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E;RRATA SHEET FOR

PRELIUINARY INSTRUCTION BOOK


KODEL DAV-2 RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT
ISSUED 3 OCTOBER 1944

Page 13, the 3rd and 4th paragraphs under


section "2.2 (c) LOOP CIRCUITS" are amended
to read aa follows:
'ftle loop, L-401, is the "single ended"
type, shielded and provided wi t h a tap tor
changing frequency range.
Sense voltage is applied directly to the
loop circuit through resi s t or R-403 , in the
high frequency range, and through R_403 and
R-402 in aeries, in the l ow trequency r ange.
Connection between the sense circuit and the
antenna 1e made by the ·"Push_Button" type
awitch, 5-404. Ch ang e of frequency range is
accomplished by moving tne links on 5_403 and
5-404, which change the numbe r of loop turns
and the resista nce in the ssnse circuit.

Page 24. the 6th pa ragraph under section


"5.2 (b) 3. D. F. ALIGNMENT" 18 amended to
read as follows:
All adjustments have now been made except_
ing the antenna, which 1s best ad justed in
actual operation. With the eqUipment mounted
on the operator. and the antenna in place and
f'ully extende d , adjust ss follows: TUrn on
two transmitters, antenna collapsed, whoae
frequencies differ by a sufficient amount to
give an audible beatnote. With set on and
function switch at two_way pOSition, adjust
the antenna coil for maximum signal. Distance
between the transxoi tter and the receiver

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PRELIMINARY INSTRUCTION BOOK
MODEL DAV-2 RADIO DlRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT
ISSUED 3 OCTOBER 19¢4

UDder te st s hould be adj uatedfor only a mod-


erate signal, to insure sharp tuning indi ca-
t.ions. The normal dist.ance for this purpose
will be fr om 25 to 50 te e t. The CCI_60063
Frequency Alignment Oscillator may be subs ti-
tuted tor the two transmitters it' one is
avail abl e. It should now be pos s ible to
obtain good s ense indicat i ons. Turning 90
degrees to th e right should cause th e signal
to decrease markedly. Turning 90 deg r ees to
tbe l e ft sbould cause a de fi ni te ly noticeable
increaee in signal.

Page 29, the 6th and 7 th paragraphs under


secti on "5.3 (d) LOOP SECTION", de lete r e fer_
ence s to L-4 02 .
Pages 39, ¢2 , and page 52 , figure 4, delete
list ing of L-4 02 .
Page 39, Resistor R_402, Description . nd
Con t r .Part No. is amended to read 30,000 ohms
inste ad of 1000 ohms.
Page 39 , Resist or R-403, Description "end
Contr. Part No. i s ame nded to read 0.1 meh ohm
ins tead of 1000 ohms.
Page 43, add symbo l reference R_402 to eym-
bol listing R-l02, 30, 000 ohm reSi stor.
Page 43 , add symbo l reference R_4 03 t o sym_
bol lieting R-l 07 , 0 .1 megohm resistor.

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ERRATA SHEET FOR
PRELIMINARY I NSTRUCTI ON BOOK
KODEL DAV_2 RADIO DI RECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT
I SSUED 3 OCTOBER 1944

Page 43, delete aymbol referenoes R-402,


R-403 from 1000 ohm r es istor listing.
page 52, Figure 5, r efe rence position of
R-402 i s moved t o r ear end of C_401.
Page 55, Figure 10 i 8 super seded by the at_
tached schema ti c d-i agr &l .

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PRELIIIINAm'--INSTRUCTICtl BOOK .

For
NAVY MODEL DAV-2

RADIO DIRECTION FINDER BQUIFMENT

P.ESTRI CTED
(For Official Use Only)

Manufactured By
OQOlUNICAfIOHS CCKPANY, Inc.,

Coral Gables, Florida

tor

•• S. NAVY DEPAR'NENT BUREAU OF SHIPS


CGDtract: NXsr-4l031
NXer-59061

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Act, 50 U. S. C., 3l and 32, as amen~ed . Its
transmissi on Qr t h e ,evelation of it. oon_
tents 1n any manner to an unauthori zed person
18 proh:lbt+.ed hf 11l"_ ARTS 75-V2 &: 76. U.
S. N. REGS. 19 20.)
rhe information contained 1n restri cted doou-
ment s and the eesent ial charact ~rieti ce of ,
:- estri c ted ma ter ial "ill not be communi cated
to the publi c or to the prese , but may be
,give n to any person known t o be in the aer_
vice of th e United ~tate8 and to persona of
undoubted loyalty ~d di scretion who are co-
operating 1n Government work.
RECORD OF CORRECTIONS MADE

CHANGE NO. DATE SIGNATURE OF OFFICER


MAKING CORRECTION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
S!CTION SUBJECT PAGE
Title Page ••••••••••••••••••••• i
Securlt7 Notioe ••...•••.••••••• tl
Table ot Contents •••••••••••••• iii
Index to Drawings & Illustra-
tions •••••••••••••••••• •••••• vi
Guarantes •••••••••••••••••••••• Til
Reports ot Failuree &
Replacement Data ••••••••••••• ix
Warning •••••••••••••••••••••••• xi
1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION •••••••••••• 1
1.1 Intent ot Design ••••••••• 1
1.2 List ot Units. with
Weights and Dimensions ••••• 1
2. DETAILED DESCRIPT! ON •••••••••••
2 .1 (a) Radio TranRmitter_Re_ •
ceiTer Unit '" •••.• ••••••••• "
2.1 (b) Power Unit ••••.•••••• 5
2.1 (c) Loop l'nit & Sw1tohinS
Unit •••••••••••••••••• ; •••• 6
2.1 (d) Carrylns Cas e •••• •••• 6
2.1 (e ) Antenna & Load Coil
~s.8mb1y ••••••••••••••••••• 7
2.1 (r) 'Ucrophone. Headset
and Cables................. 8
2.2 Electrica! •••• ••••••••••• 9
2.2 (a) Receivins CircuIts ••• 10
2.2 (b) TranSlitter Circuits. 12
2.2 (0) Loop Circuit ••••••••• 1~
2 .~ Power SUpply CUrrent
Drains ••••••••••••••••••••• 14

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION SUBJECT PAGE

3. INSTALLATION................... 15
3.1 Unpack1ng •••••••••••••••• 15
3.2 Yount.·1r.g ••••••••••••••••• 15

4. OPERATICN...................... 16
4.1 Operat.ion Summary........ 16
4.2 Two-Way Radio ...... •••••• 17
4.~ Direct.ion Finding_Distant. 17
4.4 Direction Finding-Local.. 19
5. MAINTENANCE.. • • • • • • •• •• •• •• • . •• 20
5.1 General •••••••••••••••••• 20
5.2 A11gnMent •••••••••••••••• 21
~.2 (a) Alignment. Equipment.. 21
5.2 (b) Alignment Procedure.. 22
1. Pr.paration ••••••••••••• 22
2. Receiver Align.ent .••••• 22
3. D. r. Alignment ••••••••• 23
4. Transmitter Alignment ••• 25
. 5.3 Troubleshooting.......... 26
5.3 (a) Transmitter and
Receiver ••••••••••••••••••• 26
5.3 (b) R~c.iver Section ••••• 27
5.3 (c) Transmitter Section.. 27
5.3 (d) Loop Section •••.. .... 28
5.4 Circuit. Cheoking Data •••• 30
Table I LIST or MAJOR UNITS FOR MODEL
DAV_2 ••••••••••••••.•.•••••• 33
Table II PARTS LIST BY SYMBOL
DESIGNATION................. M
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RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION SUBJECT PA-Gt

T~ble III SPARE PARTS LIS~ BY SYMBOL


DESIGHA'l'IClf ••••...•.•••••.• 42
Table IV COIL ASS_BLY
TRANSFORMEfi. AND
DATA ••.•••.••••.••••••••••• 46
Table V LIST OF MANUFACTURERS •••••••• 47
Table VI COLOR CODI CHART ••••••••••••• 48
Appendix A. INS'l'RUCTIONS FOR PREP~~ING
CW-19046 LEAD ACID
BATTERIES FOR SERVICE •••• 56

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NAVY II!ODEL D.W_2
RADIO DI RECTI ON FINDER EQU IPMENT

INDEX TO DRAWINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS


FIG. PAGE

1. Complete Aesemb1ed Equipment •••••.•• ~O


2. Asaemb1ed EquiplDf'nt. Case and
Acc essories Removed ............... 50
3 . Loop Unit. Top View ................. 51
4. !.oop Unit, Front S ide Vie ••••••••••• 52
5. Loop Unit. Rea r Si de Vie •• •• •••••••• 52
6. Radio Unit, Front Vie..... •••••••••• 53
7. Ra di o Unit, Rear Vie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
8. Rad io 'Jnit, Top View ................ 54
9. Rad io Unit, Bot tolll Vie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
1 0 . Schemat ic Diagram................... 55

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NAVY MODEL DAV-2
RADIO DlflECTI~ rINDml XQUIAIENT

CONTflAC'lUAL GUARANTEE

!b. equlp•• nt. includlng all parts ~d spars


parta, .xcept vacuum tubes, la guarant •• d tor
a aar"lca parlod ot ONE YEAR wlth the und.r -
standlng that, aa a condltlon of thla con-
tract, all It ••• tound to ba defectl"e a. to
deslgn, .aterlal, wor~an.hlp or Banufactur~
wl1lba r.placed wlthout delay and at no ax_
pensa to the Go",ern.ent , pro"lded that auch
guarantae and agree.ent wlll not obligata tba
contractor to lIlake replac •• ent of dateoU" •
.. terial uplaes th. fal1ura, axolusl". of
normal shelt 11t. deterloratlon, occur. with_
ln a p.rlod ot TIrO YEARS trca the date of de..
li",ery ot tha equlpaent to and acceptance by
the Goy.rrount, and pro",ld.d further, that it
any part or parts (except "acuUM tub •• ) tall
In .0r"lca or ~r. tound detecti"e to the .x_
tant ot ten percent (l~) or .ore, but not
leu than two of tha total Dab.r ot .qulp..
••nt. furni.bad under tha contract, a.cb part
or part., .hether aupplhd. ln tho aqulp.ant
or aa ap.ras, will ba conclual",ely pr.auaad
to ba ot datactl",a daaian. and aa a condltion
ot contr.ct eubj.ct t o on. bundrad par cant
(l~) r.plac.llent ot all ahUar unite sup-
~li.d on aubject contract by auit.bl. r.de_
algn.d r.plac .. ent.. Failur. due to poor
.oraanahlp .hila not n.c .... r11y indlcating
poor dutsn, .111 b. con.teler.d ln the ....
category aa taUura dua to poor d.algn. fle-
dastgnad replace.ent ••hieb .ill assura pro-
par oparation of the equipaept .tl1 b. aup_
pliad prolllptly. upon propar raceipt ot noUce
and .i thout coat to the GO't'.rlllllent •

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NAVY MODEL DAV.. 2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIFMENT

CONTRACTUAL GUARANTEE
All such detective parts will be subjsct tc
ultillate return to tbe contract-or. In visw
of the tact that normal activities ot ths
Nayal Seryice .ay re.ult in the uee ot equip_
ment in such remote portions ot the world or
under such condi tiona as to preclude the
r~turn ot the detective item or unit prior to
replacement without jeopardizing tbe integ-
r1 ty ot Naval co_unicatione, th.e ex1gencha
of the Servioe theretore ...y neceseitate ex-
peditious repair of such ite!!ll or unit in
order to prevent extended interruption ot
communications. In such caBes the return ot
a detectlTe ite. or unit to'r exuination by"
the contractor prior to replac.ellent will not
be required. The report ot a responsible
authority, including details ot the ocndiUO!UI
surrounding the tailure w111 be acceptable
tor ettective adjust.ent under the provi8ione
ot this contractual guarantee. The abo.e
period ot TWO YEARS and the eeryice per10d ot
ONE YEAR will not include any portion ot the
time that the equip.ent tails to give 8atis_
faction due to detectiye ite•• and the neces-
sity tor replacement thereot. All replace-
!!IIent parte will be guaranteed to give ONE
YEAR ot satiatactory .erv1ce.

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)1A.DIO DIRECTlOO' FINDER EQ1.'IPMca

REPORT or r ..\lLURE'i AND


REPLACD«ENT DATA
Raport ot tailura of any part of t his
equipment. during it ••• r.io & life. ahall b•
• ad. to the Bureau of Shipe in accordance
.1th currant instructiona. The report shall
coyer all details ot ths failUre and g1ye the
date of installation of tha equipment. For
p~ocsdure in reporting failures. eee Chapter
31. (mimeographed rona) of the Manual ot
Bneln •• rinc Inatructi on., or ~lreau or Ships
Badio and Sound Bull . tiD N~ber 1. dated July
!. 194e , or eupereeding inatructiona.
Contract: NXer_41C31 Dat.d: eo NoYember 1943
NXsr-5906l eo April 1944
Serial Nuaber or EqU1pm.nt.~~=;=;===
Date of Acceptance by the ~n"Y
Dat. ot Dal1Y8ry to Contract Dest.inatjon
Date or Completion of Iostalla tion
Date Placed in Serylce
Blank spaces in thi e book ahall bs filled
in at ttaa of installation. Operating ' p~r­
sonnal Shall also mark the "date placed in
serYice- on th. eqUipment, using su1table
•• thod. and care to a yold damaging th. equip-
.ant.
All reques t s or requilitions tor replace-
••nt mat aria 1 sh ould include complete de-
scriptiYe data coYering the parta desired, 1n
the following fonn:

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NAVY MODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

Name of Part Desired.,,~CCC7---C__-'7C~~~~


Navy ~e Number (if a.signed) (includini
prefix and 8UffiX)',,~~~ccc--:~""COC--:"
Model Designation (including suffix) of
equipaent In whicb u.ed~~-cc-----~c--c~
NavI Type De.lgnation (including prefIx and
.affix where applicable) of Major Unit in
whicb part is used
S,.bol DesIgnation of Part
Navy Drawing Number
Rating or Other Descript1ve Data
Ca..erclal Deaignation

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Op.ratlca. of the Bq1l1~et do•• Dot 111.'1'01 ....
the u •• of 'l'olt&l.. ,reat.r than 135 'l'olta
and aooordlnc11 1a Dot OOQaldere4 daneeroua
to Uf ••

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NAVY KODEL DAV.fa
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

SECTION I. GENERAL DESCRIPTION

1.1 INTENT OF DESION.


Tbe Model DAV-2 Radio Directim Finder
Equipment is de.ianed to proTide t.o dietinct
.erTieee: fir8t, a radio direction finder for
~ins; and eecond, a t.o_.ay radio_telephone
oo. .unication link.

The Loop Unit, Radio Tran .. itter.ReceiTer


Unit and Po.er Supply fit in a watertight
plywood ca... Thi. ca •• can b. cerried on
the operator'8 chest or back by meane of th•
•• b 8trape 8uppll.d.
Tbe recelTer and transmltter of thls equlp-
.ent are crystal oontrolled, and can be oper_
ate1 on anyone channel In the frequency
range of 2.3 Mc. to 4.5 Ic. Volce ca.aunlca_
tlon (A3 eml8slon) ie the only type of opera_
tion proylded. 'nle power output of the
equipment l8 approximately 0.2 .att, and sat_
lSfactory communicatlon b,t.een units oyer
aTerage terraln can bs malntalned oyer a
range of approximately one lIile·. 'Ibis range
.i1l lncreaee some.hat for oo.lIunication be-
t.een alrcraft and ground unite.

1.2 LIST OF UNITS, WITH WEIGHTS AND


DDIENSI(:WS:
The equipment consieta of the follo.lns
.aJor unlt.8J
Radio Trans.ltter and ReceiTer Unit, Na.y
TYpe CCI_43063. Includlns a complete .et of

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NAVY MODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

TSCUum tubaa conaiating ot:


SymbOl Type Function
V-lOl lR5 Oscillator-Mixer
V-Ioe 1T4 1-F ~p1itier
V_I03 lS5 Detector_Firat Audio
V-104 364 Audio OUtput
V_lOS 3S4 Transmitter Power Amplifier
V-lOS lT4 Transmitter Crystal Oscillator
V_107 3S4 Modulator
Height
Width
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Depth
Weight
Powsr Supply, eonsiating ot Vibrator Power
Unit, Nayy TYPe CRF-20221. and Lead_Acid
Storage Battery. NATY Type -19046~~ (Not
furnished by Contractor).
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Haight 6-9/16·
Width 1-7/8·
Depth 3-11/16·
Weight __ 3-1/4 Ibs.
Power Supply (Alternate ) . Battery Pack,
Dry. NaTY Type _19027A. (Not turnished b,y
Contractor).
Height __ 6-5/16"
Width __ 1-13/16"
Depth -_ 3.. 11/16"
Weight _ 2 lb ••


NAVY MODEL DAV_ 2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQU1P11EN'T

Antenna and Load ColI A.sembl ,.. N• .,. Type


CC1 .. 56081.
Length (Collapsed )
Length (Extended)
--- l5-l/8~ (approx.)
85" ( approx.)
Weight. -- I lb.

Plywood Case. Navy Type CAOC .. 10344.

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Height 10_3/ 4"
Width 3_3/8"
Length
Weight
---- 10"
2.S Ibs.
Loop UnIt, Navy Type OCI-69093. includ ing:
Microphone and Headsat Harnaae
Antenna Laad, NaTT Type CTE-49212
Dimeneions: 5/S" x 30-1/2" cut 13 "
MicrOphone, Army-NaT,y Type T-45
Wsight __

Headset Ae ... blr. Navy Type CCl- 495 59 con_


slatingott
Headset Connector Cable
Two Headphones. Navy type CUP-49215
Dimeneione: 5/lS· thick x 2 " diameter
Weight ot complete Headeet Aseembly
lba • .
Weight ot an entire DAV-2 equipm ent un_
packed and ready tor uee, including vibrator
supply and lead_acid battery l b ••


NAVI IIODEL DAV·2
RADIO DlRECTICIrl FINDER EQUIFlIENT

2. DETAILED DESCRIPTION
2.1 MECHANICAL.
The lIode1 DAV-2 Radio Direotion Finder
Equlpment conalata ot a Radl0 Transmitter_Re_
ceiver Unlt, a Loop and Swltching "Unit and a
Power Supply Unit houled In & watertight ply-
wood caee, a collapaible whip ant~a, a car_
bon micrOphone and a Headset Als ••bly, whiCh
can be worn under the atandard aetal helmet.

2.1(a' RADIO TRANSMITTER_RECEIVER UNIT.


Nayy TYpe CCl-~063 Radio Tran .. itter_
T.b ~
Unit inoludes both the transmitter
ReC~ _ Ter
and receiver built in one hardened ala-iou.
alloy cha.ei.. On the chassi. are mounted
all the vacuua tube. ror th. recelver and
tranaaitter, two cryetale. i.r transfor.ere,
antenna couplina: t.ranatonller. and audio
transfor-era and 1nductora. A bakelite da-
tall on the undereide of the chassia is uaed
to mount moat of tha re.1atora and most of
the conden.era of the unit. Slug tuning ie
used for adjustment ot all tuned circuits,
and spring locks are provided on. all ot the
variable adJustmente to assure that tuning
will not change under vibration. Aleo,
spring type tube locke are provided to hold
the tubes in their eockets.
All audio transtormers and inductor.
(T-IOIA, 1-1018 and L-I03) are potted in wax
in one .etal container. ~onnections to the.e
traneroraere are .ade by col or_coded tlexible


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RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

.ire brought out through a bakelite detail on


\he botte. ot the container.
SpeCitication detaill ot thia transtormer
••• e.bly, aa .all al ot the r.t chokl, anten_
na coupling tranaror=er, antenna load coil
and i-t tranatoraer a.l.mblie. are ~.en in
rabla 4.
The cryatala in both trans.itter and r.·
eliTer •• etiona, in N• ., Trp. -40125 crra.
tal boldera, ar. th. RZlro temperature ooet-
!1chntR typ ••
All Toltage connections tor the Radio
rranamitter_Receiyer Unlt. aa .all a. tha an-
tenna lead and all neca.eary control line.,
teraiaat. in a 14-pin te.ale receptacla,
J .. lOl, aount.d on ona end ot the cba.d ••
£n alualnua .hiald cOTar, raatened to th. ,
cha •• la by tour .cr.... au.t be r •• oyed to
replace any at the yacuu. tube. or cry.tal ••
Bol •• in thia coY.r are proYidld 10 tbat all
tuning control I can be reacbed .ithout re_
quiring remoyal ot thl Ibield.

2.1 (b) POWER UNIT.


T.o po.er units ar. a.a ilable tor operatiDI
tba Modal naY_2 equipment. The primary po.er
uDi t conlbta at a Typ. CRf-20221 yibrc.tor
power unit, po •• red by a Type _19046 non_
'pillable lead_acid atorage batt.ry. A
claaping arrangement bolda the battery and
Yibrator po.er unit together aa an integra l
unit. and alao maintaina the necelaary ell O-
trical contact bet.een the t.o. A complate
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RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

deacription at thia battery and Tibrator


powar unit, a. well as all necaaaary opara_
tion and maintenance data, 1a included in the
Inetruction Book tor Navy Type CRF_20221
Power Suppll Equlpa.nt •.
Aa an alternate aourc. of powar, the Type
-l9027A dry battery paCk , may be used.
'l'hh battery pack h conaldered satistactory·
only tor emergency operation when no Tibrator
power unit ia aTailabla.

2.1 (c) LOOP UNIT AND SWITCHING UNIT.


Tha LOOp and 9wi tehing Unit. Nuy Tlpe
69093, 1a a.a.abled .a an integral part on a
caat aluainua top CaTer tor tha plywood
carrying ca... It contains the loop and loop
tuning condeneer, allot the switching ar-
rangeaent. necessary to the operation ot the
loop cirouit. a function .witch to tranefer
tra. direction finding to two_way radio. OR_
orr and Prass-To-Talk awitches. and acceaeory
cablea.

2.1 (d) CARRYING CASE.


Tbe NllTy Type CAOC.. I0344 Carrying C_ase,
constructed ot plywood, is deeigned to aocOlD-
aodate the three major units, Loop and
Switching Unit, Power Supply Unit and Radio
Transmitter-RacaiTer Unit.
The low.r portion ot the case is diTided
into two coapartmente which bouee the Trana.
mitter_ReceiTer Unit and the Power SUpply

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RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

Unit. The remaining upper portion accommo-


date. the LoOp and Sw1tching Unit, wbich a ct •
•• a COTer and 1s secured to the caee by six
ca pti.ated thumb scre.. engaging threaded
bra.. in.ert. in the plywood ca.e.
The top of the case ba. a rece.. fitted
.1th & ' .olded rubber I.aket which, in con-
junction with a knife edge on the loop unit~
f orms a watertight ae.l. The outa1de of the
ca ee i. supplied .1th • • ocket for hold1ng
the wh1p antenna and tpur -D-
winga for at-
t.chlng the web carr11ng atrap.
Al l external .urface. are fini.hed in Ma_
rin. Corps green.

2. 1 Ce) ANTENNA AND LOAD COIL ASSEIBLY.


The Antenna and Load Coil Asae.bl" NaYJ
Type CCI -G6061, conslata ot a aayen_aactlon
coll aps ibl e .ntenna, in a bakelite tube, with
a pla a tic case housing the antenna load coil
~ema nte d to thi. tube. All 8ection. of the
ant enna muat be tully axtended before they
are l ooked in position. The antenna i. Cal_
pl ete l y watertight in e1ther extended or col_
lap. ed position. A rubber buaper a t the end
ot t he ... llest an t enna .action, whan pree.ed
lnt o t he end of tha baka l ite hous1ng, holds
t he •••• mbl y l ocked in the collapaed pos1tion
and completes the waterpro ofing.
Th e te l eeooping antenna sect10ns ara coy.
ered with a l uaterl e . . Ire en b.ked lacquer
t i n t ah t o a ake the aurface non_reflecting.
Tbe Antenna and Lo a d Co il Asa •• b11 can be
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NAVY KODIL DAV~2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

tuned to any frequency in the range of the


Model DAV-2 equipment by means of the slug-
tuned losd coil in the antenna houaing. A
acrew at the baae of thia .olded antenna
housing .ust be removed to allow access to
the tuning oontrol. The oonnection to the
z:oadio uni t frOll the antenna h accOllpliahed
by a rubber_covered lead which entera the
molded antenna houaing through a fitting and
packing arrangement ei.ilar to that used OD
the loop unit cover. Thi. antenna lead ter-
minatee in a concentric break_away connector.

2.1 (n MICROPH~EI BEADSET AND CABLES.

Two cablu enter the loop unit through


watertight fittings. One is the TYpe CTE-
49212 antenna lead. which terminatee in a
concentric break-away connector for conneo_
tion to the antenna. The other i. the micro_
phone and headeet hsrnes. cable. Which is L
four conductor rubber coyered cable brr.nchil'1g
in a rubber ·Y· Junction into two cables of
two condUctors each. The two-conductor
cables are terminated in Jacks JK_'S and
JK_26 to accommodata, reapecUnl,.. the .i_
crophone and headaet conneotor plaga.
Tbe TYPe T-45 microphone i& a differential
t,.pe lip microphone deaigned to give a high
degree of diacrimination against all .ounde
other than the voice of the operator. It ia
terminated in the atandard PL-291 plug.
The Navy TYpe CCI_'9~~9 Headaet ABsembl,.
coneiata of a rubber headphone cord connect.
ing two Type CUP_4921~ Headphone Unite 1n


NAVY MODEL DAV- 2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

.eriee and terminating in a PL-54 plug. Th~


headphone units fit into pockets in a canTas
ekull cap worn under the standard metal hel-
.et.

2.2 ELECTRICAL.
The circuits of the receiYer 8ection of th e
.odel DAV-2 equi~ent are thoe. of a four-
tube superheterodyne, .. ploying a tuned an_
t enna coil, a lR5 oscillator_mixer tube, a
lT4 i_f amplifier, a lS5 second detec tor and
first audio amplifier. and a 3S4 audio output
etage, transformer_coupled to t he headphonee.
Tbe trsnsmitter eection .. ploys a lT4 crye.
tal oscillator, a 3S4 modulator tube in a
Cla.s A Heising modulator circuit, and & 3S4
power amplitier .t~e. A Singl e antenn a
coupling tr&nstoraer. T_l02 . is u t ili zed bcth
as the receiTer antenna coi l a~1 a. the
transmittsr &nt.nna coup11ns tranatormer.
Low_dra i n miniature_type t ube. are used
throughou t. and all tuned c ircuits are slug-
tuned. Transfer trom r ece iYer t o t ranemitt er
is iliad. by .eans ot the "Send_R eceiye" 8witc:b
In tbe l oop unit, whi ch is srranged to switch
th e re oeiTer filament s ot! when transmi tting
and the tranamitter tilement. ott when r e-
c:e1Ting.
Due to the uae ot a cammon tuned element.
'-102. in booth transmit ter and re ceher cir-
CUit., the transmit ter and receiver must al -
.a,. be aligned on the ease trequency .
A bigh-i.pe dance shielded l oop, tunable
Lhroughout the reoeiTer trequency r enge , pro-

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NAVY MODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION TINDER EQUIPMENT

Tidel for d1re ct1on f1nd1ng. Switching ar_


rengem.nte and coupling circuit. are incorpo-
rated to obtain aene. bearinga, ueing the
Navy TYpe CCI-6608l Antenna Allembly.

2.2 (a) RECEIVING CIRCUITS.


In the recelTe poeition. the elgnal fro.
the tuned antennA il pae.ed through the twald
a ntenna coupling tranetor-er, T.l02, to thl
grid of the o.c lllator_mlxer tube thr~ a
coupling condenaer, C.lOl. The oecillator-
mi xer tube, V-IOI, a TYpe lR5 tube, tunctione
1n a dual capacity, one eecUon operating ai,
a cryetal controlled local olcillator, and
the other lectlon operating al a t1rlt detlc_
tor, with the aigna1 frequency i.prasled on
t he algoal grid, pin Ho. 6.
The crystal oscillator ia of the ·Pierce·
t ype, ueina the Icreen and II grid (plne 3
and 4 raapectiTely) aa a triode oacillator.
Condanler C-I03 proTidee proper diTlalon of
olcillator Toltage between the Icreen and oa_
c illator grid. The oscillator frequency. de-
termined by the receiTer cryetal frequency,
SU It alwaYI be hlgher than the algnal fre_
quency by 455 kc o , the Intermedlate frequenc10
The plate clrcuit of the firet detector
steg. i8 coupled through I_f tranlforaer
Z- l Ol to the grid of the Inter.adlate 'fr.-
quency a.plifiar tube, V-l02 . a Type IT4.
The output 01 thil Itage ie paa.ed through
another i_I tranatorDler, Z-102, to the diode
plate ot V.I03, a TYPe IS5 Tacuua tub.. Thil
t ube lunction. al a aecond detec tor, A-V.e

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NAVY VODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

voltage rectifier, and first audio amplifier.


Audio 'Yoltage deTeloped in the detector por-
tion of thia etage i8 coupled through conden-
eer C-III to the eignal grid (pin No.6) of
the aame tub. (V-l03) where it i8 amplified.
Thi • • tage i8 resistance oouplod to tho audio
output etage, which employ_ a Type 354 po.er
pent ode, V-I04. The plate circuit of the
output atage ia coupled to the 600_ohm h.ad-
set through the output transformer, T-IOIA.
The maximum audio power output which can be
obtained in thie headset ie approximately 6.0
mUUwatta.
The A-V-C Toltage for this receiTer is ob_
tained fro. the di04e .ection of V.. I03. f1l-
ter.d through r .. 1etor R... 103 and condeneer
C_IIO, and applied to the first detector and
i-f aaplifier etage.. In addition, 1n order
to preTent r_f feedback t r om the transmitter
into the rece~Ter, grid bias Toltage from the
grid (Pin 6) ot the transmitter os cillat or
tube, V_I06, ie applied to the receiTer
diode, A-V-C line and firet audio stage con_
trol grid, biaeing them beyond cut-off when
the transmitter is in operation.
Other circuits include: C-I03 and R-118,
wbich prOTide for i_f regeneration, permi t ..
ting the reception of A-I eignals when the
unit ie operated as a direction tinder, and
the connection ot T_I02 and C.. lOl to termi_
nale 6 and 7 'ot J .. IOI which penll1t8 eWitching
of the mixer tube grid (V-IOI) fro. the an_
tenna coupling transformer Ctwo-wA1 radio op-
eration) to the loop circuit CD. F. Oper a-
tion).

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NAVY MODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

2.2 (b) TRANSMITTER CIRCUITS.


The transmitter sectlon ot the l! ode! DA V.. 2
Equipment conslsta or a crystal 08cillator
stage, an r-t amplifier stage and a modulator
stag8.
The osc1l1ator circuit consist. of a Type
IT4 tube, V-I06, triode-connected 8S a Pierce
crystal oscillator. with the crystal connect_
ed between plate end grid of the tube. The
plate supply tor the oscillator 18 shunt ted
by meane of an r-t choke, L.. I02. and dropping
reslator. R-104.
The r_t power amplifier output stage of the
transmitter employs a Type 354 power penteds,
V-I06. R-! driye tor the grid ot this tube
1s obtained by coupling directly to the grid
ot the r_! osc111ator tube. V-lOG. with the
eue grid leak r8816to.. R-I08.. being used
tor both tubes. T.ne antenna coupling trans_
tormer, T-I02. of ~i. power output stage
proTidee inductiT8 coupling to the antenna.
The modulator tube. V_I07, is a Type 3S4
power pentode, connected in a Heieins modula-
tion circuit, with the grid driTen directly
by a carbon microphone thrOUgh an ' input
transtormer, T_19l8. The modulation reactor
i. L-103. Both screen and plate ot the r-t
power &lIlpl1!1er tube, V_I05, are mOdulated.
Side_tone in the headphones during the
tranSllliuion period 18 proTided in the
Model DAV-2 Equipment by coupling a aaa11 a_
mount ot the modulator tube output to the
primary ot the reeeiTer output transformer,

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NAVY JlODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION tINDER EQUIPMENT

T_IOlA. Thia 1. acco.pli.had by .ean. of a


0. 25 aegohm reai.tor, R-117, conneoted from
the plate of the .odulator tube, V-I07, to
the plate of the audio output tube, V-I04.

2. 2 (c) LOOP CIRCUITS.


FUnc tional .witChing i. proTided by 5-406,
whicb i. a pa rt of Loop and Switching Unit.
Three .eparat e s witching operations are nec_
e.sary to transfer fro. two_way radio to di_
rection fin ding. Section -A- transfera the
.ixe r grid from the input tranaforaar, T-loa,
to the loop, L-40 l. Secti on -8- .eke. opera_
tiye tbe i_t regenera tion circuit when in
·D. F.- positi on, penitting reception of A-I
eignels.
Section -C- tra nstere th e antenna teninal
ot T-l02 trow the antenna in ·TWo-~AY- posi.
ti on t o ground in -0 . r.- poeition. Thr ••
.. it ch positi ons ~ rs prOyided: NUMber I,
-TWO-WAY· radio; Number 2, -D. 7. DISTANT-;
~ber 3, -D. r. 'LOCAL-. R.duction of .ensi.
tlTlty f or l ocal re c.ption ia obtainsd by In_
a.rting a re a i.tor, R-40 l, in .erle. with the
abe r grid. '
The loop, L_40 l, is the -Single ended-
'JPe , shield.d and proyided with a tap for
_anging frequency range. Inductor 1.-402 ia
connected in s~ rie a with the gr ounded aide of
the loop for the inj ection of een •• Tollage
lato the l oop circuit.
Senae Toltege i. applied to L_402 through
UM S8na8 r e.is t ors R-402 and R.103 and sen.e
NAVY Jr.lODEL DAV-E
RADIO DIRECTION ' FINDER EQUIAIEN'T

•• 1tch 5_405 . Chanse of lrequency ranse 1_


eccompliehed by movlng linka on 5-403 and
6-404, whlch chans.a loop turn8 and a.n •• re-
818 tor Te lu ••
Included in the loop unit are S-40l. a
tOIKie .witch whlch complete. the "A" circult
in the "ON- poeltion. and 5_402 . which i. a
.prins-return tOSlle switch) n or ma lly in "RE-
CEIVE- posiLion. Thi. latt,. a.itch trana-
lert the ·A" Toltase lrOIl .eceiTer tilamente
to transmitter tilalunta. and comple te e the
microphone c ircuit .ben in "SEND" potition .
Connection' bet.een the loop unit an4
transmitter unit and bet.een loop unit and
po•• r supp11 unit arl .ade by J-401 a n4 J.402
respectiTely.

2.3 POWER SUPPLY CURRENT DRAINS.


A tabulatiou ot tbl Dor.al voltaSI and cur•
• .at require.ent. of both receiver and trane_
31ttor ie aa 10110•• :
Receiver Section Voltase Currant
Plat •• and Screen. 67.5 Y. • ••• 3. 0 m&.
135.0 Y. • ••• 4.'.> !lie.
Filaments 1.S Y. •••. 225.0 mao
Bias and Microphone - 6.0 Y. • • •• 0.0 ma.
NAVY MODEL DAV· 2
RADIO DIRECTION fIN DER EQUIPMENT

Tranem1tter Section Voltage Current


PIa tee and Screene 67.5 T. •••• 1.5 ilia .
135. 0 T••••• 19.0 ma e
F1lamenta 1.5 T••••• 225.0 ma o
Bia. and Mi crophone _6.0 T ••••• 50.0 .a.
3. INSTALLATION
3. \ UNPACKING.
Unpack all unita ot the MOdel DAV-2
EqUipment . RemOTe the top trom the Plywood
- case by unscrewing the six thu.b screw. in
the cO Ter , loosening the center acrews tiret.
Care shou ld be taken not to damaga tha
rubber gasket it it tende to .tick t o the
t op .
The eqUipment is shipped with the radio
t r Anamitter_re ce iyer unit in place in the
plywood ca se. The power unit should be in_
serted into the case in its proper compart_
lIIent, and the top repla ced, inserting the
power unit plug and r adio unit plUg into
their reape ct1Te sockets. All thWlb ecre.. s
should be tightene d unit orml,. Instructi ons
tor preparing tbe le ad ac l d storage battery,
Type -1 9046 t or use will be tound ln
Appendix "A".

3. 2 MOUNTING.
The Equ1pment lIIay no. be ae cu:-ed t o th,e
operator t s per8on , using t he web atrap. prov
Tided. ~l a ce in con Tani en t positi on on the
opera t or l s cheat with the "D" ring s nearest
tbe Oper a tor 1s body.

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NAVY JlODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

Check particularly the orientation of the


co.er with respect to the ca.e, True bear_
ing. wlll mly be obtained when the end con-
taining the aicrophone cable i. adjacent to
the antenna &Ocket.
With the ekull cap containing t.be ear...
phone., and the microphone in placa, attach
their reepectiye plUS_ to the connector. pro-
yide4 in the cable harness, Plaoe the an-
tenna in the IIOcket on the en4 of the plywood
ca..e and connect the antenna breakaway con_
nector., Extend antenna to full length,
The equi~ent i. no. ready for operation,

4, OPERATION.

4.1 OPERATION S\JIOIARY •


.
Before transmitting or recei!lng , the -Off.
on' .witch 1n the .1crophone lead Dust be 1n
the -ON- po.ition, A rush of background
noiee ehould be heard in the headset after
thi. operation, indic!t ing that the receiYer
i. operat iye. Check the po.ition of the
function .witch to be eure the proper type of
aeryice ba. bee~ .elected (two_way radiO, di_
rection finding di8tant, or direction finding
local ) . Tbe transmitter ie effe c tiye on11
when t he ewitch i. on two-way radio,
Operation on two_way radio i. characterized
by a mil d background noise in the head phmea
and by clear 8ignals from a radiophone 8ta_
tion, Operation on ~d.f. di.tant' or "d.f.
local" results in a auch louder hi •• in the

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NAVY MODEL DAV- 2
RADIO D! RECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

phones. An unmodulated carrier produce s B


clesr tone or whistle , while a voice modula-
ted signal sounds un1ntell1gible.
In the dar k, the sw1tch positions may be
l d en~ lti .d as t ollows: full counter-clock-
wise, two-,ay radio ; center, direction fin d_
ing d is tant; full clock.i.e, directi on f ind-
ing l ocal . -

To tr~ s~it , the s end_rec eive swi t ch (next


t o the on_ott swit ch ) must be operated. The
operator should speak i n a norma l tone ot
voice, _ snun cia ting clearly. Transmi ssions
should be as br i et a a possible to conserve
ba ttery lH e.
To receive agai n. atter a transmiss i on
per i od, the Rs en d re ce iveR swit ch ~ u st be re-
leased, a a no signal a oan be hear d as long as
ths send re ceive swi tch 1s dspresse d .

4.3 DIREC TION nNDING_DISTANT.

To habe on a tl'anamitter cit unknown l ece-


t ion proceed a e t ollow s: Ext end antenna
fully . Turn th e fu nc ti on sw{t eh to oent er
pos ition. I t t be trans~l tter i a operating, a
steady tone or whist l e wil l be beard . Swing
the body around, or it in a boat, turn the
boa t slowly. The s i gnal may increase or de-
cr ease . Continua swing i ng until the si gnal
be come s progreasively weaker, stopping at the
p08i tion where the lea st signal ia h~ard .

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NAVY IODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

Th.n turn the bodr back and torth. An iD-


er.a.e in .ianal should be heard at oppo.ite
.id •• ot theae ••in•• , the aaount ot turning
neceesarr depend ins on the distance tro.
the tran .. ittar. When aoderatelr 010•• , the
Indlcatlon .111 b. r.latl.,..,I,. eharp. At
areater di.tancee it wlll be neceasar,. to de-
ter.ine the approxi.ate center of the swing a
at which the Signal i. heard. The direction
in whlch the operator i. facins 'hen the eig_
nal i. at its .eat.at point i. either the
true direction of ~e transmitter. or direct-
~~~._Depr... and hold the senae
Mould increase in inten_

. .~.,:ShoUld the increaae in


, operator should execute an
about face and re_check the bearing •• de-
ecribed abo.,.e.
Atter obtainina the correct bearing of the
tran•• itter. the operator should proceed in
the direction indicated, with only occa.~onal
check. ot direction beins nece.aary.
In operating on .,.ery .eak signah, the pro.
cedure of dete~inins aenae bl the direction
of •• ins for decreasing Signal .~,. not be
practical. Under theae conditlona, the oper_
ator should, after finding the minl.ua aignal
pOint, execute a left face. Depre.sing th_
aen8. buttOD .ill then oau.e an Increaae In
.llnal it the operator was tacina the tnt_
direction of the tran .. itter. On extremell
.eak .ignala, a .,.erl approximate bearing .al

1.
.An .®.a. DAV...!
RADIO DIRBC'fICII rIlmER J:QUlPIIIll'f

b. obt&!n.• d , by d..pr •• dng the . .n.. ba. tt.OD


and t.vnln&: _ ·&ro:und. untU the .axiaUlt dlnal
la beard.. Ix.outlnc a rllht race wl11 thea
l.a •• the op.rator t.clna the dlr.ot.loD ot
the t.rana.lt.tar.

,
Aa the op.rat..r approach•• th. tran .. lt.t.er,
the .1leal .111 b.ooaa lGCTaaalD417 atrona.
and. t.ha dlraotiOftal ind.lcation lncra .. ln817
&harp. _ !lo•••ar • . • t •• r1 clo •• dl.tano ••.• the
.1lnal .111' 1:1 • ••0 .t.rODC. ... t.o b. \1Dooatort ....
ble t.o the a.-r.. -and. "Lb.. directional lndle ••
tion dittleuH. io obt.ain. When thl. oondi_
tion' .xl.t.a rot..t.a t.ha operational •• Hob t.o
c

t.h. tull clookwla. po.ltlon. Thls .111 r ....


duca Ul. ' d,Da1- .t.raD&t.~ .nd parwit .ore
.ocur.t.a · diractlon.l 4.taralnat.ion. .a •• 11
protect tha opar.t.er'a a.r••

(WOTE: Rot.&tina tha .. it.ch h.rd cl ookwlaa


wHl changa. the pit.oh ot ,tha reoel.ar .1lnal
dlgh.t.l1r. "

Should the '


dl...1. hCOilI pallltu1l1 .t.rens
with the •• itch 1n . ~• .tull cloonh. peal ...
tlon, .nd dir.otlonal det.er.ln.t.iona dltti ...
cult to ·obt.ain, it. 1& an indlcation tbat tbe
opera.t or i* Ter7 0:10 .. .. to the t.r.ft .. ittar.
In the eaae ' ot • DAV.! t.ran •• lt.t..r, thl. oon-
dltlon preTalla whan withln 25 to 50 ta.t., or
.ithin haillng diat.nc ••
NAVY IIODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDIB EQUIPlJ5T

5.1 GENERAl..
Tha po.ar aupp1y should bs .slnt.lnad In •
"Cr ••h" condItIon at all tl_.e. For ••lnt._
nance ot the Ylbrator power and laad_aold
8tOrasa battery unIt, eea the Inatruotioa
Book tor NayY TYPe CR1_20221 Powar SUpply
EquI~ent. It the alLamate po.ar aupply,
Dry Battery Pack, Type _19027A, 1a uaed,
th1a battary abould not ba atored 1n tha
equ1pllnt caae Cor .ore than a Ca. 4&,.a whan
the equ1pment 1e not 1n usa. Battar1ea
ahould alwaye ba replacad when tha po.ar IUP-
pl,. Toltasa. ara low, as ind10atad by poor
recaiTer eenaIt1.ity and reduced tran .. ltter
output.
FaUura oC tha lodel DAV-2 aqui}W;ant w11l
.oet octen ba due to rundown batteri.a, bad
Y1bra t.or Or poor TaCUUlt tube.. BoCore cbaclr:-
inc tor aore obacure cIrcuit faulta, tha
pOW.r eupply mould be replacad , and the
tubes cbeck8d by subatitution. Th • • iniature
t,.pe tubea used in thi. equ1paent ara tr&811~
and. to preyent breakag a . tha tuba. aboul d ba
carefully inaerted 1n their r ••pecti •• aoct-
ete. rockIng the tub.a alightly it the aockat
hole. are tight. For a li.t of oircuit
faulta and poaalble oau.aa. aee "Troubla
Shooting,· paragraph 5.3.

NOTE: ALL TUBES SUPPLIlW WITH THE EQUIP..


lENT OR AS SPARES (If THE CONTRACT SHALL BE
USIO IN 1HE EQUIPIIDT PRICIl: TO DlPLOYlDfT or
TUBES FRCII GENERAL STCCX.

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NAVY MODEL DAY-2
RADIO DIRECnON FINDER EQUIF'IIENT

5.2 ALIGWDT.
Tha aa.. procadura ia tollo.ad in thia
aquip-ant both tor realisnaant ot racai.er
and tran"ittar, and tor attactins a changa
or opereting rrequenc7. For the lattar. a
.. t ot cryatala tor thl ne. optlratlng fre-
qUincy muat tirat ba loa taIled. Whane.er a
cbansa ot operatlns frequency il mada, tha
corract fraquancy plate ebould be inetalled
on the top ot the LOOp tl'nl't, Na..,- Type CCI ..
U093.

5.2 (a) ALIGNMXNT EQUIPMENT.


Tha receher nction ot tha Model DAY..2
-AT ba allload by USI ot any atandard
dlnal sanarator co.ering" the rang I of 2.3
to 4.6 a'lacycl.a. A non_inductl.e (carbon
typa) realator auat bl obtained tor con_
nection bet.ean the -hiib- aIda ot the aig-
nal lenerator and ~a antenna connector.
tha .alue ot thil reliator .uat ba IUch that.
wban added to tha atated output impedance ot
tba allnal lanarator. thl ana ia aqual to 150
obaa. In addItIon, an extansion cabla tor
"tba po.ar aupply will ba raquirad. to per-
.it ao.lng tha batterr or .1brator lupply
aaida to aake aoceaalble tha adjuataanta ot
T-l02. Z-lOl and Z-102.
All .. rlabla adjuBta.ata ot tha recei.er
aection aa1 ba adJuated ~ ualng a Beall
Icra._dri.er and a 3/16- hax nut wranch. Thie
lat_ar tool ia turalabed.a a part ot the
.para parta equipaent ot tha »odel DAY_2.

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RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

S.2 (b) ALIGNMENT PROCBDURJ:.


1. PREPARATlctI.
To prepare the .odel DAV-2 equl~ent for a_
lignaent. reao•• the equl~.nt fro. th. c••••
plug the recel.er unIt onto the loop unit and
connect the power mpply to the loop unit b)-
u.ing an .xteneion cable. Connect the ground
l.ad ot th~ .igDal generator to a convenient
poInt on the chasei., and connect the high
aide , through the du. . y reei8tor .entioned a-
bova , to the antenna connector.
2. RECBIVER ALIGHIENT.
KOTE: Refer to Figures 5, 6, and 1 tor lo-
cation of tuning adjustments. With the OFF-ON
•• itch in the "ON" p08ition, and the function
••ltch In the "TlO·WAY RADIO· p08itioD, pro-
c ••d a. toll ow.: Set generator on th. de8ired
elanal frequency_ Thi. adJuat••nt muet ba
.ade very accurataly. the ai.pleat way to
acbieve thi. 1. to zaro beat tha .1gnal tro.
tha generator and tha algnal of another DAV_2
transmitter of the d.eired frequency. Suffi_
cIent 81gnal fro. the tranamitter tor thia
purpoae will uaually be obtained directly by
radiation witbout any .pecial connectione.
Set the generator for ~ aodulati on and eet
attenuator tor a aoderate elgnal in the head_
phon.... Alwaya keep the aignat" at a aoderate
le~l as the alignment progreaBea to pre.ent
overloading and possible poor alignment. Ad-
Just the tuning control of the antenna coup-
ling tranaformer, (1-102), tor maximum head-
phone reapon.e. Procead next to adJuat the
tun1ns sluse on both the top and bottom ot

22

.'
NAVY KODEL DAV_2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

eaoh at the twa i-t transtormere (Z.lOl and


Z-102), indiyidually tar aaxi.a. headphone
response. After the i-t atage haa been
aligned, the antenna adjuetment Should agaIn
be checked, tollow.d by a fInal abeok on the
1_t traD8for.era.

3. D.:r. ALIGNUENT.
eefore attempting to align the loop unit,
check the positioD at the lInk juapere an the
bakelite terainal board. For a frequency
r&n88 ot 2.3 to 3.~ .eg8cyclee, J_per center-
terainal. to thoee neareat the end at the
unit. For a frequency range of 3.3 to '.6
.egacycle. jumper center ter_inals to tho ••
near.st th. loop.
Set elgnal generator for URaodulated
carrier. TUrn lUnctlon •• itCh to aid_posi_
tion (D. F. DISTANT). Injsct a eignal into
the loop by connscting ths slgnal generator
to a eingh turn loop in cloae proxiai ty to
t~ loop W'li t. _,dJust. the tuning of ths
transtor.er Z-102 until an audio tone of &p-
proxi.ately SOO cycls. is obtained. Care
~ould be exercised in tuning Z-102 not to
approach t oo close to the point where ths
ayste. atope oscillating, &8 thia reeulte in
an unstable condition eaaily blocked by
st.rong aignale, and inoreaees the po.sibility
ot failure due to declinlng battery yolta,e.
This unatable condition is charactsrized by
roughne.e in the hia.ing noiae produoed by
the 08cillation. The correct adjust.ent 1.
the one Just outside the rough sounding
NAVY IIODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION TINDER IQUIPKENT

relion that 8iye. the de. ired beat note of


800 c101ea. It ia iaportant that tbe i-t
ay.te. be tirat aligned proper11 on two_,ay
radio batore aaking the d.f. adjust.enta.
When the unit has been properly aUgned for
two_w., radio, only alight adJuatmenta ar_
requ1red to obtain proper d.!. .lignment.
'l'he .. changea are 1uua1l1 so _all •• to be
aot noticeable wben again check1ng on
two-wa1 rsdio.
Next, adjuat the loop tuning oapacitor tor
aaxiaua output. aacertainina tbat there are
two poaition. ot aaxi.u. output. ~ot.te the
function •• itch full clockwiee and note if
the chaage of pitch of the note i. exoeaaiye.
r.tUning Z_l02 alightl, if neceeaary.
A tinal check ahould be lIade b1 turning on
the trensnitter ot another DAV_2 unIt to be
eure the set. Ie ·on trequenoy-.
All edjust.ments haYe now been aade except-
ing the antenna. .hlch ie best. adjusted in
actual operation. With the equip-ent .ounted
on the operator. and tbe &ohMa In place and
tully extended, adjust as tollows: turn on a
tranu.itter in the TiclnHy; .. t. tunet.1oo
s.itoh on ·LOCAL-. Orient.ate the equipsent
until alniau. sigoal i. obta ined . beIng eurs
that the .quipsent il at sutticient. di.tance
fro. the transmitter to preyent oTerloading.
Now depresa ·SENSE- butt.on and adjust the an-
taMa eOil, using the speoial acre.driYer
supplhd, unt.11 lI.axl.um -algnal 18 obtaine'"
It ehould no. ba poe.ible to obtain good
880" Indloat.1ons. -T urning 90 deBreea to tb.e

••
NAVY MODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUlfMENT

right ahould cause the .iSnal to decrea.e


markedly. TUrning 90 desree. to the latt
abould cause a det1nltely noticeable increaUl
in 8ignal.

'. TRANSMITTER ALIGNMENT.


~e adjustments covered above in Receiver
Alignment and Loop TUning bave covered allot
t he t ransm itter adjustments, since all trans-
mit ter tuning circuits are common t o the re_
ceiver as well.
An additional check of antenna tuning, &s
well 11. 8 transmitter performance, ~ay be ob-
tained by use of a Field Strength Meter (CCI-
60041) . The inetrument is -s et up about six
feet away and tuned f or maximum me ter deflee-
ti on,wlth the DAV_2 transmitter In .operati on.
The antenna coil may now be ad justed to give
maxlmuc fiald st rength indication. ~sing
this same setup, the transmitter performance
may be checked . Reduce the reading of t he
field strength me ter to ab out one_fifth at
tull acal e by ei t her detuning or moving t ar-
ther away. This portion ot th e sca le tollowa
a square_law cha r acter lptic , and may be used
tor checking modulat I on , a tifty per cent in-
~rease in scal e re ading corresponding to ana
hundred per cent modulat ion. It . 'lpon speak.-
ing int o th e microphone , clear side_tone ie
hea rd in the phone s. and a twenty_tive to
tifty pe r cent inc rease in the reading at t he
f ie l d strength meter i e obtained . the trane.
o itter may be deemed s a tisfac t ory.

'5
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NAVY MODEL DAV-2


RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

5.~ TROUBLESHOOTING.
'allure ot the Yodel DAV-e Zqulpaent .111
moet often be due to a .eak po.er supply or
to poor vaouum tub... Before checking tOT
more obscure circuit fault., the po.er aupply
should alway. be replaced, and the tub ••
checked by substitution.
A tabulation of 80.. of the aore COlDOn.
trouble. which It 18 po .. lble t.o encounter
with this equl~.nt in ••ryioe u •• , aa •• 11
.a their posaible cau.e., 18 siven balow:
5.3 (a) TRANSUTTER AND RECEIVER.

Weak reoeptlon acco.panled by poor trans-


mission. Check po.er supply battery and
tubee. Check antenna aectiona tor contact.
(Antanna must ba tully extended.) Check an_
tsnn& load eoil, L_301_. and antenna coup-
l ing transtorase, T.102. tor continuity.
Weak reception, trans,itt,r seetion oper_
ating satisfaetorily. Check tube. in re-
ceiyer. Cheek alignment of reeeiyer.

Section (aub-par. ~.3 (c».


Intermittent operation of transmitter. re-
e.iver. or both. _. Check for open or short
circuita, Cheek for loose eonnection. Check
f or moisture inside the earrying case due
to condensation or leaks in caS8. Check for
defeeti.e control cables coming from Loop

26
NAVY MODEL DAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER E QUI~ENT

Unit cover. Check for bent or ¢orroded pl US


o:ontacte.
5.~ (b) RECEIVER SECTION.

po.er
Check
tor open or
condenser. ~ lQ2 .

5.3 ( c) TRANSMITTER SECTION.


Bad ~ubGa or bat_
awl tch in

V_106.

Weak carrier. but modul at ed. apen or


ahort_circuited antenna l oad co i l , t . 30l .
Open or · Bhort-circuited antenna coupl ing
transformer, T_102. Open P. A. 8c reen reale.
tor. R-I05.
,
Bad modul ator
to V_107. De..

21
NAVY MOOELDAV-2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

fective input transforNer, T-1018. Detec-


tive microphone. Open circuit in microph one
cables. Short_circuited modulation reactor,
T-101C.
Oarrier. but wask _odul ation, . Bad modula_
tor tube, V-IO? Short_circuited turns in
modulatlon rea ctor, L-103. Detective lnput
transf ormer. 1_1018. Weak battery in power
supply.

Bad tran.-
Weak bat ..
power cry.,.i.
5.~ (d) LOOP SECTION.
Check

Check wning of C~40 1. open 5_403 and


check across 0-401 tor short circuits in loop
and wirlng. Close 8-403 and oheck acro ••
0_401 to deter.ine continuity o-f loop and
L-'02.
In general, if tuning C-4Ol has little or
no eftect on the strength of the slgnal, the
loop clrcu"it ls either open, shorted. or on
the wrong tunlng range.
If tuning of 0 .. 401 i_ very broad , loop ef-
ticlency has been reduc ed due to molsture ab-
sorption. It a spars i s avallable, the loop
should be replaced: however. if no spare 1.
aTa 1!able, the loop May bs restored, tempo_

••
NAVY KODEl. DAV~ 2
RADI O DIRECTI ON FINDER EQUIPMENT

rarily at least, by baking at 180 to 200 de-


gree. Fahrenheit for approximately 8 hours.
Seal of the loop leads and shield gap should
be cheeked, and repaired it l1eceesary. using
any good coil .ax~

ing8 are obtained, tor antenna


lead. closed sens. switch or open ground lead
to loop &hield. If di8connecting the antenna
lead giYes no improYement, .ake cheoks out~
Uned for weak loop, signals and check all
ground connections.
No sense indications, Check continuity of
senee circuit, fro. P_40l through R_402,
6-405. R~403, L-402 to ground. Check antenna
tuning and be sure all sections of antenna
extended and aaking contact,
Chack
tor
antenna
tuning. antenna 'actions are
tully extended.
BE CAREPUL TO AVOID PROXDlITY TO LARGE
TREES. lIETAL TOWERS. Pa.1'ER OR TELEPHONE
LINES, AND BUILDINGS WHEN CHECKING BEARINGS
OR SENSE INDICATIONS, AS VERY POOR RESULTS
WILL USUALLY BE OBTA:NED DUE TO HE_RADIATION
BY THESE OBJECTS.
No C, W, Oscillati on, Check battery and
tubes V-I02 and V_I 03, Check tuning of C-401
( when' C-40~ is tuned t o frequency of crysta l

2.
NAVY MODEL DAV_2
RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

oscillator. oscillation may be stopped).


Check. c.ontlnu.lty o.r 5-406. section "B". Th1e
lI&y be cony.a.n.1.entlJ' accomplhhe.d by ch ecking
bet.een terllln&1. 8 and 9 ot J_eOI. Check
sam. c ircw t.a tor grounds: they ehould be
clear _hen 3_406 1. at. "D. F. LOCAL" or ~ D .F.
DI STANT" poa1t.ion ••

5.4 CIRCUIT CHECKING DATA.


(Se. D1.Agr.am. Fia •..7. !.or tuba Socke t and
Pin Locat..1.oll.8). All rea1etanee meaeurement.a
are mad. with vaCUUM tubea and batt.eriee re_
1II0ved. directly trom the tube aoeket pina to
ground ( cha •• i. ) . All volt.aS. .ea.ure.ente
ahould be made with & "tresh" power supply.
with the r ece iv er or tranamitt.er operatins.
and u8ing a l O-lIIasohal input vacuulII tube .,01 t-
.et.ar.

TUBE ELDI!NT DC VOLTS 0l1li.

185 Oacillator Ilxer Tube ( V_IOl).


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RADIO DIRECTION TINDER EQUIPIENT

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RADIO DIRECTION FINDER EQUIPMENT

MlE RUMENT ill DC VOLTS . CIDIS

354 .odulat.or Tub. (V-l07) .


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TABLE V
LIST or MANUFACTURERS

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Chicopee, lias ••
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Coral Gable_, Fla.
Phtladelphia, Pa."

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I. CBN Cen tral Radio Lab., Milwauke" W180.
CTE Telephonic., In c., Ne. York, N. Y.
CRV R. ~. A. MIg. Co., Camden, N. J.
17 CQB Bliley Electric Co., Erie, Pa.
28 ClIO Cinch lUg. Corp., Chicago, Ill.
'0 CRF The Rad iart Corp ., Cleveland, Ohio
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Audio De . elopaent Co .,
N.w York, N. Y.
Yinneapoli_, Ninn.
47 crn Erie Reaiator Corp ., P••
•7 CUP Carron IIfg . Co ., Chlc~go, Ill.
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CUyahoga Spring Co .,
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Tobe-Deutschman,
Clenland. Oh io
N•• Yor~ City, N. ·Y.
Canton, Yaaa.
106 Southern Engineering, Ylaml, fla.
107 Auburn, Middletown, Conn.
108 COE General Eleotrio Co., Scheneotady. N. Y.
109 Corda , Ltd., Newark, N. J.
U. American Steel Package Co., De fiance. Ohio
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Creatl., Plastlc"
New York City, N. Y.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
U. Waterproof Electric Co ., Loa Angele., Calif.

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APPENDIX A
INSTRUCTICWS FCR
PREPARING CW.. 19046 LEAD
ACID BATTERIES TOR SERVICE

Battery CW .. 19046 t. shipped in the -dry


cbarged- condition and electrolyte (.ultUric
acid solution) l'IIuat b. added to actiyat. It.
CAUTION: Do not .11.110. elect;rolyte to cau in
contact with skin, clothing, or other .quip-
cent.

A. HOI' TO FILL W1'lH ELECTR OLYTE.

1. Reilloy. and discard aChes he t&~ whioh


s.als ••nt hoI ea.
2. Add eleotrolyt. through ••nt hol.s with
the tilling de.1c. pro.id.d. (Acid should be
at la •• t 600 r. tor be.t r.sults.)
3. Fill alowly until liquid le.el reacbe_
llne l'IIarked -Initial tililng la •• l.- . Thi.
wl11 requ1re exactly 1/3 ot th. _lactrolyte
supplied, ln .aoh cell. 1 ••• 115 will ria.
elightly tor the tir.t hour upon _tanding and
.ay be lowered again by gently bumping or in..
• erting the cell to r.lease trapped ga.. AnY
.~c •••• l.ctrolyte abo •• operatlng leyel 11ne
should be re.cyed by l'IIeana ot the .yringe to
pr.yent pumplng and acld leakage du.lng ~ae.
lIaintain at this cperating l •• el lin. b,y the

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APPENDIX A
u •• ot dletllbd water only, during subs .. _
quent Berviee.
4. Use within 12 houre atter tIlling.

B. CHARGING.
1. RECHARGE PROMPTLY atter each use.
2. Charge at 1/2 ampere tor 16 hours.
3. It electrolyte level haa dropped during
charge, add pure water to re.tore to -operatM
ins level.- Never lIore than this.
4. Keep battery charged at all time.. AIM
lowIng to stand in discharged condItion will
render it inoperatIve.

WILLARD STORAGE BATTERY COMPANY


Cleveland. CIllo

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