-01-033-4164 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281662

B-1, 1430-01-033-4185 FI MODULE EA 1


20 (18876) 10281667
See footnote at end of table.
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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd

B-1, 1430-01-071-1678 Fl Module EA 1


20 (1 8876) 1 0282852-2

B-1, 1430-01-033-4155 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281671

B-1, 1430-01-033-4139 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281672

B-1, 1430-01-033-4187 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281673

B-1, 1430-01-033-4169 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281675

B-1, 1430-01-033-4141 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10281679

B-1, 1430-01-033-4156 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10281680

B-1, 1430-01-034-1630 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281681

B-1, 1430-01-033-4143 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281682

B-1, 1430-01-033-4147 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10281684

B-1, 1430-01-033-4127 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281685

B-1, 1430-01-033-4128 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281686

B-1, 1430-01-033-4130 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10281688

B-1, 1430-01-033-6592 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10282364

B-1, 1430-01-033-4161 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10281691

B-1, 1430-01-033-4160 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10281692

B-1, 1430-01-033-4159 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281693

B-1, 1430-01-062-5815 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282848

B-1, 1430-01-033-4167 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281709

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Descrlption
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Rqd

B-1, 1430-01-034-1631 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281735

B-1, 1430-01-034-1633 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281776

B-1, 1430-01-033-4174 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281777 -

B-1, 1430-01-033-4140 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281784

B-1, 1430-01-033-4124 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281785

B-1, 1430-01-033-4173 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281786

B-1, 1430-01-033-6590 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281798

B-1, 1430-01-033-4146 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10281799

B-1, 1430-01-033-4129 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10282351

B-1, 1430-01-034-9162 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282357

B-1, 1430-01-033-6589 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282700

B-1, 1430-01-033-4172 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10282701

B-1, 1430-01-033-4171 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282719

B-1, 1430-01-033-4170 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282749

B-1, 1430-01-033-4135 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876)10282752

B-1, 5998-01-307-1728 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282761-11

B-1, 5998-01-307-1729 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282763-11

B-1, 5998-01-307-2618 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282764-11

B-1, 5998-01-307-2620 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282765-11

See footnote at end of table.

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd

B-1, 5998-01-307-2621 Fl Module EA 1


20 (18876) 10282766-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-7074 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282768-11
B-1, 5998-01-309-4643 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282769-11
B-1, 5998-01-307-2622 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282770-11
B-1, 5998-01-309-1434 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282771-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-3568 FI Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282772-11
B-1, 5998-01-307-1727 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282773-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-7071 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282774-11
B-1, 5998-01-307-9111 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282775-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-0500 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282776-11
B-1, 5998-01-309-1435 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282777-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-0501 FI Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282778-11
B-1, 5998-01-307-9114 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282794-11
B-1, 5998-01-307-9115 FI Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282795-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-0362 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876)10282796-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-0363 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282797-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-3569 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282798-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-3570 Fl Module EA 1
20 (18876) 10282799-11
B-1, 5998-01-308-0364 Fl Module EA 1
21 (18876) 10282800-11

See footnote at end of table.

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Fig and National Stock Description
Item No Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Oty Rqd

B-1, 5998-01-308-0365 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282801-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-3571 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282802-11

B-1, 5998-01-309-9317 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282803-11

B-1, 5998-01-309-1436 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282804-11

B-1, 5998-01-315-4311 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282805-11

B-1, 1430-01-034-1632 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876)10282817

B-1, 1430-01-033-1086 Fl Module EA


21 (18876)10283626

B-1, 1430-01-033-4182 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876)10283627

B-1, 1430-01-034-9165 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876)10283628

B-1, 1430-01-033-4183 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876)10283629

B-1, 1430-01-033-4195 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283630

B-1, 5998-01-310-2203 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283631-11

B-1, 5998-01-309-9313 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283700-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-7072 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283633-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-7073 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283634-11

B-1, 5998-01-307-2619 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283635-11

B-1, 5998-01-313-2278 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283636-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-7075 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283637-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-7076 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283638-11
See footnote at end of table.

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No Number CAGE and Part No. U/l Qty Rqd

B-1, 1430-01-033-4196 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283640

B-1, 5998-01-307-4883 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283641-11

B-1, 1430-01-033-4189 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876)10283642

B-1, 1430-01-033-1087 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876)10283643

B-1, 5998-01-315-9362 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10284661-11

B-1, 1430-01-034-9163 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876)10284725

B-1, 1430-01-033-4179 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10284731

B-1, 1430-01-040-7224 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) MIS 19600

B-1, 5999-01-011-2448 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587100-102

B-1, 5999-01-017-0909 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587101-102

B-1, 5895-00-349-5969 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587102-102

B-1, 5895-00-349-5974 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587103-102

B-1, 5895-00-349-5970 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587104-102

B-1, 5895-00-349-5993 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587105-102

B-1, 5895-00-349-5941 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587106-102

B-1, 5999-01-009-8366 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587107-102

B-1, 5895-00-349-5997 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587108-102

B-1, 5999-01-010-5103 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587109-102

B-1, 5999-01-011-2447 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587110-102

See footnote at end of table.

Change 12 B-21
TM 9-1425-650-12
Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Oty Rqd

B-1, 5895-00-349-5989 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587117-102

B-1, 5895-00-534-4313 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587118-100

B-1, 5895-00-349-5976 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587119-100

B-1, 5999-01-033-6587 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587124-103

B-1, 5895-00-349-6024 Fl Module EA l


21 (13973) 587128-100

B-1, 5999-01-009-8363 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587130-102

B-1, 5999-01-017-0907 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587139-100

B-1, 1430-01-034-2273 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281601

B-1, 1430-01-033-1084 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281602

B-1, 1430-01-033-4157 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281603

B-1, 1430-01-033-4122 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281606

B-1, 1430-01-033-4126 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281609

B-1, 1430-01-033-6591 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281610

B-1, 1430-01-033-4137 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281629

B-1, 1430-01-033-4188 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281633

B-1, 5999-01-262-8499 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281647-11

B-1, 1430-01-035-0835 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281652

B-1, 1430-01-033-4138 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281694

B-1, 1430-01-033-4158 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281696
See footnote at end of table.

Change 12 B-22
TM 9-1425-650-12
Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd

B-1, 1430-01-033-4168 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281698

B-1, 1430-01-033-4166 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281707

B-1, 1430-01-033-4134 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281780

B-1, 1430-01-033-4145 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281787

B-1, 599,8-01-308-0502 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282779-11

B-1, 5998-,01-308-0503 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282780-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-0504 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282781-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-0359 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282782-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-0505 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282783-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-0360 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282784-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-3572 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282785-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-0361 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282786-11

B-1, 5998-01-307-2279 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282787-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-4496 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282788-11

B-1, 5998-01-307-9112 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282789-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-4497 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282790-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-4498 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282791-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-3573 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282792-11

B-1, 5998-01-308-0506 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282793-11

See footnote at end of table.


Change 12 B-23
TM 9-1425-650-12
Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Oty Rqd

B-1, 5998-01-033-1082 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283505

B-1, 1430-01-033-4178 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10283645

B-1, 5999-01-020-4591 Fl Module EA 1


21 (13973) 587151-103

B-1, 1430-01-033-4150 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10281705

B-1, 1430-01-033-4132 Fl Module EA 1


21 (18876) 10282354

B-1, 1430-01-034-0507 F! Module (MTS Adapter) EA 1


21 (18876) 10281585

B-1, 1430-01-033-4115 Fl Module (MTS Adapter) EA 1


21 (18876) 10281586

B-1, 1430-01-033-4117 FI Module (MTS Adapter) EA 1


21 (18876)10281587

B-1, 1430-01-034-9161 FI Module (MTS Adapter) EA 1


21 (18876) 10281588

B-1, 1430-01-033-4116 Fl Module (MTS Adapter) EA 1


21 (18876) 10281589

B-1, 1430-01-033-4190 Fl Module (MTS Adapter) EA 1


21 (18876) 10281590

|B-1, 1430-01-033-4054 Terminator, Display Radar EA 1


22 (18876)10282674

B-1, 1430-01-033-4055 Terminator, Display Video EA 1


22 (18876)10282675

B-1, 5120-01-150-0374 Extractor, LED EA 1


22 (18876)10282382

B-1, 7510-00-923-0252 KPU Ribbons EA 3


22 (18876)10284642

B-1, 5998-00-467-5063 Extractor, Circuit Card EA 1


22 (13973) 861179-1

B-1, 5995-00-717-9887 Patch Cord, 12" Single EA 8


22 (18876) 10284620-2

B-1, 5995-00-998-0924 Patch Cord, 24" Single EA 8


22 (18876) 10284620-4

B-1, 5995-00-113-0970 Patch Cord, 36" Single EA 8


22 (18876) 10284620-6

B-1, 5995-00-241-7489 Patch Cord, 12" Dual EA 4


22 (18876) 10284620-8

Change 12 B-24
TM 9-1425-650-12
Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd

B-1, 5995-00-102-1494 Patch Cord, 24" Dual EA 4


22 (18876) 10284620-10

B-1, 5995-00-113-0971 Patch Cord, 36" Dual EA 4


22 (18876) 10284620-12

B-1, 1430-01-033-1072 Probe Assembly (MTS) EA 1


23 (18876)10285061

B-1, 6150-01-033-3972 Cable Assembly W21 0 (MTS) EA 1


23 (18876) 10281448

B-1, 5999-01-063-7912 Fl Module EA 1


23 (96682) 464-9201-1

B-1, 5999-01-272-4986 Fl Module EA 1


23 (96682) 464-9201 22

B-1, 5999-01-063-7914 Fl Module EA 1


23 (96682) 464-9201-1

B-1, 6220-01-041-2065 Light Assembly EA 1


26 (18876) 10284607-2

B-1, 1430-01-034-9150 DC Line Terminator EA 8


28 (13973) 588744-151

B-1, Cross-strap Assembly EA 1


36 (18876)10281572

B-1, 1430-01-033-4054 Display Radar Terminator EA 1


38 (18876) 10282674

B-1, 1430-01-033-4055 Display Video Terminator EA 2


38 (18876)10282675

B-1, 1430-01-037-7047 AC Line Terminator EA 1


38 (13973) 588745-151

B-1, 5965-00-755-4656 Headset EA 4


38 or( 81349) H157AIC
5965-01-128-1410

B-1, 1430-01-037-0508 Display Output Terminator EA 1


39 (18876)10282670

B-1, 4120-00-951-1055 Air Conditioner EA 1


40 (97403) B060098
or
TA1 321 6E6320F

B-2, 4240-01-048-2923 M1 2 Protective Entrance EA 1


1 (81361) E5-19-6201-20

B-2, Protective Entrance Control Module EA 1


2 (81361) E5-196402
See footnote at end of table.

Change 12 B-25
TM 9-1425-650-12
Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Oty Rqd

B-2, Air Valve & Silencer EA 1


3 (81361) D5-19-6628

B-2, 4720-01-063-4567 Air Duct Hose EA 8


4 (81 344) C5-1 9-61 81 -20

B-2, 4240-01-057-3378 Compartment Control Module EA 1


5 (81361) E5-19-6376

B-2, 4240-00-237-0227 M56 Gas Particulate Filter EA 1


6 (81361) E5-19-6402

B-2, Airflow Valve EA 1


7 (81361) E5-19-6136

B-2, 1430-01-222-6781 Air Transition Vent EA 1


9 (18876)10284494

B-2, 4240-01-068-8645 Power Distribution Unit A 1


10 (81361) E5-19-6387

B-2, 1430-01-035-5975 Swivel Strap EA 9


11 (18876)10284286
4240-01-063-7679 Installation Kit M263 EA 1
(81361) PL-19-6705
: consisting of

B-2, 4720-01-074-9220 Air Duct Hose EA 1


8 (83144) C5-19-6181-10

B-2, 4730-01-049-0805 Air Duct Adapter EA 5


12 (81361) C5-19-6182

B-2, 4730-01-049-0805 Air Duct Holder - EA 9


13 (81361) C5-19-6180

B-1, Fitting EA 1
14 (81361) 836-WN

B-1, 5310-00-444-7974 Jam Nut 1 EA I


14A (96906) MS9361-13

B-1, Screen EA 1
14B (18876) 10282872

B-2, 4240-01-061-7233 Interface Frame EA 1


15 (81361) E5-19-5908

B-2, 6150-01-069-3494 Cable (CP4 to PDU-J3) EA 1


16 (81361) C5-196160-40

B-2, 6150-01-225-6244 Cable (CCM-J1 to CP4) EA 1


17 (81361) C5-19-6160-50

B-2, 6150-01-073-3439 Cable (PDU to J5PE-J21) EA 1


18 (81361) C5-19-6162-10
Change 12 B-26
TM 9-1425-650-12
Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. UA Oty Rqd

B-2, 6150-01-069-9826 Cable (J7 to PDU-J7) EA 1


19 (81361) C5-19-6684

B-2, 1430-01-206-5831 Cable (PDU-J2 to J5) EA 1


20 or (80063) C5-19-6170-10
4240-01-067-8376

B-2, 6150-01-068-2355 Cable (PE-J20 to J15) EA 1


21 (81361) C5-19-6170-40 I

B-2, 4730-01-050-7540 Tube-to Hose Adapter EA 1


22 (30327) KFO3-04RV

B-2, 4730-01-067-9232 Pipe-to-Tube Adapter EA 1


23 (81361) B5-19-6654

B-2, 5310-00-897-6081 Hex Jam Nut EA 1


24 (96906) MS35691-32

B-2, 4720-00-065-8682 3/16 in. Rubber Hose FT 12


25 (30327) C403

B-2, RFI Gasket EA 1


26 (96906) 860500-206

B-2, Electrical Connector EA 1


27 (96906) MS311 9E-20-16Z

B-2, 5935-00-762-1392 Electrical Connector Cover EA 1


28 (96906) MS3181-20C

B-3, Shelter and Equipment Assembly (Battalion) EA 1


1 (18876) 13143901-2
or
Shelter and Equipment Assembly (Brigade) EA 1
(18876) 13143901-3

B-3, Pallet Assembly EA 1


1A (18876)10284700

B-3, 2320-01-050-8988 5-Ton Truck M814 EA 1


2 (19207)
and
AN/TSQ-73 Transport Mode EA 1
(18876) 10284530-3

B-3, 1440-01-052-9658 Tie-down Strap EA 4


3 (18876) 10284649-2

B-3, Cable Reel EA 6


4 (18876)10282863
B-3, Handle Assembly EA 4
5 (18876)10283697

Change 12 B-27
TM 9-1425-650-12
Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
Fig and National Stock Description
Item No. Number CAGE and Part No. U/I Oty Rqd

B-3, 1430-01-033-4079 Motor Generator (60 Hz) EA 1


6 (18876) 10285058-5
or
1430-01-039-4863 Motor Generator (50 Hz) EA 1
(18876) 10285058-6
B-3, Transit Case EA 1
6A (18876) 10284785-3
B-3, Display Junction Box EA 1
7 (18876) 10284920
B-3, 5895-01-067-8670 Local-Remote Switching Unit (LRSU) EA 1
8 (80063) SM-E-951871
B-3, 1430-01-033-6578 Radar Junction Box EA 1
9 (18876) 10285092-1
B-3, Spreader Bar EA 2
11 (18876) 10284914-3
B-3, 6920-01-057-4029 Cable Reel EA 14
12 (13973) 536423-006
B-3, Frame Assembly EA 1
13 (18876)10284538
B-3, Frame Assembly EA 1
13A (18876) 10284538-2
B-3, Pallet Assembly EA 1
13B (18876) 10285074-1
B-3, Ground Plate EA 1
14 (18876) 10283715-1
B-3, 3895-01-052-3914 Cable Reeling Machine EA 2
16 (18876) 10285260-1
B-3, 2320-01-050-8987 5-Ton Truck M814 EA 1
17 (19207)
and
Support Equipment and Vehicle Modification EA 1
B-3, 3895-01-051-4154 Cable Reel EA 18
18 (18876) 10285275-1
External Cable Set EA 1
(18876) 10281356-4
: consisting of
B-4, 6150-01-033-3959 Cable (W123) EA 22
1 (18876) 10281480-1
B-4, 6150-01-033-4029 Cable (W1 02) EA 1
2 (18876) 10281482

Change 12 B-28
TM 9-1425-650-12

Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Number Description GAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd
Item No

B-4, 6150-01-067-5924 Cable (W103) EA 1


3 (18876) 10281483-4
B-4, 6150-01-033-4027 Cable (Wl04) EA 1
4 (18876) 10281484
B-4, 1430-01-066-8702 Cable (W105) EA 1
5 (18876) 10281485-8
B-4, 6150-01-033-4016 Cable (W106) EA 1
6 (18876) 10281486
B-4, 6150-01-066-8703 Cable (W107) EA 1
7 (18876) 10281487-4
B-4, 6150-01-033-1048 Cable (W108) EA 1
8 (18876) 10281488
B-4, 6150-01-033-4034 Cable (W110) EA 1
9 (18876) 10281490
B-4, 6150-01-033-4035 Cable (W112) EA 1
10 (18876) 10281492
B-4, 6150-01-042-4923 Cable (W1 13) EA 1
11 (18876) 10281493-3
B-4, 6150-01-042-4922 Cable (W 114) EA 1
12 (18876) 10281494-3
B-4, 6150-01-042-4921 Cable (W115) EA 1
13 (18876) 10281495-2
B-4, 6150-01-065-8947 Cable (W147) EA 1
14 (18876) 10282678-2
B-4, 6150-01-065-8946 Cable (W148) EA 1
15 (18876) 10282679-2
B-4, 6150-01-066-0104 Cable (W149) EA 1
16 (18876) 10282680-2
B-4, 6150-01-033-1049 Cable (W171) EA 1
17 (18876) 10282171
B-4, 6150-01-033-4022 Cable (W172) EA 1
18 (18876) 10282172
B-4, 6150-01-033-3953 Cable (W173) EA 1
19 (18876) 10282173
B-4, 6150-01-033-3965 Cable (W174) EA 1
20 (18876)10282174
B-4, 6150-01-037-0504 Cable (W175) EA 1
21 (18876)10282175
B-4, 6150-01-033-1052 Cable (W157) EA 1
22 (18876)10282690

Change 12 B-29
TM 9-1425-650-12

Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Number Description GAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd
Item No

B-4, 6150-01-033-3963 Cable (W158) EA 1


23 (18876)10282691
B-4, 6150-01-033-3955 Cable (W159) EA 1
24 (18876)10282692
B-4, 6150-01-065-8948 Cable (W592) EA 1
25 (18876) 10282693-5
B-4, 1430-01-033-3951 Cable (W161) EA 1
26 (18876)10282694
B-4, 6150-01-034-1565 Cable (W1 62) EA 1
27 (18876) 10282697-3
B-4, 6150-01-034-1563 Cable (W1 63) EA 1
28 (18876) 10282697-4
B-4, 6150-01-034-1561 Cable (W165) EA 1
29 (18876) 10282697-7
B-4, 6150-01-034-1560 Cable (W166) EA 1
30 (18876) 10282697-8
B-4, 6150-01-033-3962 Cable (W170) EA 1
31 (18876) 10282687-2
B-4, 1430-01-066-8701 Cable (W591) EA 1
32 (18876) 10281485-9
B-4, 5995-01-139-9746 Cable (Elec Ground) EA 15
33 (18876) 10283712
B-4, 6150-01-033-3970 Cable (W600) EA 1
34 (18876)10282334
B-4, 6150-01-036-0646 Cable (W601) EA 1
35 (18876)10282332
B-4, 6150-01-034-1570 Cable (W602) EA 1
36 (18876) 10282337-1
B-4, 6150-01-034-1559 Cable (W603) EA 1
36A (18876) 10282337-2
B-4, 6150-01-033-4087 Cable (W604) EA 1
37 (18876)10282335
B-4, 6150-01-033-3971 Cable (W605) EA 1
38 (18876)10282331
B-4, 6150-01-033-4086 Cable (W606) EA 1
39 (18876)10282336
B-4, 6150-01-037-0503 Cable (W607) EA 1
40 (18876)10282330
B-4, 6150-01-033-1051 Cable (W608) EA 1
41 (18876)10282333

Change 12 B-30
TM 9-1425-650-12

Section II. COMPONENTS OF END ITEM - Continued

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Number Description GAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd
Item No

B-4, 6150-01-033-4025 Cable (W609) EA 1


42 (18876)10282338
B-4, 6150-01-033-4026 Cable (W610) EA 1
43 (18876) 10282339
B-4, 6150-01-033-3973 Cable (W611) EA 1
44 (18876)10282340
B-4, 6150-01-044-0332 Cable (W612) EA 1
45 (18876) 10282347
1
Basic PN is an acceptable alternate.
2
Part number 465-9001-1 is an acceptable alternate.

Section III. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Number Description GAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd
Item No

B-1, Left Operator Curtain EA 1


5 (18876) 10285048-2
B-1, 6545-00-922-1200 First Aid Kit EA 1
15 (64616) SCC-6545-IL VOL 2
B-1, 7510-00-889-3494 Binder, Looseleaf w/Forms EA 1
17 (81349) MIL-B-43064
B-1, Teletypewriter Roll Paper RO 7
18 (18876) 10284777
B-1, 6230-00-264-8261 Flashlight EA 1
19 (81349) MIL-F-3747
B-1, 7520-00-162-6178 Pencil Sharpener EA 1
24 (06542) FED-STD-58
B-1, 6645-00-224-8632 Clock EA 1
25 (81349) MIL-C-1194 Type A
B-1, Right Operator Curtain EA 1
27 (18876) 10284579
B-1, 4210-00-243-0863 Pick-Head Axe EA 1
29 (80049) 56D6221
B-1, 5120-00-255-1476 Hand Hammer EA 1
30 (81348) GGG-HH-86
B-1, 5340-00-285-6523 Padlock EA 1
31 (53085) 8077

Change 12 B-31
TM 9-1425-650-12

Section Ill. BASIC ISSUE ITEMS

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Number Description GAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd
Item No

B-1, 4210-00-270-4512 Fire Extinguisher EA 1


32 (81348) O-E-910
B-1, 4210-00-595-4085 Fire Extinguisher Bracket EA 1
33 (53711) D737907
B-1, Blackout Curtain EA 2
34 (18876) 10284302
B-1, 5180-00-427-7682 Tool Kit EA 1
35 (18876) SC5180-92CLA61
B-3, 2540-00-854-4445 Ladder EA 2
1A, 10 (19207)8722222
B-3, 5975-00-642-8937 Ground Rod EA 2
15 (81336) PD 380
1670-01-027-2902 Helicopter Lifting Sling EA 1
(78286) 38850-00001-041
7910-00-530-6260 Vacuum Cleaner EA 1
(81349) MIL-C-52074
6730-00-116-1618 Microfiche Viewer EA 1
(81349) MIL-V-80240
TM 9-1425-650-12, Overall System Description
TM 9-1430-651-12, Emplacement and Preparation for
Travel
TM 9-1430-652-10-1, Displays, ARO, and Alert
Definitions
TM 9-1430-652-10-2, Controls and Indicators
TM 9-1430-652-10-3, Initialization and Operating
Procedures
TM 9-1430-652-10-4, Data and Voice Communications
Procedures
TM 9-1430-652-10-5, RIE Alinement Procedures
TM 9-1430-652-10-6, Operational Data
(C) TM 9-1430-652-10-7, Reference Data (U)
TM 9-1430-656-14-1, KPU
TM 9-1430-656-14-2, Motor Generator
TM 5-4120-361-14, Air Conditioner

Change 12 B-32
TM 9-1425-650-12

APPENDIX C
ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION LIST

C1. Scope.
This lists additional items you are authorized for the support of the AN/TSQ-73.

C2. General.
This list identifies items that do not have to accompany the AN/TSQ-73 and that do not have to be turned in with it.
These items are all authorized to you by CTA, MTOE, TDA, or JTA.

C3. Explanation of Listing.


National stock numbers, descriptions, and quantities are provided to help you identify and request the additional items
you require to support this equipment. The items are listed in figure and item number order.

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)


Fig and National Stock Number Description GAGE and Part No. U/I Qty Rqd
Item No

B-1, 5935-01-093-8521 Receptacle Connector EA 1


19 (13973) 861041-1
B-1, 5935-00-959-0563 Test Point Connector EA 1
19 (13973)533385
B-1, 1430-01-094-4933 Electrical Extender Card EA 1
19 (13973) 588802-153
B-1, 5120-00-957-3652 Screwdriver Bit EA 1
35 (30106) HW14
B-1, 5120-01-382-0220 Screwdriver Bit EA 1
35 (30106) HW17
B-1, 5120-00-243-7326 Extension Bar, 5-in, 1/2-in. drive EA 1
35 (58536) A-A-2170
B-1, 5120-00-227-8074 Extension Bar, 10-in., 1/2-in. drive EA 2
35 (58536) A-A-2170
B-1, 5120-00-931-8361 Torque Wrench EA 1
35 (30106) TS-30
B-1, 5120-00-935-7422 Socket 3/4-in., 1/2-in. drive EA 1
35 (30106) A-24
B-1, 5120-00-269-7971 Universal Joint EA 1
35 (58536) A-A-2169
B-1, 5120-01-035-0225 Extension, Socket Wrench, 32-in., 3/8-in. drive EA 1
37 (18876)10284573

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APPENDIX D
EXPENDABLE AND DURABLE ITEMS LIST

See TM 9-1430-655-20-1, Appendix B.

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APPENDIX E
INSTRUCTION PLACARDS

E-1. Scope.
This appendix illustrates the various decals, plaques, placards, and data plates found on the AN/TSQ-73 system.
These placards are positioned both on the inside and the outside of the shelter.

E-2. General.
Figure E-1, Instruction Placards, illustrates placards that provide warnings, cautions, directions and operating
information. Figure E-2, Nomenclature Placards, illustrates placards that provide equipment name, description and serial
number data.

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Figure E-1. Instruction Placards (Sheet 1 of 7)

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Figure E-1. Instruction Placards (Sheet 2 of 7)

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Figure E-1. Instruction Placards (Sheet 3 of 7)

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Figure E-1. Instruction Placards (Sheet 4 of 7)

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Figure E-1. Instruction Placards (Sheet 5 of 7)

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Figure E-1. Instruction Placards (Sheet 6 of 7)

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Figure E-1. Instruction Placards (Sheet 7of 7)

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Figure E-2. Nomenclature Placards.

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APPENDIX F
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS/ACRONYMS

AADCP Army Air Defense Command Post


AAL Additional Authorization List
ADC Analog-to-Digital Converter
ADI Air Defense Interface
ADIZ Air Defense Identification Zone
ADP Automatic Data Processor
ARO Auxiliary Readout
ASCII American Standard Code for Information Interchange
ATDL Automatic Tactical Data Link
ATMS Air Traffic Management Systems

BII Basic Issue Items


BITE Built-In Test Equipment

CA Command Administration
CBR Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (Warfare)
COEI Components of End Item
CPU Central Processor Unit
CRT Cathode Ray Tube

DDG Data Display Group


DLRP Data Link Reference Point
DOU Display Output Unit

ECM Electronic Countermeasures


EMI Electromagnetic Interference

FI Fault Isolation
FSCL Forward Support Coordination Line
FSK Frequency-Shift Keyed
FU Fire Unit

GEOREF Geographic Reference

ICC Information Control Central


IFF Identification Friend or Foe
IOM Input/Output Multiplexer
IOU Input/Output Unit
IOX Input/Output Exchange

KPU Keyboard Printer Unit

LASHE Low Altitude Simultaneous HAWK Engagement

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LED Light Emitting Diode


LRSU Local-Remote Switching Unit
LTU Line Termination Unit

MCPE Modular Collective Protection Equipment


MEZ Missile Engagement Zone
M&D Maintenance and Diagnostic
MSE Mobile Subscriber Equipment
MTC Magnetic Tape Cartridge
MTI Moving Target Indicator
MTS Module Test Set
MTT Magnetic Tape Transport
MTU Magnetic Tape Unit
MTTR Mean Time to Repair

OC Operational Control
OI Operator Interface

PPI Plan Position Indicator


PRF Pulse Repetition Frequency

RAMIT Rate-Aided Manually Initiated Tracking


RIE Radar Interface Equipment
RJB Radar Junction Box
RU Reporting Unit

SIF Selective Identification Feature


SLTU Secure Line Termination Unit

TADIL Tactical Digital Information Link


TEBA Treat Evaluation and Battalion Assignment
TED Trunk Encryption Device
TEWA Threat Evaluation and Weapon Assignment
TMON Test Monitor
TOS Tactical Operational Systems

UPS Universal Power Supply


USAREUR U.S. Army Europe

VCS Voice Comm Station


VDU Video Display Unit

WCZ Weapons Control Zone

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INDEX

Subject Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number

A
Abbreviations ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................... 1-5,
F-1
Additional Authorization List ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... C-1
AN/TSQ-73 Software ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 1-12
Operational Program ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 1-12b
Simulation Programs ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 1-12c
Fault Detection and Isolation Programs ................................ ................................ ..................... 1-12d
AN/TSQ-73 System Compatible Radar and IFF/SIF Equipment ................................ ................... T 1-3
AN/TSQ-73 System Technical Manuals (Summaries) ................................ ................................ .. 4-1
B
Basic Issue Items ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... B-1
Battalion System ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 1-17,
................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... F 1-9
Air Track Identification ................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 1-17c
Data Exchange with Other Systems ................................ ................................ .......................... 1-17f
External Interfaces (Brigade Deployed) ................................ ................................ ..................... F 1-10
External Interfaces (Brigade Not Deployed) ................................ ................................ .............. F 1-11
Target Acquisition ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 1-17a
Threat Evaluation and Weapon Assignment ................................ ................................ .............. 1-17d
Tracking ................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 1-17b
Weapon Control and Monitoring ................................ ................................ ................................ 1-17e
Brigade and Battalion System Parameters ................................ ................................ ................... 1-15b,
T 1-2,
F 1-6
Brigade System ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 1-16,
F 1-7
Data Exchange with Other Systems ................................ ................................ .......................... 1-16e
External Interfaces ................................ ................................ ................................ .................... F 1-8
Identification ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 1-16b
Threat Evaluation and Battalion Assignment ................................ ................................ ............. 1-16c
Track Management ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 1-16a
Weapon Monitoring and Control by Exception ................................ ................................ ........... 1-16d
C
Communication Options ................................ ................................ ................................ ............... 1-18k,
F 1-18
Components of End Item (COEI) ................................ ................................ ................................ .. B-1
CRT Display Radar Data and Symbology ................................ ................................ ..................... F 1-13
D
Destruction of Army Materiel to Prevent Enemy Use ................................ ................................ .... 1-4
Display Console Modes of Operation ................................ ................................ ............................ 1-18b,
F 1-15,
F 1-16
Display Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 1-18a,
F 1-12

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Subject Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number

Data Display Group Characters F 1-14


Data Recording and Reduction................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 1-18h
E
Emergency Power Shutdown................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 1-22
F
Functional Characteristics ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 2-4
AN/TSQ-73 System Interface Diagram ................................ ................................ ...................... F 2-3
Automatic Data Processor Equipment ................................ ................................ ....................... 2-7
Communications Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 2-8
Data Communication ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 2-8b
Data Display Group (DDG) ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 2-5b
Display Console ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 2-5a
Display Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 2-5
Environmental Limitations................................ ................................ ................................ .......... T 2-3
Module Test Set................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 2-10
Physical and Electrical Data................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 2-11,
T 2-1,
T 2-2
Power Cabinet Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 2-9
Radar Interface Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 2-6
Voice Communication ................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 2-8a
G
Guided Missile Air Defense System AN/TSQ-73 ................................ ................................ ........... F 1-1
Maintainability ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 1-13
l
Instruction Placards ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... F E-1
M
Maintenance Concept ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 3-1
Fault Correction ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 3-1c
Fault Detection Programs ................................ ................................ ................................ .......... 3-3b
Fault Isolation Programs ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3-3c
Fault Location ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 3-1b
Fault Notice ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................... 3-1a
Maintenance and Diagnostic Programs ................................ ................................ ...................... 3-3
On-Site Maintenance ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 3-2
Subsystem Loop Test Function ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 3-3d
Support Equipment Maintenance ................................ ................................ ............................... 3-5
System Fault Correction................................ ................................ ................................ ............. 3-4
System Reliability ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 3-1d
System Status Function ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 3-3a
Maintenance Forms and Procedures ................................ ................................ ............................ 1-2
Map Generation and Display ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 1-18e,
F 1-17

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Subject Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number

N
Nomenclature Placards ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. F E-2
O
Official Nomenclature ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 1-6,
T 1-1
Operational Features................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 1-18
Communications Options ................................ ................................ ................................ ........... 1-18k
Data Recording and Reduction................................ ................................ ................................ ... 1-18h
Display Console Modes of Operation ................................ ................................ ......................... 1-18b
Display Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 1-18a,
F 1-12
Fault Detection................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 1-18l
Fault Isolation ................................ ................................ ................................ ............................ 1-18j
Field Utilities ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 1-18i
Map Generation and Display ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 1-18e
Simulation and Raid Generation ................................ ................................ ................................ 1-18f
Simulation Playback ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 1-18g
Site Adaptation ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 1-18d
System Control Features................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 1-18c
P
Physical and Electrical Characteristics ................................ ................................ .......................... 2-1
Communications Equipment Rack ................................ ................................ ............................. 2-2d
Data Display Group (DDG) ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 2-2b
Display Console ................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 2-2a
Electrical Characteristics ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ 2 2-2
Environmental Control Panel Assembly ................................ ................................ ..................... 2-2k
External Shelter Description................................ ................................ ................................ ....... 2-3
Internal Shelter Description ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 2-2
Keyboard Printer Unit................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 2-2g
Magnetic Tape Unit................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 2-2h
Main Electronics Equipment Rack................................ ................................ .............................. 2-2c
Maintenance Bench ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 2-2l
MCPE Compartment Control Module ................................ ................................ ......................... 2-2j
Module Test Set................................ ................................ ................................ ......................... 2-2i
Physical Characteristics ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ T 2-1
Power Cabinet ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 2-2e
Shelter Lighting................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 2-2m
Shelter Ventilation................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 2-2n
System Shelter (Exterior)................................ ................................ ................................ ........... F 2-2
System Shelter (Interior) ................................ ................................ ................................ ............ F 2-1
Voice Communication Stations ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 2-2f
Purpose and Use................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 1-14
R
References................................ ................................ ................................ ................................ .... A-1
Relationship of Data Displays to Other AN/TSQ-73 Equipment ................................ ..................... F 1-5

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Subject Paragraph,
Figure, Table
Number

Reporting Equipment Publications Improvements ................................ ................................ ......... 1-3


S
Safety Equipment................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 1-20
Support Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 1-21,
F 1-19
Air Conditioner ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 1-21i
Cable Reeling Machine................................ ................................ ................................ .............. 1-21c
Display Junction Box................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 1-21h
External Cable Set................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 1-21f
Local Remote Switching Unit ................................ ................................ ................................ ..... 1-21l
Modular Collective Protection Equipment................................ ................................ ................... 1-21j
Motor Generator Set ................................ ................................ ................................ .................. 1-21b
Radar Junction Box................................ ................................ ................................ .................... 1-21g
System Shelter and Support Equipment Trucks ................................ ................................ ......... 1-21a
Transit Case ................................ ................................ ................................ .............................. 1-21k
Transport No. 1 Pallet Assembly ................................ ................................ ................................ 1-21d
Transport No. 2 Pallet Assembly ................................ ................................ ................................ 1-2 1e
System Description ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 1-7
ADP Peripheral Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ........ 1-10d
Arrangement of Display Console ................................ ................................ ................................ 1-8b
Automatic Data Link................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 1-11e
Automatic Data Processor (ADP) ................................ ................................ ............................... 1-10
Automatic Data Processor Subassemblies ................................ ................................ ................. 1-10b
Built-In Test Equipment (BITE) ................................ ................................ ................................ .. 1-13b
Communications Patch Panel ................................ ................................ ................................ .... 1-11f
Communications Subsystem ................................ ................................ ................................ ...... 1-11
Data Display Group (DDG) ................................ ................................ ................................ ......... 1-8c
Data Terminal Set Capabilities................................ ................................ ................................ ... 1-11d
Display Consoles ................................ ................................ ................................ ....................... 1-8a
Display Equipment ................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... F 1-3
Display Subsystem................................ ................................ ................................ ..................... 1-8
Expansion Capability ................................ ................................ ................................ ................. 1-7b
Fault Isolation . ................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 1-13c
Hardware and Software Integration ................................ ................................ ............................ 1-10c
Maintainability ................................ ................................ ................................ ........................... 1-13
Modem Capabilities ................................ ................................ ................................ ................... 1-11c
Radar Interface Equipment (RIE) ................................ ................................ ............................... 1-9
Software (Description)................................ ................................ ................................ ................ 1-12
System Elements, ................................ ................................ ................................ ...................... 1-7a,
F 1-2
Typical Tactical Mode Display................................ ................................ ................................ .... F 1-4
System Functions................................ ................................ ................................ .......................... 1-15
T
Typical Map Generation Display................................ ................................ ................................ .... F 1-17
Typical Test Pattern Display................................ ................................ ................................ .......... F 1-16
Typical Tracking Mode Display................................ ................................ ................................ ...... F 1-15

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U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1995-6 33-220/002 36


By Order of the Secretary of the Army:

BERNARD W. ROGERS
General, United States Army
Chief of Staff

Official:
J. C. PENNINGTON
Brigadier General, United states Army
The Adjutant General

Distribution:

To be distributed in accordance with DA Form 12-32, Section II, organizational maintenance requirements for
AN/TSQ-73 Missile System.

*U.S. GOVFRNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1995 - 633-072/20098


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