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MAINTENANCE MANUAL

KNR 634A
NAV RECEIVER

MANUAL NUMBER 006-15644-0012


REVISION 12 JUNE, 2005
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REVISION HISTORY
KNR 634A

KNR 634A Maintenance Manual

Part Number: 006-15644-XXXX

For each revision, add, delete, or replace pages as indicated.

Rev. 11, April 2002

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All pages Full Reprint, new manual

Revision 11 creates a new stand-alone manual for the KNR 634A which was extracted from revi-
sion 10 of the KNR 634/634A KFS 564/564A maintenance manual, (P/N 006-05188-0010). Any
revisions to the KNR 634A maintenance manual, beginning with revision 11, will not be a part of
the KNR 634/634A KFS 564/564A maintenance manual.

Rev. 12, June/2005

ITEM ACTION
All pages Full Reprint

Specific changes in this revision are denoted by revision bar. Electronic cross-referencing and a
configuration appendix have been added. The Illustrated Parts List has been updated to reflect
current parts lists, assembly drawings, and schematics. Previous manual revision information has
been retained for historical reference. End item assemblies have been changed to 9 digit part
numbers.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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SECTION IV
THEORY OF OPERATION
4.1 GENERAL...................................................................................................................... 4-1
4.1.1 BASIC VOR PRINCIPLES ............................................................................................. 4-1
4.1.2 PRINCIPLES OF LOCALIZER SYSTEM ....................................................................... 4-3
4.1.3 BASIC GLIDESLOPE PRINCIPLES .............................................................................. 4-3
4.1.4 BASIC MARKER BEACON PRINCIPLES ..................................................................... 4-6
4.2 BASIC BLOCK THEORY .............................................................................................. 4-6
4.2.1 NAV RECEIVER/MOTHER BOARD .............................................................................. 4-6
4.2.2 NAV CONVERTER BOARD ......................................................................................... 4-6
4.2.3 RMI BOARD................................................................................................................... 4-7
4.2.4 GLIDESLOPE BOARD................................................................................................... 4-7
4.2.5 MARKER BEACON BOARD.......................................................................................... 4-8
4.3 DETAILED CIRCUIT THEORY...................................................................................... 4-8
4.3.1 NAV RECEIVER/MOTHER BOARD .............................................................................. 4-8
4.3.2 NAV CONVERTER BOARD ........................................................................................ 4-12
4.3.3 RMI BOARD................................................................................................................. 4-16
4.3.4 GLIDESLOPE BOARD................................................................................................. 4-18
4.3.5 MARKER BEACON BOARD........................................................................................ 4-22

SECTION V
MAINTENANCE
5.1 GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 5-1
5.2 TEST AND ALIGNMENT............................................................................................... 5-1
5.2.1 TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED.................................................................................... 5-1
5.2.2 DEFINITION OF STANDARD TEST TERMS AND CONDITIONS ................................ 5-2
5.2.3 FINAL DATA TEST SHEET ........................................................................................... 5-5
5.2.4 ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES...................................................................................... 5-17
5.3 OVERHAUL ................................................................................................................. 5-22
5.3.1 VISUAL INSPECTION ................................................................................................. 5-22
5.3.2 CLEANING................................................................................................................... 5-23
5.3.3 REPAIR........................................................................................................................ 5-28
5.3.4 DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY ....................................................................................... 5-32
5.3.5 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................. 5-34

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SECTION VI
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
6.1 GENERAL...................................................................................................................... 6-1
6.2 REVISION SERVICE ..................................................................................................... 6-1
6.3 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS........................................................................................... 6-1
6.4 SAMPLE PARTS LIST .................................................................................................. 6-3
6.5 KNR 634A FINAL ASSEMBLY ..................................................................................... 6-5
6.6 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD .......................................................... 6-21
6.7 KNR 634A RMI .......................................................................................................... 6-103
6.8 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER BOARD .................................................... 6-119
6.9 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE.......................................................................................... 6-217
6.10 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON ................................................................................ 6-273
6.11 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX BOARD ........................................................................... 6-321
6.12 KNR 634A GROUND PLANE.................................................................................... 6-353
6.13 KNR 634A PC BOARD.............................................................................................. 6-353
6.14 KNR 634A AGC AMPLIFIER ADAPTER .................................................................. 6-359

CONFIGURATION APPENDIX

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FIGURE 4-1 VOR SIGNAL GENERATION....................................................................... 4-2


FIGURE 4-2 LOCALIZER SIGNAL GENERATION .......................................................... 4-4
FIGURE 4-3 GLIDESLOPE PATH .................................................................................... 4-4
FIGURE 4-4 NAV CHANNELING DATA TIMING DIAGRAM.......................................... 4-11
FIGURE 4-5 GLIDESLOPE CHANNELING DATA TIMING DIAGRAM .......................... 4-21
FIGURE 4-6 NAV RECEIVER/MOTHER BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM ........................... 4-25
FIGURE 4-7 NAV CONVERTER BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM........................................ 4-27
FIGURE 4-8 RMI BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................................ 4-29
FIGURE 4-9 GLIDESLOPE BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM ................................................ 4-31
FIGURE 4-10 MARKER BEACON BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM ....................................... 4-33
FIGURE 5-1 KNR 634A/KFS 564 TEST SET-UP DIAGRAM ......................................... 5-35
FIGURE 5-2 NAV REC/MOTHER BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART ........ 5-37
FIGURE 5-3 NAV CONVERTER BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART.......... 5-41
FIGURE 5-4 RMI BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART .................................. 5-43
FIGURE 5-5 GLIDESLOPE BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART .................. 5-45
FIGURE 5-6 MARKER BEACON BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART ......... 5-47
FIGURE 6-1 SAMPLE PARTS LIST ................................................................................. 6-3
FIGURE 6-2 KNR 634A FINAL ASSEMBLY DRAWING (-0020) .................................... 6-13
FIGURE 6-3 KNR 634A FINAL ASSEMBLY DRAWING (-0010) .................................... 6-15
FIGURE 6-4 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSY DWG (-0020) ........ 6-55
FIGURE 6-5 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSY DWG (-0010) ........ 6-67
FIGURE 6-6 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC (-0020)....... 6-73
FIGURE 6-7 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC (-0010)....... 6-79
FIGURE 6-8 KNR 634A RMI BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING .................................... 6-111
FIGURE 6-9 KNR 634A RMI BOARD SCHEMATIC ..................................................... 6-115
FIGURE 6-10 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DWG (-0010)....... 6-155
FIGURE 6-11 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DWG (-0000)....... 6-161
FIGURE 6-12 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC (-0010)............... 6-169
FIGURE 6-13 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC (-0000)............... 6-185
FIGURE 6-14 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING .................... 6-231
FIGURE 6-15 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC..................................... 6-241
FIGURE 6-16 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING ........... 6-287
FIGURE 6-17 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC ............................ 6-297
FIGURE 6-18 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX ASSEMBLY DRAWING.................................. 6-333
FIGURE 6-19 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX SCHEMATIC .................................................. 6-345
FIGURE 6-20 KNR 634A PC BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING ...................................... 6-355
FIGURE 6-21 KNR 634A PC BOARD SCHEMATIC ...................................................... 6-357
FIGURE 6-22 KNR 634A AGC AMPLIFIER ADAPTER BOARD ASSEMBLY DWG...... 6-361
FIGURE 6-23 KNR 634A AGC AMPLIFIER ADAPTER BOARD SCHEMATIC.............. 6-363
FIGURE APP-1 KNR 634A UNIT CONFIGURATIONS DRAWING .................................. APP-3

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TABLE 4-1 SHARED LOC/GS FREQUENCIES ............................................................. 4-5


TABLE 5-1 RECOMMENDED CLEANING AGENTS ................................................... 5-24
TABLE 5-2 UNSAFE CLEANING AGENTS.................................................................. 5-25

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SECTION IV
THEORY OF OPERATION
4.1 GENERAL
The KNR 634A contains VOR, Localizer, Glideslope and Marker Beacon Receivers.
4.1.1 BASIC VOR PRINCIPLES
The basic function of VHF Omnidirectional Range (VOR) is to provide a means to determine an
aircraft’s position with reference to a VOR ground station and also to follow a certain path toward
or away from the station. This is accomplished by indicating when the aircraft is on a selected VOR
station radial or by determining which radial the aircraft is on. A means to differentiate between
radials and identify them is necessary. For this purpose, advantage is taken of the fact that the
phase difference between two signals can be accurately determined. The phase difference be-
tween two signals which are generated by the VOR station is varied as the direction relative to the
station changes so that a particular radial is represented by a particular phase difference. Refer
to FIGURE 4-1 VOR SIGNAL GENERATION. One non-directional reference signal is generated
with a phase that at any instant is the same in all directions. A second signal is generated with a
phase that at any instant is different in different directions. The phase of the variable phase signal
is the same as the phase of the reference signal only at the 0 deg. radial (North). As the angle
measured from the 0 deg. radial increases, the phase of the variable phase signal lags the phase
of the reference signal by the number of degrees of the angle from 0 deg. The reference and vari-
able phase signals, which are 30Hz voltages, are carried by RF to make radio transmission and
reception possible. The VOR receiving equipment must separate the 30Hz reference and variable
phase signals from the RF carrier and compare the phase of the two signals. The phase difference
is indicated on a course indicator or RMI.
The VOR electromagnetic field is composed of the radiation from two ground based antennas ra-
diating at the same carrier frequency. The first is a non-directional antenna radiating an amplitude
modulated carrier. The frequency of the modulating signal varies from 9480Hz to 10,440Hz back
to 9480Hz 30 times per second. That is, a 9960Hz subcarrier amplitude modulates the RF carrier
and is frequency modulated by 30Hz.
The second antenna is a horizontal dipole which rotates at the rate of 30 revolutions per second.
The dipole produces a figure 8 field pattern. The RF voltages within the two lobes are 180 deg.
out of phase with each other. The RF within one of the lobes is exactly in phase with the RF radi-
ated from the non-directional field. The rotating figure 8 pattern reinforces the non-directional pat-
tern on one side and cancels it on the other side (see FIGURE 4-1 VOR SIGNAL GENERATION).
This results in a cardioid field pattern which rotates at the rate of 30 revolutions per second, the
rate at which the dipole antenna rotates.
The signal at an aircraft within radio range of the VOR station is an RF carrier with amplitude vary-
ing at the rate of 30Hz because of the rotation of the cardioid pattern. The carrier is also amplitude
modulated at the station by the 9960Hz signal which is, in turn, frequency modulated by the 30Hz
reference signal so that it may be separated from the 30Hz variable phase signal.

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FIGURE 4-1 VOR SIGNAL GENERATION

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4.1.2 PRINCIPLES OF LOCALIZER SYSTEM


The localizer facility provides a visual display of the aircraft’s position relative to a straight ap-
proach line to the runway. The ground based localizer antenna system generates two patterns.
Refer to FIGURE 4-2 LOCALIZER SIGNAL GENERATION. One pattern is directed toward the
right side of the runway, the second to the left. The two patterns have the same carrier frequency
but different audio modulating signals. The pattern to the left of the runway (in normal approach)
is 90Hz amplitude modulated while the pattern to the right is 150Hz amplitude modulated.
The ratio of 90Hz to 150Hz audio, after demodulation, is dependent only upon the position of the
aircraft within the patterns. The patterns are adjusted so they are of equal strength on a vertical
plane extending out from the runway centerline. When the aircraft is on this plane, the 90Hz and
150Hz voltages will be equal.
4.1.3 BASIC GLIDESLOPE PRINCIPLES
The glideslope signal is radiated by a directional antenna array located near the approach end of
the runway. The signal consists of two intersecting lobes of RF energy. The upper lobe contains
90Hz modulation and the lower lobe contains 150Hz modulation. The equal tone amplitude inter-
section of these two lobes form the glide path. A typical glide angle is 2.5 degrees. If the aircraft
is on the glide path, equal amplitudes of both tones will be received and the deviation bar will be
centered. If the aircraft is above the glide path, 90Hz modulation predominates and the visual dis-
play is displaced downward. If below the glide path, 150Hz predominates and the display is dis-
placed upward. Refer to FIGURE 4-3 GLIDESLOPE PATH.
There are 40 glideslope frequencies in use today with a channel separation of 150KHz and each
of these is paired with a localizer frequency as shown in TABLE 4-1 SHARED LOC/GS FRE-
QUENCIES.

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FIGURE 4-2 LOCALIZER SIGNAL GENERATION

FIGURE 4-3 GLIDESLOPE PATH

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LOC FREQUENCY MHz GLIDESLOPE FREQUENCY MHz


108.10 334.70
108.15 334.55
108.30 334.10
108.35 333.95
108.50 329.90
108.55 329.75
108.70 330.50
108.75 330.35
108.90 329.30
108.95 329.15
109.10 331.40
109.15 331.25
109.30 332.00
109.35 331.85
109.50 332.60
109.55 332.45
109.70 333.20
109.75 333.05
109.90 333.80
109.95 333.65
110.10 334.40
110.15 334.25
110.30 335.00
110.35 334.85
110.50 329.60
110.55 329.45
110.70 330.20
110.75 330.05
110.90 330.80
110.95 330.65
111.10 331.70
111.15 331.55
111.30 332.30
111.35 332.15
111.50 332.90
111.55 332.75
111.70 333.50
111.75 333.35
111.90 331.10
111.95 330.95

TABLE 4-1 SHARED LOC/GS FREQUENCIES

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4.1.4 BASIC MARKER BEACON PRINCIPLES


Marker Beacon receivers are used to provide accurate fixes by informing the pilot of his passage
over beacon stations located on airways and ILS approach courses. Three types of beacons are
used. They are the outer marker, middle marker, and inner marker. The three markers are used
in conjunction with radio instrument landing systems. The markers are all transmitted at a frequen-
cy of 75MHz using three different frequencies of AM modulation.
The outer marker is normally positioned on the front localizer course near the point where the
glideslope approach path intersects the minimum inbound altitude after the procedure turn. Dis-
tance from the airport will vary from 4 to 7 miles. Radio frequency from the outer marker is project-
ed vertically in an elliptical cone shaped pattern. The outer marker signal is modulated at 400Hz:
and is keyed to emit dashes at a rate of two per second. When passing the outer marker, the blue
light flashes "on/off" at a two per second rate and the pilot hears a series of low tone dashes.
The middle marker is normally located on the front localizer course about 3200 feet from the ap-
proach end of the ILS runway. The radiated pattern is similar in shape and power to the outer
marker. The middle marker signal is modulated with 1300Hz and the modulation is keyed to iden-
tify by alternate dots and dashes. When the equipped aircraft passes the middle marker the pilot
hears a medium pitched tone in a series of dots and dashes and the amber light flashes synchro-
nously with the tones.
The inner marker is located close to the end of the runway. Radio frequency from the inner marker
is projected in a vertical cone shaped pattern. The inner marker signal is modulated at 3000Hz
and is keyed to emit dots at a rate of six per second. When passing the inner marker, the white
light flashes "on/off" at a six per second rate and the pilot hears a series of high tone dots. The
inner marker is used to indicate a point approximately 1500 feet from the runway and if on a proper
glide path the altitude above the runway should be approximately 100 feet.

4.2 BASIC BLOCK THEORY


4.2.1 NAV RECEIVER/MOTHER BOARD
The Nav Receiver/Mother Board contains the navigation receiver and power supply. Refer to FIG-
URE 4-6 NAV RECEIVER/MOTHER BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM while reading the following sec-
tion.
The navigation receiver is a single conversion superheterodyne design. The RF section of the re-
ceiver has two poles of selectivity both before and after the RF amplifier. The RF stages and VCO
are varactor controlled from the synthesizer tuning line.
The synthesizer uses a universal synthesizer LSI to generate a frequency 11.1 MHz below the
received frequency. The synthesizer receives its tuning information digitally from the KFS 564
control head and its reference frequency of 12.8MHz from a crystal oscillator.
The RF signal from the preselector and the local oscillator frequency are mixed in a dual gate
DMOS FET. The 11.1 MHz mixer output is selected with a crystal filter and amplified by two IF
amplifiers. The detected output contains VOR/LOC composite and audio. The audio between
350Hz. and 2.5KHz is amplified in the audio section to produce 50mW into a 600 ohm load.
The power supply employs a ringing choke regulator to produce the following DC voltages: +192V,
+15V, +5V, and -26V. In addition, series regulators are used to produce +10V and -15V.
4.2.2 NAV CONVERTER BOARD
The Nav Converter Board contains all the circuitry required to process a VOR/ILS Composite sig-
nal from either the NAV Receiver or an external source. Refer to FIGURE 4-7 NAV CONVERTER
BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM while reading the following section.

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If a VOR frequency is selected by the control head or a 429 tuning source, the VOR/ILS composite
signal which consists of a 9960 Hz frequency modulated reference phase signal and a 30 Hz vari-
able phase signal are separated by 9960 and 30 Hz bandpass filters. The 9960 Hz signal is then
fed to an FM discriminator that recovers the 30 Hz reference phase signal which is filtered by a
second 30 Hz bandpass filter. The 30 Hz reference and variable signals are squared and used to
gate timers that measure the reference signal period and the time between zero crossing edges
of the variable and reference signals.
The microcomputer uses these timers to generate the omnibearing. The converter microprocessor
finds the sine and cosine of the omnibearing and the difference between the omnibearing and the
selected course, which is digitized from the resolver inputs or is received from a 429 source. The
converter microprocessor outputs the signals for the OBI drivers, RMI card, and deviation through
a Digital to Analog Converter (DAC). The digital omnibearing is sent to the Interface micro-
processor to be transmitted on the 429 output ports.
When an ILS frequency is selected, the VOR/LOC composite consists of 90 Hz and 150 Hz audio
signals. The 90 and 150 Hz signals are separated by two bandpass filters. The outputs of the
filters are rectified and differentially amplified. The Converter microprocessor samples this signal
with an Analog to Digital Converter to create the localizer deviation. The Localizer deviation
is sent to the Interface microprocessor and is output to the D-bar through the Digital to Analog
converter.
The Flag indication status is created in both the VOR and ILS modes by summing the levels
from the bandpass filters. If the summed voltage from the bandpass filters falls below a usable
level, the microprocesssor will not pull the warning flag from view.
4.2.3 RMI BOARD
The RMI board uses the VOR sine and cosine θ DC outputs from the Nav Converter board and
compass X and Y outputs from a gyro-compass to produce synchro drive relative bearing signals
for an RMI. The relative bearing signals are produced by subtracting the magnetic heading from
the VOR bearing to the station. Refer to FIGURE 4-8 RMI BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM.
4.2.4 GLIDESLOPE BOARD
The Glideslope Board contains a complete glideslope receiver plus circuitry to process the detect-
ed signal and drive a D-bar. Refer to FIGURE 4-9 GLIDESLOPE BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM while
reading the following section.
The GlidesIope receiver is a single conversion superheterodyne design with an intermediate fre-
quency of 33.33KHz. It has two fixed-tuned RF stages, a dual gate FET mixer, three IF stages,
and an active AM detector. The IF contains a three section elliptic filter between the first and sec-
ond stage that determines its pass band. The local oscillator is a VCO, controlled by a frequency
synthesizer phase-locked loop. It uses a universal synthesizer LSI. The VCO frequency is doubled
to obtain a frequency 33.33KHz below the received frequency before being injected at the mixer.
The synthesizer receives its tuning information digitally from the KFS 564 control head and its ref-
erence frequency of 12.8MHz from a crystal oscillator on the Nav Receiver/Mother Board.
The glideslope composite signal from the AN detector consists of 90Hz and 150Hz signals. These
two signals are separated by 90Hz and 150Hz bandpass filters. Glide path information is obtained
by comparing the output levels of the two bandpass filters. The 150Hz signal is subtracted from
the 90Hz by rectifying the two signals in opposite directions and filtering out the resultant DC com-
ponent. This DC component is buffered by the D-bar driver before driving the glideslope D-bar.
Glideslope flag indication is obtained by summing the levels from the bandpass filters. If the
summed voltage from the bandpass filters falls below a usable level, the output voltage of the flag
amplifier will not be great enough to pull the warning flag from view.

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4.2.5 MARKER BEACON BOARD


Refer to FIGURE 4-10 MARKER BEACON BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM when reading the follow-
ing section.
The 75MHz marker beacon receiver is a single conversion superheterodyne receiver with a crystal
controlled local oscillator (L.O.) frequency of 85.7MHz. The intermediate frequency (IF) is there-
fore 85.7-75=10.7MHz which allows the use of commercially popular 10.7MHz crystal filters to sat-
isfy the IF bandwidth requirements.
Automatic gain control (AGC) is derived from the detected IF and is used to control the gain of the
single IF amplifier. Three active filters are used to differentiate among the three modulation fre-
quencies (400Hz, 1300Hz and 3000Hz) that are used on marker beacon signals. The output of
these active filters is amplified by the audio amp to produce the marker beacon audio output. Au-
dio muting is achieved by reducing the audio amp gain which is restored after 12 seconds. Also,
each of the active filter outputs is detected and causes the corresponding lamp driver to illuminate
the appropriate lamp.

4.3 DETAILED CIRCUIT THEORY


4.3.1 NAV RECEIVER/MOTHER BOARD
Refer to FIGURE 6-6 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC (-0020) or FIG-
URE 6-7 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC (-0010) while reading the
following section.
4.3.1.1 RF Amp
The RF signal input (108.00 to 117.95MHz) i s coupled into the first filter pole, L202 through L201.
L202 is varactor tuned by CR201. The signal is then coupled into the second filter pole, L203
through C205. L203 is varactor tuned by CR202. The RF signal is then capacitively coupled into
Gate 1 of the RF amplifier, Q201, a dual gate, enhancement mode, DMOS FET.
R211, R206, R207 and R208 set the bias on Q201. The RF amplifier AGC is applied to Gate 2 of
Q201. The voltage at Gate 2 will be approximately 9.8VDC (full RF gain) from no signal up to 50uV
(hard) input. At 50uV input, the RF AGC will attack and the AGC voltage will decrease according
to the level of the input signal. At high RF level inputs, the Gate 2 voltage may be as low as 0VDC.
The amplified RF signal is coupled into the third filter pole, L205 through R210 and C213. L205 is
varactor tuned by CR203. The signal is then coupled into the fourth filter pole, L206 through C217.
L206 is varactor tuned by CR204. The RF signal is then coupled into the mixer, G202 through
C220.
4.3.1.2 Mixer
The filtered amplified RF signal is applied to Gate 1 of Q202. The buffered VCO (local oscillator)
signal is coupled into Gate 2 by C222, R214 and C223. Gate 1 and Gate 2 are biased by R215,
R216, R217 and R218.
4.3.1.3 IF
T201 matches the 11.1MHz mixer output into the monolithic crystal filter FL201. T202 impedance
matches the FL201 output into the differential input of the first IF amplifier, I201. T203 matches
the output of I201 to the input of Q203, the second IF amplifier.

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4.3.1.4 AM Detector
The 11.1MHz IF output is coupled to the active detector by T204. Transistor Q205 and R233 de-
velop the base bias for Q204. With the collector shorted to the base, Q205 is functioning as a di-
ode which has the same thermal characteristics as transistor Q204. On negative swings, Q204
will conduct and on positive swings G204 will be turned off, thus providing detection. The detected
output (VOR/LOC composite) is filtered by C234, R235 and C235 before going to the AGC ampli-
fier. It is also buffered by emitter follower Q218 before going to the audio amplifier and Nav Con-
verter Board.
4.3.1.5 Audio Amplifier
The detected audio is filtered by R262 and C268, a 2.8KHz low pass filter, before reaching the
base of Q213. Q213 is a constant current source whose collector current is divided between Q214
and Q215. The percentage of collector current passing through each transistor is controlled by the
voltage from the remote volume control, which is coupled through R269 to the base of Q215. As
the voltage on the volume control line increases, Q215 turns on harder, causing a higher percent-
age of the collector current from Q213 to pass through it. As a result, the audio signal developed
across R266 increases. The gain from the base of Q213 to the collector of Q215 varies from nearly
0 to 1.3, depending on the setting of the remote volume control. The remote volume control line is
also pulled to ground, muting the audio output, when external VOR/LOC composite is selected.
This allows audio from the selected external receiver to be used. The audio signal at the collector
of Q215 passes through additional filtering and am emitter follower, Q216, before being coupled
to the non-inverting input of I202, the final stage of audio amplification. T206 matches the output
of I202 to 500 ohms. Overall, the audio amplifier has a gain of 40dB and a frequency response
from 350 to 2500Hz.
4.3.1.6 IF AGC
The AGC circuit amplifies the DC component of the detected signal. R261 and C267 attenuate the
AC components of the detected signal. The DC component is applied to the input of the differential
amplifier Q211 and Q212. R257, R258 and R259 set the attack point of the differential amplifier
by controlling the DC bias on the base of Q212. R257 is adjusted to obtain a .5VRMS composite
signal at TP203 in VOR mode. If no signal is being received, Q212 supplies all the current through
R260 and the collector of Q212 is low. This low collector voltage produces maximum gain in I201.
If the input signal level increases, the DC voltage on the base of Q211 will increase until it equals
the voltage on the base of Q212. At this point, Q211 turns on and supplies emitter current to R260.
This current from Q211 lowers the current that Q212 was supplying, thus raising the Q212 collec-
tor voltage. When the Q212 collector voltage rises, I201 gain is reduced.
4.3.1.7 RF AGC
The RF AGC is an integrator circuit with C265 and C266 as the feedback around the amplifier.
The RF AGC has a much slower response time than the IF AGC. Q208, Q209 and Q210 form a
differential amplifier with two inputs: the IF AGC voltage at TP202 and a reference voltage pro-
duced by R251, R252 and R253 which determines the attack point of the amplifier. R252 is ad-
justed so the RF AGC will attack at 50uV (hard) RF input. If the RF input is less than 50uV, Q209
supplies all the emitter current through R254, which turns on Q208. The resulting high RF AGC
voltage at TP206 biases Gate 2 of Q201 for maximum gain. If the RF input signal increases above
50uV, the voltage on the base of Q210 will increase until it is at least one diode drop above the
reference voltage on the base of Q209. Q210 will then turn on supplying current through R254,
which reduces the current flow through Q209 and Q208. The resulting drop in the RF AGC voltage
reduces the gain of Q201.

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4.3.1.8 VCO
The VCO is a Colpitts oscillator consisting of Q206, CR205 and associated components. CR205,
C252, L209 C253, C254 and C255 form the resonant circuit. Varactor CR205 is the voltage vari-
able tuning element. It is controlled by the tuning voltage from the frequency synthesizer. The VCO
frequency of oscillation can be varied from 96.9MHz to 106.85MHz (11.114Hz below the RF sig-
nal) by varying the DC voltage on CR205. L209 is adjusted to obtain an oscillation of 106.85MHz
with a tuning voltage of 7.75V.
The VCO output is taken from the collector of Q206 and amplified by buffer stage Q207 before
driving the mixer. The buffer eliminates frequency pulling of the VCO by the load. The output of
Q207 then passes through three additional buffer stages: Q110, Q109 and Q108 before going to
I107, the synthesizer LSI.
4.3.1.9 12.8MHz Reference Oscillator
Q104, Y101 and associated components form a Colpitts crystal oscillator with a resonant frequen-
cy of 12.8MHz. C136, C119p Y101, C121 and C120 form the resonant circuit. C136 is used to trim
the oscillator on frequency. The output is coupled through C125 from the emitter of Q104 to pin
15 of I107, the synthesizer LSI.
4.3.1.10 Synthesizer LSI, Charge Pump, Loop Filter
I107, the synthesizer LSI, performs the programmable divide and phase detection functions for
the phase locked loop frequency synthesizer. The 12.8MHz reference signal at pin 15 is divided
by 256 inside I107 to produce a 50KHz reference frequency. The buffered VCO at pin 11 is also
divided by an integer from 1938 to 2137 depending on the channel. to obtain 50KHz. The synthe-
sizer then phase/frequency compares the divided reference and VCO inputs. If the frequency of
the VCO is low with respect to the reference, the synthesizer produces "up" pulses on pin 3 of
I107. If the frequency of the VCO is high with respect to the reference, the synthesizer produces
"down" pulses on pin 2.
The "up" and "down" pulses are fed to the charge pump consisting of Q105, Q106 and Q107. "Up"
pulses turn on Q105 and Q106 to charge up the capacitors in the loop filter. "Down" pulses turn
on Q107 to discharge the capacitors in the loop filter. As a result, the tuning voltage is determined
by the relative duty cycle of the "up" and "down" pulses.
C246, C247, C248 and L207 filter the 50KHz reference frequency from the tuning voltage. C249,
C250, C251, R237, R238, R239, R240 and L208 provide additional filtering of the tuning voltage.
The tuning voltage tunes the RF preselector as well as the VCO.
Channeling information for I107 is received from an external control head in the form of serial data
an pin 7 of I107, a serial clock on pin 5 and a data strobe pulse on pin 10. The received channeling
information passes through Schmitt triggers, I103A-D, to insure good noise immunity. The serial
data is loaded into a shift register inside I107 on the falling edge of the clock. The data is then
latched upon receipt of a data strobe pulse at the end of the data stream. The use of a data strobe
pulse enables I107 to ignore other data (including glideslope channeling data) that is sent over the
same lines.
The NAV serial channeling data is a 19 bit word consisting of 3 mode bits, a 4 bit binary number
called Ns, and a 12 bit binary number call Npc. Refer to FIGURE 4-4 NAV CHANNELING DATA
TIMING DIAGRAM.
The 3 mode bits are always "001." They program I107 to divide the reference frequency by 256.
Ns and Npc determine the number that the VCO frequency is divided by called Nt. Nt varies from
1938 at 108.00MHz to 2137 at 117.95MHz. Ns, Npc and Nt are related by the following equation:
Nt = 16Npc - Ns At 108.00MHz, Nt = 1938, Ns = 14 and Npc = 122.

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The 12.8MHz reference signal is buffered inside I107. The buffered 12.8MHz is used as a refer-
ence frequency by the glideslope frequency synthesizer.
4.3.1.11 ILS/VOR Mode Switch
Two external ILS energize inputs are combined in a diode "and" gate, CR108 and CR109, to pro-
duce the internal ILS line. The ILS line is then inverted by Q111 to produce the internal ILS line. If
either external ILS energize input is pulled low, the unit goes into ILS mode. if both external ILS
energize inputs are high, it is in VOR mode.
4.3.1.12 12.8MHz Switch
In ILS mode. CR110 is forward biased by current flowing from the ILS line through R120, L105,
CR110 and R121 to ground. As a result, the buffered 12.8MHz reference signal is allowed to pass
to the Glideslope Board. In VOR mode, CR110 is turned off, blocking the 12.8MHz reference sig-
nal from the Glideslope Board. This switch prevents the glideslope 12.8MHz reference signal from
causing birdies in the nav receiver in VOR mode.

FIGURE 4-4 NAV CHANNELING DATA TIMING DIAGRAM

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4.3.1.13 Power Supply


The power supply is a constant frequency, variable duty cycle ringing choke regulator with an ef-
ficiency of about 75%. DC current flowing through the primary winding of the power transformer,
T101, is alternately switched on and off by Q103, a V-MOS field effect power transistor. When the
primary current is on, energy is stored in the transformer’s magnetic field. When the primary cur-
rent is off, the energy is dissipated by current flowing in the secondary winding. Four taps on the
secondary winding are then rectified and filtered to produce the various DC voltages required by
the KNR 634A.
Voltage regulation is achieved by varying the duty cycle of the switching signal that drives Q103.
The +15V output is divided down to +12V by R105, R122 and R106. This voltage is compared by
I1028 to the +12V output of I101, a series regulator.
I102B controls the voltage across C109 which serves as one input to a second comparator, I102C.
I102D and associated components form an 11KHz sawtooth oscillator. The sawtooth waveform
on C110 serves as the second input to comparator I102C. The output of I102C is a square wave
whose duty cycle is controlled by the DC voltage on C109. It is coupled through emitter follower
Q102 and CR103 to the gate of Q103. R122 is adjusted to obtain +15V at TP210.
I102A shuts down the power supply in the event of overload by sensing the +5V line and the volt-
age across R125. If any of the secondary voltages are shorted, the current through the primary
winding of T101 increases, increasing the voltage across R125. In addition, the voltage on the +5V
line decreases. Consequently, I102A, an open collector comparator, turns on, discharging C108
and C109. The resulting duty cycle of the switching signal at the gate of Q103 then drops until the
peak current through the primary winding of T101 is less than 8 amps. If the overload is removed,
I102A will automatically shut off, returning the power supply to normal operation.
Q101 turns the power supply on and off. If the ON line is grounded, Q101 turns on, allowing the
power supply to operate normally. If the ON line is open, Q101 turns off, removing power from
I101, I102 and Q102. As a result, the switching signal at the gate of Q103 disappears, so it is
turned off. +27.5V is taken from the collector of Q101 to operate the audio amplifier and the VOR/
LOC and Glideslope superflags. +10V and -15V are provided by series regulators I105 and I104,
respectively. Both regulators have built in current limiting.
4.3.2 NAV CONVERTER BOARD
Refer to FIGURE 6-12 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC (-0010) or FIGURE
6-13 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC (-0000) while reading the following
section.
4.3.2.1 Internal/External Composite Switch and Buffer Amp
The Internal/External Composite switch I117A selects the VOR/LOC composite source of the NAV
receiver or external source to I1103B, a buffer amplifier. If the EXT VOR/LOC input is open, R1356
pulls it up to 5V. The internal composite signal is routed through C1122, I1117A and R1146 to the
inverting input of I1103B. If the EXT VOR/LOC input is grounded the external composite signal is
sent through C1123, I1117A and R1146 to the inverting input of I1103B. I1103B inverts and am-
plifies the VOR/LOC composite signal with a gain of 2.2.
4.3.2.2 FM Discriminator and Bandpass Filters
In VOR mode, the composite signal consists of a 9960 Hz reference signal frequency modulated
at 30 Hz plus a 30 Hz variable phase signal. The two frequency components are separated from
the composite signal by 9960 and 30 Hz second order bandpass filters. The 9960 Hz filter con-
sists of I1103A and associated components, while the 30 Hz filter consists of I1118 and associated
components. R1154 allows tuning of the variable phase bandpass filter to precisely 30 Hz and
adjustment for slight differences in phase delay through the circuitry from radio to radio.

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The output of the 9960 Hz filter I1103B is sent thru I1103A, R1120, and C1106 to I1102 a phase-
locked loop FM discriminator which consists of a phase comparator, low pass filter, VCO and
source follower amplifier. The 9960 Hz input signal at pin 14 of I1102 is phase compared to the
VCO output at pin 4. The phase comparator output at pin 2 of I1102 is a square wave whose duty
cycle is a function of the difference in the phase between the input and the VCO signals. R1123
and C1109 filter the phase detector output, producing the VCO tuning voltage at pin 9 of I1102.
Since the input signal is frequency modulated at 30 Hz, the VCO tuning voltage will also vary at
30 Hz. The VCO tuning voltage is buffered by a source follower to produce the discriminator out-
put at pin 10 of I1102. R1122, R1125, R1121 and C1107 controls and adjusts the frequency and
lock range of the VCO.
The discriminator output consists of the 30 Hz reference signal plus a 9960 Hz component.
I1120A buffers the signal to equalize the gain with respect to the variable phase signal path. An-
other second order 30 Hz bandpass filter, consisting of I1108A, B, D and associated components
removes the 9960 Hz component. R1136 allows tuning of the bandpass filter to precisely 30 Hz
and adjustment for slight differences in phase delay through the circuitry from radio to radio.
4.3.2.3 Squaring Circuit
The outputs of the reference I1108A and variable I1118A 30 Hz bandpass filters are squared by
I1108D and I1118D, and inverted by I1112E and I1112C respectively.
4.3.2.4 Timing Circuit
I1113 is coupled to I1114 which gates the reference and variable square waves together produc-
ing signals whose duty cycles are dependent on the phase difference between the variable and
reference 30 Hz signals.
When I1121 pin 27 goes high I1110C inverts the reference signal. I1115A divides the reference
square wave by 2. These signals control three timers in I1116. The clock for I1116 originates
with Y1102, Q1112 and Q1113. I1115B divides this 3579.545 KHz clock by 2 before driving
I1116. When one of the gate signals goes low the Converter processor I1121 is interrupted. It
reads the 16 bit count generated by the gate signal in two 8 bit words and uses it to generate an
omnibearing.
4.3.2.5 VOR Flag Circuit
CR1110, R1324 and C1228 rectify and filter the reference 30 Hz signal. CR1116, R1325 and
C1236 rectify and filter the variable 30 Hz signal. I1121 samples these voltages to determine the
state of the VOR Flag.
4.3.2.6 400 Hz Oscillator and OBS Driver
I1107A and associated components form a 400Hz 26VAC oscillator to provide a 400Hz reference
frequency in phase with the aircraft 400Hz power. The 400 Hz square wave output from I1107A
pin 1 is clamped to ground and +5V by CR1114 before being sent to I1121 and I1112F, which in-
verts that signal before sending it to I1121. I1121 uses the 400Hz input to synchronize I/O func-
tions. I1107B buffers the 400 Hz square wave before driving the OBS Resolver B line.

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4.3.2.7 OBS Resolver


When an OBS Resolver EZ’d at 0 degrees is connected to the radio the sum of the E and F EZ @
0 degree signals rectified by CR1112 and CR1113, and filtered by R1333, R1334 and C1196 will
exceed the reference voltage of R1336 and R1339. The output of I1109B will be at ground poten-
tial. The OBS E and F EZ @ 0 degree will be coupled through I1117B and I1117C to ANALOG
multiplexer I1129 where they can be sampled by I1121 and converted into a selected course. In
the absence of any signal at OBS E and F EZ @ 0 degree R1338 will pull the output of inverter
I1109B high and OBS E and F ORZ @ 300 degrees will be coupled through I1117B and I1117C
to I1129.
4.3.2.8 Sine and Cosine Drivers
In sync with the 400 Hz reference I1121 sends a 12 bit word to I1122 corresponding to the cosine
of the current omnibearing on pins 21-24 and 32-39. I1122 converts this digital data into an an-
alog current referenced from Zener diode CR1106. I1123A converts this current to a voltage.
I1121 outputs address 0 on pins 1-4 which causes the voltage at analog multiplexer I1124 pin 3
to be selected to I1124 pin 13. C1147 samples and holds this voltage. I1125D is a non-inverting
amplifier with a gain of 2.25 with a current boost supplied by transistors Q1103 and Q1104. I1121
will next send the sine of the omnibearing and address 1. C1148 will sample and hold this voltage
for the sine driver, I1125C. 180 degrees out of phase with the 400 Hz, I1121 outputs the negative
cosine and sine of the omnibearing to the drivers. Every other time Cosine and Sine output is re-
versed so that the Sine Output is first directly followed by the Cosine output, and the negative out-
put of the Sine and Cosine.
I1121 outputs cosine and sine with address 2 and 3 that are sampled and held by C1145 and
C1146. I1126A and I1126b are voltage followers generating the cos DC and sin DC.
4.3.2.9 Deviation and To/From
I1121 outputs the digital difference between the omnibearing and the selected course to I1122.
When address 4 is output on pins 1-4 of I1121, C1149 samples the voltage from I1123A and holds
it for the voltage follower I1125B. The voltage is divided by R1209, R1210 and R1242 and buffered
by voltage follower I1126D. CR1111 limits the voltage in case of a circuit failure to +_.4 Volts.
When the difference between the omnibearing and selected course is between 270 and 90 de-
grees, I1121 outputs full scale to I1122 and address 5 to I1124. C1150 samples this voltage for
the voltage follower I1125a. R1212 and R1213 divide the output of I1125a by 55. When the dif-
ference between the omnibearing and selected course is between 90 and 270 degrees, I1121 out-
puts zero to I1122.
When I1121 interprets a flag condition it outputs half scale, or zero volts to the Deviation and To/
From Drivers.
4.3.2.10 Flag Driver
When I1121 interprets a flag condition it outputs a high on pin 28 which is inverted by I1111B.
When the output of I1111B is low Q1108 is turned off in turn turning off Q1107. No current flows
to light the Nav Superflag indicator or pull the Nav Flag from view.
When I1121 interprets the nav data to be valid it outputs a low on pin 28 causing the output of
I1111B to go high. Q1108 is turned on and current flows through Q1107. The Nav Superflag is
pulled to +27.5V and the Nav Flag output is clamped to +.4V pulling the flag from view.

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4.3.2.11 Glideslope Signal Switch


In VOR mode I1121 outputs a low on pin 25 turning off Q1109. The bases of Q1101 and Q1102
are pulled up to +15 volts by R1103. The glideslope +Up and glideslope +Flag are pulled up and
clamped to +.4V above the glideslope +Down line. This pulls the glideslope Flag and D-bar out
of view.
4.3.2.12 Glideslope Amplifier
I1120B differentially amplifies the glideslope deviation with a gain of 5.1. The output of I1120B is
clamped to +_4.3V before being sampled by I1121 utilizing the analog multiplexer, I1129 ad-
dress 2, and the analog to digital converter (ADC). The ADC is comprised of I1122, I1123A and
comparator I1128B.
4.3.2.13 Localizer Circuitry
In ILS mode the composite signal consists of 90 and 150 Hz components. The 90 Hz signal is
separated by a second order bandpass filter with a gain of 5 and a Q of 5 consisting of I1131B and
associated components. CR1117 rectifies the 90 Hz signal. I1104B buffers the DC voltage.
R1236 allows gain adjustment of the amplifier to match the gain of the 150 Hz signal path. The
150 Hz signal is separated by a second order bandpass filter with a gain of 5 and a Q of 5 con-
sisting of I1131A and associated components. CR1118 rectifies the 150 Hz signal. I1104B and
C buffer the voltages. These voltages are differentially amplified by I1104A and I1104D with unity
gain. This voltage is filtered by C1131 and amplified by I1104D with a gain of about 1.5. R1239
allows gain adjustment of this stage. I1121 samples this voltage by using the ADC and address
0/ of I1129 and converts it to digital data.
The voltages generated by the rectified 90 and 150 Hz filter outputs are filtered, summed and com-
pared to a minimum reference voltage by I1132A. I1121 reads this digital output through I1105
at address 0 in determining the status of the Nav Flag.
4.3.2.14 Serial Bus Driver and Receiver
When I1156 is tuning the receivers I1156 pin 17 is low enabling the data on I1156 pins 25-28 to
be presented to the outputs of I1149 A-D. When I1156 is not tuning the receivers I1156 pin 17
is high disabling I1149 A-D. I1156 monitors the serial data, clock and strobe with I1150 B, D and
E. To allow the processor time to access the data it is latched into a flip- flop I1148B by the clock
pulse.
4.3.2.15 Marker Beacon Receiver
The marker beacon signals are referenced to a minimum voltage of 4VDC and buffered by I1141
A-C before going to I1156 for inclusion in the digital omnibearing word.
4.3.2.16 ARINC 429 Receiver
The source select line which is buffered by I1142D selects the buffered and level shifted 429 signal
from I1147B when it is low and from I1147A when it is high through the switches I1144A and B.
I1144C is used as an inverter. If the input differential voltage is greater than 6VDC then the out-
puts of I1142A and C go low. If the input differential voltage is less than -6VDC then the output
of I1142B goes low and the output of I1142C goes high.

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4.3.2.17 ARINC 429 Driver


Data from I1156 is sent to inverters I1150A and F which is then outputted to I1143A, B and
I1140A, B which are identical complimentary differential amplifiers with current boost output stag-
es Q1115 thru Q1118 and Q1119 thru Q1122. When I1156 pin 34 goes low output port 1(a) and
2(a) go to 5VDC and output port 1(b) and 2(b) go to -5VDC. When I1156 pin 35 goes low output
port 1(b) and 2(b) go to 5VDC and output port 1(a) and 2(a) go to -5VDC. When I1156 pins 34
and 35 are both high all output port lines are 0vdc.
4.3.2.18 Watchdog Circuits
If a failure renders I1121 unable to transmit data on pin 11 for a period of time exceeding 16 clock
cycles of the oscillator composed of I1111C, I1111D, I1111E, R1119 and C1170, I1106 will
count up and generate a ripple carry out on pin 15 resetting I1121. I1151 and I1148A perform
the same function for I1156.
4.3.2.19 Marker Beacon Circuits
I1141A, C and D are comparators which provide the proper input voltage to I1156 from the marker
beacon input lines. The lines of the op amps are pulled low by R1347 thru R1349. A high on any
of the input lines will pull the appropriate output line high which is connected to I1156 thus I1156
will register a marker beacon indication.
4.3.2.20 SDI Circuits
The SDI input lines are provided to give each unit a particular name or code. With a 0/ unit on,
the SDI code will be open. The KNR 634A is given a hard wired identifier by pulling one or both
of the SDI lines low.
4.3.2.21 Audio Mute
When the Audio Mute line is pulled to ground the amplitude of the Nav Audio output will be 0 volts.
4.3.3 RMI BOARD
Refer to FIGURE 6-9 KNR 634A RMI BOARD SCHEMATIC when reading the following section.
Throughout this section, θ represents the VOR bearing to the station and θ represents the mag-
netic heading. All 400Hz signals on the RMI Board are either in phase or 180 deg. out of phase
with the aircraft 26VAC 400 Hz. In phase corresponds to a positive amplitude while 180 deg. out
of phase corresponds to a negative amplitude.
The compass X and compass Y signals are both 400Hz sine waves whose amplitudes in VR14S
are given in the following equations:
Compass X amplitude = -11.8 cosine (θ -30 deg.)
Compass Y amplitude = -11.8 cosine (θ +30 deg.)
The RMI X and RMI Y signals that must be derived are also 400Hz sine waves whose amplitudes
in VRMS are given in the following equations:
RMI X amplitude = 11.8 cosine (θ - 0 -30 deg.)
RMI Y amplitude =11.8 cosine (θ - 0 +30 deg.)
The compass Z and RMI Z lines are both grounded.

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4.3.3.1 Resistor Network and Multipliers


The compass X and compass Y signals are combined by a resistor network consisting of R913-
919 to produce differential 400Hz signals representing - sine θ and - cosine θ . Their VRMS am-
plitudes are:
TP901 - TP904 (amplitude) = -2.14 cosine θ
TP902 - TP903 (amplitude) = -2.14 sine θ
These signals are then multiplied by DC voltages representing sine θ and cosine θ in I902-905.
Each of these multiplier ICs has two sets of differential inputs and a differential current output. The
differential current output of each IC is proportional to the product of the two differential voltage
inputs. In each IC, a 400Hz signal is multiplied. by a DC voltage resulting in a 400Hz current out-
put. R930, R935, R940 and R945 control the gain of the multiplier IC’s. R905-908 are adjusted to
compensate for any DC offsets that may exist in the multipliers.
The amplitude of the differential current output of I902 is proportional to -cosine θ cosine θ while
the output of I903 is proportional to sine θ sine θ . Both differential current outputs are connected
to the input of op-amp I906B in order to perform the following trigonometric function:
- cosine (θ - 0)= -cosine θ cosine θ - sine θ sine θ
The VRMS amplitude of the resulting 400Hz signal at TP908 is:
TP908 (amplitude) = -4.3 cosine (θ - 0)
The amplitude of the differential current output of I904 is proportional to - sine θ cosine θ while the
output of I905 is proportional to cosine θ sine 0. Both differential current outputs are connected to
the input of op-amp I906A in order to perform the following trigonometric function:
-sine (θ - 0) = -sine θ cosine 0 + cosine θ sine 0
The VRMS amplitude of the resulting 400Hz signal at TP909 is:
TP909 (amplitude) = -4.3 sine (θ - 0)
4.3.3.2 RMI Drivers
In order to convert the signals at TP908 and TP909 into RMI X and RMI Y, they must be combined
in accordance with the following trigonometric formulas:
Cosine (θ - 0 -30 deg.= cosine (θ - 0) cosine 30 deg. + sine (θ - 0) sine 30 deg.
= .866 cosine θ - 0) + .5 sine (θ - 0)
Cosine θ - 0 +30 deg.) = cosine (θ - 0) cosine 30 deg. - sine (θ - 0) sine 30 deg.
= .866 cosine (θ - 0) -.5 sine (θ - 0)
The required combining is performed by the RMI Drivers consisting of I907, I908 and associated
components.
Both op-amps use transistors to obtain greater output drive and voltage swing capability. Under
quiescent conditions, transistors Q904 and Q905 are turned off while Q902 and Q903 are turned
on slightly to supply bias current to I907. If the output of I907 is driven positive, it draws more cur-
rent from the positive supply input, pin 7, in order to supply positive current to R969. The additional
current drawn at pin 7 turns Q902 on harder, which turns Q904 on. Q904 then pulls the output
positive. If the output of I907 is driven negative, it draws more current from the negative supply
input, pin 4. The additional current drawn at pin 4 turns Q903 on harder, which turns Q905 on.
Q905 then pulls the output negative. The transistors associated with I908 function in a similar fash-
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The output of each RMI driver passes through an incandescent lamp, DS901 and DS902, before
going to the RMI. The lamps have a nonlinear impedance which provides current limiting to protect
the output transistors following an abrupt change in direction while providing the high torque re-
quired to minimize errors at or near a null position. +/- 35V required for the RMI Drivers is obtained
by rectifying and filtering the aircraft 400Hz 26VAC line.
4.3.3.3 Park Switch and 90 Deg. Bearing Generator
The Park Switch causes the RMI needle to park at a 90 deg. relative bearing whenever the NAV
receiver is flagged or whenever the unit is in ILS mode. A logic "0" on either the NAV superflag
line or the ILS line turns on Q901. The resulting logic "1" at the collector of Q901 turns on four
analog gates, I901A-D. I901C and D short out the differential inputs to the multipliers representing
-cosine θ and -sine θ, respectively. Consequently, the outputs of all four multipliers are 0. The re-
sulting signals at TP908 and TP909 are also 0. The aircraft 26VAC 400Hz is divided down by
R958 and R959 and coupled to the RMI drivers through I901 A and B to produce the RMI X and
RMI Y outputs corresponding to a relative bearing of 90 deg.
4.3.4 GLIDESLOPE BOARD
Refer to FIGURE 6-15 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC when reading the follow-
ing section.
4.3.4.1 RF Amps
The first stage of RF amplification is formed by Q301 and its associated components. Gate 1 of
Q301 is tuned by L300 and variable capacitor C302. L301 and C306 provide the tuning for the
drain of Q301. The second RF stage is formed by Q302 and its associated components. Q302’s
drain is tuned using L302 and C319. Both stages are tuned to resonate at approximately 332MHz.
The gain of Q301 is 10dB and Q302 has about the same amount, giving a total gain of 20dB before
reaching the mixer stage. Q301 and Q302 are both dual gate, N channel, enhancement mode,
field effect transistors. Since these are enhancement mode devices, their gates must be positive
biased for proper operation. The tuning of these stages provides the necessary preselection of the
RF signal.
4.3.4.2 Mixer
Capacitor C318 couples the preselector output to the mixer stage, Q303. Q303 is also a dual gate
FET with the preselector output applied to Gate 1 and the local oscillator signal applied to Gate 2.
Gates 1 and 2 are biased by R311-314. Q303 mixes the local oscillator signal with the preselector
RF signal to produce an IF frequency of 33.33KHz.
4.3.4.3 IF
The first IF amplifier is formed by Q304 and its associated circuitry and has a gain of 27dB. The
output of Q304 is then passed into the elliptic IF filter. This filter consists of a three section low
pass filter with three tuned circuits to provide three distinct notches in the frequency response. The
elliptic filter has a 6dB break point at approximately 60KHz and 60dB of rejection at 79.5KHz.
C335 couples the signal from the elliptic filter to the second IF amplifier, I301. The gain of I301 is
controlled by AGC voltage on pin 2. C339 then couples the output of the second IF amplifier to the
third IF amplifier, Q305 and its circuitry. R338 and R339 provide the biasing for Q305. The output
of Q305 is coupled to the detector stage through C343.

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4.3.4.4 AM Detector
Q307 and R345 develop the base bias for Q306. The collector of Q307 is shorted to the base so
that it will function as a diode with the same thermal characteristics as Q306. On positive swings
of the IF output, Q306 conducts and on negative swings it cuts off, thus providing detection. R344
and C344 filter out the IF frequency from the composite audio.
4.3.4.5 AGC
The glideslope receiver has both an IF and RF AGC. The DC component of the composite signal
at the output of the AM detector is integrated by I302D to produce the IF AGC voltage. It controls
the gain of I301, the second IF stage. An increase in IF AGC voltage reduces the gain of I301.
The output of the first IF stage is AM detected and integrated to produce the RF AGC. The IF sig-
nal at the collector of Q304 is first buffered by emitter follower Q322 and then detected by Q309.
Q308 and R325 provide the base bias for Q309. Q309 conducts on the negative half cycles and
cuts off on the positive half cycles of the IF signal on its base, thus providing detection. The de-
tected output is filtered by R323 and C348 and integrated by I302A to produce the RF AGC volt-
age. R320 sets the RF AGC amplifier to attack at the correct RF input level. The RF AGC voltage
goes to gate 2 of both Q301 and Q302 to control their gain. A decrease in RF AGC voltage causes
a decrease in RF gain. Deriving the RF AGC from the first IF amp output prevents the RF stages
from being overdriven by strong off frequency signals that are rejected by the IF bandpass filter.
4.3.4.6 VCO and Frequency Doubter
The VCO is a Colpitts oscillator consisting of Q313, CR301 and associated components. L311,
CR301, C373, C374, C378 and C379 are the major frequency determining components, The VCO
is capable of changing from 164.558MHz to 167.483MHz (RF frequency minus 33.33KHz divided
by two) by varying the DC voltage on varactor CR301.
The VCO output is buffered and doubled in frequency by Q315 before going to the mixer. Q314
and R400 provide base bias for Q315. The doubler input is tuned to the second harmonic of the
VCO by the series resonance of C381 and l308. The doubler output is tuned to the second har-
monic by the parallel resonance of l306 and the internal capacitance of Q315. This tuning provides
frequency doubling so that the resultant frequency fed to the mixer is 33.33KHz below the selected
RF frequency.
The VCO output is also coupled through a buffer stage, Q316, to the prescaler input of the syn-
thesizer LSI. Buffering the VCO output is necessary to prevent frequency putting of the VCO by
the load.
4.3.4.7 Synthesizer LSI, Charge Pump and Loop Filter
I304, the synthesizer LSI, performs the programmable divide and phase detection functions for
the phase locked loop frequency synthesizer. I304 receives a 12.8MHz reference input signal on
pin 15 from a crystal oscillator on the Nav Receiver/Mother Board. The synthesizer divides the
12.8MHz by 1536 to obtain an 8.333KHz reference. The buffered VCO at pin 11 of I304 is also
divided by an integer from 19747 to 20098, depending on the channel, to obtain 8.333KHz. The
synthesizer then phase/frequency compares the divided reference and VCO inputs. If the frequen-
cy of the VCO is low with respect to the reference, the synthesizer produces "up" pulses on pin 3
of I304. If the frequency of the VCO is high with respect to the reference, the synthesizer produces
"down" pulses on pin 2.
The "up" and "down" pulses are fed to the charge pump consisting of Q310, Q311 and Q312. "Up"
pulses turn on Q310 and Q311 to charge up the capacitors in the loop filter. "Down" pulses turn
on Q312 to discharge the capacitors in the loop filter. As a result, the tuning voltage is determined
by the relative duty cycle of the "up" and "down" pulses.

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C368-370 and L309 filter the 8.333KHz reference frequency from the tuning voltage. R386, R410,
R389 and C371 provide additional filtering of the tuning voltage. L310 provides isolation between
the tuning voltage and the VCO. A 521Hz square wave on pin 14 of I304 is filtered by R391 and
C372 to produce a sawtooth waveform. The sawtooth is coupled onto the tuning voltage line
through R390 to provide approximately +/-1KHz of dither on the VCO frequency. The dither pre-
vents exact harmonic relationships from developing between the IF and modulation frequencies
which could cause error in the glideslope D-bar output.
Channeling information for I304 is received from an external control head in the form of serial data
on pin 7 of I304, a serial clock on pin 5 and a datastrobe pulse on pin 10. The serial data is load-
ed into a shift register inside I304 on the falling edge of the clock. The data is then latched upon
receipt of a strobe pulse at the end of the data stream.The use of a data strobe pulse enables
I304 to ignore other data (including navigation channeling data)that is sent over the same lines.
The glideslope serial channeling data is a 19 bit word consisting of 3 mode bits, a 4 bit binary num-
ber called Ns, and a 12 bit binary number called Npc. Refer to FIGURE 4-5 GLIDESLOPE CHAN-
NELING DATA TIMING DIAGRAM. The 3 mode bits are always "101". They program I304 to di-
vide the reference frequency by 1536. Ns and Npc determine the number that the VCO frequency
is divided by, called Nt. Nt varies from 19747 at 329.15MHz to 20098 at 335.00MHz. Ns , Npc and
Nt are related by the following equation:
Nt = 16 Npc - Ns
At 329.15MHz, Nt = 19747, Ns = 13 and Npc = 1235.
4.3.4.8 Course Width Amp
The composite signal from the AM detector passes through the course width amplifier, I302B, be-
fore going to the bandpass filters. R351 controls the gain of I302B. It is adjusted to provide the
proper course width indication.
4.3.4.9 Bandpass Filters
The 90Hz and 150Hz components of the glideslope composite are separated by 90 and 150Hz
second order bandpass filters. The 90Hz bandpass filter consists of I303D and associated com-
ponents while the 150Hz bandpass. filter consists of I303A and associated components.

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FIGURE 4-5 GLIDESLOPE CHANNELING DATA TIMING DIAGRAM

4.3.4.10 Deviation Detector and D-Bar Driver


CR303 rectifies the 90Hz filter output and passes only the positive portion of the sine wave. This
rectified signal charges C353 in the positive direction. The output of the 150Hz bandpass filter is
rectified by CR305, which passes only the negative portion of the sine wave. This signal drains
the charge from C353. The resulting voltage on C353 is proportional to the difference in amplitude
between the two signals which, in turn, is proportional to the deviation of the aircraft from the nom-
inal glide path. R359 is adjusted to obtain 0 volts across C353 when the 90Hz and 150Hz signals
are equal in amplitude. The voltage on C353 is inverted, amplified, buffered and filtered by I303C
and associated components before being used to drive the glideslope deviation indicator (D-bar).
R364, CR308 and CR309 limit the output of I303C to +/-.7V to protect the deviation indicator.
When the glideslope is flagged, Q319 turns on and shorts out feedback resistor R362. As a result,
the gain of I303C is reduced to 0, which forces the D-bar to center position.
1302C is wired as a voltage follower biased at half the supply voltage. Its output serves as the
common line for both the D-bar and flag output. It also serves as the reference voltage for I303A-
D.
4.3.4.11 Flag Circuit
I303B is wired as an integrator and is used to monitor the output levels of the two bandpass filters.
The signals at TP307 and TP308 are rectified by CR304 and CR307, respectively. in order to drive
the output of the integrator high. At the same time, current through R376 and R373 tries to drive
the output of the integrator low. If the signals at TP307 and TP308 are both present and at least
75% of normal amplitude, the output of I303B goes high, turning on Q320 and Q321. As a result,
the glideslope flag is retracted from view and the glideslope superflag output is high. CR316 limits
the flag voltage to .5V to avoid overdriving the flag. If either signal at TP307 or TP308 is absent,
the output of I303B goes negative, turning off Q320 and Q321. As a result, the glideslope flag
shows and the glideslope superflag output is low.

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4.3.4.12 ILS Switch


The ILS switch disables the Glideslope Board on non-ILS channels. When the ILS is high, Q317
and Q318 both turn off, removing +5V from pin 1 of I304 and removing +10V power from the
Glideslope Board. On ILS channels, Q317 and Q318 both turn on, enabling the Glideslope Board
to function.
4.3.5 MARKER BEACON BOARD
Refer to FIGURE 6-17 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC when reading the
following section.
4.3.5.1 ON/OFF Switch And Series Regulators
Power to the Marker Beacon Board is switched on and off by Q510, Q511 and associated com-
ponents in response to the logic level on the ON line. If the ON line is open, Q510 and Q511 are
both turned off. If the ON line is grounded, both transistors conduct supplying power to the board.
The ON line is connected to a switch on the volume control of the KFS 564 Control Head.
The switched +27.5VDC is regulated down to +9.5V by series regulator I503. Precision resistors
R570 and R571 program its output voltage. The +9.5V is then regulated down to +7.3V by Q512,
an emitter follower.
4.3.5.2 Sensitivity Threshold Switch
The 75MHz marker beacon signal is received from the marker beacon antenna and immediately
attenuated to the desired amplitude by pots R501 and R503. R501 is used to set the high sensi-
tivity threshold at 200uV and R503 to set the low sensitivity threshold at 1000uV. Q514, CR501,
CR502 and associated components switch between the two thresholds in response to the logic
level on the marker high/low sensitivity line. If the line is open, Q514 is turned on and current flows
from the +7.3V supply through R504, the primary winding of T501, CR502, L506 and Q514 to
ground. The resulting forward bias on CR502 connects the low sensitivity threshold signal on the
wiper of R503 to the preselector. if the marker high/low sensitivity line is grounded, current flows
from the +7.3V supply through R504, the primary winding of T501, CR501 and L502 to ground.
The resulting forward bias on CR501 connects the high sensitivity threshold signal on the wiper of
R501 to the preselector.
4.3.5.3 RF Preselector
The RF preselector consists of three tuned circuits, T501, T502 and T503, each of which is center
tuned to 75MHz. This preselector will provide about 70d8 of attenuation at the image frequency
(96.4MHz) and beyond.
4.3.5.4 Local Oscillator
The local oscillator is a Colpitts design utilizing a fifth overtone crystal, Y501, to provide 85.7MHz
injection to the mixer.
4.3.5.5 Mixer and IF Bandpass filter
The 85.7MHz local oscillator output is mixed with the 75MHz RF at the dual gate FET, Q502. The
mixer output is the difference frequency of 10.7MHz which is selected by T504 and the four pole
crystal filter FL501. R520 and L504 ensure proper impedance matching at the output of the crystal
filter which wants to see a resistive 5K load. The 3dB bandpass of FL501 is at least +/-15KHz to
allow for variations in ground station frequency. The response at +/-200KHz is at least 40dB down
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4.3.5.6 IF Amp
1502 is an integrated circuit broadband amplifier which provides about 55dB of gain at 10.7MHz.
The differential output of I502 is applied across the primary of T505 which is tuned to 10.7MHzHz
providing more IF selectivity.
4.3.5.7 AM Detector
The secondary of T505 drives an active detector consisting of Q503 and Q504. Q503 provides the
base to emitter bias voltage of about .6V which keeps Q504 right on the verge of conduction with
no signal in. The signal at the base of Q504 is then detected since a negative going voltage causes
Q504 to conduct white a positive going voltage shuts off Q504.
4.3.5.8 AGC
All the automatic gain control (AGC action required by the receiver is performed by I502, which
has a minimum of 60dB of AGC. An increase in AGC voltage at pin 2 of I502 decreases the gain.
The AGC voltage is derived from the detected IF by a differential amplifier consisting of Q506,
Q507 and associated components. R528 and C523 filter out the AC component of the detected
IF. The DC component of the detected IF at the base of Q507 increases with increasing signal
strength. R531 sets the AGC attack point. With no RF input, Q507 is turned off and Q506 is turned
on, pulling the AGC voltage at TP502 low. As the RF input increases, the DC voltage on the base
of Q507 increases until it equals the voltage on the base of Q506. At this point Q507 begins to
conduct, which cuts off Q506 and increases the AGC voltage. When the AGC voltage decreases,
negative feedback is provided from the collector to the base of Q506 through CR503 and C521 to
slow the rate of decay. When the AGC voltage increases, CR503 is reverse biased so no feedback
is provided. Thus, the AGC has a fast attack and stow decay.
4.3.5.9 Audio Buffer and Bandpass filters
The detected IF signal is buffered by emitter follower Q505 to provide a low impedance source to
drive the bandpass filters. The bandpass filters are second order active filters with a center fre-
quency voltage gain of 5 and a Q of 5. The bandpass, filters consist of I501A, B and C and asso-
ciated components. The resonant frequencies of the three filters are 400Hz, 1300Hz and 3000Hz.
4.3.5.10 Audio Amplifier
The output of the bandpass filters are summed by R580-582 and amplified by I501D. Q508 and
Q509 form an emitter follower push-pull output for increased drive capability. The base-emitter
drops in these transistors also provide an audio threshold to prevent noise and small signals from
being heard. In order to obtain any audio output at TP504, the AC signal at the bases of Q508 and
Q509 must exceed 1.2V p-p. An input of .24p-p is required from one of the bandpass filters to ob-
tain 1.2V p-p at the bases of the transistors. The ratio of feedback resistor R534 to the input resis-
tors, R580-582, determines the input threshold level. A second feedback resistor, R535, adjusts
the gain of the audio amplifier once the threshold is exceeded. T506 matches the audio output
impedance to 500 ohms.
4.3.5.11 Audio Muting
Marker Beacon Audio Muting is achieved by momentarily grounding the MB AGC/Mute line. This
discharges C554 through CR313 and turns on Q526. With 0526 turned on feedback resistor R534
is bypassed and reduces the gain for I501D to zero. This prevents Q508 and Q509 from turning
on. After releasing the MB AGC/Mute line C554 is charged back up through R603 and R604 turn-
ing off Q526 and restores audio after 12 seconds.

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4.3.5.12 Tone Detectors and Lamp Drivers


The outputs from the three bandpass filters are detected by Q523, Q524 and Q525. The emitters
of all three of these transistors are connected to a common point, which causes only the strongest
tone to get detected at any given time. When one of these transistors conducts, it raises the volt-
age at all three emitters, thus raising the threshold for the other two detectors.
The current passed by one of the detector transistors causes its associated lamp driver to turn on
and light the appropriate lamp. Q518, Q519 and Q520 are the lamp drivers. R572 and C535 pro-
vide a slight delay in triggering Q518 on to prevent noise spikes from lighting the blue lamp. Iden-
tical RC delays are located in the other two lamp circuits.
4.3.5.13 Dimming
Marker lamp dimming is provided by an external photocell and Q516. The external, photocell is a
light sensitive resistor that decreases in resistance as the intensity of light falling on it increases.
As a result. the voltage across C532 increases with increasing ambient light level. This voltage is
applied to the base of Q516., a Darlington emitter follower, where it is used to control the voltage
on the emitters of all three lamp driver transistors. As the voltage across C532 increases, the
lamps glow brighter.
4.3.5.14 Self Test
If the marker self test line is grounded, Q521 and Q522 both turn on. The resulting base current
that flows through CR509, CR510 and CR511 to ground turns on all three lamp drivers. Approxi-
mately two seconds after the marker self test line is grounded, Q522 will turn off again due to the
capacitive coupling between Q521 and Q522. As a result, all three lamps will remain lit only about
2 seconds when the self test button is pressed.
4.3.5.15 Middle Marker Detector
The middle marker detector senses when the 1300Hz bandpass filter output is high enough to light
the middle marker lamp. If the signal, at the output of the 1300Hz filter is below the middle marker
lamp threshold, Q513 is biased off by R567. If the filter output rises above the middle marker lamp
threshold, it is amplified and clipped by Q513 to produce a 9.5Vp-p square wave on the AC middle
marker sense line. This square wave is peak detected by CR505 and C531 to produce a logic high
on the DC middle marker sense line. The AC and DC middle marker sense lines are intended to
be used for autopilot coupling since flight control systems cue off the middle marker to reduce the
gain of the system as the range decreases

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FIGURE 4-6 NAV RECEIVER/MOTHER BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM

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FIGURE 4-7 NAV CONVERTER BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM

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FIGURE 4-8 RMI BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM

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FIGURE 4-9 GLIDESLOPE BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM

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FIGURE 4-10 MARKER BEACON BOARD BLOCK DIAGRAM

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SECTION V
MAINTENANCE
5.1 GENERAL INFORMATION
This section contains test, alignment, inspection, cleaning, disassembly/assembly and trouble-
shooting procedures for the KNR 634A.
5.2 TEST AND ALIGNMENT
The test procedures of Section 5.2.3 FINAL DATA TEST SHEET should be followed to determine
if the KNR 634A is operating properly. If it is not, the alignment procedures are given to bring the
KNR 634A up to Minimum Performance Standards. Refer to FIGURE 5-1 KNR 634A/KFS 564
TEST SET-UP DIAGRAM for a suggested test set up.
5.2.1 TEST EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
A. Power Supply +28VDC @ 5A: Sorensen PTM 28-6.0 or equivalent
B. Power Supply 26VAC/400Hz @5vA: Aviation Instrument Manufacturing Corpora-
tion - P20 or equivalent
C. Oscilloscope: Tektronics 465 or equivalent
D. Digital Voltmeter: Fluke 8000A or equivalent
E. VHF Signal Generator: HP 8640B or equivalent
F. VOR/LOC Glideslope Modulator: TIC-T20A or equivalent
G. Precision Track Selector or ARINC Indexed Digital OBS: Collins 479V-3 or equiv-
alent
H. Deviation Microammeter (1K ohm, 150-0-150uA): Available from Honeywell un-
der P/N 023-00113-0000
I. Warning Flag Microammeter (1K ohm, 0-500uA): Available from Honeywell un-
der P/N 023-00114-0000
J. TO/FROM Microammeter (200 ohm, 500-0-500uA): Available from Honeywell
under P/N 023-00127-0000
K. Heading Simulate Synchro: Clifton CGH-8-A-7 or equivalent
L. 3-Wire RMI: Aeronetics 2105D-A-6 or equivalent
M. 6dB RF Attenuator (50 ohm input/output): Weinschel Model 1 or equivalent
N. KFS 564/A Control Head, Honeywell P/N 071-1216-XX or 071-1283-XX
O. KFS 564 Installation Kit, Honeywell P/N 050-01827-0000
P. KNR 634A Installation Kit, Honeywell P/N 050-01842-0000
Q. Marker Beacon Lights:
Blue - 6VDC @ 400mA maximum
Amber - 6VDC @ 400mA maximum
White - 6VDC @ 400mA maximum
OR
KA 35A Available from Honeywell under P/N 066-3012-01
R. Audio AC Voltmeter with dB Scale: Ballantine 303 or equivalent
S. Frequency Counter: Beckman 6148A or equivalent
T. Audio Signal Generator: HP200CD or equivalent
U. Optional Test Setup with KTS 143
Shown in KTS 143 Maintenance/Overhaul Manual, P/N 006-05542-0000

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V. Apple Test system: Apple IIe or Apple II plus with 48K memory or equivalent sys-
tem. 5 1/4 Apple Disk Drive II and disk controller card. System compatible video
monitor. A sample of the Apple screen information in shown in Section 5.2.2 DEF-
INITION OF STANDARD TEST TERMS AND CONDITIONS subsection "B".
W. KCT 150: Honeywell Async card (2) and 5 1/4 Floppy Disk
X. KCA 150: Interface box and cables
5.2.2 DEFINITION OF STANDARD TEST TERMS AND CONDITIONS
NOTE:
The KNR 634A should be given a15 minute warm-up
period before beginning the Alignment Procedure
and/or Final Test Procedure. During the warm-up
period, the KNR 634A should be powered using both
the 28 Vdc and 26 Vac 400 Hz. inputs. (For unit ver-
sions that do not include the internal RMI board, it is
not necessary to use the 26 Vac 400 Hz. input during
the warm-up period.

A. Standard VOR Test Signal - An RF carrier, simultaneously amplitude modulated,


by the following signals:
(1) 9960Hz Subcarrier
(a) Modulation Depth 30 +/-1%.
(b) Nominal frequency of 9960Hz.
(c) Frequency modulation deviation ratio of subcarrier 16 at a frequen-
cy of 30 (+/-0.1%) Hz.
(2) Variable Phase Signal
(a) Modulation depth 30 +/- 1%.
(b) Frequency 30 (+/-0.1%) Hz.
The variable signal phase can be varied with respect to the
30Hz frequency modulating signal of the subcarrier.
B. Standard VOR Audio Test Signal - An RF carrier amplitude modulated 30% at 1000
+/-100Hz.
C. Standard Localizer Test Signal - An RF carrier amplitude modulated simultaneous-
ly with 90Hz +/-.3% and 150Hz +/-.3% signals so that the sum of their separate
modulation percentages equals 40 +/- 2%.
D. Standard Localizer Centering Signal - A standard localizer test signal is which
the difference in depth of modulation of the 90 and 150Hz signals is less than .002
(.1dB).
E. Standard Localizer Deviation Signal - A standard localizer test signal in which
the difference in depth of modulation of the 90Hz and 150Hz signal is .093 +/-
.002 (4.1 +/-.1dB tone ratio).
F. Standard Localizer Voice/Ident Signal - A standard localizer test signal to which
is added a 1000Hz audio signal amplitude modulating the carrier 30%.
G. Standard Glideslope Test Signal - An RF carrier amplitude modulated simulta-
neously with 90Hz +/-.3% and 150Hz +/-.3% of such levels that, when each
signal is applied independently, the carrier is modulated 40 +/-2%.

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H. Standard Glideslope Centering Signal - A standard glideslope test signal in which


the difference in depth of modulation of the 90 and 150Hz is less than .002 (.1dB).
I. Standard Glideslope Deviation Signal - A standard glideslope test signal in which
the difference in depth of modulation of the 90 and 150Hz signals is 0.091 +/-.002
(2+/-.1dB tone ratio).
J. Standard Marker Beacon Test Signal - An RF input signal at 75MHz +/-.005%
amplitude modulated 95 +/-3% successively at 400 +/-4Hz, 1300 +/-13Hz and
3000 +/-30Hz.
K. Standard External VOR Signal - The modulating signals as specified in A at a level
of.5 +/-.15VRMS.
L. Standard External Localizer Signal - The modulating signal as specified in C, D
and E, at a level of .35 +/-.03VRMS.
M. RF Signal Voltages - All RF signal voltages are expressed in hard microvolts,
indicating the level at the signal generator output. A 6dB pad must be inserted
between the RF signal generator and the radio under test.
N. DC Power Input - 27.5VDC +/-10% @ 2.5A.
O. AC Power Input - 26.0+/-.5VAC, 400 +/-8Hz @ 3vA.
P. Bearing Error - Bearing error in degrees may be read as deviation in uA, where
15uA equals 1deg. of error.
Q. Signal Source Impedance - The signal source output impedance shall be 50 ohms
+/-10% and reactance of not more than 10% of the transmission line characteristic
impedance.
R. Frequency Specifications - NAV: 108.00 to 117.95MHz in 50 KHz increments;
LOC: All odd 100 KHz frequencies between 108.10 and 111.95 MHz; G/S:
329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz (40 channels 150 KHz spacing).
S. Output Loads -
VOR/LOC Course Deviation Output: 0 to 5, 1K Loads
NAV Flag Output: 0 to 5, 1K Loads
TO/FROM Output: 0 to 3, 200 ohm Loads
Glideslope Deviation Output: 0 to 5, 1K Loads
Glideslope Flag Output: 0 to 5, 1K Loads
Glideslope Superflag Output: Can supply up to 0.25 amp
NAV Superflag Output: Can supply up to 0.25 amp
VOR/LOC Composite Output: 0 to 4, 40K Loads
RMI Output XYZ 10VRMS nominal: 0 to 3 AAR 2105 S D-A-6 or
equivalent loads.
OBI Output: 0 to 2 Clifton EWH-8-LDG-9/L914 or
equivalent loads (Sine/Cosine
400Hz AC).
NAV Audio Output: 100mW minimum into 500 ohm
Marker Beacon Audio Output: 50mW minimum into 500 ohm
Marker Beacon Lamp Drive Outputs: Blue: 400mA maximum @ 6VDC
Amber: 400mA maximum @ 6VDC
White: 400mA maximum @ 6VDC
DC Middle Marker Sense: 47K maximum load
AC Middle Marker Sense: 10K maximum load

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+V: 10mA maximum


+10VDC: 120mA maximum
+185VDC: 10mA maximum
-26VDC: 3mA maximum
ARINC 429 1 to 20 12K, 1000 pF loads
T. Apple II test screen

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5.2.3 FINAL DATA TEST SHEET

Serial Number_________________
066-1078-XX _________________

The following procedures should be used to determine the overall performance of the KNR634A.
Should any requirements not be met, refer to sections 5.2.4 ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES and
5.3.5 TROUBLESHOOTING for guidance in locating the source of the problem.
5.2.3.1 POWER SUPPLY CHECKS

A. Input Current:

Measure the input current to the KNR634A with the ON line J6341-7 open. It should
be not more than 1mA. Check the current with the ON line grounded, the unit will
draw as indicated below.

OFF Current ____ (√ OK, NMT 1 mA)

Nominal Current at 27.5 V dc ____ (√ OK)

Version: -0010 -0011 -0012 -0013 -0014 -0015 -0016 -0017

NMT: 1.3 A 1.2 A 1.15 A 1.05 A 1.2 A 1.1 A 1.05 A .95 A

Peak Current at 27.5 V dc

Version: -0010 -0011 -0012 -0013 -0014 -0015 -0016 -0017

NMT: 3.0 A 1.7 A 2.6 A 1.3 A 2.9 A 1.6 A 2.5 A 1.2 A

B. Power Supply Outputs:

Measure the following outputs with a digital voltmeter.

Output Voltages:

185 V dc _____________ V dc (NLT 180, NMT 190 V dc)

10 V dc _____________ V dc (NLT 9.5, NMT 10.5 V dc)

-26 V dc _____________ V dc (NLT -27, NMT -25 V dc)

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5.2.3.2 VOR TESTS

A. NAV Flag/ NAV Superflag:

Observe the flag currents under the following conditions.

Freq. R.F.
Condition Flag Current NAV Super Flag
(MHz) (uV)

Std. VOR Test Signal 108.00 2 ___(√ OK, > .260 V dc) ___(√ OK, NLT 18 V dc)

Std. VOR Test Signal 117.95 2 ___(√ OK, > .260 V dc) ___(√ OK, NLT 18 V dc)

Std. VOR Test Signal 113.00 2 ___(√ OK, > .260 V dc) ___(√ OK, NLT 18 V dc)

113.00 (30
Var. Phase Only 100 ___(√ OK, < .125 V dc) ___(√ OK, NMT 1 V dc)
Hz)

113.00
Ref. Phase Only 100 ___(√ OK, < .125 V dc) ___(√ OK, NMT 1 V dc)
(9960 Hz)

113.00 (NO
No R.F. Signal NO R.F. ___(√ OK, < .125 V dc) ___(√ OK, NMT 1 V dc)
SIG)

B. Glideslope Flag and D-Bar:

When the unit is in VOR mode the glideslope flag shall be pulled from view and the
D-Bar shall be pulled maximum up.

S1101 OPEN: GS D-BAR MAX UP____(√ OK) GS FLAG OUT OF VIEW____(√ OK)

S1101 CLOSED: GS D-BAR CENTERED____(√ OK) GS FLAG IN VIEW____(√ OK)

C. Selectivity:

Channel RF generator frequency to 113.00MHZ. With an unmodulated RF input of


10uV measure the NAV AGC voltage using a digital voltmeter, record reading be-
low. Increase the RF input level 6dB (to 20uV) and vary the RF generator frequency
above and below 113.00MHZ to obtain the same reference AGC voltage. The fre-
quencies obtained should be at least 15.8 kHz above and below the on channel fre-
quency. Record readings below. Increase the RF input level an additional 54 dB (to
10000uV) and vary the RF generator frequency above and below 113.00MHZ to ob-
tain the same reference AGC voltage. The frequencies obtained should be within
42kHz of the on channel frequency. Record readings below.

Reference AGC Level ________

Upper 6 dB (-81 dBm) _____________kHz (NLT 15.8 kHz)

Lower 6 dB (-81 dBm) _____________kHz (NMT -15.8 kHz)

Lower 60 dB (-27 dBm) _____________kHz (NLT -42.0 kHz)

Upper 60 dB (-27 dBm) _____________kHz (NMT 42.0 kHz)

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D. VOR Deflection Sensitivity, Response, & Polarity:

Set up signal generator with a standard VOR test signal, a input frequency of
113.00MHZ, and a RF input level of 100uV (-67dBm). Set OBS/OBI switch to OBS.
Adjust Precision track selector (PTS) to 0 ° . Set bearing on signal generator to 10°
TO. With a digital voltmeter measure the deviation current. Record reading below,
and check OK below if D-Bar deflects right.

Set bearing on signal generator to 350° TO. With a digital voltmeter measure the
deviation current. Record the reading below and check OK below if D-Bar deflects
left. Set bearing on the signal generator and the precision track selector to 0° . Tie
the Time Constant Select line J6342-39 to the TC load line J6342-38 and allow the
deviation current to stabilize. Change the bearing on the signal generator to 10° ,
measure the time required for the deviation current to reach 70 % (.105 V dc) of its
final of its final value. It should be no less than 6 and not more than 8 seconds. Re-
move the RF input from the signal generator by removing the NAV RF coax from the
signal generator. The deviation current must not be more than .01 V dc.

+10° TO__________ V dc (NLT .135, NMT .165 V dc) D-Bar deflects right _________(√ OK)

-10° TO__________ V dc (NLT -.165, NMT -.135 V dc) D-Bar deflects left __________(√ OK)

Time Constant________ Sec (NLT 6, NMT 8 Sec) Flagged __________V dc (< .01 V dc)

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E. Course Accuracy & RMI Accuracy:

NOTE: RMI data taken for versions 0010 thru 0013 only.

‘Set the precision track selector (PTS) and VOR bearing as indicated. Observe the
deviation current, digital omnibearing (label 222), selected course (label 24), OBI
and RMI outputs. The deviation current should not exceed ± .009 V dc for any radial.
The ARINC 429 digital omnibearing error should be less that ± .45° . The ARINC 429
selected course error should be less than ± .45° . The OBI output error should not
exceed ± 1.5° . The RMI error should not exceed ± 2.0° .

LABEL 222 LABEL 24


DEVIATION Digital Selected
PTS & VOR Current OMNIBEARING COURSE OBI RMI
Bearing (± .009 V dc) (±.45° ) (± 1° ) (± 1.5° ) (± 2.0° )

0° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

0° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

30° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

30° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

60° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

60° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

90° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

90° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

120° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

120° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

150° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

150° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

180° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

180° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

210° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

210° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

240° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

240° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

270° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

270° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

300° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

300° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

330° TO _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

330° FR _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________

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F. TO/FROM FLAG CHARACTERISTICS:

Set the precision track selector (PTS) to 0° . Set the ILS line J634-17 to the indicated
state. Measure the TO/FROM flag current at the indicated VOR bearings.

Bearing ILS SWITCH Flag Level

85° TO ILS(LOW) ____________ V dc (NLT -.004, NMT .004 V dc)

85° TO VOR(HIGH) ____________ V dc (NLT .04, NMT .1 V dc)

95° TO VOR(HIGH) ____________ V dc (NLT -.1, NMT -.04 V dc)

G. NAV Audio Output:

Apply a 20uV RF carrier that is amplitude modulated 30% at 1KHz. Measure the au-
dio output using an AC voltmeter with the volume control input J634-9 grounded or
set to minimum volume. The audio output should be not more than .05 V rms. Open
the volume control line J6341-9 or set to maximum volume. The audio output should
be no less than 5.7 Vrms.

Min Volume ________________ V rms (NMT .05 V rms)

Max Volume ________________ V rms (NLT 5.7 V rms)

H. AGC:

Apply a standard VOR audio test signal to the unit. Monitor the audio output J6341-
12 with an audio AC voltmeter. The audio output should not vary more than 3dB
when the RF level is varied from 5 to 20,000 uV.

5 to 20000 μV _____________ (√ OK, NMT 3 dB)

I. Audio Frequency Response:

Apply a standard audio test signal externally modulated at 30% with an Audio Oscil-
lator. Measure the audio output using an AC voltmeter. Vary the audio oscillator from
350Hz to 2500 Hz, checking that the audio output readings vary not more than 6dB.

350 to 2500 Hz ____________ (√ OK, NMT 6 dB)

J. Audio Sensitivity & Quieting:

Apply a standard VOR audio test signal to the unit at the indicated frequencies. Set
the RF level of the signal generator to 3 uV. Measure the Signal to Noise Ratio (S/
S+N) at the audio output J6341-12 using an audio voltmeter. Turn modulation on
and measure the Signal + Noise level. Turn modulation off and measure the Noise
level. The S/S+N should be no less than 6 dB. Increase RF level of the signal gen-
erator to 100 uV and repeat the same test from above at the indicated frequency.

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The S/S+N should be no less than 20 dB.

113.00 _________dB
108.00 _________dB
117.95 _________dB (NLT 6 dB @ -97.5 dBm 3 μV)
114.90 _________dB (NLT 20 dB @ -67 dBm)

K. VOR Composite Output:

Modulate Signal Generator with a Standard VOR signal. Measure the VOR compos-
ite output with an AC voltmeter. It should measure no less than .4 VAC and not more
than .6 VAC.

NOTE: A Peak reading meter calibrated in RMS should be used.

_______________VAC (NLT .4, NMT .6 VAC)

L. EXT VOR Mode:

Ground the EXT VOR/LOC line J6342-11. Apply a standard VOR composite signal
to VOR/LOC composite input line J6342-28 and disconnect the NAV RF input to the
unit. Measure the NAV superflag line J6342-49 with a DC voltmeter. The NAV su-
perflag line should be no less than 18 VDC.

NAV Super Flag ______________(NLT 18 VDC)

5.2.3.3 LOC TESTS

A. Localizer Flag Characteristics:

Channel unit and signal generator to 110.10 MHz. Observe the NAV flag current and
NAV superflag under the following conditions:

Condition RF Level (uV) Flag Current NAV Super Flag

0 DDM 2 ______(√ OK, > .26 V dc) ______(√ OK, ON)

150 Hz only 1000 ______(√ OK, < .125 V dc) ______(√ OK, OFF)

90 Hz only 1000 ______(√ OK, < .125 V dc) ______(√ OK, OFF)

NO RF --- ______(√ OK, < .125 V dc) ______(√ OK, OFF)

B. Localizer Sensitivity:

Set RF level of signal generator to 2uV (-101dBm). With a digital voltmeter, monitor
the NAV flag voltage. Decrease the RF level of the signal generator until voltmeter
reading drops just below .19 V dc. The RF level of the signal generator must be not
more than 2 uV (-101 dBm).

Flag > .19 V dc ___________uV (NMT 2uV or -101 dBm)

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C. Localizer Centering:

Modulate the signal generator with a standard LOC signal. Set DDM on signal gen-
erator at .000. Measure the deviation current at the indicated RF input levels. The
deviation current should be no less than -.003 and not more than +.003 V dc. Monitor
the digital deviation output transmitted on the ARINC 429 bus (label 173) at the in-
dicated RF input levels. The digital deviation output should be no less than -.004 and
not more than +.004 DDM.

(NLT -.003,
@ 10μV ________V dc @ 1000μV ________V dc @ 20000μV ________V dc NMT .003 V dc)

(NLT -.004,
@ 10μV ________DDM @ 1000μV ________DDM @ 20000μV ________DDM
NMT .004 DDM)

D. Localizer Deflection:

Modulate the signal generator with a standard LOC signal. Set the RF level and
DDM on the signal generator as indicated below. Measure the deviation current and
429 digital deviation (label 173). The deviation current and 429 digital deviation
should measure as indicated below.

DDM RF LEVEL Deviation Current 429 Digital Deviation

(NLT .078, (NLT .088,


+.093 30 μV ___________V dc NMT .102 V dc) ___________DDM NMT .098 DDM)

(NLT .078, (NLT .088,


+.093 1000 μV ___________V dc NMT .102 V dc) ___________DDM NMT .098 DDM)

(NLT .078, (NLT .088,


10000 μV
+.093 ___________V dc NMT .102 V dc) ___________DDM NMT .098 DDM)

(NLT -.102, (NLT -.098,


-.093 30 μV ___________V dc NMT -.078 V dc ___________DDM NMT -.088 DDM)

(NLT -.102, (NLT -.098,


-.093 1000 μV ___________V dc NMT -.078 V dc ___________DDM NMT -.088 DDM)

(NLT -.102, (NLT -.098,


10000 μV
-.093 ___________V dc NMT -.078 V dc ___________DDM NMT -.088 DDM)

E. Localizer Composite Output:

Set the RF level of signal generator at 1000 uV (-47 dBm). Set LOC DDM on the
signal generator at .000. Measure the VOR/LOC composite with an AC voltmeter.
The composite should measure no less than .32 and not more than .38 VAC.

NOTE: (A Peak reading meter calibrated in RMS should be used.)

_____________ VAC (NLT .32, NMT .38 VAC)

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F. NAV ARINC 429 Tuning:

Transmit a VOR frequency word of 115.00 MHz (label 34) to the unit while the ILS
Energize J6341-17 is open. The unit should tune to the received 429 frequency and
the NAV superflag should be no less than 18 V dc or NAV superflag light on. Repeat
the same test with an ILS frequency word of 110.10 MHz (label 33) while the ILS
Energize J6341-17 is grounded. The unit should tune to the received 429 frequency
and the NAV superflag should be no less than 18 V dc or NAV superflag light on.

NAV Superflag Light On @115.00 MHz ________ (√ OK)

@110.10 MHz _______ (√ OK)

5.2.3.4 GLIDESLOPE TESTS

A. Glideslope Flag Characteristics:

Channel the unit and the signal generator to 109.30 MHz (332.00 MHz). Modulate
the signal generator with a standard glideslope test signal. Observe the glideslope
flag current and glideslope superflag under the following conditions.

Condition RF Level (μV) Flag Current GS Super Flag

GS Signal 15 to 10000 _____(√ OK, > .26 V dc) _____(√OK, NLT 18 V dc)

90 Hz 700 _____ (√ OK, < .125 V dc) _____(√ OK, NMT 1 V dc)

150 Hz 700 _____(√ OK, < .125 V dc) _____(√ OK, NMT 1 V dc)

RF OFF 0 _____(√ OK, < .125 V dc) _____(√ OK, NMT 1 V dc)

B. Glideslope Centering:

Modulate the signal generator with a standard glideslope test signal. Set the RF lev-
el of the signal generator as indicated below. Set the DDM on signal generator to
.000. Measure the glideslope deviation current and the glideslope digital deviation
(label 174). The glideslope deviation current and digital deviation should measure
as indicated below.

RF Level Deviation Current Digital Deviation

@ 50 μV ________V dc (NLT -.01, NMT .01) ________DDM (NLT -.012, NMT .012)

@ 700 μV ________V dc (NLT -.01, NMT .01) ________DDM (NLT -.012, NMT .012)

@ 10k μV ________V dc (NLT -.01, NMT .01) ________DDM (NLT -.012, NMT .012)

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C. Glideslope Deflection:

Modulate the signal generator with a standard glideslope test signal. Set the RF lev-
el and DDM on the signal generator as indicated below. Measure the glideslope de-
viation current and 429 digital deviation (label 174). The glideslope deviation current
and 429 digital deviation should measure as indicated below.

DDM RF LEVEL Deviation Current Digital Deviation

(NLT .066, (NLT -.105,


+.091 50 μV ___________V dc NMT .09 V dc) ___________DDM NMT -.077 DDM)

(NLT .066, (NLT -.105,


+.091 700 μV ___________V dc NMT .09 V dc) ___________DDM NMT -.077 DDM)

(NLT .066, (NLT -.105,


+.091 10K μV ___________V dc NMT .09 V dc) ___________DDM NMT -.077 DDM)

(NLT -.09, (NLT .077,


-.091 50 μV ___________V dc NMT -.066 V dc) ___________DDM NMT .105 DDM)

(NLT -.09, (NLT .077,


-.091 700 μV ___________V dc NMT -.066 V dc) ___________DDM NMT .105 DDM)

(NLT -.09, (NLT .077,


-.091 10K μV ___________V dc NMT -.066 V dc) ___________DDM NMT .105 DDM)

D. Glideslope Sensitivity:

Modulate the signal generator with a standard glideslope test signal. Set the RF lev-
el of the signal generator to 15 uV (-83dBm). Set glideslope DDM on signal gener-
ator at .091. Measure the glideslope deviation current at the indicated glideslope fre-
quencies below. The glideslope deviation current should be no less than .047 V dc.

109.30 (332.00) 108.95 (329.15) 110.30 (335.00)

________ V dc (> .047 V dc) ________V dc (> .047 V dc) ________V dc (> .047 V dc)

E. Glideslope Selectivity:

Measure the glideslope AGC voltage J6341-10 using a digital voltmeter with an un-
modulated RF input of 20 uV (-81 dBm). That measurement will be the reference
AGC level. Increase the RF input level 6dB to 40 uV (-75 dBm) and tune the RF gen-
erator above and below 332.00 MHz (109.30 MHz) to obtain the same reference
AGC voltage. The frequencies obtained should be at least 25 KHz above and below
332.00 MHz. Increase the RF input level an additional 54 dB to 20,000 uV (-21 dBm)
and tune the RF generator above and below 332.00 MHz (109.30 MHz) to obtain the
reference AGC voltage level. The frequencies obtained should be within 125 KHz of
the on channel frequency.

Reference AGC Level ________

332.00 (109.3) Upper 6 dB ________KHz (NLT +25 kHz)


332.00 (109.3) Lower 6 dB ________KHz (NMT − 25 kHz)
332.00 (109.3) Lower 60 dB ________KHz (NLT − 125 kHz)
332.00 (109.3) Upper 60 dB ________KHz (NMT +125 kHz)

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5.2.3.5 MARKER BEACON TESTS

A. Marker Beacon Sensitivity:

Modulate the signal generator with a standard marker beacon test signal. Find the
minimum RF input level that will light the specified marker beacon lamp at each of
the specified modulation frequencies with the marker beacon sensitivity switch in
both high and low positions. The receiver threshold in high sensitivity mode should
be no less than 150 uV (-63.5 dBm) and not more than 250 uV (-59 dBm). The re-
ceiver threshold in low sensitivity mode should be no less than 700 uV (-50.1 dBm)
and not more than 1300 uV (-44.7 dBm). The bit corresponding to the lighted marker
lamp should be as indicated below, in the VOR bearing word transmitted on the
ARINC 429 bus.

400Hz/Blue 1300Hz/Amber 3000Hz/White

HI _________dBm _________dBm _________dBm (NLT -63.5, NMT -59 dBm)

LO _________dBm _________dBm _________dBm (NLT -50.1, NMT -44.7 dBm)

429 _____(√ OK, 1) _____(√ OK, 2) _____(√ OK, 4)

B. Marker Beacon Selectivity:

Measure the marker beacon AGC voltage using a digital voltmeter with an unmod-
ulated RF input of 1000 uV (-47 dBm) at 75.00 MHz. That measurement will be the
reference AGC level. Increase the RF level 6 dB to 2000 uV (-41 dBm) and tune the
RF generator above and below the on channel frequency to obtain the reference
AGC voltage. The frequencies obtained should be at least 10 KHz above and below
the on channel frequency. Increase the RF level an additional 34 dB to 100,000 uV
(-7 dBm) and tune the RF generator above and below the on channel frequency to
obtain the same reference AGC voltage. The frequencies obtained should be within
200 KHz of the on channel frequency.

Reference AGC Level ________

Upper 6 dB _____________ kHz (NLT +10 kHz) Lower 6 dB _____________ (NMT -10 kHz)

Lower 40 dB _____________ kHz (NLT -200 kHz) Upper 40 dB _____________ (NMT +200 kHz)

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C. Marker Beacon AGC:

Measure the audio output using an AC voltmeter at the specified modulation fre-
quencies and RF input levels. Also, observe which marker beacon lamps turn on.
As the RF input level is varied from the receiver threshold to 50,000 uV in high sen-
sitivity mode, the audio output should not vary by more than 10 dB. The appropriate
marker beacon light should be on and the other two should be off at each modulation
frequency.

Mod RF Level Audio Output Activated Lamp (1 only)


Freq.

Threshold
400 Hz _____(√ OK,10 dB Max Var) _____(√ OK, Blue)
50000 μV

Threshold
1300 Hz _____(√ OK,10 dB Max Var) _____(√ OK, Amber)
50000 μV

Threshold
3000 Hz _____(√ OK,10 dB Max Var) _____(√ OK, White)
50000 μV

D. Marker Beacon Audio Noise Level:

Modulate the signal generator for 95% modulation at 1300 Hz at the indicated RF
levels. Measure the audio output using an AC voltmeter. With a RF input of 2000 uV
remove the RF input from the signal generator. The audio output should be no less
than 35 dB. Increase the RF input level until the Amber light just comes on. Note the
reading AC voltmeter reading of the audio output. Remove signal generator modu-
lation. The audio output should be no less than 20 dB. Restore modulation to signal
generator. Increase RF input to 100,000 uV. Note the reading AC voltmeter reading
of the audio output. Remove signal generator modulation. The audio output should
be no less than 20 dB.

Frequency RF Level

1300 Hz without signal 2000 μV ______(√ OK, NLT 35 dB)

1300 Hz with signal Amber Light just ON ______(√ OK, NLT 20 dB)

1300 Hz with signal 100000 μV ______(√ OK, NLT 20 dB)

E. Marker Beacon Audio Output & Muting:

Measure the marker beacon audio output with an AC voltmeter. Set the RF level of
the signal generator to 2000 uV (-41 dBm). The audio output should be no less than
4.5 V rms and not more than 5.5 V rms. Press the audio mute switch and time from
the point of release until audio recovers to 20% of measured audio level. Recovery
time should be no less than 10 and not more than 14 seconds.

____________V (NLT 4.5 V rms, NMT 5.5 V rms)

___________ (√ OK, NLT 10, NMT 14 Sec)

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F. Dimming Circuit:

The marker lamps should dim if light is blocked from photocell. Measure the + V
(J6341-28) output with a digital voltmeter. The + V output should be no less than 6.8
and not more than 7.8 V dc.

______Amber ______Blue ______White (√ OK, lamp dims)

+V output ________________V dc (NLT 6.8, NMT 7.8 V dc)

G. Marker Beacon Audio Frequency Response:

Measure the audio output at the specified modulation frequencies using an AC volt-
meter. The audio output should not vary more than 6 dB over all the modulation fre-
quencies listed below.

_____380 to 420 Hz

_____1235 to 1365 Hz

_____2850 to 3150 Hz

(√ OK, NMT 6 dB)

H. Marker Beacon Middle Marker Sensitivity:

Apply a standard marker beacon test signal. Measure the AC middle marker and DC
middle marker sense outputs at the indicated modulation frequencies and RF levels.
The AC/DC middle marker tolerances are as indicated below.

Mod RF level AC Middle Marker DC Middle Marker


Freq.

1300 Hz Threshold ________V p-p (NLT 8 V p-p) ________V dc (NLT 3 V dc)

1300 Hz 200000 uV ________V p-p (NLT 8 V p-p) ________V dc (NLT 3 V dc)

400 Hz Threshold ________V p-p (NMT 0.7 V p-p) ________V dc (NMT 0.7 V dc)

400 Hz 200000 uV ________V p-p (NMT 0.7 V p-p) ________V dc (NMT 0.7 V dc)

3000 Hz Threshold ________V p-p (NMT 0.7 V p-p) ________V dc (NMT 0.7 V dc)

3000 Hz 200000 uV ________V p-p (NMT 0.7 V p-p) ________V dc (NMT 0.7 V dc)

I. Marker Beacon Self-Test:

When the marker self test line is grounded all three marker beacon lamps should
turn on for 2 ±1 seconds. _____ (√ OK, NLT 1, NMT 3 Sec)

TESTED BY:_________________________________________________________

DATE:_________________

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5.2.4 ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES


The following procedures describe how to align the KNR 634A once the test procedures have
been completed to prove alignment is necessary. Refer to the PC Board Assembly drawings in
SECTION VI ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST for location of components, test points, and adjust-
ments.
5.2.4.1 NAV Receiver/Mother Board Alignment

a. Fold out the NAV Converter board and remove the three covers over the NAV
Receiver/Mother Board.

b. Measure the +15V power supply output at TP210 with a digital voltmeter. Adjust
R122 to obtain +15.0 +/- .1VDC.

c. Count the reference oscillator output at TP207 with a frequency counter. Adjust
C136 to obtain 12.8000MHz +/- 10Hz.

d. Channel the unit to 117.95MHz and measure the tuning voltage at TP205 with a dig-
ital voltmeter. Adjust L209 to obtain +7.75 +/- .01VDC.

e. Channel the unit to 108.00MHz and check to make sure the voltage at TP205 is
above +3VDC.

f. Channel the unit to 113.00MHz and monitor the NAV AGC voltage at TP202 with
a DC coupled oscilloscope. Set the RF input level sufficiently high to make the
AGC voltage increase above its minimum value. Adjust L202, L203, L205, L206,
T201, T202, T203 and T204 for maximum AGC voltage. Repeat the adjustments
with an RF input level of 10uV until no further increase in AGC voltage can be ob-
tained.

g. Switch to the standard volume control load. With the standard audio input, 20uV
RF AM modulated 30% at 1KHz. Observe audio output with an AC Voltmeter, ad-
just R273 to obtain 7.1VRMS +/- 20%.

h. Channel the unit to 110.10MHz and measure the VOR/LOC composite output with
an AC voltmeter. With a standard localizer test signal at an RF input level of 1mV,
adjust R257 to obtain a composite output of .35 +/- .01VRMS.

i. Set the RF input level to 50uV and monitor the RF AGC at TP206 with a DC coupled
oscilloscope. Adjust R252 to the point where the RF AGC voltage just begins to drop
(about 8VDC).

j. Repeat steps G and H until both are correct.

k. Channel the unit to 113.00MHz and set the RF input frequency to 113.05MHz.
Monitor the NAV AGC voltage at TP202 with a DC coupled oscilloscope. Connect
a 10K resistor from TP205 to ground. Set the RF input level sufficiently high to
make the AGC voltage increase above its minimum value. Adjust L207 for a dip in
the AGC voltage. Disconnect the 10K resistor.

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5.2.4.2 Nav Converter Board Alignment

a. Fold out the NAV Converter Board and remove the RMI Board.

b. Set the controls in the test set-up as follows:

Deviation Selector Switch - VOR/LOC


Time Constant Select Switch - 3 Seconds
ILS Selector Switch - VOR
Composite Selector Switch - Internal
Electrical 0/ Selector Switch - 300

c. With no Reference signal present on the composite adjust R1125 until the free run-
ning frequency of the Phase Locked Loop (I1102) at TP1101 is centered around 10
KHz.

d. Channel the unit to 114.90 MHz and apply a standard VOR test signal to the unit at
an RF level of 100 uV.

e. Set the precision track selector to 0 deg.

f. Adjust R1154 until the 30Hz since wave at TP1107 is at maximum amplitude.

g. Adjust R1128 until the sine wave at TP1103 is about 12Vpp.

h. Adjust R1136 until the 30Hz sine wave at TP1103 is at maximum amplitude.

i. Adjust R1128 until the save wave at TP1103 is about equal in amplitude to the sine
wave at TP1107.

j. Adjust R1136 until the course error is +/- 1 uA. If the adjustment requires more than
one turn, adjust R1154 slightly.

k. Repeat step h and i if required.

l. Change the VOR bearing to 10 deg. and adjust R1210 to obtain 150 +/- 1uA devi-
ation current. R1210 can be adjusted through a hole in back plate of the unit .

m. Channel the unit to 110.10 MHz and apply a standard localizer centering signal to
the unit at an RF level of 1mV.

n. Adjust R1236 to obtain +/- 1 uA deviation current.

o. Set the VOR/LOC modulator to .93 DDM. Adjust R1239 to obtain 90 +/- 1 uA
deviation current.

5.2.4.3 RMI Board Alignment

a. Fold out the NAV Converter Board. Remove the RMI board and reinstall it upside
down, so the components and test points are accessible.

b. Set the controls in the test set-up as follows:


Time Constant Select Switch - 3s
ILS Selector Switch - VOR
Composite Selector Switch - INT

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c. Channel the unit to 114.90MHz and apply a standard VOR test signal to the unit at
an RF level of 100uV.

d. Connect a floating AC voltmeter between TP901 and TP904. Adjust the heading
simulate synchro around 90 deg. for minimum AC voltage. Record the heading ob-
tained. ___________

e. Connect a floating DC voltmeter between TP905 and TP906. Adjust the VOR
bearing around 0 deg. "from" to obtain 0 +/- 5mVDC. Record the VOR bearing ob-
tained. ___________

f. Connect a floating AC voltmeter between TP908 and TP904. With the synchro
heading obtained in D and the VOR bearing obtained in E, adjust R907 for minimum
AC voltage.

g. Connect a floating DC voltmeter between TP907 and TP906. Adjust the VOR
bearing around 90 deg. "from" to obtain 0 +/- 5mVDC. Record the VOR bearing ob-
tained. ___________

h. Connect a floating AC voltmeter between TP909 and TP904. With the synchro
heading obtained in D and the VOR bearing obtained in G, adjust R905 for minimum
AC voltage.

i. Connect a floating AC voltmeter between TP902 and TP903. Adjust the heading
simulate synchro around 0 deg. for minimum AC voltage. Record the heading ob-
tained. _____________

j. Connect a floating AC voltmeter between TP908 and TP904. With the synchro
heading obtained in I and the VOR bearing obtained in G, adjust R908 for minimum
AC voltage.

k. Connect a floating AC voltmeter between TP909 and TP904. With the synchro
heading obtained in I and the VOR bearing obtained in E, adjust R906 for minimum
AC voltage.

l. Connect a floating AC voltmeter between TP910 and TP911. With the synchro
heading obtained in I and the VOR bearing obtained in E, adjust R930 for minimum
AC voltage.

m. With the synchro heading obtained in D and the VOR bearing obtained in E, adjust
R945 for minimum AC voltage between TP910 and TP911.

n. Connect a floating DC voltmeter between TP905 and TP907. Adjust the VOR
bearing around 45 deg. "from" to obtain 0 +/- 5mVDC. Record the VOR bearing ob-
tained. ____________

o. Measure the AC voltage between TP908 and TP904 and the AC voltage between
TP909 and TP904 using a floating AC voltmeter. With the synchro heading ob-
tained in D and the VOR bearing obtained in N, adjust R935 until the AC voltage
between TP908 and TP904 equals the AC voltage between TP909 and TP904.

p. Connect a floating AC voltmeter between TP908 and TP909. With the synchro
heading obtained in I and the VOR bearing obtained in N, adjust R940 for minimum
AC voltage.

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5.2.4.4 Glideslope Board Alignment

a. Remove the five covers on the glideslope board.

b. Set the deviation selector switch in the test set-up to "GS" position.

c. With the unit turned off, inject an 8.333KHz sine wave at a level of about
100mVRMS on the ungrounded side of C368. Monitor TP309 with an AC voltmeter.
Adjust L309 for minimum AC voltage.

d. With the unit turned on, measure the tuning voltage at TP309 with a digital
voltmeter. Channel the unit to 109.30MHz and adjust L311 to obtain 4.5 +/- .1VDC.

e. Monitor the glideslope AGC voltage at TP303 with a DC coupled oscilloscope. Inject
a sine wave of the specified frequency at TP302. Adjust the amplitude of the sine
wave for maximum dip in AGC voltage when performing the following adjustments.
A resistor divider or attenuator may be required on the generator output to
obtain a sufficiently low level. Adjust L303 for a dip in AGC voltage at 162KHz. Ad-
just L304 for a dip in AGC voltage at 84KHz. Adjust L305 for a dip in AGC voltage
at 98KHz.

f. Channel the unit to 109.30MHz and apply a standard glideslope centering signal to
the unit at an RF frequency of 332.00MHz.

g. Rotate R320 all the way clockwise. Monitor the signal at the junction of C330 and
C334 with an oscilloscope and set the RF input level to 1mV. Tune C302, L301,
and L302 for maximum signal at the junction of C330 and C334. Repeat the ad-
justment until no further improvement is obtained.

h. Set the RF level to 1000uV and monitor the RF AGC at TP305 with a DC cou-
pled oscilloscope. Adjust R320 to the point where the RF AGC voltage just begins
to drop (about 7VDC).

i. Set the RF level to 700uV and set the glideslope generator for 0 DDM. Measure the
D-bar deviation current. Adjust R359 to obtain 0 +/- 1ua.

j. Set the glideslope generator for .091 DDM. Adjust R351 to obtain 78 +/- 1ua devi-
ation current.

k. Repeat steps I and J until both are correct.

5.2.4.5 Marker Beacon Board Alignment

a. Set the controls in the test set-up as follows:


Marker Beacon Sensitivity Switch - HI
Audio Selector Switch - MKR

b. Apply a standard marker beacon test signal modulated at 1300Hz to the unit.

c. Adjust R501 and R503 all the way clockwise. Connect a jumper from TP502 to
ground. Monitor the detector output at TP503 with an oscilloscope. Adjust the RF
input level to obtain an audio signal of about .5Vp-p at TP503. Adjust T501, T502,
T503, T504 and T505 for maximum signal at TP503. The RF input level should
be reduced as required to prevent the signal at TP503 from distorting. Remove
the jumper from TP502 to ground.

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d. Set the RF input level to 200uV. Adjust R501 to the point where the amber light just
turns on.

e. Set the marker beacon sensitivity switch in the "LO" position.

f. Set the RF input level to 1000uV. Adjust R503 to the point where the amber light
just turns on.

g. Measure the marker audio output with an AC voltmeter. If it is less than .5VRMS,
adjust R535 to obtain .5VRMS. Increase the RF input level to 10mV. Adjust R531
to obtain an audio output that is double (6dB above) the audio level obtained at
1000uV RF input.

h. Adjust R535 to obtain the desired audio output level. It is adjusted at the factory for
an audio output of 5VRMS + 0.5VRMS with a standard marker beacon test signal
modulated with 1300Hz at an RF of 2mV. Sensitivity switch is in the HI position.

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5.3 OVERHAUL
5.3.1 VISUAL INSPECTION
This section contains instructions and information to assist in determining, by visual inspection,
the condition of the units major assemblies and subassemblies. These inspection procedures will
assist in finding defects resulting from wear, physical damage, deterioration, or other causes. To
aid inspection, detailed procedures are arranged in alphabetical order.
A. Capacitors, Fixed
Inspect capacitors for case damage, body damage, and cracked, broken, or
charred insulation. Check for loose, broken, or corroded terminal studs, lugs, or
leads. Inspect for loose, broken, or improperly soldered connections. On chip caps,
be especially alert for hairline cracks in the body and broken terminations.
B. Capacitors, Variable
Inspect trimmers for chipped and cracked bodies, damaged dielectrics, and dam-
aged contacts.
C. Chassis
Inspect the chassis for loose or missing mounting hardware, deformation, dents,
damaged fasteners, or damaged connectors. In addition, check for corrosion or
damage to the finish that should be repaired.
D. Circuit Boards
Inspect for loose, broken, or corroded terminal connections; insufficient solder or
improper bonding; fungus, mold, or other deposits; and damage such as cracks,
burns, or charred traces.
E. Connectors
Inspect the connector bodies for broken parts; check the insulation for cracks, and
check the contacts for damage, misalignment, corrosion, or bad plating. Check for
broken, loose, or poorly soldered connections to terminals of the connectors. In-
spect connector hoods and cable clamps for crimped wires.
F. Covers and Shields
Inspect covers and shields for punctures, deep dents, and badly worn surfaces. Al-
so, check for damaged fastener devices, corrosion and damage to finish.
G. Flex Circuits
Inspect flex circuits for punctures, and badly worn surfaces. Check for broken trac-
es, especially near the solder contact points.
H. Front Panel
Check that name, serial, and any plates or stickers are secure and hardware is
tight. Check that the handle is functional, securely fastened, and handle casting is
not damaged or bent.
I. Fuse
Inspect for blown fuse and check for loose solder joints.
J. Insulators
Inspect insulators for evidence of damage, such as broken or chipped edges,
burned areas, and presence of foreign matter.
K. Jacks
Inspect all jacks for corrosion, rust, deformations, loose or broken parts, cracked
insulation, bad contacts, or other irregularities.

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L. Potentiometers
Inspect all potentiometers for evidence of damage or loose terminals, cracked in-
sulation or other irregularities.
M. Resistors, Fixed
Inspect the fixed resistors for cracked, broken, blistered, or charred bodies and
loose, broken, or improperly soldered connections. On chip resistors, be especially
alert for hairline cracks in the body and broken terminations.
N. RF Coils
Inspect all RF coils for broken leads, loose mountings, and loose, improperly sol-
dered, or broken terminal connections. Check for crushed, scratched, cut or
charred windings. Inspect the windings, leads, terminals and connections for cor-
rosion or physical damage. Check for physical damage to forms and tuning slug
adjustment screws.
O. Terminal Connections Soldered
(1) Inspect for cold-soldered or resin joints. These joints present a po-
rous or dull, rough appearance. Check for strength of bond using
the points of a tool.
(2) Examine the terminals for excess solder, protrusions from the joint,
pieces adhering to adjacent insulation, and particles lodged be-
tween joints, conductors, or other components.
(3) Inspect for insufficient solder and unsoldered strands of wire pro-
truding from the conductor at the terminal. Check for insulation that
is stripped back too far from the terminal.
(4) Inspect for corrosion at the terminal.
P. Transformers
(1) Inspect for signs of excessive heating, physical damage to the case,
cracked or broken insulation, and other abnormal conditions.
(2) Inspect for corroded, poorly soldered, or loose connecting leads or
terminals.
Q. Wiring/Coaxial Cable
Inspect wiring in chassis for breaks in insulation, conductor breaks, cut or broken
lacing and improper dress in relation to adjacent wiring or chassis.

5.3.2 CLEANING
A. General
This section contains information to aid in the cleaning of the component parts and
subassemblies of the unit.

WARNING:
GOGGLES ARE TO BE WORN WHEN USING
PRESSURIZED AIR TO BLOW DUST AND
DIRT FROM EQUIPMENT. ALL PERSONNEL
SHOULD BE WARNED AWAY FROM THE IM-
MEDIATE AREA.

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WARNING:
OPERATIONS INVOLVING THE USE OF A
CLEANING SOLVENT SHOULD BE PER-
FORMED UNDER A VENTILATED HOOD.
AVOID BREATHING SOLVENT VAPOR AND
FUMES; AVOID CONTINUOUS CONTACT
WITH THE SOLVENT. WEAR A SUITABLE
MASK, GOGGLES, GLOVES, AND AN APRON
WHEN NECESSARY. CHANGE CLOTHING
UPON WHICH SOLVENTS HAVE BEEN
SPILLED.

WARNING:
OBSERVE ALL FIRE PRECAUTIONS FOR
FLAMMABLE MATERIALS. USE FLAMMABLE
MATERIALS IN A HOOD PROVIDED WITH
SPARK-PROOF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
AND AN EXHAUST FAN WITH SPARKPROOF
BLADES.

B. Recommended Cleaning Agents

TABLE 5-1 RECOMMENDED CLEANING AGENTS lists the recommended clean-


ing agents to be used during overhaul of the unit.
NOTE:
EQUIVALENT SUBSTITUTES MAY BE USED FOR
LISTED CLEANING AGENTS.

TYPE USED TO CLEAN


Denatured Alcohol Various, exterior and interior
DuPont Vertrel SMT Various, interior
PolaClear Cleaner (Polaroid Corp.) or CRT display filter, LCD displays, and
Texwipe TX129 (Texwipe Co.) general purpose lens/glass cleaner.
KimWipes lint-free tissue Various
(Kimberly Clark Corp.)
Cloth, lint-free cotton Various
Brush, flat with fiber bristles Various
Brush, round with fiber bristles Various
Dishwashing liquid (mild) Nylon, Rubber Grommets

TABLE 5-1 RECOMMENDED CLEANING AGENTS

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C. Recommended Cleaning Procedures

CAUTION:
DO NOT ALLOW SOLVENT TO RUN INTO
SLEEVES OR CONDUIT THAT COVERS
WIRES CONNECTED TO INSERT TERMI-
NALS.
1. Exterior
(a) Wipe dust cover and front panel with a lint-free cloth dampened with
denatured alcohol.
(b) For cleaning connectors, use the following procedure.
(1) Wipe dust and dirt from bodies, shells, and cable clamps us-
ing a lint-free cloth moistened with denatured alcohol.
(2) Wipe parts dry with a clean, dry lint-free cloth.
(3) Remove dirt and lubricant from connector inserts, insulation,
and terminals using a small soft bristled brush moistened
with denatured alcohol.
(4) Dry the inserts with an air jet.
(c) Remove cover(s).
(d) If necessary, open any blocked ventilation holes by first saturating
the debris clogging the apertures with denatured alcohol and then
blowing the loosened material out with an air stream.
2. Interior
The following solvents are no longer recommended for benchtop or
rework cleaning of printed circuit boards, modules, or sub-assem-
blies.

FREON TF, IMC TRICHLOROETHANE


CARBON TETRACHLORIDE DETERGENT (ALL™ AND EQUIVALENTS)
CHLOROFORM METHYLENE CHLORIDE
TRICHLOROETHYLENE GENESOLV 2004/2010
PROPYL ALCOHOL METHYL ALCOHOL
ETHYL ALCOHOL BUTYL ALCOHOL
XYLENE PRELETE (CFC-113)

TABLE 5-2 UNSAFE CLEANING AGENTS

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CAUTION:
DO NOT USE SOLVENT TO CLEAN PARTS
COMPOSED OF OR CONTAINING NYLON OR
RUBBER GROMMETS. CLEAN THESE
ITEMS WITH MILD LIQUID DISHWASHING
DETERGENT AND WATER. USE DETER-
GENT FOR THIS PURPOSE ONLY.

CAUTION:
DUPONT VERTREL SMT DOES HAVE GEN-
ERAL MATERIAL COMPATIBILITY PROB-
LEMS WITH POLYCARBONATE, POLYSTY-
RENE, AND RUBBER. IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT THESE MATERIALS BE CLEANED
WITH DENATURED ALCOHOL.

CAUTION:
DO NOT ALLOW EXCESS CLEANING SOL-
VENT TO ACCUMULATE IN ANY OF THE AD-
JUSTMENT SCREW CREVICES AND THERE-
BY SOFTEN OR DISSOLVE THE ADJUST-
MENT SCREW EPOXY SEALANT.

CAUTION:
AVOID AIR-BLASTING SMALL TUNING COILS
AND OTHER DELICATE PARTS BY HOLDING
THE AIR NOZZLE TOO CLOSE. USE BRUSH-
ES CAREFULLY ON DELICATE PARTS.

CAUTION:
IMPROPER CLEANING CAN RESULT IN SUR-
FACE LEAKAGE AND CONDUCTIVE PARTIC-
ULATES, SUCH AS SOLDER BALLS OR ME-
TALLIC CHIPS, WHICH CAN CAUSE ELEC-
TRICAL SHORTS. SEVERE IONIC CONTAM-
INATION FROM HANDLING AND FROM
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS CAN RE-
SULT IN HIGH RESISTANCE OR OPEN CIR-
CUITS.

CAUTION:
ULTRASONIC CLEANING CAN DAMAGE
CERTAIN PARTS AND SHOULD GENERALLY
BE AVOIDED.

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NOTE:
Solvents may be physically applied in several ways
including agitation, spraying, brushing, and vapor
degreasing. The cleaning solvents and methods
used shall have no deleterious effect on the parts,
connections, and materials being used. If sensitive
components are being used, spray is recommended.
Uniformity of solvent spray flow should be maxi-
mized and wait-time between soldering and cleaning
should be minimized.

NOTE:
Clean each module subassembly. Then remove any
foreign matter from the casting.

Remove each module subassembly. Then remove any foreign mat-


ter from the casting.
(a) Casting covers and shields should be cleaned as follows:
(1) Remove surface grease with a lint-free cloth.
(2) Blow dust from surfaces, holes, and recesses using an air
stream.
(3) If necessary, use a solvent, and scrub until clean, working
over all surfaces and into all holes and recesses with a suit-
able non-metallic brush.
(4) Position the part to dry so the solvent is not trapped in holes
or recesses. Use an air stream to blow out any trapped sol-
vent.
(5) When thoroughly clean, touch up any minor damage to the
finish.
(b) Assemblies containing resistors, capacitors, rf coils, inductors,
transformers, and other wired parts should be cleaned as follows:
(1) Remove dust and dirt from all surfaces, including all parts
and wiring, using soft-bristled brushes in conjunction with air
stream.
(2) Any dirt that cannot be removed in this way should be re-
moved with a brush (not synthetic) saturated with an ap-
proved solvent, such as mentioned above. Use of a clean,
dry air stream (25 to 28 psi) is recommended to remove any
excess solvent.
(3) Remove flux residue, metallic chips, and/or solder balls with
an approved solvent.
(c) Wired chassis devices containing terminal boards, resistor and ca-
pacitor assemblies, rf coils, switches, sockets, inductors, transform-
ers, and other wired parts should be cleaned as follows:

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NOTE:
When necessary to disturb the dress of wires and
cables, note the positions before disturbing and re-
store them to proper dress after cleaning.

(1) Blow dust from surfaces, holes, and recesses using an air
jet.
(2) Finish cleaning chassis by wiping finished surfaces with a
lint-free cloth moistened with solvent.
(3) Dry with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth.
(4) When thoroughly clean, touch-up any minor damage to the
finish.
(5) Protect the chassis from dust, moisture, and damage pend-
ing inspection.
(d) Ceramic and plastic parts should be cleaned as follows:
(1) Blow dust from surfaces, holes, and recesses using an air
jet.
(2) Finish cleaning chassis by wiping finished surfaces with a
lint-free cloth moistened with solvents.
(3) Dry with a clean, dry, lint-free cloth.

5.3.3 REPAIR
A. General
This section contains information required to perform limited repairs on the unit.
The repair or replacement of damaged parts in airborne electronic equipment usu-
ally involves standard service techniques. In most cases, examination of drawings
and equipment reveals several approaches to perform a repair. However, certain
repairs demand following an exact repair sequence to ensure proper operation of
the equipment. After correcting a malfunction in any section of the unit, it is recom-
mended that a repetition of the functional test of the unit be performed.
B. Repair Precautions
1. Ensure that all ESDS and MOS handling precautions are followed.
2. Perform repairs and replace components with power disconnected
from equipment.
3. Use a conductive table top for repairs and connect table to ground
conductors of 60Hz and 400Hz power lines.
4. Replace connectors, coaxial cables, shield conductors, and twisted
pairs only with identical items.
5. Reference “component side” of a printed circuit board in this manual
means the side on which components are located; “solder side” re-
fers to the other side. The standard references are as follows: near-
side is the component side; farside is the solder side; on surface
mount boards with components on both sides, the nearside is the
side that has the J#### and P#### connector numbers.
6. When repairing circuits, carefully observe lead dress and compo-
nent orientation. Keep leads as short as possible and observe cor-
rect repair techniques.

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7. There are certain soldering considerations with surface mount com-


ponents. The soldering iron tip should not touch the ceramic com-
ponent body. The iron should be applied only to the termination-sol-
der filet.
8. Observe cable routing throughout instrument assembly, prior to dis-
assembly, to enable a proper reinstallation of cabling during reas-
sembly procedures.

CAUTION
THIS EQUIPMENT CONTAINS ELECTRO-
STATIC DISCHARGE SENSITIVE (ESDS) DE-
VICES. EQUIPMENT MODULES AND ESDS
DEVICES MUST BE HANDLED IN ACCOR-
DANCE WITH SPECIAL ESDS HANDLING
PROCEDURES.

C. Electrostatic Sensitive Devices (ESDS) Protection


1. Always discharge static before handling devices by touching some-
thing that is grounded.
2. Use a wrist strap grounded through a 1MΩ resistor.
3. Do not slide anything on the bench. Pick it up and set it down in-
stead.
4. Keep all parts in protective cartons until ready to insert into the
board.
5. Never touch the device leads or the circuit paths during assembly.
6. Use a grounded tip, low wattage soldering station.
7. Keep the humidity in the work environment as high as feasibly pos-
sible.
8. Use grounded mats on the work station unless table tops are made
of approved antistatic material.
9. Do not use synthetic carpet on the floor of the shop. If a shop is car-
peted, ensure that a grounded mat is placed at each workstation.
10. Keep common plastics out of the work area.

D. MOS Device Protection


MOS (Metal Oxide Semiconductor) devices are used in this equipment. While the
attributes of MOS type devices are many, characteristics make them susceptible
to damage by electrostatic or high voltage charges. Therefore, special precautions
must be taken during repair procedures to prevent damaging the device. The fol-
lowing precautions are recommended for MOS circuits, and are especially impor-
tant in low humidity or dry conditions.
1. Store and transport all MOS devices in conductive material so that
all exposed leads are shorted together. Do not insert MOS devices
into conventional plastic “snow” or plastic trays used for storing and
transporting standard semiconductor devices.

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2. Ground working surfaces on workbench to protect the MOS devic-


es.
3. Wear cotton gloves or a conductive wrist strap in series with a
200KΩ resistor connected to ground.
4. Do not wear nylon clothing while handling MOS devices.
5. Do not insert or remove MOS devices with power applied. Check all
power supplies to be used for testing MOS devices. and be sure that
there are no voltage transients present.
6. When straightening MOS leads, provide ground straps for the appa-
ratus for the device.
7. Ground the soldering iron when soldering a device.
8. When possible, handle all MOS devices by package or case, and
not by leads. Prior to touching the device, touch an electrical
ground to displace any accumulated static charge. The package
and substrate may be electrically common. If so, an electrical dis-
charge to the case would cause the same damage as touching the
leads.
9. Clamping or holding fixtures used during repair should be ground-
ed, as should the circuit board, during repair.
10. Devices should be inserted into the printed circuit boards such that
leads on the back side do not contact any material other than the
printed circuit board (in particular, do not use any plastic foam as a
backing).
11. Devices should be soldered as soon as possible after assembly. All
soldering irons must be grounded.
12. Boards should not be handled in the area around devices, but rather
by board edges.
13. Assembled boards must not be placed in conventional, home-type,
plastic bags. Paper bags or antistatic bags should be used.
14. Before removing devices from conductive portion of the device car-
rier, make certain conductive portion of carrier is brought in contact
with well grounded table top.

E. PC Board, Two-Lead Component Removal (Resistors, Capacitors, Diodes, etc.)


1. Heat one lead from component side of board until solder flows, and
lift one lead from board; repeat for other lead and remove compo-
nent (note orientation).
2. Melt solder in each hole, and using a desoldering tool, remove sol-
der from each hole.
3. Dress and form leads of replacement component; insert leads into
correct holes.
4. Insert replacement component observing correct orientation.

F. PC Board, Multi-Lead Component Removal (IC’s, etc.)


1. Remove component by clipping each lead along both sides. Clip off
leads as close to component as possible. Discard component.
2. Heat hole from solder side and remove clipped lead from each hole.

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3. Melt solder in each hole, and using a desoldering tool, remove sol-
der from each hole.
4. Insert replacement component observing correct orientation.
5. Solder component in place from farside of board. Avoid solder runs.
No solder is required on contacts where no traces exist.

G. Replacement of Power Transistors


1. Unsolder leads and remove attaching hardware. Remove transistor
and hard-coat insulator.
2. Apply Thermal Joint Compound Type 120 (Wakefield Engineering,
Inc.) to the mounting surface of the replacement transistor.
3. Reinstall the transistor insulator and the power transistor using
hardware removed in step (1).
4. After installing the replacement transistor, but before making any
electrical connections, measure the resistance between the case of
the transistor and the chassis, to ensure that the insulation is effec-
tive. The resistance measured should be greater than 10MΩ.
5. Reconnect leads to transistor and solder in place.

H. Replacement of Printed Circuit Board Protective Coating

WARNING
CONFORMAL COATING CONTAINS TOXIC
VAPORS! USE ONLY WITH ADEQUATE VEN-
TILATION.
1. Clean repaired area of printed circuit board per instructions in the
5.3.2 CLEANING section of this manual.
2. Apply Conformal Coating, Humiseal #1B-31 HYSOL PC20-35M-01
(Humiseal Division, Columbia Chase Corp., 24-60 Brooklyn
Queens Expressway West, Woodside, N.Y., 11377) P/N 016-
01040-0000.
3. Shake container well before using.
4. Spray or brush surfaces with smooth, even strikes. If spraying, hold
nozzle 10-15 inches from work surface.
5. Cure time is ten minutes at room temperature.

I. Programmable Read Only Memory (PROM) Replacement


The read only memory packages are specially programmed devices to provide
specific logic outputs required for operation in the unit. The manufacturer’s part
(type) number is for the un-programmed device, and cannot be used. The Honey-
well part number must be used to obtain the correctly programmed device. Refer
to SECTION VI ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST.

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5.3.3.1 REPLACEMENT OF COMPONENTS


This section describes the procedure, along with any special techniques, for replacing damaged
or defective components.

A. Connectors

When replacing a connector, refer to the appropriate PC board assembly drawing,


and follow the notes, to ensure correct mounting and mating of each connector.

B. Crystal

The use of any crystal, other than a Honeywell crystal, is considered an unautho-
rized modification.

C. Diodes

Diodes used are silicon and germanium. Use long-nose pliers as a heat sink, under
normal soldering conditions. Note the diode polarity before removal.

D. Integrated Circuits

Refer to the applicable reference for removal and replacement instructions.

E. Wiring/Coaxial Cable

When repairing a wire that has broken from its terminal, remove all old solder, and
pieces of wire from the terminal, re-strip the wire to the necessary length, and re-
solder the wire to the terminal. Replace a damaged wire or coaxial cable with one of
the same type, size and length.

5.3.4 DISASSEMBLY/ASSEMBLY
Before attempting disassembly, study the final assembly drawing to determine the extent of dis-
assembly required to correct the malfunction.
5.3.4.1 Dust Cover
Remove the dust cover by loosening the 2 DZUS fasteners on the top of the unit to gain access
to the PC Boards.
5.3.4.2 NAV Converter Board and RMI Board

a. Remove 5 screws on NAV Converter Board and two screws on the front of the unit
to allow NAV Converter and RMI boards to swing down on the hinge.

b. To remove the RMI Board, the four screws that fasten the RMI Board to the NAV
Converter Board must be removed. Then lift the RMI Board off the connector. This
board may be installed upside down on the NAV Converter Board to assist in locat-
ing components when troubleshooting the board.

c. The power supply cover then is removed by removing the four screws holding it in
place. The connector (P701) then is unplugged from the power supply.

d. The NAV Converter Board may then be removed by removing the screws that hold
it to the hinge bracket or by removing the screws located on the bottom of the unit
that hold the hinge bracket to the hinge.

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e. To assemble, follow the reverse order of disassembly;

5.3.4.3 Marker Beacon Board

a. To remove the Marker Beacon Board, remove the three screws located on the board
and the screw that holds the transistor heat sink to the front panel.

b. Unplug the RF connector at the fence on the PC Board.

c. Pull straight up to remove board.

d. To assemble, follow the reverse order of disassembly.

5.3.4.4 Glideslope Board

a. Remove five screws holding the Glideslope Board in place.

b. Unplug RF connector at the back of the unit.

c. Lift the board carefully taking care not to bend connector pins.

d. To assemble, follow the reverse order of disassembly.

5.3.4.5 NAV Receiver/Mother Board

a. Follow the procedure to remove the Marker Beacon and Glideslope Boards.

b. Remove the screws to allow the RMI and NAV Converter Boards to be folded out.

c. Remove power supply and receiver covers. Unplug the connector to the NAV Con-
verter Board (P701).

d. Remove five screws that hold power transistors and IC’s to the chassis.

e. Remove the bottom cover by removing ten screws that secure it to the chassis.

f. Remove the screws that hold the NAV Receiver/Mother Board to the chassis.

g. With the board unfastened, remove the front panel by taking out the four screws
holding it to the connector and chassis and the two screws securing the NAV anten-
na connector to the front panel. The NAV Receiver/Mother Board may now be re-
moved.

h. Care should be taken to save all hardware and the insulators needed for the IC’s
and transistors that are heat sunk to the chassis.

i. Assemble in reverse order making sure that I104, I105, Q103 and Q217 are mount-
ed using insulators and shoulder washers. Note that I202 needs neither an insulator
nor a washer.

5.3.4.6 Marker or GS Antenna Connectors

a. Follow the procedure recommended to remove the Glideslope or Marker Beacon


Board.

b. Disconnect the cables from the PC Board.

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c. Remove the two screws holding the connector to the front panel.

5.3.5 TROUBLESHOOTING
The troubleshooting flowcharts included in this section should be used in conjunction with the
schematic diagrams to locate the area of difficulty. Refer to the schematics for waveforms and volt-
ages at various points in the circuits as applicable.

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FIGURE 5-1 KNR 634A/KFS 564 TEST SET-UP DIAGRAM


(Dwg. No. 002-00566-0000, R-4)

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FIGURE 5-2 NAV REC/MOTHER BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART


(Sheet 1 of 2)

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FIGURE 5-2 NAV REC/MOTHER BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART


(Sheet 2 of 2)

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FIGURE 5-3 NAV CONVERTER BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART

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FIGURE 5-4 RMI BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART

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FIGURE 5-5 GLIDESLOPE BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART

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FIGURE 5-6 MARKER BEACON BOARD TROUBLESHOOTING FLOWCHART

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SECTION VI
ILLUSTRATED PARTS LIST
6.1 GENERAL
The Illustrated Parts List (IPL) is a complete list of assemblies and parts required for the unit. The
IPL also provides for the proper identification of replacement parts. Individual parts lists within this
IPL are arranged in numerical sequence starting with the top assembly and continuing with the
sub-assemblies. All mechanical parts will be separated from the electrical parts used on the sub-
assembly. Each parts list is followed by a component location drawing and schematic. Previous
revisions are maintained for historical reference.
Parts identified in this IPL by Honeywell part number meet design specifications for this equipment
and are the recommended replacement parts. For warranty information concerning Honeywell re-
placement parts, consult the www.bendixking.com website.
Some part numbers may not be currently available. Consult the current Honeywell catalog or con-
tact a Honeywell representative for equipment availability.

6.2 REVISION SERVICE


The manual will be revised as necessary to reflect current information.

6.3 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

Abbreviation Name
B Motor or Synchro
C Capacitor
CJ Circuit Jumper
CR Diode
DS Lamp
E Voltage or Signal Connect Point
F Fuse
FL Filter
FT Feedthru
I Integrated Circuit
J Jack or Fixed Connector
L Inductor
M Meter
P Plug
Q Transistor

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Abbreviation Name
R Resistor
RT Thermistor
S Switch
T Transformer
TP Test Point
U Component Network, Integrated Circuit,
Circuit Assembly
V Photocell/Vacuum Tube
W Waveguide
Y Crystal

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6.4 SAMPLE PARTS LIST

The above is only a sample. The actual format and style may vary slightly. A ‘Find
Number’ column, when shown, references selected items on the BOM’s accompa-
nying Assembly Drawing. This information does not apply to every BOM. There-
fore, a lack of information in this column, or a lack of this column, should not be
interpreted as an omission.

FIGURE 6-1 SAMPLE PARTS LIST

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THIS PAGE IS RESERVED

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6.5 KNR 634A FINAL ASSEMBLY

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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066-1078-10 NAV RCVR GS MB RMI AF
066-1078-11 NAV RCVR GS RMI AC

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0011
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REF1 300-02614-0010 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00 .00
REF100 000-00303-0010 PRODUCT STRUCTURE KNR 634A RF .00 .00
REF2 300-02614-0020 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00 .00
012-01228-0000 INSULATOR EA 1.00 1.00
035-01007-0020 CONN CVR NAS820-8 EA 3.00 .
047-05205-0005 BOTTOM COVER EA 1.00 1.00
057-02185-0011 TAG FLVR K-1996-C EA . 1.00
057-02185-1010 S/N TAG FLVR SLVR EA 1.00 .
057-02203-0011 FLAVOR STICKER EA . 1.00
057-02203-1010 S/N TAG FLVR BLK EA 1.00 .
057-02408-0020 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA 1.00 .
057-02408-0021 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA . 1.00
057-02408-0030 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA 1.00 1.00
057-02425-0010 SERIAL TAG, KNR 634A EA 1.00 1.00
066-1078-99 COMMON BOM EA 1.00 1.00
088-00937-0000 COVER CONN HOLE EA . 1.00
088-01056-0011 NAMEPLATE EA 1.00 1.00
089-05899-0004 SCR PHP 2-56X1/4 EA 1.00 .
089-05903-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 19.00 16.00
089-05903-0015 SCR PHP 4-40X15/16 EA 2.00 2.00
089-05927-0012 SCR BHP 4-40X3/4 EA 1.00 1.00
089-06340-0004 SCR PHP 2-56X1/4 EA 4.00 2.00
090-00990-0007 PROTECTIVE CAP, SUB-D, 37P EA 1.00 .
090-00990-0009 PROTECTIVE CAP, SUB-D, 50P EA 1.00 .
155-02121-0000 CABLE ASSY EA 1.00 .
155-02121-0001 CABLE ASSEMBLY EA 1.00 1.00
155-02228-0000 CABLE ASSY T-T 3.5 INCH EA 1.00 1.00
200-06267-0000 GLIDESLOPE BD ASSY EA 1.00 1.00
200-06268-0000 MARKER BEACON BD EA 1.00 .
200-06367-0000 RMI BOARD ASSY EA 1.00 1.00
206-00103-0008 SYSTEM SFTW 634A EA 1.00 1.00

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066-1078-12 NAV RCVR MB RMI AC
066-1078-13 NAV RCVR RMI AC

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0012 -0013
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REF1 300-02614-0010 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00 .00
REF100 000-00303-0010 PRODUCT STRUCTURE KNR 634A RF .00 .00
REF2 300-02614-0020 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00 .00
012-01228-0000 INSULATOR EA 1.00 1.00
047-05205-0005 BOTTOM COVER EA 1.00 1.00
057-02185-0012 TAG FLVR K-1996-D EA 1.00 .
057-02185-0013 TAG FLVR K-1996-D EA . 1.00
057-02203-0012 FLAVOR STCKR EA 1.00 .
057-02203-0013 FLAVOR STCKR EA . 1.00
057-02408-0022 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA 1.00 .
057-02408-0023 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA . 1.00
057-02408-0030 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA 1.00 1.00
057-02425-0010 SERIAL TAG, KNR 634A EA 1.00 1.00
066-1078-99 COMMON BOM EA 1.00 1.00
088-00937-0000 COVER CONN HOLE EA 1.00 2.00
088-01056-0011 NAMEPLATE EA 1.00 1.00
089-05903-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 15.00 12.00
089-05903-0015 SCR PHP 4-40X15/16 EA 2.00 2.00
089-06340-0004 SCR PHP 2-56X1/4 EA 2.00 .
155-02121-0000 CABLE ASSY EA 1.00 .
155-02228-0000 CABLE ASSY T-T 3.5 INCH EA 1.00 1.00
200-06268-0000 MARKER BEACON BD EA 1.00 .
200-06367-0000 RMI BOARD ASSY EA 1.00 1.00
206-00103-0008 SYSTEM SFTW 634A EA 1.00 1.00

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PN DESCRIPTION REV
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066-1078-14 NAV RCVR GS MB AC
066-1078-15 NAV RCVR GS AC

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0014 -0015
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REF1 300-02614-0010 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00 .00
REF100 000-00303-0010 PRODUCT STRUCTURE KNR 634A RF .00 .00
REF2 300-02614-0020 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00 .00
012-01228-0000 INSULATOR EA 1.00 1.00
047-05205-0005 BOTTOM COVER EA 1.00 1.00
057-02185-0014 TAG FLVR K-1996-D EA 1.00 .
057-02185-0015 TAG FLVR K-1996-D EA . 1.00
057-02203-0014 FLAVOR STCKR EA 1.00 .
057-02203-0015 FLAVOR STCKR EA . 1.00
057-02408-0024 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA 1.00 .
057-02408-0025 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA . 1.00
057-02408-0030 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA 1.00 1.00
057-02425-0010 SERIAL TAG, KNR 634A EA 1.00 1.00
066-1078-99 COMMON BOM EA 1.00 1.00
073-00499-0002 HEAT SINK W/FNSH EA 1.00 1.00
088-00937-0000 COVER CONN HOLE EA . 1.00
088-01056-0011 NAMEPLATE EA 1.00 1.00
089-05903-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 17.00 14.00
089-05903-0015 SCR PHP 4-40X15/16 EA 2.00 2.00
089-05927-0012 SCR BHP 4-40X3/4 EA 1.00 1.00
089-06340-0004 SCR PHP 2-56X1/4 EA 4.00 1.00
155-02121-0000 CABLE ASSY EA 1.00 .
155-02121-0001 CABLE ASSEMBLY EA 1.00 1.00
155-02228-0000 CABLE ASSY T-T 3.5 INCH EA 1.00 1.00
200-06267-0000 GLIDESLOPE BD ASSY EA 1.00 1.00
200-06268-0000 MARKER BEACON BD EA 1.00 .
206-00103-0008 SYSTEM SFTW 634A EA 1.00 1.00

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PN DESCRIPTION REV
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066-1078-16 NAV RCVR MKR BCN AC
066-1078-17 NAV RCVR AC

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0016 -0017
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REF1 300-02614-0010 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00 .00
REF100 000-00303-0010 PRODUCT STRUCTURE KNR 634A RF .00 .00
REF2 300-02614-0020 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00 .00
012-01228-0000 INSULATOR EA 1.00 1.00
047-05205-0005 BOTTOM COVER EA 1.00 1.00
057-02185-0016 TAG FLVR K-1996-E EA 1.00 .
057-02185-0017 TAG FLVR K-1996-E EA . 1.00
057-02203-0016 FLAVOR STCKR EA 1.00 .
057-02203-0017 FLAVOR STCKR EA . 1.00
057-02408-0026 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA 1.00 .
057-02408-0027 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA . 1.00
057-02408-0030 SERIAL TAG KNR634A EA 1.00 1.00
057-02425-0010 SERIAL TAG, KNR 634A EA 1.00 1.00
066-1078-99 COMMON BOM EA 1.00 1.00
073-00499-0002 HEAT SINK W/FNSH EA 1.00 1.00
088-00937-0000 COVER CONN HOLE EA 1.00 2.00
088-01056-0011 NAMEPLATE EA 1.00 1.00
089-05903-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 13.00 10.00
089-05903-0015 SCR PHP 4-40X15/16 EA 2.00 2.00
089-06340-0004 SCR PHP 2-56X1/4 EA 2.00 .
155-02121-0000 CABLE ASSY EA 1.00 .
155-02228-0000 CABLE ASSY T-T 3.5 INCH EA 1.00 1.00
200-06268-0000 MARKER BEACON BD EA 1.00 .
206-00103-0008 SYSTEM SFTW 634A EA 1.00 1.00

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PN DESCRIPTION REV
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066-1078-99 COMMON BOM AE

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REF1 300-02614-0000 FINAL ASSEMBLY KNR 634 RF .00
REF2 300-02614-0010 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00
REF3 300-02614-0020 FINAL ASSEMBLY RF .00
012-01127-0000 TAG COVER EA 1.00
012-01197-0000 INSULATOR SHIELD EA 1.00
012-01197-0001 INSULATOR SHIELD EA 1.00
047-05204-0001 BACK PANEL PNTD EA 1.00
047-05206-0002 DUST COVER CMPLT EA 1.00
047-05208-0003 COVER W/INSUL EA 1.00
047-05211-0003 CVR P/SPLY W/DCLS EA 1.00
047-05441-0002 PC BD MTG BRKT W/H EA 1.00
047-05463-0002 SHIELD W/SPACER EA 1.00
047-05722-0003 COVER W/INSUL EA 1.00
047-05822-0002 FRONT PLT W/P & SS EA 1.00
073-00442-0014 CASTING W/HARDWARE EA 1.00
089-02140-0000 NUT LOCK 4-40 EA 2.00
089-05874-0003 SCR PHP 2-56X3/16 EA 4.00
089-05878-0004 SCR PHP 4-40 X 1/4 EA 1.00
089-05899-0004 SCR PHP 2-56X1/4 EA 19.00
089-05903-0008 SCR PHP 4-40X1/2 EA 2.00
089-05927-0004 SCR BHP 4-40X1/4 EA 3.00
089-06004-0003 SCR FHP 2-56X3/16 EA 25.00
089-06297-0003 SCR FHP 2-56X3/16 EA 2.00
089-06340-0004 SCR PHP 2-56X1/4 EA 2.00
089-06390-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 9.00
091-00055-0002 SCR RHS 8-32X.125 EA 1.00
091-00156-0000 BUSHING EA 4.00
091-00286-0001 INSUL XSTR .687 EA 4.00

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PN DESCRIPTION REV
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206-00103-0004 SYSTEM SFTWR 634A 1
206-00103-0005 SYSTEM SFTWR 634A 0

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0004 -0005
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
057-03284-0004 UNIT SOFTWARE V04 EA 1.00 .
057-03284-0005 UNIT SOFTWARE VO5 EA . 1.00
205-00572-0004 HRDWR SFTWR 634A EA 1.00 .
205-00572-0005 HRDWR SFTWR 634A EA . 1.00
700-00510-0005 CONFIGURATION INDEX FOR THE KNR634A NAV RECEIVER RF . .00

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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206-00103-0006 SYSTEM SFTW 634A 0
206-00103-0007 SYSTEM SFTW 634A 1

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0006 -0007
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
057-03284-0006 UNIT SOFTWARE VO6 EA 1.00 .
057-03284-0007 UNIT SOFTWARE V07 EA . 1.00
205-00572-0006 HDWR SFTWR 634A EA 1.00 1.00
205-00839-0000 HDWR SFTWR NAV RX EA . 1.00
700-00510-0006 KNR 634A PRODUCT SOFTWARE DOCUMENTATION RF .00 .
716-00259-0000 KNR634A NAVIGATION RECEIVER SOFTWARE DOCUMENTATION C RF . .00

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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206-00103-0008 SYSTEM SFTW 634A 0

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0008
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
057-03284-0008 SCM TAG EA 1.00
205-00572-0007 HDWR SFTWR 634A EA 1.00
205-00839-0000 HDWR SFTWR NAV RX EA 1.00
716-00016-0008 KNR634A CNFG INDEX EA 1.00

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THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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FIGURE 6-2 KNR 634A FINAL ASSEMBLY DRAWING (-0020)


(Dwg. No. 300-02614-0020, R-AK)

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FIGURE 6-3 KNR 634A FINAL ASSEMBLY DRAWING (-0010)


(Dwg. No. 300-02614-0010, R-AG)

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FIGURE 6-3A KNR 634A FINAL ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-02614-0010, R-6) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-3B KNR 634A FINAL ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-02614-0010, R-1) (For Reference Only)

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6.6 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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205-00839-0000 HDWR SFTWR NAV RX AA

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
057-02241-0000 IDENT LABEL WB-00 EA 1.00
057-05008-0039 TAG KNR634A EA 1.00
125-00869-0000 CHNL DATA XSTR EA 1.00
193-00839-0000 KNR 634 NAV/RCVR MOTHER/P/S RF .00
200-06264-0020 NAV/RCVR/MOTH/P/S EA 1.00
300-06264-0020 NAV/RCVR/MOTHER/ POWER SUPPLY ASSY. KNR 634A RF .00

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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125-00869-0000 CHNL DATA XSTR 0

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I109 122-01544-0000 CHNL DATA XSTR EA 1.00
REF1 300-06264-0020 NAV/RCVR/MOTHER/ POWER SUPPLY ASSY. KNR 634A EA 1.00

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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200-06264-0010 NAV/RCVR/MOTH/P/S BG
200-06264-0020 NAV/RCVR/MOTH/P/S AH

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
C101 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C101 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C102 097-01161-0039 CAP EL 160UF 40V J EA 1.00 1.00
C103 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 1.00
C104 097-01161-0039 CAP EL 160UF 40V J EA 1.00 1.00
C105 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 1.00
C106 096-01006-0000 CAP TN 1.0UF 50V EA 1.00 .
C106 096-01082-0002 CAP TN 1UF 35V EA . 1.00
C107 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA . 1.00
C107 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00 .
C108 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 1.00
C109 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C110 111-02152-0010 CAP MC 1500PF50V5% EA 1.00 1.00
C111 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C112 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C113 097-00074-0003 CAP AL 2UF 350V EA 1.00 1.00
C114 097-01661-0033 CAP EL 660UF 10V J EA 1.00 1.00
C115 097-01161-0039 CAP EL 160UF 40V J EA 1.00 1.00
C116 097-01391-0036 CAP EL 390UF 20V J EA 1.00 1.00
C117 096-01082-0016 CAP TN 2.2UF 20V EA 1.00 1.00
C118 096-01082-0016 CAP TN 2.2UF 20V EA 1.00 1.00
C119 111-02220-0021 CAP MC 22PF100V10% AR . 1.00
C119 111-02220-0021 CAP MC 22PF100V10% EA 1.00 .
C120 111-02151-0020 CAP MC 150PF100V5% EA 1.00 1.00
C121 111-02221-0021 CAP MC 220PF100V10 EA 1.00 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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C122 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 1.00
C123 106-05221-1026 CAP CH 220PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C123 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C124 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C124 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C125 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C126 111-02680-0020 CAP MC 68PF100V 5% EA 1.00 .
C126 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C127 111-02100-0021 CAP MC 10PF100V10% EA 1.00 .
C127 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C128 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
C129 104-00001-0100 CAP, MICA, RADIAL, 9 PF D, 100 V EA 1.00 .
C129 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C130 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C130 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C131 106-00001-0016 CAP FC 2.2PF10%500 EA 1.00 .
C131 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C132 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C132 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C133 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C133 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C134 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C134 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C135 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C135 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C136 102-00024-0009 CAP VA 7-35PF 160V EA 1.00 1.00
C137 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C138 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C138 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C139 111-02220-0011 CAP MC 22PF 50V10% EA . 1.00
C139 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C140 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA . 1.00
C140 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C141 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA . 1.00
C141 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C142 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C142 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C143 111-00001-0013 CAP CR .1UF 50V EA . 1.00
C143 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C144 111-02102-0021 CAP MC 1KPF100V10% EA . 1.00
C144 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C145 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA . 1.00
C145 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C146 111-02102-0021 CAP MC 1KPF100V10% EA . 1.00
C146 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C147 111-02330-0010 CAP MC 33PF 50V 5% EA . 1.00
C147 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C148 111-02220-0011 CAP MC 22PF 50V10% EA . 1.00
C148 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C149 111-02330-0010 CAP MC 33PF 50V 5% EA . 1.00
C149 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C150 111-02221-0021 CAP MC 220PF100V10 EA . 1.00
C150 999-09999-0099 DO NOT USE RF .00 .
C151 111-00001-0057 CAP CR 150PF 100V EA 1.00 1.00
C201 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C202 109-04150-0000 CAP T 15PF 50V 5% EA 1.00 .
C202 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C203 111-02680-0020 CAP MC 68PF100V 5% EA 1.00 .
C203 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C204 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C204 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C205 106-00001-0038 CAP FC 1.3PF5%500V EA 1.00 .

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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C205 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C206 111-02680-0020 CAP MC 68PF100V 5% EA 1.00 .
C206 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C207 106-00001-0033 CAP FC 4.7PF5%500V EA 1.00 .
C207 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C208 111-02820-0020 CAP MC 82PF100V 5% EA 1.00 .
C208 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C209 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C209 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C210 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C210 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C211 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C211 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C212 106-00049-0000 CAP CHIP 56PF 20% EA 1.00 .
C212 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C213 111-02100-0020 CAP MC 10PF 100V5% EA 1.00 .
C213 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C214 106-00001-0039 CAP FC 8.2PF5%500V EA 1.00 .
C214 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C215 111-02560-0020 CAP MC 56PF100V 5% EA 1.00 .
C215 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C216 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C216 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C217 106-00001-0018 CAP FC .82PF5%500V EA 1.00 .
C217 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C218 111-02560-0020 CAP MC 56PF100V 5% EA 1.00 .
C218 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C219 109-04689-0020 CAP T 6.8PF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C219 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C220 111-02100-0020 CAP MC 10PF 100V5% EA 1.00 .
C220 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C221 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C221 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C222 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C222 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C223 111-02180-0021 CAP MC 18PF100V10% EA 1.00 .
C223 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C224 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C224 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C225 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C225 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C226 111-00001-0000 CAP CR .01UF 50V EA 1.00 .
C226 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C227 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C227 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C228 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C228 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C229 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C229 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C230 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C230 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C231 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00 .
C231 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C232 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C232 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C233 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C233 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C234 111-02821-0021 CAP MC 820PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C234 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C235 111-02221-0021 CAP MC 220PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C235 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C236 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C236 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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C237 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C237 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C238 096-01082-0013 CAP TN .33UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C238 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C239 106-00049-0000 CAP CHIP 56PF 20% EA 1.00 .
C239 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C240 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
C241 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
C242 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
C243 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C244 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C244 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C245 096-01082-0016 CAP TN 2.2UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C245 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C246 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C246 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C247 111-00001-0003 CAP CR .22UF 50V EA 1.00 .
C247 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C248 111-00001-0003 CAP CR .22UF 50V EA 1.00 .
C248 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C249 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C249 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C250 096-01082-0040 CAP TN 3.3UF 35V EA 1.00 .
C250 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C251 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C251 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C252 111-02120-0010 CAP DC 12PF 50V 5% EA 1.00 .
C252 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C253 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C253 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C254 111-00001-0057 CAP CR 150PF 100V EA 1.00 .
C254 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C255 111-00001-0057 CAP CR 150PF 100V EA 1.00 .
C255 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C256 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C257 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C257 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C258 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C258 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C259 111-02100-0020 CAP MC 10PF 100V5% EA 1.00 .
C259 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C260 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C260 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C261 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00 .
C261 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C262 111-02471-0021 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00 .
C262 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C263 106-00001-0016 CAP FC 2.2PF10%500 EA 1.00 .
C263 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C264 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C264 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C265 096-01082-0019 CAP TN 33UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C265 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C266 096-01082-0019 CAP TN 33UF 20V EA 1.00 .
C266 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C267 096-01082-0006 CAP TN 47UF 15V EA 1.00 .
C267 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
C268 111-02821-0021 CAP MC 820PF100V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C269 096-01082-0030 CAP TN 22UF 35V EA 1.00 1.00
C270 108-05028-0002 CAP PC .01UF 3% 50 EA 1.00 1.00
C271 108-05028-0002 CAP PC .01UF 3% 50 EA 1.00 1.00
C272 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 1.00
C273 108-05028-0002 CAP PC .01UF 3% 50 EA 1.00 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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C274 108-05028-0002 CAP PC .01UF 3% 50 EA 1.00 1.00
C275 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C276 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C277 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00 1.00
C278 096-01082-0020 CAP TN 47UF 6V EA 1.00 1.00
C279 096-01082-0019 CAP TN 33UF 20V EA 1.00 1.00
C280 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 1.00
C281 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00 1.00
C282 096-01082-0052 CAP TN 47UF 35V EA . 1.00
C282 111-00001-0001 CAP CR .1UF 50V EA 1.00 .
C283 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
CJ101 026-00018-0000 WIRE CKTJMPR 22AWG EA 1.00 .
CJ101 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CJ102 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
CJ103 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
CJ201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
CJ202 026-00018-0001 WIRE CKTJMPR 24AWG EA 1.00 .
CJ202 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CJ203 026-00018-0001 WIRE CKTJMPR 24AWG EA 1.00 .
CJ203 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CJ204 026-00018-0001 WIRE CKTJMPR 24AWG EA 1.00 .
CJ204 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CR101 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
CR102 007-05011-0024 DIO Z 33V 1W 5% EA 1.00 1.00
CR103 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00 1.00
CR104 007-06048-0000 DIO RECTIFIER EA 1.00 1.00
CR105 007-06081-0000 DIODE, RECTIFIER, FAST RECOVERY, 100V, 3A, LEADS EA 1.00 1.00
CR106 007-06076-0001 DIO A114A EA 1.00 1.00
CR107 007-06077-0004 DIO A114M EA 1.00 1.00
CR108 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00 1.00
CR109 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00 1.00
CR110 007-06065-0000 DIO MA47652 EA 1.00 .
CR110 007-06124-0000 DIO PIN EA . 1.00
CR111 007-06046-0005 DIO S 1N916A EA 1.00 1.00
CR112 007-06046-0005 DIO S 1N916A EA 1.00 1.00
CR113 007-06088-0000 DIO HC 1N5817 EA . 1.00
CR114 007-06046-0000 DIO S 1N914 EA . 1.00
CR201 007-04025-0001 SEMICOND MV309 EA 1.00 .
CR201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CR202 007-04025-0001 SEMICOND MV309 EA 1.00 .
CR202 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CR203 007-04025-0001 SEMICOND MV309 EA 1.00 .
CR203 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CR204 007-04025-0001 SEMICOND MV309 EA 1.00 .
CR204 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CR205 007-04025-0001 SEMICOND MV309 EA 1.00 .
CR205 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CR206 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00 .
CR206 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
CR207 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00 .
F101 036-00057-0010 FUSE 275 125V 5A EA 1.00 1.00
F102 036-00057-0008 FUSE 275 125V 3A EA 1.00 1.00
FL201 017-00080-0001 FLTR CRYSTAL EA 1.00 .
FL201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
I101 120-03094-0004 IC LM140LAH-12 EA 1.00 1.00
I102 120-03048-0002 IC LM139J EA 1.00 1.00
I103 120-06026-0001 IC MC14050BALDS EA 1.00 1.00
I104 120-03147-0014 IC LM320T-15 EA 1.00 1.00
I105 120-03115-0000 IC LM317T EA 1.00 1.00
I106 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00 .00
I107 120-08025-0000 IC C2392N EA 1.00 .
I107 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
I108 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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I109 122-01544-9999 KNR 634A PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
I110 120-03482-0000 MC33064 UNDVLT SNS EA . 1.00
I201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
I202 120-03140-0000 AUDIO AMP LM2002AT EA 1.00 1.00
J101 030-02591-0000 LP SKT STRIP 7PIN EA 2.00 2.00
J101 030-02591-0001 LP SKT STRIP 8PIN EA 2.00 2.00
J6341 030-02349-0004 CONN SUB-D PC 37P EA 1.00 1.00
L101 019-02281-0000 CHOKE FLTR EA 1.00 1.00
L102 019-02281-0000 CHOKE FLTR EA 1.00 1.00
L103 019-02084-0069 CH 100UH 10% EA 1.00 .
L103 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L104 019-02084-0010 CH .39UH 5% EA 1.00 .
L104 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L105 019-02084-0073 CH 150UH 10% EA 1.00 1.00
L106 019-02084-0029 CH 2.2UH 10% EA 1.00 .
L106 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L107 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
L108 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
L109 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
L110 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L111 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L112 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L113 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L114 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L115 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L116 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L117 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L118 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L119 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L120 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L121 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L122 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L123 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L124 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L125 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L126 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L127 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L128 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L129 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L130 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L131 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L132 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L133 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L134 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L135 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L136 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L137 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L138 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L139 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L140 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L141 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L142 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L143 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L144 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L145 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
L146 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00 1.00
L201 019-02084-0010 CH .39UH 5% EA 1.00 .
L201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L202 019-02313-0061 IDCTR V 3.5T EA 1.00 .
L202 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L203 019-02313-0061 IDCTR V 3.5T EA 1.00 .
L203 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L204 019-02084-0029 CH 2.2UH 10% EA 1.00 .

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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L204 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L205 019-02313-0061 IDCTR V 3.5T EA 1.00 .
L205 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L206 019-02313-0061 IDCTR V 3.5T EA 1.00 .
L206 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L207 019-02306-0000 COIL ADJ 1MH EA 1.00 .
L207 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L208 019-02084-0049 CH 15UH 10% EA 1.00 .
L208 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L209 019-02314-0061 IDCTR V 4.5T EA 1.00 .
L209 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
L210 019-02084-0040 CH 6.8UH 5% EA . 1.00
L211 019-02084-0086 CH 560UH 5% EA . 1.00
L212 019-02084-0073 CH 150UH 10% EA . 1.00
Q101 007-00207-0002 XSTR PNP MJE702 EA 1.00 1.00
Q102 007-00179-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N3904 EA . 1.00
Q102 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00 .
Q103 007-00439-0000 XSTR PWRFET IRF521 EA 1.00 1.00
Q104 007-00195-0000 XSTR S MPSH10 EA 1.00 1.00
Q105 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00 .
Q105 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q106 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00 .
Q106 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q107 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00 .
Q107 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q108 007-00195-0000 XSTR S MPSH10 EA 1.00 .
Q108 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q109 007-00195-0000 XSTR S MPSH10 EA 1.00 .
Q109 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q110 007-00195-0000 XSTR S MPSH10 EA 1.00 .
Q110 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q111 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00 .
Q111 007-00261-0002 XSTR S PNP 2N2907 EA . 1.00
Q112 007-00179-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N3904 EA . 1.00
Q113 007-00179-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N3904 EA . 1.00
Q201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
Q202 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
Q203 007-00240-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N5179 EA 1.00 .
Q203 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q204 007-00442-0000 XSTR PNP 2N3251A EA 1.00 .
Q204 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q205 007-00442-0000 XSTR PNP 2N3251A EA 1.00 .
Q205 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q206 007-00195-0000 XSTR S MPSH10 EA 1.00 .
Q206 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q207 007-00240-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N5179 EA 1.00 .
Q207 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q208 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00 .
Q208 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q209 007-00436-0000 XSTR NPN 2N2484 EA 1.00 .
Q209 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q210 007-00436-0000 XSTR NPN 2N2484 EA 1.00 .
Q210 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q211 007-00436-0000 XSTR NPN 2N2484 EA 1.00 .
Q211 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q212 007-00436-0000 XSTR NPN 2N2484 EA 1.00 .
Q212 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
Q213 007-00179-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N3904 EA . 1.00
Q213 007-00436-0000 XSTR NPN 2N2484 EA 1.00 .
Q214 007-00179-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N3904 EA . 1.00
Q214 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00 .
Q215 007-00179-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N3904 EA . 1.00
Q215 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00 .

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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Q216 007-00179-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N3904 EA . 1.00
Q216 007-00436-0000 XSTR NPN 2N2484 EA 1.00 .
Q217 007-00230-0025 XSTR S NPN D44H8 EA 1.00 1.00
Q218 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00 .
Q218 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R101 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R102 131-00103-0023 RES CF 10K QW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R103 131-00103-0023 RES CF 10K QW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R104 131-00391-0013 RES CF 390 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R105 136-01912-0072 RES PF 19.1K QW 1% EA 1.00 1.00
R106 136-09532-0072 RES PF 95.3K QW 1% EA 1.00 1.00
R107 131-00223-0013 RES CF 22K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R108 136-08662-0072 RES PF 86.6K QW 1% EA 1.00 1.00
R109 136-02431-0072 RES PF 2.43K QW 1% EA 1.00 1.00
R110 131-00911-0013 RES CF 910 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R111 131-00331-0013 RES CF 330 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R112 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R113 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R114 131-00433-0013 RES CF 43K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R115 131-00393-0013 RES CF 39K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R116 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R117 136-04022-0072 RES PF 40.2K QW 1% EA 1.00 1.00
R118 136-05621-0072 RES PF 5.62K QW 1% EA 1.00 1.00
R119 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R120 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R121 131-00121-0013 RES CF 120 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R122 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00 1.00
R123 132-00106-0005 RES WW 1.5 2.25W5% EA . 1.00
R123 132-00106-0011 RES WW 2.7 2.25W5% EA 1.00 .
R124 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R125 132-05046-0000 RES WW .05 2W 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R126 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R127 131-00363-0013 RES CF 36K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R128 131-00154-0013 RES CF 150K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R129 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R130 131-00363-0013 RES CF 36K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R131 131-00154-0013 RES CF 150K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R132 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R133 131-00363-0013 RES CF 36K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R134 131-00154-0013 RES CF 150K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R135 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R136 131-00363-0013 RES CF 36K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R137 131-00154-0013 RES CF 150K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R138 131-00244-0023 RES CF 240K QW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R139 136-01691-0072 RES PF 1.69K QW 1% EA 1.00 1.00
R140 136-02370-0072 RES PF 237 QW 1% EA 1.00 1.00
R141 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R142 131-00242-0013 RES CF 2.4K EW 5% EA . 1.00
R142 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R143 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R144 131-00111-0013 RES CF 110 EW 5% EA . 1.00
R144 131-00221-0013 RES CF 220 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R145 131-00510-0013 RES CF 51 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R145 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R146 131-00470-0033 RES CF 47 HW 5% EA 1.00 .
R146 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R147 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R147 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R148 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R148 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R149 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R149 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R150 131-00681-0023 RES CF 680 QW 5% EA 1.00 .

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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R150 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R151 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R151 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R152 131-00681-0023 RES CF 680 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R152 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R153 131-00201-0023 RES CF 200 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R153 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R154 131-00181-0023 RES CF 180 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R154 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R155 131-00622-0013 RES CF 6.2K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R155 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R156 131-00821-0013 RES CF 820 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R156 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R157 131-00181-0023 RES CF 180 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R157 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R158 131-00201-0023 RES CF 200 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R158 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R159 131-00622-0013 RES CF 6.2K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R159 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R160 131-00821-0013 RES CF 820 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R160 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R161 131-00473-0013 RES CF 47K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R162 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R163 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R164 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R165 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R166 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R167 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R168 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R169 131-00153-0013 RES CF 15K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R170 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R171 131-00682-0023 RES CF 6.8K QW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R172 131-00181-0013 RES CF 180 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R172 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R173 131-00201-0013 RES CF 200 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R173 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R174 131-00622-0013 RES CF 6.2K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R174 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R175 131-00821-0013 RES CF 820 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R175 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R176 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R176 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R177 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R177 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R178 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA . 1.00
R179 136-02001-0062 RES PF 2K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R180 131-00752-0013 RES CF 7.5K EW 5% EA . 1.00
R181 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA . 1.00
R182 131-00111-0013 RES CF 110 EW 5% EA . 1.00
R183 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA . 1.00
R184 131-00225-0013 RES CF 2.2M EW 5% EA . 1.00
R185 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA . 1.00
R201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R202 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R202 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R203 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R203 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R204 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R205 131-00333-0013 RES CF 33K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R205 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R206 131-00433-0013 RES CF 43K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R206 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R207 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00 .

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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R207 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R208 131-00683-0013 RES CF 68K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R208 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R209 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R209 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R210 131-00220-0023 RES CF 22 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R210 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R211 131-00361-0013 RES CF 360 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R211 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R212 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R212 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R213 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R213 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R214 131-00510-0013 RES CF 51 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R214 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R215 131-00433-0013 RES CF 43K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R215 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R216 131-00561-0013 RES CF 560 EW 5% EA . 1.00
R216 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R217 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R217 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R218 131-00683-0013 RES CF 68K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R218 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R219 131-00101-0023 RES CF 100 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R219 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R220 131-00152-0013 RES CF 1.5K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R220 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R221 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R222 131-00027-0013 RES CF 2.7 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R223 131-00100-0023 RES CF 10 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R223 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R224 131-00123-0013 RES CF 12K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R224 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R225 131-00751-0023 RES CF 750 QW 5% EA 1.00 .
R225 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R226 131-00100-0013 RES CF 10 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R226 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R227 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R227 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R228 131-00822-0013 RES CF 8.2K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R228 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R229 131-00473-0013 RES CF 47K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R229 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R230 131-00152-0013 RES CF 1.5K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R230 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R231 131-00470-0013 RES CF 47 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R231 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R232 131-00470-0013 RES CF 47 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R232 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R233 131-00473-0013 RES CF 47K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R233 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R234 131-00242-0013 RES CF 2.4K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R234 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R235 131-00331-0013 RES CF 330 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R235 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R236 131-00562-0013 RES CF 5.6K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R236 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R237 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R237 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R238 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R238 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R239 131-00122-0013 RES CF 1.2K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R239 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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R240 131-00473-0013 RES CF 47K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R240 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R241 131-00151-0013 RES CF 150 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R241 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R242 131-00822-0013 RES CF 8.2K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R242 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R243 131-00222-0013 RES CF 2.2K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R243 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R244 131-00221-0013 RES CF 220 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R244 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R245 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R245 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R246 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R246 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R247 131-00821-0013 RES CF 820 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R247 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R248 131-00470-0013 RES CF 47 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R248 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R249 131-00181-0013 RES CF 180 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R249 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R250 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R250 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R251 131-00133-0013 RES CF 13K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R251 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R252 133-00096-0031 RES VA 5K HW 10% EA 1.00 .
R252 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R253 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R253 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R254 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R254 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R255 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R255 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R256 131-00123-0013 RES CF 12K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R256 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R257 133-00096-0036 RES VA 100K HW 10% EA 1.00 .
R257 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R258 131-00913-0013 RES CF 91K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R258 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R259 131-00203-0013 RES CF 20K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R259 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R260 131-00122-0013 RES CF 1.2K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R260 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R261 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R261 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R262 131-00513-0013 RES CF 51K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R263 131-00562-0013 RES CF 5.6K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R264 131-00152-0013 RES CF 1.5K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R265 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R266 131-00123-0013 RES CF 12K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R267 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R268 131-00183-0013 RES CF 18K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R269 131-00152-0013 RES CF 1.5K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R270 131-00153-0013 RES CF 15K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R271 131-00154-0013 RES CF 150K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R272 131-00474-0013 RES CF 470K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R273 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00 1.00
R274 131-00470-0013 RES CF 47 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R275 131-00183-0013 RES CF 18K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R276 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R277 131-00680-0013 RES CF 68 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R278 131-00361-0033 RES CF 360 HW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R279 131-00027-0013 RES CF 2.7 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R280 131-00033-0013 RES CF 3.3 EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00

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R281 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R282 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R283 131-00560-0013 RES CF 56 EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R283 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R284 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00 .00
R285 131-00112-0013 RES CF 1.1K EW 5% EA 1.00 .
R285 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
R286 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA . 1.00
R287 131-00332-0013 RES CF 3.3K EW 5% EA . 1.00
REF1 300-06264-0010 NAV.REC./ MOTHER/POWER SUPPLY BOARD KNR 634A RF .00 .
REF1 300-06264-0020 NAV/RCVR/MOTHER/ POWER SUPPLY ASSY. KNR 634A RF . .00
REF2 002-06264-0020 SCH KNR 634A NAV REC/PS MOTHER BD RF . .00
T101 019-07106-0000 XFMR POWER EA 1.00 1.00
T201 019-08099-0000 XFMR IF EA 1.00 .
T201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
T202 019-08098-0001 TRANSFORMER EA 1.00 .
T202 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
T203 019-08076-0000 XFMR IF EA 1.00 .
T203 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
T204 019-08070-0000 XFMR IF EA 1.00 .
T204 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
T205 019-03082-0000 XFMR BFLR RF 4T EA 1.00 .
T205 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
T206 019-05084-0000 XFMR MOD 675T EA 1.00 1.00
TP201 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 .
TP201 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
TP202 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 .
TP202 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
TP203 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 1.00
TP205 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 .
TP205 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
TP206 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 .
TP206 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF . .00
TP207 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 1.00
TP208 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 1.00
TP209 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 1.00
TP210 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00 1.00
U101 015-00049-0000 NTWK CAP 220PF 20% EA 1.00 1.00
U102 015-00049-0000 NTWK CAP 220PF 20% EA 1.00 1.00
Y101 044-00107-0000 XTAL 12.8000MHZ EA 1.00 1.00
Y102 044-00374-0001 4MHZ AT CRYSTAL EA . 1.00
002-06264-0010 KNR 634A NAV REC/ PS MOTHER BOARD SCHEMATIC RF .00 .
008-00038-0001 TERM BIFUR .084L EA 4.00 4.00
009-06264-0010 PC BD N/R MTHR P/S EA 1.00 .
009-06264-0020 NAV. REC & POWER SUPPLY EA . 1.00
012-01005-0002 TAPE MYLAR .500 W IN . 1.50
012-01174-0000 INSULATOR EA 1.00 2.00
012-01211-0000 INSULATOR SHIELD EA 1.00 1.00
012-01212-0000 INSULATOR SHIELD EA 1.00 .
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR .00 .00
016-01082-0000 DC RTV 3145 AR 1.00 1.00
026-00003-0000 WIRE, CU, 22AWG, TINNED IN 2.55 .
026-00032-0008 WIRE, CU, 28AWG, SGL, GRN AR . 1.00
030-02174-0000 PIN CONT EA 3.00 3.00
030-02352-0000 LOCK TAB EA 2.00 2.00
030-02418-0005 HEADER STRGT 5P EA 3.00 3.00
030-02418-0008 HEADER STRGT 8P EA 2.00 2.00
033-00092-0005 IC DIP DCKT 18C EA 1.00 .
047-05201-0001 BRACKET W/F EA 2.00 2.00
047-05478-0001 FENCE VCO W/F EA 1.00 .
047-05525-0001 FENCE PLATED EA 1.00 .
047-05528-0001 FENCE SYN W/F EA 1.00 1.00
047-05719-0001 FENCE MIXER W/F EA 1.00 .

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0010 -0020
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047-05721-0001 FENCE RF AMP W/F EA 1.00 .
047-05791-0001 SHIELD PLTD EA 1.00 .
047-05792-0001 SYN SHIELD W/PLTG EA 1.00 1.00
089-05903-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 4.00 4.00
089-05903-0013 SCR PHP 4-40X13/16 EA 1.00 1.00
091-00015-0004 RUBBER GRMT 1/8 EA 1.00 1.00
091-00025-0000 WSHR XSTR INSUL EA 1.00 1.00
091-00051-0003 RTNR TOROID 4-40 EA 1.00 1.00
091-00054-0000 WSHR INSUL .875 DIA EA 2.00 2.00
150-00004-0010 TUBING TFLN 22AWG IN 2.10 .
150-00009-0010 TUBING PLASTIC IN .25 .25
150-00103-0000 SLDR SLEEVE EA 4.00 2.00
155-02121-0002 CABLE ASSY EA 1.00 .
155-02504-0000 CABLE COAX EA 1.00 .
155-02505-0000 CABLE COAX EA 1.00 1.00
192-06264-0010 KNR 634 NAV/RCVR/MOTH/P/S RF .00 .
193-00839-0000 KNR 634 NAV/RCVR MOTHER/P/S RF . .00
200-06502-0000 GND PLANE NAV/RCVR EA 1.00 1.00
200-08177-0003 KNR634A ICAO NAV RX MODULE EA . 1.00
200-08506-0000 PC BOARD EA 1.00 .
200-08506-0004 PC BOARD EA 1.00 .
200-09156-0000 AGC AMPL ADAPT BOARD EA 1.00 .

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B KNR 634A

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B KNR 634A

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B KNR 634A

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B KNR 634A

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-4 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSY DWG (-0020)


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0020, R-AF, Sheet 1 of 3)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-4 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0020, R-AF, Sheet 2 of 3)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-4 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0020, R-AF, Sheet 3 of 3)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-4A KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0020, R-AE, Sheet 1 of 3) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-4A KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0020, R-AE, Sheet 2 of 3) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-4A KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0020, R-AE, Sheet 3 of 3) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-5 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSY DWG (-0010)


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0010, R-AB)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-5A KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0010, R-12) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-5B KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06264-0010, R-4) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-6 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC (-0020)


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0020, R-AA, Full Size)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-6 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0020, R-AA, Left Zoom)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-6 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0020, R-AA, Right Zoom)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC (-0010)


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-AB, Full Size)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC (-0010)


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-AB, Left Zoom)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7 KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC (-0010)


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-AB, Right Zoom)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7A KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-AA, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7A KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-AA, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7A KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-AA, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7B KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-5, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7B KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-5, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7B KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-5, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7C KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-3, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7C KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-3, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-7C KNR 634A NAV RECEIVER/MOTHERBOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06264-0010, R-3, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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6.7 KNR 634A RMI

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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200-06367-0000 RMI BOARD ASSY AC

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
C901 111-00001-0028 CAP CR .47UF 50V EA 1.00
C902 111-00001-0028 CAP CR .47UF 50V EA 1.00
C903 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C904 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C905 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C906 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C907 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C908 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C909 111-02821-0051 CAP MC 820PF100V10 EA 1.00
C910 097-01251-0040 CAP EL 250UF 50V J EA 1.00
C911 097-01251-0040 CAP EL 250UF 50V J EA 1.00
C912 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C913 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C914 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C915 111-02103-0041 CAP MC 10KPF50V10% EA 1.00
CR901 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR902 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR903 007-06025-0000 DIO S 1N4003 EA 1.00
CR904 007-06025-0000 DIO S 1N4003 EA 1.00
DS901 037-00080-0000 MINIATURE LAMP EA 1.00
DS902 037-00080-0000 MINIATURE LAMP EA 1.00
I901 120-06083-0001 IC SCL4066BC EA 1.00
I902 120-03067-0001 MULTIPLIER, LINEAR 4 QUADRANT EA 1.00
I903 120-03067-0001 MULTIPLIER, LINEAR 4 QUADRANT EA 1.00
I904 120-03067-0001 MULTIPLIER, LINEAR 4 QUADRANT EA 1.00
I905 120-03067-0001 MULTIPLIER, LINEAR 4 QUADRANT EA 1.00
I906 120-03022-0001 DUAL OP AMP, CAN, MIL TEMP EA 1.00
I907 120-03012-0010 OP AMP, UA741 EA 1.00
I908 120-03012-0010 OP AMP, UA741 EA 1.00
Q901 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q902 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q903 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q904 007-00382-0012 XSTR PWR EA 1.00
Q905 007-00381-0012 XSTR PWR EA 1.00
Q906 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q907 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q908 007-00382-0012 XSTR PWR EA 1.00
Q909 007-00381-0012 XSTR PWR EA 1.00
R901 131-00622-0023 RES CF 6.2K QW 5% EA 1.00
R902 131-00622-0023 RES CF 6.2K QW 5% EA 1.00
R903 136-04990-0072 RES PF 499 QW 1% EA 1.00
R904 136-04990-0072 RES PF 499 QW 1% EA 1.00
R905 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00
R906 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00
R907 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00
R908 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00
R909 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R910 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R911 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R912 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R913 136-04992-0072 RES PF 49.9K QW 1% EA 1.00
R914 136-04992-0072 RES PF 49.9K QW 1% EA 1.00
R915 136-04992-0072 RES PF 49.9K QW 1% EA 1.00
R916 136-04992-0072 RES PF 49.9K QW 1% EA 1.00
R917 136-01102-0072 RES PF 11K QW 1% EA 1.00
R918 136-06651-0072 RES PF 6.65K QW 1% EA 1.00

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200-06367-0000 RMI BOARD ASSY AC

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R919 136-01102-0072 RES PF 11K QW 1% EA 1.00
R920 131-00132-0023 RES CF 1.3K QW 5% EA 1.00
R921 131-00132-0023 RES CF 1.3K QW 5% EA 1.00
R922 131-00243-0023 RES CF 24K QW 5% EA 1.00
R923 131-00103-0023 RES CF 10K QW 5% EA 1.00
R924 131-00103-0023 RES CF 10K QW 5% EA 1.00
R925 131-00103-0023 RES CF 10K QW 5% EA 1.00
R926 136-01002-0072 RES PF 10K QW 1% EA 1.00
R927 136-01002-0072 RES PF 10K QW 1% EA 1.00
R928 136-01182-0072 RES PF 11.8K QW 1% EA 1.00
R929 136-01372-0072 RES PF 13.7K QW 1% EA 1.00
R930 133-00096-0031 RES VA 5K HW 10% EA 1.00
R931 136-01002-0072 RES PF 10K QW 1% EA 1.00
R932 136-01002-0072 RES PF 10K QW 1% EA 1.00
R933 136-01182-0072 RES PF 11.8K QW 1% EA 1.00
R934 136-01372-0072 RES PF 13.7K QW 1% EA 1.00
R935 133-00096-0031 RES VA 5K HW 10% EA 1.00
R936 136-01002-0072 RES PF 10K QW 1% EA 1.00
R937 136-01002-0072 RES PF 10K QW 1% EA 1.00
R938 136-01182-0072 RES PF 11.8K QW 1% EA 1.00
R939 136-01372-0072 RES PF 13.7K QW 1% EA 1.00
R940 133-00096-0031 RES VA 5K HW 10% EA 1.00
R941 136-01002-0072 RES PF 10K QW 1% EA 1.00
R942 136-01002-0072 RES PF 10K QW 1% EA 1.00
R943 136-01182-0072 RES PF 11.8K QW 1% EA 1.00
R944 136-01372-0072 RES PF 13.7K QW 1% EA 1.00
R945 133-00096-0031 RES VA 5K HW 10% EA 1.00
R946 136-01871-0072 RES PF 1.87K QW 1% EA 1.00
R947 136-01871-0072 RES PF 1.87K QW 1% EA 1.00
R948 136-01871-0072 RES PF 1.87K QW 1% EA 1.00
R949 136-03322-0072 RES PF 33.2K QW 1% EA 1.00
R950 136-01871-0072 RES PF 1.87K QW 1% EA 1.00
R951 136-01871-0072 RES PF 1.87K QW 1% EA 1.00
R952 136-01871-0072 RES PF 1.87K QW 1% EA 1.00
R953 136-03322-0072 RES PF 33.2K QW 1% EA 1.00
R954 136-03322-0072 RES PF 33.2K QW 1% EA 1.00
R955 136-03322-0072 RES PF 33.2K QW 1% EA 1.00
R956 136-05762-0072 RES PF 57.6K QW 1% EA 1.00
R957 136-01003-0072 RES PF 100K QW 1% EA 1.00
R958 136-04992-0072 RES PF 49.9K QW 1% EA 1.00
R959 136-04991-0072 RES PF 4.99K QW 1% EA 1.00
R960 136-07322-0072 RES PF 73.2K QW 1% EA 1.00
R961 136-01003-0072 RES PF 100K QW 1% EA 1.00
R962 136-04992-0072 RES PF 49.9K QW 1% EA 1.00
R963 136-05762-0072 RES PF 57.6K QW 1% EA 1.00
R964 136-01622-0072 RES PF 16.2K QW 1% EA 1.00
R965 136-01102-0072 RES PF 11K QW 1% EA 1.00
R966 131-00102-0023 RES CF 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R967 131-00102-0023 RES CF 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R968 136-01373-0072 RES PF 137K QW 1% EA 1.00
R969 131-00471-0023 RES CF 470 QW 5% EA 1.00
R970 131-00221-0023 RES CF 220 QW 5% EA 1.00
R971 131-00221-0023 RES CF 220 QW 5% EA 1.00
R972 132-00005-0000 RES WW 3.3 3W 10% EA 1.00
R973 132-00107-0028 RES WW 10 3.25W 5% EA 1.00
R974 132-00005-0000 RES WW 3.3 3W 10% EA 1.00
R975 131-00102-0023 RES CF 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R976 131-00102-0023 RES CF 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R977 136-01373-0072 RES PF 137K QW 1% EA 1.00

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PN DESCRIPTION REV
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200-06367-0000 RMI BOARD ASSY AC

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
R978 131-00471-0023 RES CF 470 QW 5% EA 1.00
R979 131-00221-0023 RES CF 220 QW 5% EA 1.00
R980 131-00221-0023 RES CF 220 QW 5% EA 1.00
R981 132-00005-0000 RES WW 3.3 3W 10% EA 1.00
R982 132-00107-0028 RES WW 10 3.25W 5% EA 1.00
R983 132-00005-0000 RES WW 3.3 3W 10% EA 1.00
TP901 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP902 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP903 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP904 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP905 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP906 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP907 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP908 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP909 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP910 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP911 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
002-06367-0000 SCH KNR 634 RMI BD RF .00
009-06367-0000 PC BD RMI EA 1.00
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR .00
030-01117-0000 RECEPTACLE EA 17.00
057-02412-0000 PIT ID LABEL EA 1.00
057-02412-0001 POT ID LABEL EA 1.00
073-00499-0002 HEAT SINK W/FNSH EA 1.00
076-00253-0002 SPACER .531 EA 2.00
089-05903-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 8.00
089-08109-0034 WSHR SPLT LK #4 EA 2.00
090-00395-0000 CLIP COMPONENT EA 4.00
091-00156-0000 BUSHING EA 4.00
091-00286-0002 INSUL XSTR .687 EA 4.00
092-05003-0010 EYE ROLL .089X.156 EA 4.00
192-06367-0000 KNR 634 RMI BOARD ASSY RF .00
300-06367-0000 RMI BD ASSY RF .00

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

THIS PAGE IS RESERVED

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

THIS PAGE IS RESERVED

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-8 KNR 634A RMI BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06367-0000, R-AB)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-8A KNR 634A RMI BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06367-0000, R-2) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-9 KNR 634A RMI BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06367-0000, R-3)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-9A KNR 634A RMI BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06367-0000, R-2) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

6.8 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER BOARD

PN DESCRIPTION REV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
205-00572-0004 HRDWR SFTWR 634A 1
205-00572-0005 HRDWR SFTWR 634A 1

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0004 -0005
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REF1 300-06998-0000 DIG. NAV. CONV. BOARD KNR 634A RF .00 .
REF1 300-06998-0010 DIG,NAV CONV BOARD. KNR 634A RF . .00
057-02241-0016 IDENT LABEL WB-04 EA 1.00 .
057-02241-0017 IDENT LABEL WB-05 EA . 1.00
057-03531-0093 ID 205 LABEL 634A EA 1.00 1.00
125-00473-0002 INTFC PROG W/DME EA 1.00 .
125-00473-0003 INTFC PROG W/DME EA . 1.00
125-00474-0003 CONTROL PROGRAM EA 1.00 .
125-00474-0004 CONTROL PROGRAM EA . 1.00
200-06998-0000 DIG NAV CONV BD EA 1.00 .
200-06998-0010 DIG NAV CONV BD EA . 1.00

PN DESCRIPTION REV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
205-00572-0006 HDWR SFTWR 634A 0
205-00572-0007 HDWR SFTWR 634A 0

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0006 -0007
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
REF1 300-06998-0010 DIG,NAV CONV BOARD. KNR 634A RF .00 .00
057-02241-0018 IDENT LABEL WB-06 EA 1.00 .
057-02241-0019 IDENT LABEL WB-07 EA . 1.00
057-03531-0093 ID 205 LABEL 634A EA 1.00 1.00
125-00473-0003 INTFC PROG W/DME EA 1.00 .
125-00473-0004 INTEC PROG W/DME EA . 1.00
125-00474-0005 CONTROL PROGRAM EA 1.00 1.00
200-06998-0010 DIG NAV CONV BD EA 1.00 1.00

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B KNR 634A

PN DESCRIPTION REV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
125-00473-0002 INTFC PROG W/DME 1
125-00473-0003 INTFC PROG W/DME 0

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0002 -0003
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I1156 122-00116-0002 NAV CONV INTF WDME EA 1.00 .
I1156 122-00116-0003 CONV INTF WDMECMOS EA . 1.00
REF1 300-06998-0000 DIG. NAV. CONV. BOARD KNR 634A RF .00 .
REF1 300-06998-0010 DIG,NAV CONV BOARD. KNR 634A RF . .00

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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125-00473-0004 INTEC PROG W/DME 0

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0004
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I1156 122-00116-0004 CONV NTF WDMECMOS EA 1.00
REF1 300-06998-0010 DIG,NAV CONV BOARD. KNR 634A RF .00

PN DESCRIPTION REV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
125-00474-0003 CONTROL PROGRAM 1
125-00474-0004 CONTROL PROGRAM 0

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0003 -0004
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I1121 122-00115-0003 DIGITAL NAV CONV EA 1.00 .
I1121 122-00115-0004 DIG NAV CONV CMOS EA . 1.00
REF1 300-06998-0000 DIG. NAV. CONV. BOARD KNR 634A RF .00 .
REF1 300-06998-0010 DIG,NAV CONV BOARD. KNR 634A RF . .00

PN DESCRIPTION REV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
125-00474-0005 CONTROL PROGRAM 1

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0005
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I1121 122-00115-0006 DIGITAL NAV CONV EA 1.00
REF1 300-06998-0010 DIG,NAV CONV BOARD. KNR 634A RF .00

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B KNR 634A

PN DESCRIPTION REV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
200-06998-0000 DIG NAV CONV BD BA
200-06998-0010 DIG NAV CONV BD AF

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000 -0010
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
C1246 097-00217-0014 CAP OSCON 47 UF M 25V EA . 1.00
C1250 106-05680-0016 CAP CH 68PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
CR1101 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00 1.00
CR1102 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00 1.00
CR1104 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00 .
CR1104 007-06226-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD352 EA . 1.00
CR1114 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00 .
CR1114 007-06226-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD352 EA . 1.00
CR1120 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00 .
CR1120 007-06226-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD352 EA . 1.00
I1116 120-02168-0002 82C54 INTERVALTIMER EA . 1.00
I1116 120-02201-0000 LPROG TIMER TP8253 EA 1.00 .
L1120 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA . 1.00
Q1101 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00 1.00
Q1102 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00 1.00
R1103 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00 1.00
R1378 131-00039-0033 RES CF 3.9 HW 5% EA . 1.00
REF1 300-06998-0000 DIG. NAV. CONV. BOARD KNR 634A RF .00 .
REF1 300-06998-0010 DIG,NAV CONV BOARD. KNR 634A RF . .00
REF2 192-06998-0010 KNR634A NAV CONV RF . .00
REF3 002-06998-0010 NAV CONVERTOR BD RF . .00
S1101 031-00245-0000 SWITCH SLIDE DPDT EA 1.00 1.00
002-06998-0000 NAV CONVERTOR BD RF .00 .
024-05019-0001 WIRE 30 RED IN . 11.25
026-00032-0008 WIRE, CU, 28AWG, SGL, GRN IN . 4.25
047-05202-0002 CONNECTOR PLATE W/PAINT EA 1.00 1.00
091-00054-0003 WASHER INSUL .500 DIA EA . 1.00
200-06998-0099 COMMON BOM KN 0040 EA 1.00 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
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C1101 096-01186-0019 CAP 22UF 20V 10% EA 1.00
C1102 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1103 096-01186-0019 CAP 22UF 20V 10% EA 1.00
C1104 096-01186-0036 CAP 10UF 35V 10% EA 1.00
C1105 096-01186-0030 CAP 1UF 35V 10% EA 1.00
C1106 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1107 106-04182-0016 CAPCH1800PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1108 106-04102-0017 CAP CH 1KPFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1109 106-04473-0047 CAP CH 47K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1110 106-04821-0016 CAP CH820PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1111 111-00001-0100 CAP CER .018 UF 1% 50 V NPO EA 1.00
C1112 111-00001-0100 CAP CER .018 UF 1% 50 V NPO EA 1.00
C1113 111-00001-0100 CAP CER .018 UF 1% 50 V NPO EA 1.00
C1114 111-00001-0100 CAP CER .018 UF 1% 50 V NPO EA 1.00
C1115 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1116 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
C1117 096-01186-0019 CAP 22UF 20V 10% EA 1.00
C1118 106-04102-0017 CAP CH 1KPFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1119 096-01186-0030 CAP 1UF 35V 10% EA 1.00
C1120 106-04151-0017 CAP CH150PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1121 106-04151-0017 CAP CH150PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1122 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
C1123 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
C1124 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1125 111-00001-0100 CAP CER .018 UF 1% 50 V NPO EA 1.00
C1126 111-00001-0100 CAP CER .018 UF 1% 50 V NPO EA 1.00
C1127 111-00001-0100 CAP CER .018 UF 1% 50 V NPO EA 1.00
C1128 111-00001-0100 CAP CER .018 UF 1% 50 V NPO EA 1.00
C1129 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1130 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
C1131 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
C1132 108-05079-0001 CAP .100UF1%50V EA 1.00
C1133 106-04102-0017 CAP CH 1KPFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1134 108-05079-0001 CAP .100UF1%50V EA 1.00
C1135 108-05079-0001 CAP .100UF1%50V EA 1.00
C1136 108-05079-0001 CAP .100UF1%50V EA 1.00
C1137 108-05079-0001 CAP .100UF1%50V EA 1.00
C1138 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1139 106-04473-0047 CAP CH 47K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1140 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1141 096-01186-0015 CAP 33UF 16V 10% EA 1.00
C1142 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1143 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1144 106-04220-0017 CAP CH 22PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1145 106-04473-0047 CAP CH 47K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1146 106-04473-0047 CAP CH 47K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1147 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1148 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1149 106-04473-0047 CAP CH 47K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1150 106-04473-0047 CAP CH 47K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1151 106-04151-0017 CAP CH150PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1152 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1153 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1154 106-04680-0016 CAP CH 68PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1155 096-01082-0001 CAP TN 220UF 10V EA 1.00
C1156 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA .00
C1157 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1158 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1159 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
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C1160 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1161 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1162 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1163 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1164 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1165 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1166 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1167 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1168 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1169 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1170 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1171 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1172 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1173 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1174 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1175 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1176 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1177 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1178 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1179 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1180 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1181 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1182 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1183 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1184 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1185 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1186 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1187 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1188 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1189 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1190 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1191 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1192 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1193 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1194 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1195 106-04331-0017 CAP CH330PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1196 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1197 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1198 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1199 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1200 106-04331-0017 CAP CH330PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1201 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1202 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1203 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1204 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1205 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1206 106-04220-0017 CAP CH 22PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1207 106-04181-0017 CAP CH180PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1208 106-04330-0017 CAP CH 33PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1209 106-04181-0017 CAP CH180PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1210 106-04330-0017 CAP CH 33PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1211 106-04330-0017 CAP CH 33PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1212 106-04181-0017 CAP CH180PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1213 106-04330-0017 CAP CH 33PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1214 106-04181-0017 CAP CH180PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1215 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1216 106-04102-0017 CAP CH 1KPFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1217 096-01186-0030 CAP 1UF 35V 10% EA 1.00
C1218 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1219 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1220 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1221 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1222 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
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C1223 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1224 106-04103-0047 CH 10K X7R/50V EA 1.00
C1225 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1226 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1227 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1228 096-01186-0013 CAP CH 3.3UF 16V EA 1.00
C1229 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1230 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1231 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1232 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1233 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1234 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1235 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1236 096-01186-0013 CAP CH 3.3UF 16V EA 1.00
C1237 096-01186-0034 CAP 4.7UF 35V 10% EA 1.00
C1238 106-04151-0017 CAP CH150PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1239 106-04151-0017 CAP CH150PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1240 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1241 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1242 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1243 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1244 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1245 106-04151-0017 CAP CH150PFNPO/50V EA 1.00
C1247 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C1248 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
C1249 106-04104-0078 CAP CH 100KZ5U/50V EA 1.00
CJ1101 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CJ1102 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CJ1103 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1103 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1105 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00
CR1106 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1107 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR1108 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00
CR1109 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR1110 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR1111 007-06226-0000 SOT23 DIO MMBD352 EA 1.00
CR1112 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00
CR1113 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00
CR1115 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1116 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR1117 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00
CR1118 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00
CR1119 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR1121 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR1122 007-06188-0000 DIO HOT CARRIER EA 1.00
CR1123 007-06188-0000 DIO HOT CARRIER EA 1.00
CR1124 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR1125 007-06184-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING EA 1.00
CR1126 007-06088-0000 DIO HC 1N5817 EA 1.00
CR1127 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1128 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1129 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1130 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1131 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1132 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1133 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1134 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1135 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1136 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1137 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
CR1138 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00
CR1139 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
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CR1140 007-06227-0000 DIO MMBD6100 SOT23 EA 1.00
CR1141 007-05032-0013 DIO Z 1N5339B EA 1.00
F1101 036-00057-0008 FUSE 275 125V 3A EA 1.00
FL1101 017-00098-0000 FLTR LP FT ASSY EA 1.00
FL1102 017-00098-0000 FLTR LP FT ASSY EA 1.00
FL1103 017-00098-0000 FLTR LP FT ASSY EA 1.00
I1101 120-03147-0000 IC LM120H-5.0 EA 1.00
I1102 120-06038-0003 IC 4046 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1103 120-03174-0013 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
I1104 120-03052-0007 IC LM224D EA 1.00
I1105 120-06072-0003 IC 4051 S0 PKG EA 1.00
I1106 120-06158-0000 IC 40161 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1107 120-03053-0011 LM258 SO-8 OP AMP EA 1.00
I1108 120-03052-0007 IC LM224D EA 1.00
I1109 120-03127-0011 IC LM2903 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1110 120-06070-0002 IC 4070 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1111 120-06157-0000 IC 40106 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1112 120-06025-0004 IC 4049 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1113 120-06053-0003 IC 4538 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1114 120-06009-0003 IC HEF4013BT EA 1.00
I1115 120-00072-0002 IC 74LS74A EA 1.00
I1117 120-06074-0003 IC 4053 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1118 120-03052-0007 IC LM224D EA 1.00
I1119 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1120 120-03053-0011 LM258 SO-8 OP AMP EA 1.00
I1121 122-00115-9999 SOFTWARE RF .00
I1122 120-03159-0014 DAC EA 1.00
I1123 120-03174-0013 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
I1124 120-03755-0001 SAMPLE & HOLD, OCTAL, MULTPLX INPUT EA 1.00
I1125 120-03052-0007 IC LM224D EA 1.00
I1126 120-03052-0007 IC LM224D EA 1.00
I1127 120-03900-0001 STEP-UP SWITCHING REGULATOR EA 1.00
I1128 120-03127-0011 IC LM2903 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1129 120-06072-0003 IC 4051 S0 PKG EA 1.00
I1130 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1131 120-03053-0011 LM258 SO-8 OP AMP EA 1.00
I1132 120-03127-0011 IC LM2903 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1133 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1134 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1135 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1136 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1137 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1138 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1139 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1140 120-03174-0013 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
I1141 120-03163-0001 LM2901 SO-14 COMP EA 1.00
I1142 120-03163-0001 LM2901 SO-14 COMP EA 1.00
I1143 120-03174-0013 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
I1144 120-06083-0003 IC 4066 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1145 120-03163-0001 LM2901 SO-14 COMP EA 1.00
I1146 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1147 120-03174-0013 OP AMP BI FET SO EA 1.00
I1148 120-06009-0003 IC HEF4013BT EA 1.00
I1149 120-06163-0000 HEF40097 SOIC EA 1.00
I1150 120-06025-0004 IC 4049 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1151 120-06158-0000 IC 40161 SO PKG EA 1.00
I1152 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1153 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1154 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1155 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I1156 122-00116-9999 SOFTWARE RF .00
I1157 120-03824-0010 3.3V PRECISION SHUNT REGULATOR EA 1.00
L1101 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00

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L1102 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1103 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1104 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1105 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1106 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1107 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1108 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1109 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1110 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1111 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1112 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1113 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1114 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1115 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1116 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1117 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1118 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1119 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1121 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1122 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1123 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1124 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1125 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1126 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1127 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1128 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1129 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1130 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1131 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1132 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1133 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1134 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1135 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1136 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1137 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1138 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1139 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1140 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1141 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1142 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1143 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1144 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1145 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1146 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1147 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1148 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1149 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L1150 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
L1151 019-02368-0000 TOROID CHOKE EA 1.00
Q1103 007-00692-0000 XSTRNPN BCX56S0T89 EA 1.00
Q1104 007-00693-0000 XSTR PNP BCX53 SOT89 EA 1.00
Q1105 007-00692-0000 XSTRNPN BCX56S0T89 EA 1.00
Q1106 007-00693-0000 XSTR PNP BCX53 SOT89 EA 1.00
Q1107 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q1108 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q1109 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q1110 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q1111 007-00532-0000 XSTR MMBT4403 EA 1.00
Q1112 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q1113 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q1114 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q1115 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q1116 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
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Q1117 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q1118 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q1119 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q1120 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q1121 007-00466-0000 XSTR S PNP MMBTA56 EA 1.00
Q1122 007-00467-0000 XSTR S NPN MMBTA06 EA 1.00
Q1123 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q1124 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q1125 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q1126 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1101 130-05562-0023 RES CHIP 5.6KEW5% EA 1.00
R1102 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1104 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1105 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1106 139-08252-0003 RES CHIP 82.5K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1107 139-01822-0003 RES CH 18.2K EW .1 EA 1.00
R1108 139-01822-0003 RES CH 18.2K EW .1 EA 1.00
R1109 139-08252-0003 RES CHIP 82.5K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1110 130-05183-0023 RES CHIP 18KEW5% EA 1.00
R1111 130-05132-0023 RES CHIP 1.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R1112 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1113 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1114 130-05164-0023 RES CHIP 160K EW5% EA 1.00
R1115 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1116 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1117 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1118 130-05333-0023 RES CHIP 33K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1119 130-05153-0023 RES CHIP 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1120 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1121 139-01503-0000 RES CHIP 150KEW1% EA 1.00
R1122 139-06812-0000 RES 68.1K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1123 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1124 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1125 133-00100-0042 RES VA 50K QW 10% EA 1.00
R1126 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1127 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1128 133-00100-0043 RES VA 100K QW 10% EA 1.00
R1129 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1130 139-03012-0000 RES CHIP 30.1KEW1% EA 1.00
R1131 139-01242-0003 RES CH 12.4K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1132 139-01242-0003 RES CH 12.4K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1133 139-01473-0003 RES CH 147K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1134 139-09092-0003 RES CH 90.9K EW.1% EA 1.00
R1135 139-01433-0000 RES CHIP 143KEW1% EA 1.00
R1136 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00
R1137 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1138 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1139 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1140 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1141 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1142 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1143 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1144 139-01502-0000 RES CHIP 15K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1145 139-09092-0003 RES CH 90.9K EW.1% EA 1.00
R1146 130-05000-0025 RES CHIP 0 EW CJ EA 1.00
R1147 130-05244-0023 RES CHIP 240K5%EW EA 1.00
R1148 130-05683-0023 RES CHIP 68K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1149 139-03012-0000 RES CHIP 30.1KEW1% EA 1.00
R1150 139-01473-0003 RES CH 147K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1151 139-01242-0003 RES CH 12.4K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1152 139-01242-0003 RES CH 12.4K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1153 139-01433-0000 RES CHIP 143KEW1% EA 1.00
R1154 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
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R1155 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1156 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1157 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1158 130-05683-0023 RES CHIP 68K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1159 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1160 130-05113-0023 RES CHIP 11K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1161 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1162 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1163 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1164 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1165 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1166 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1167 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1168 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1169 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1170 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1171 139-01782-0000 RES CHIP 17.8KEW1% EA 1.00
R1172 139-01052-0000 RES CHIP 10.5KEW1% EA 1.00
R1173 139-01961-0000 RES CHIP 1.96KEW1% EA 1.00
R1174 139-01181-0000 RES CHIP 1.18KEW1% EA 1.00
R1175 139-01783-0000 RES CHIP 178KEW1% EA 1.00
R1176 139-01053-0000 RES CHIP 105K EW 1 EA 1.00
R1177 139-01053-0000 RES CHIP 105K EW 1 EA 1.00
R1178 139-01783-0000 RES CHIP 178KEW1% EA 1.00
R1179 139-07502-0000 RES CHIP 75KEW1% EA 1.00
R1180 139-01433-0000 RES CHIP 143KEW1% EA 1.00
R1181 139-01871-0003 RES CH1.87K EW .1% EA 1.00
R1182 139-07502-0000 RES CHIP 75KEW1% EA 1.00
R1183 139-07502-0000 RES CHIP 75KEW1% EA 1.00
R1184 139-02003-0000 RES CHIP 200KEW1% EA 1.00
R1185 139-02003-0000 RES CHIP 200KEW1% EA 1.00
R1186 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1187 139-09090-0000 RES CHIP 909 EW 1% EA 1.00
R1188 139-09090-0000 RES CHIP 909 EW 1% EA 1.00
R1189 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1190 139-03321-0000 RES CHIP 3.32K EW EA 1.00
R1191 139-04991-0000 RES CHIP 4.99KEW1% EA 1.00
R1192 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1193 139-04871-0000 RES CHIP 4.87KEW1% EA 1.00
R1194 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1195 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1196 139-02262-0000 RES CH 22.6K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1197 130-05100-0033 RES CH 10 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1198 130-05221-0023 RES CHIP 220 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1199 130-05100-0033 RES CH 10 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1200 130-05100-0033 RES CH 10 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1201 130-05100-0033 RES CH 10 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1202 139-02262-0000 RES CH 22.6K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1203 130-05221-0023 RES CHIP 220 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1204 130-05100-0033 RES CH 10 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1205 130-05100-0033 RES CH 10 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1206 130-05100-0033 RES CH 10 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1207 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1208 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1209 139-01502-0000 RES CHIP 15K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1210 133-00096-0054 RES VA 1K HW 10% EA 1.00
R1211 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1212 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1213 130-05180-0023 RES CHIP 18 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1214 130-05512-0023 RES CHIP 5.1KEW5% EA 1.00
R1215 130-05562-0023 RES CHIP 5.6KEW5% EA 1.00
R1216 130-05332-0023 RES CHIP 3.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R1217 130-05113-0023 RES CHIP 11K EW 5% EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
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R1218 130-05512-0023 RES CHIP 5.1KEW5% EA 1.00
R1219 130-05100-0033 RES CH 10 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1220 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1221 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1222 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1223 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1224 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1225 139-01022-0000 RES CHIP 10.2KEW1% EA 1.00
R1226 139-03571-0000 RES CHIP 3.57KEW1% EA 1.00
R1227 130-05361-0023 RES CHIP 360 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1228 130-05101-0023 RES CH 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1229 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1230 139-01502-0000 RES CHIP 15K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1231 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1232 139-01502-0000 RES CHIP 15K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1233 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1234 139-07152-0000 RES CHIP 71.5KEW1% EA 1.00
R1235 139-05232-0000 RES CHIP 52.3KEW1% EA 1.00
R1236 133-00100-0042 RES VA 50K QW 10% EA 1.00
R1237 139-01053-0000 RES CHIP 105K EW 1 EA 1.00
R1238 130-05562-0023 RES CHIP 5.6KEW5% EA 1.00
R1239 133-00100-0039 RES VA 10K QW 10% EA 1.00
R1240 130-05113-0023 RES CHIP 11K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1241 139-07151-0000 RES CH 7.15K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1242 130-05182-0023 RES CHIP 1.8KEW5% EA 1.00
R1243 139-01433-0000 RES CHIP 143KEW1% EA 1.00
R1244 139-09090-0000 RES CHIP 909 EW 1% EA 1.00
R1245 139-09090-0000 RES CHIP 909 EW 1% EA 1.00
R1246 130-05333-0023 RES CHIP 33K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1247 130-05333-0023 RES CHIP 33K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1248 139-01502-0000 RES CHIP 15K EW 1% EA 1.00
R1249 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1250 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1251 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1252 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1253 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1254 130-05332-0023 RES CHIP 3.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R1255 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1256 130-05511-0023 RES CHIP 510 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1257 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1258 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1259 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1260 130-05153-0023 RES CHIP 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1261 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1262 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1263 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1264 130-05153-0023 RES CHIP 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1265 130-05105-0023 RES CHIP 1M EW 5% EA 1.00
R1266 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1267 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1268 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1269 130-05153-0023 RES CHIP 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1270 130-05512-0023 RES CHIP 5.1KEW5% EA 1.00
R1271 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1272 130-05105-0023 RES CHIP 1M EW 5% EA 1.00
R1273 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1274 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1275 130-05392-0023 RES CHIP 3.9KEW5% EA 1.00
R1276 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1277 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1278 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1279 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1280 130-05124-0023 RES CHIP 120KEW5% EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0099
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R1281 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1282 130-05132-0023 RES CHIP 1.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R1283 130-05432-0023 RES CHIP 4.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R1284 130-05182-0023 RES CHIP 1.8KEW5% EA 1.00
R1285 130-05361-0023 RES CHIP 360 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1286 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1287 130-05182-0023 RES CHIP 1.8KEW5% EA 1.00
R1288 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1289 130-05273-0023 RES CHIP 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1290 130-05330-0033 RES CHIP 33 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1291 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1292 130-05273-0023 RES CHIP 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1293 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1294 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1295 130-05273-0023 RES CHIP 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1296 130-05273-0023 RES CHIP 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1297 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1298 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1299 130-05330-0033 RES CHIP 33 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1300 130-05360-0033 RES CHIP 36 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1301 130-05273-0023 RES CHIP 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1302 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1303 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1304 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1305 130-05273-0023 RES CHIP 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1306 130-05273-0023 RES CHIP 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1307 130-05223-0023 RES CHIP 22K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1308 130-05273-0023 RES CHIP 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1309 130-05330-0033 RES CHIP 33 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1310 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1311 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1312 130-05330-0033 RES CHIP 33 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1313 130-05360-0033 RES CHIP 36 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1314 130-05360-0033 RES CHIP 36 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1315 130-05360-0033 RES CHIP 36 QW 5% EA 1.00
R1316 139-01503-0000 RES CHIP 150KEW1% EA 1.00
R1317 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1318 130-05333-0023 RES CHIP 33K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1319 130-05361-0023 RES CHIP 360 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1320 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1321 130-05332-0023 RES CHIP 3.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R1322 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1323 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1324 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1325 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1326 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1327 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1328 139-04991-0000 RES CHIP 4.99KEW1% EA 1.00
R1329 139-04991-0000 RES CHIP 4.99KEW1% EA 1.00
R1330 139-07501-0000 RES CHIP 7.5KEW1% EA 1.00
R1331 139-07501-0000 RES CHIP 7.5KEW1% EA 1.00
R1332 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1333 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1334 130-05103-0023 RES CH 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1335 130-05332-0023 RES CHIP 3.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R1336 130-05203-0023 RES CHIP 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1337 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1338 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1339 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1340 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1341 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1342 139-01503-0000 RES CHIP 150KEW1% EA 1.00
R1343 139-02742-0000 RES CHIP 27.4KEW1% EA 1.00

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R1344 139-01821-0000 RES CHIP 1.82KEW1% EA 1.00
R1345 130-05153-0023 RES CHIP 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1346 130-05153-0023 RES CHIP 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1347 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1348 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1349 130-05472-0023 RES CHIP 4.7KEW5% EA 1.00
R1350 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1351 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R1352 130-05391-0023 RES CHIP 390EW5% EA 1.00
R1353 130-05470-0023 RES CHIP 47 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1354 130-05221-0023 RES CHIP 220 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1355 130-05470-0023 RES CHIP 47 EW 5% EA 1.00
R1356 130-05333-0023 RES CHIP 33K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1357 130-05105-0023 RES CHIP 1M EW 5% EA 1.00
R1358 130-05105-0023 RES CHIP 1M EW 5% EA 1.00
R1359 130-05102-0023 RES CH 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1360 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1361 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1362 130-05104-0023 RES CH 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1363 130-05332-0023 RES CHIP 3.3KEW5% EA 1.00
R1364 133-00100-0034 RES VA 200 QW 10% EA 1.00
R1365 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1366 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1367 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1368 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1369 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1370 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1371 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1372 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1373 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1374 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1375 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1376 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1377 131-00302-0013 RES CF 3K EW 5% EA 1.00
R1379 131-00102-0023 RES CF 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
TP1101 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1102 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1103 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1104 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1105 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1106 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1107 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1108 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1109 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1110 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1111 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1112 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
TP1113 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
TP1114 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
TP1115 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
TP1116 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1117 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1118 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1119 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1120 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1121 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP1122 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
U1101 015-00041-0006 RES MOD 10K150V2% EA 1.00
U1102 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
U1103 015-00064-0013 8P CAP 220PF 10% EA 1.00
U1104 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
U1105 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
U1106 015-00064-0013 8P CAP 220PF 10% EA 1.00

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U1107 015-00039-0008 RES MOD 3.3K 2% EA 1.00
U1108 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
U1109 015-00064-0013 8P CAP 220PF 10% EA 1.00
U1110 015-00064-0013 8P CAP 220PF 10% EA 1.00
U1111 015-00064-0013 8P CAP 220PF 10% EA 1.00
V1101 134-05005-0002 PHOTODETECTOR EA 1.00
Y1101 044-00128-0000 CR RSNR 11.0MHZ EA 1.00
Y1102 044-00376-0001 CERAMIC RESONATOR, 3.58 MHZ EA 1.00
Y1103 044-00128-0000 CR RSNR 11.0MHZ EA 1.00
008-00008-0001 TERM SPLIT TURR EA 4.00
009-06998-0000 PC BD DGTL NAV CON EA 1.00
012-01113-0000 PLSTC FLM TPE 1/4 IN. IN .25
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR 1.00
016-01082-0000 DC RTV 3145 AR 1.00
030-02350-0013 CONN SUB-D PC 50P EA 1.00
030-02352-0004 LOCK TAB, V4 EA 2.00
030-02418-0008 HEADER STRGT 8P EA 1.00
030-02418-0009 HEADER STRGT 9P EA 1.00
030-02591-0000 LP SKT STRIP 7PIN EA 2.00
030-02591-0001 LP SKT STRIP 8PIN EA 2.00
030-02591-0002 LP SKT STRIP 12PIN EA 2.00
030-02591-0003 LP SKT STRIP 20PIN EA 4.00
047-05201-0001 BRACKET W/F EA 2.00
076-00469-0000 SPACER EA 2.00
089-05878-0005 SCR PHP 4-40 X 5/16 EA 2.00
089-05903-0003 SCR PHP 4-40X3/16 EA 4.00
089-08109-0034 WSHR SPLT LK #4 EA 2.00
091-00025-0000 WSHR XSTR INSUL EA 1.00
091-00028-0006 SCREW, BINDER HD, NYLON, 2-56 X 3/4 EA 1.00
091-00058-0000 NUT FLAT 2-56 EA 1.00
091-00187-0000 SHOULDER WASHER EA 1.00
091-00636-0001 STANDOFF - BEAD EA 12.00
150-00003-0010 TUBING TFLN 24AWG IN 7.50

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THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THIS PAGE IS RESERVED

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-10 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DWG (-0010)
(Dwg. No. 300-06998-0010, R-AM)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-10A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06998-0010, R-AK, Sheet 1 of 2) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-10A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06998-0010, R-AK, Sheet 2 of 2) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-11 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DWG (-0000)
(Dwg. No. 300-06998-0000, R-AD)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-11A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06998-0000, R-AC) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-11B KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06998-0000, R-10) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-11C KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06998-0000, R-7) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-12 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC (-0010)


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0010, R-AH, Sheet 1 of 2, Full Size)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-12 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0010, R-AH, Sheet 1 of 2, Left Zoom)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-12 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0010, R-AH, Sheet 1 of 2, Right Zoom)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-12 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0010, R-AH, Sheet 2 of 2)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-12A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0010, R-AG, Sheet 1 of 2, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-12A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0010, R-AG, Sheet 1 of 2, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-12A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0010, R-AG, Sheet 1 of 2, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-12A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0010, R-AG, Sheet 2 of 2) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC (-0000)


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-AD, Sheet 1 of 2, Full Size)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-AD, Sheet 1 of 2, Left Zoom)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-AD, Sheet 1 of 2, Right Zoom)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13 KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-AD, Sheet 2 of 2)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-AC, Sheet 1 of 2, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-AC, Sheet 1 of 2, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-AC, Sheet 1 of 2, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13A KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-AC, Sheet 2 of 2) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13B KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-9, Sheet 1 of 2, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13B KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-9, Sheet 1 of 2, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13B KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-9, Sheet 1 of 2, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13B KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-9, Sheet 2 of 2) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13C KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-1, Sheet 1 of 2, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13C KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-1, Sheet 1 of 2, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13C KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-1, Sheet 1 of 2, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-13C KNR 634A DIGITAL NAV CONVERTER SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06998-0000, R-1, Sheet 2 of 2) (For Reference Only)

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6.9 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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200-06267-0000 GLIDESLOPE BD ASSY BE

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
C301 111-02331-0051 CAP MC330PF100V10% EA 1.00
C302 102-00024-0005 CAP VA3.5-13PF160V EA 1.00
C303 111-02680-0021 CAP MC 68PF100V10% EA 1.00
C304 111-02680-0021 CAP MC 68PF100V10% EA 1.00
C305 106-00049-0000 CAP CHIP 56PF 20% EA 1.00
C306 113-03010-0000 CAP DC 1PF 500V EA .20
C306 113-03015-0000 CAP DC 1.5PF 500V EA .20
C306 113-03020-0000 CAP DC 2PF 500V EA .20
C306 113-03027-0000 CAP DC 2.7PF 500V EA .20
C306 999-09999-9999 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C307 113-05033-0000 CAP DC 3.3PF 500V EA 1.00
C308 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C309 111-02100-0020 CAP MC 10PF 100V5% EA .13
C309 111-02220-0021 CAP MC 22PF100V10% EA .13
C309 111-02330-0021 CAP MC 33PF100V10% EA .13
C309 111-02470-0020 CAP MC 47PF100V 5% EA .13
C309 111-02560-0020 CAP MC 56PF100V 5% EA .13
C309 111-02680-0021 CAP MC 68PF100V10% EA 1.00
C309 111-02820-0020 CAP MC 82PF100V 5% EA .13
C309 999-09999-9999 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C310 111-02680-0021 CAP MC 68PF100V10% EA 1.00
C311 111-02680-0021 CAP MC 68PF100V10% EA 1.00
C312 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C313 106-00049-0000 CAP CHIP 56PF 20% EA 1.00
C314 111-02101-0021 CAP MC100PF100V10% EA 1.00
C315 111-02102-0051 CAP MC 1KPF100V10% EA 1.00
C316 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C317 111-02100-0020 CAP MC 10PF 100V5% EA .13
C317 111-02220-0021 CAP MC 22PF100V10% EA .13
C317 111-02330-0021 CAP MC 33PF100V10% EA .13
C317 111-02470-0020 CAP MC 47PF100V 5% EA .13
C317 111-02560-0020 CAP MC 56PF100V 5% EA .13
C317 111-02680-0021 CAP MC 68PF100V10% EA 1.00
C317 111-02820-0020 CAP MC 82PF100V 5% EA .13
C317 999-09999-9999 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C318 113-03027-0000 CAP DC 2.7PF 500V EA 1.00
C319 113-03010-0000 CAP DC 1PF 500V EA .20
C319 113-03015-0000 CAP DC 1.5PF 500V EA .20
C319 113-03020-0000 CAP DC 2PF 500V EA .20
C319 113-03027-0000 CAP DC 2.7PF 500V EA .20
C319 999-09999-9999 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C320 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C321 106-00049-0000 CAP CHIP 56PF 20% EA 1.00
C322 096-01082-0054 CAP TN 15UF 20V EA 1.00
C323 111-02680-0021 CAP MC 68PF100V10% EA 1.00
C324 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C325 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C326 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C327 096-01082-0049 CAP TN 1UF 50V EA 1.00
C328 111-02151-0021 CAP MC150PF100V10% EA 1.00
C329 111-02681-0021 CAP MC 680PF100V10 EA 1.00
C330 111-02471-0051 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00
C331 111-02182-0051 CAP MC1800PF100V10 EA 1.00
C332 111-02222-0051 CAP MC2200PF100V10 EA 1.00
C333 111-02182-0051 CAP MC1800PF100V10 EA 1.00
C334 111-02152-0051 CAP MC1500PF100V10 EA 1.00

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200-06267-0000 GLIDESLOPE BD ASSY BE

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
C335 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C336 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C337 113-05102-0000 CAP DC .001UF 500V EA 1.00
C338 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C339 111-00001-0003 CAP CR .22UF 50V EA 1.00
C340 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C341 096-01082-0011 CAP TN 4.7UF 20V EA 1.00
C342 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C343 111-02223-0051 CAP MC 22KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C344 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C345 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C346 096-01082-0031 CAP TN 4.7UF 35V EA 1.00
C347 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C348 096-01082-0012 CAP TN 3.3UF 15V EA 1.00
C349 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C350 108-06005-0012 CAP TRKG SET/4 MATCHED SET SEE DRAWING EA 1.00
C351 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C352 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C353 096-01030-0019 CAP TN 33UF20%20V EA 1.00
C354 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C355 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C356 111-02331-0051 CAP MC330PF100V10% EA 1.00
C357 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C358 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C359 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C360 096-01082-0011 CAP TN 4.7UF 20V EA 1.00
C361 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C362 096-01082-0011 CAP TN 4.7UF 20V EA 1.00
C363 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C364 096-01082-0002 CAP TN 1UF 35V EA 1.00
C365 106-04332-0016 CAP CH 3300PF NP0 50V 5% EA 1.00
C366 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C367 111-00001-0057 CAP CR 150PF 100V EA 1.00
C368 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C369 111-02223-0051 CAP MC 22KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C370 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C371 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C372 111-00001-0000 CAP CR .01UF 50V EA 1.00
C373 111-00001-0060 CAP CR 15PF 100V EA 1.00
C374 111-00001-0077 CAP CR 12PF 100V EA 1.00
C375 111-02820-0021 CAP MC 82PF100V10% EA 1.00
C376 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C377 111-00001-0057 CAP CR 150PF 100V EA 1.00
C378 111-00001-0061 CAP CR 10PF 100V EA 1.00
C379 111-00001-0061 CAP CR 10PF 100V EA 1.00
C380 111-02180-0021 CAP MC 18PF100V10% EA 1.00
C381 111-00001-0053 CAP CR 4.7PF 100V EA 1.00
C382 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C383 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C384 111-02150-0021 CAP MC 15PF100V10% EA 1.00
C385 111-02221-0021 CAP MC 220PF100V10 EA 1.00
C386 111-02221-0051 CAP MC 220PF100V10 EA 1.00
C387 096-01082-0028 CAP TN 47UF 20V EA 1.00
C388 096-01082-0028 CAP TN 47UF 20V EA 1.00
C389 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C390 096-01082-0028 CAP TN 47UF 20V EA 1.00
C391 096-01082-0012 CAP TN 3.3UF 15V EA 1.00
C392 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C393 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00

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PN DESCRIPTION REV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
200-06267-0000 GLIDESLOPE BD ASSY BE

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
C394 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C395 096-01082-0002 CAP TN 1UF 35V EA 1.00
C396 111-02330-0021 CAP MC 33PF100V10% EA 1.00
C397 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C398 096-01082-0012 CAP TN 3.3UF 15V EA 1.00
C399 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C400 096-01082-0002 CAP TN 1UF 35V EA 1.00
C401 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C402 096-01082-0031 CAP TN 4.7UF 35V EA 1.00
C403 111-02121-0021 CAP MC120PF100V10% EA 1.00
C405 113-03100-0000 CAP DC 10PF 500V EA 1.00
C406 106-04820-0026 CAP CH82PFNPO/100V EA 1.00
C407 106-04820-0026 CAP CH82PFNPO/100V EA 1.00
C408 113-03151-0000 CAP DC 150PF 500V EA 1.00
C409 113-03820-0000 CAP DC 82PF 500V EA 1.00
C410 106-04820-0026 CAP CH82PFNPO/100V EA 1.00
C411 113-03220-0000 CAP DC 22PF 500V EA 1.00
C412 106-05221-1026 CAP CH 220PF NPO/100V EA 1.00
C413 106-05221-1026 CAP CH 220PF NPO/100V EA 1.00
C414 106-05221-1026 CAP CH 220PF NPO/100V EA 1.00
CJ301 026-00018-0001 WIRE CKTJMPR 24AWG EA 1.00
CJ303 026-00018-0001 WIRE CKTJMPR 24AWG EA 1.00
CJ304 026-00018-0001 WIRE CKTJMPR 24AWG EA 1.00
CJ305 026-00018-0001 WIRE CKTJMPR 24AWG EA 1.00
CR301 007-04025-0001 SEMICOND MV309 EA 1.00
CR302 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR303 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR304 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR305 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR306 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR307 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR308 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR309 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR310 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR311 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR312 007-06046-0004 DIO S 1N916 EA 1.00
CR313 007-06046-0004 DIO S 1N916 EA 1.00
CR314 007-06106-0000 DIO 1N4156 EA 1.00
CR315 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR316 007-06085-0000 DIO HC 1N5711 EA 1.00
I301 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I302 120-03052-0001 IC LM124J EA 1.00
I303 120-03113-0004 IC MC35004BL EA 1.00
I304 120-08025-0000 IC C2392N EA 1.00
J301 030-00207-0000 RF CONNECTOR EA 1.00
L301 019-02311-0061 IDCTR V 1.5T EA 1.00
L302 019-02311-0061 IDCTR V 1.5T EA 1.00
L303 019-02266-0000 COIL ADJ 7MH EA 1.00
L304 019-02265-0000 COIL ADJ 6MH EA 1.00
L305 019-02265-0000 COIL ADJ 6MH EA 1.00
L306 019-02084-0000 CH .15UH 5% EA 1.00
L307 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
L308 019-02084-0000 CH .15UH 5% EA 1.00
L309 019-08078-0000 COIL TUN 20MH EA 1.00
L310 019-02084-0021 CH 1UH 10% EA 1.00
L311 019-02311-0011 IDCTR V 1.5T EA 1.00
L312 019-02099-0000 CHOKE .047UH 10% EA 1.00
L313 019-02099-0000 CHOKE .047UH 10% EA 1.00
L314 019-02099-0000 CHOKE .047UH 10% EA 1.00

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PN DESCRIPTION REV
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
200-06267-0000 GLIDESLOPE BD ASSY BE

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
L315 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L316 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L317 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L318 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L319 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L320 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L321 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
L322 013-00006-0003 FERR BEAD EA 1.00
Q301 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q302 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q303 007-00462-0000 XSTR MOSFET EA 1.00
Q304 007-00078-0005 XSTR S NPN 2N3415 EA 1.00
Q305 007-00078-0005 XSTR S NPN 2N3415 EA 1.00
Q306 007-00078-0005 XSTR S NPN 2N3415 EA 1.00
Q307 007-00179-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N3904 EA 1.00
Q308 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q309 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q310 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q311 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q312 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q313 007-00240-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N5179 EA 1.00
Q314 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q315 007-00195-0000 XSTR S MPSH10 EA 1.00
Q316 007-00240-0000 XSTR S NPN 2N5179 EA 1.00
Q317 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q318 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q319 007-00437-0000 XSTR PNP 2N2945A EA 1.00
Q320 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q321 007-00276-0003 XSTR MJE171 EA 1.00
Q322 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
R300 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R301 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R302 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R303 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R304 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R305 131-00271-0013 RES CF 270 EW 5% EA 1.00
R306 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R307 131-00822-0013 RES CF 8.2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R308 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R309 131-00471-0013 RES CF 470 EW 5% EA 1.00
R310 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R311 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R312 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R313 131-00563-0013 RES CF 56K EW 5% EA 1.00
R314 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R315 131-00201-0013 RES CF 200 EW 5% EA 1.00
R316 131-00510-0013 RES CF 51 EW 5% EA 1.00
R317 131-00471-0013 RES CF 470 EW 5% EA 1.00
R318 131-00201-0013 RES CF 200 EW 5% EA 1.00
R319 131-00513-0013 RES CF 51K EW 5% EA 1.00
R320 133-00096-0032 RES VA 10K HW 10% EA 1.00
R321 131-00153-0023 RES CF 15K QW 5% EA 1.00
R322 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R323 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R324 131-00473-0013 RES CF 47K EW 5% EA 1.00
R325 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R326 131-00683-0013 RES CF 68K EW 5% EA 1.00
R327 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R328 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
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R329 131-00272-0013 RES CF 2.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R330 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R331 131-00123-0013 RES CF 12K EW 5% EA 1.00
R332 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R333 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R334 131-00752-0013 RES CF 7.5K EW 5% EA 1.00
R335 131-00752-0013 RES CF 7.5K EW 5% EA 1.00
R336 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R337 131-00471-0013 RES CF 470 EW 5% EA 1.00
R338 131-00912-0013 RES CF 9.1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R339 131-00162-0013 RES CF 1.6K EW 5% EA 1.00
R340 131-00471-0013 RES CF 470 EW 5% EA 1.00
R341 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R342 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R343 131-00201-0013 RES CF 200 EW 5% EA 1.00
R344 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R345 131-00473-0013 RES CF 47K EW 5% EA 1.00
R346 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R347 136-03011-0072 RES PF 3.01K QW 1% EA 1.00
R348 136-03651-0072 RES PF 3.65K QW 1% EA 1.00
R349 136-01003-0072 RES PF 100K QW 1% EA 1.00
R350 131-00153-0013 RES CF 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R351 133-00096-0035 RES VA 50K HW 10% EA 1.00
R352 136-01782-0072 RES PF 17.8K QW 1% EA 1.00
R353 136-01961-0072 RES PF 1.96K QW 1% EA 1.00
R354 131-00272-0013 RES CF 2.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R355 136-01783-0072 RES PF 178K QW 1% EA 1.00
R356 131-00184-0013 RES CF 180K EW 5% EA 1.00
R357 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R358 136-01502-0072 RES PF 15K QW 1% EA 1.00
R359 133-00096-0030 RES VA 2K HW 10% EA 1.00
R360 136-01622-0072 RES PF 16.2K QW 1% EA 1.00
R361 136-07501-0072 RES PF 7.5K QW 1% EA 1.00
R362 136-01782-0072 RES PF 17.8K QW 1% EA 1.00
R363 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R364 131-00102-0023 RES CF 1K QW 5% EA 1.00
R365 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R366 136-01072-0072 RES PF 10.7K QW 1% EA 1.00
R367 136-01181-0072 RES PF 1.18K QW 1% EA 1.00
R368 131-00472-0023 RES CF 4.7K QW 5% EA 1.00
R369 131-00114-0013 RES CF 110K EW 5% EA 1.00
R370 136-01073-0072 RES PF 107K QW 1% EA 1.00
R371 136-01502-0072 RES PF 15K QW 1% EA 1.00
R372 136-01622-0072 RES PF 16.2K QW 1% EA 1.00
R373 136-03402-0072 RES PF 34K QW 1% EA 1.00
R374 136-03651-0072 RES PF 3.65K QW 1% EA 1.00
R375 136-03651-0072 RES PF 3.65K QW 1% EA 1.00
R376 136-06982-0072 RES PF 69.8K QW 1% EA 1.00
R377 131-00104-0023 RES CF 100K QW 5% EA 1.00
R378 131-00391-0023 RES CF 390 QW 5% EA 1.00
R379 131-00221-0023 RES CF 220 QW 5% EA 1.00
R380 131-00103-0023 RES CF 10K QW 5% EA 1.00
R381 131-00027-0023 RES CF 2.7 QW 5% EA 1.00
R382 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R384 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R385 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R386 131-00561-0013 RES CF 560 EW 5% EA 1.00
R387 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R388 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
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R389 131-00681-0013 RES CF 680 EW 5% EA 1.00
R390 131-00474-0013 RES CF 470K EW 5% EA 1.00
R391 131-00154-0013 RES CF 150K EW 5% EA 1.00
R392 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R393 131-00822-0013 RES CF 8.2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R394 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R395 131-00470-0013 RES CF 47 EW 5% EA 1.00
R396 131-00621-0013 RES CF 620 EW 5% EA 1.00
R397 131-00470-0013 RES CF 47 EW 5% EA 1.00
R398 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R399 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R400 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R401 131-00431-0013 RES CF 430 EW 5% EA 1.00
R402 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R403 131-00752-0013 RES CF 7.5K EW 5% EA 1.00
R404 131-00821-0023 RES CF 820 QW 5% EA 1.00
R405 131-00222-0013 RES CF 2.2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R406 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R407 131-00302-0013 RES CF 3K EW 5% EA 1.00
R408 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R409 132-00105-0041 RES WW 36 1.5W 5% EA 1.00
R410 131-00561-0013 RES CF 560 EW 5% EA 1.00
R411 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R412 131-00103-0023 RES CF 10K QW 5% EA 1.00
R413 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R414 131-00913-0013 RES CF 91K EW 5% EA 1.00
R415 131-00913-0013 RES CF 91K EW 5% EA 1.00
REF1 300-06267-0000 GLIDESLOPE BD ASSY RF .00
REF2 002-06267-0000 KNR 634 GLIDESLOPE SCHEMATIC RF .00
REF3 192-06267-0000 KNR 634 GLIDESLOPE BOARD ASSY RF .00
TP301 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP302 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP303 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP304 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP305 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP306 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP307 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP308 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP309 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP310 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP311 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
009-06267-0000 PC BD GLIDESLOPE EA 1.00
010-00019-0091 TERM STDF WHT EA 1.00
012-01005-0003 TAPE MYLAR .250 W AR 1.00
012-01169-0000 INSUL GLIDESLOPE EA 1.00
012-01169-0002 INSUL GLIDESLOPE EA 1.00
012-01169-0003 INSUL GLIDESLOPE EA 1.00
012-01204-0000 INSULATOR SYN GS EA 1.00
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR .00
026-00003-0000 WIRE, CU, 22AWG, TINNED IN 6.00
030-01117-0000 RECEPTACLE EA 15.00
033-00092-0012 IC DIP SCKT 18C EA 1.00
047-05325-0001 COVER RF 1 W/F EA 1.00
047-05326-0001 COVER RF 2 W/F EA 1.00
047-05327-0001 COVER MIXER W/F EA 1.00
047-05328-0001 COVER IF W/F EA 1.00
047-05337-0001 SHIELD MIXER W/F EA 1.00
047-05399-0003 FINGER STOCK .99 EA 1.00
047-05729-0001 FENCE RFI 1 W/F EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
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047-05730-0001 FENCE SYN W/F EA 1.00
047-05732-0001 SHIELD RF W/F EA 1.00
047-05733-0001 SHIELD I F W/F EA 1.00
047-05734-0001 COVER SYN W/F EA 1.00
047-05735-0001 SHIELD SYN W/F EA 1.00
047-05752-0001 FENCE IF W/F EA 1.00
047-05753-0001 FENCE MIXER W/F EA 1.00
047-05754-0001 FENCE R F 2 W/F EA 1.00
089-02140-0000 NUT LOCK 4-40 EA 1.00
089-05903-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 1.00
091-00286-0000 INSUL XSTR .437 EA 1.00
150-00003-0010 TUBING TFLN 24AWG AR 1.00
200-08506-0000 PC BOARD EA 2.00
200-09156-0000 AGC AMPL ADAPT BOARD EA 1.00

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-14 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06267-0000, R-BE, Sheet 1 of 2)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-14 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06267-0000, R-BE, Sheet 2 of 2)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-14A KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06267-0000, R-17) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-14B KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06267-0000, R-10) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-14C KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06267-0000, R-3) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-AE, Full View)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-AE, Left Zoom)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-AE, Center Zoom)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15 KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-AE, Right Zoom)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15A KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-15, Full View) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15A KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-15, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15A KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-15, Center Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-15A KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-15, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-15B KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-9, Full View) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15B KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-9, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15B KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-9, Center Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15B KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-9, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15C KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-1, Full View) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15C KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-1, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15C KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-1, Center Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-15C KNR 634A GLIDESLOPE BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06267-0000, R-1, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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6.10 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
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. 150-00003-0010 TUBING TFLN 24AWG IN .50
C501 106-00146-0R5A CAP PORC 0.5PF 500V +/-.05PF EA 1.00
C502 106-00146-0R5A CAP PORC 0.5PF 500V +/-.05PF EA 1.00
C503 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C504 111-02471-0051 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00
C505 111-02471-0051 CAP MC 470PF100V10 EA 1.00
C506 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C507 096-01082-0002 CAP TN 1UF 35V EA 1.00
C508 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C509 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C510 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C511 111-02470-0020 CAP MC 47PF100V 5% EA 1.00
C512 111-02330-0021 CAP MC 33PF100V10% EA 1.00
C513 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C514 111-02100-0021 CAP MC 10PF100V10% EA 1.00
C515 111-02270-0021 CAP MC 27PF100V10% EA 1.00
C516 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C517 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C518 111-02473-0041 CAP MC 47KPF50V10% EA 1.00
C519 096-01082-0002 CAP TN 1UF 35V EA 1.00
C520 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C521 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C522 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C523 096-01082-0034 CAP TN 4.7UF 20V EA 1.00
C524 111-02102-0051 CAP MC 1KPF100V10% EA 1.00
C525 111-02103-0051 CAP MC 10KPF100V10 EA 1.00
C526 096-01082-0024 CAP TN 68UF 10V EA 1.00
C527 096-01082-0055 CAP TN 22UF 50V EA 1.00
C528 096-01082-0049 CAP TN 1UF 50V EA 1.00
C529 096-01082-0002 CAP TN 1UF 35V EA 1.00
C530 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C531 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C532 096-01082-0034 CAP TN 4.7UF 20V EA 1.00
C533 096-01082-0055 CAP TN 22UF 50V EA 1.00
C534 096-01082-0035 CAP TN 22UF 20V EA 1.00
C535 096-01082-0047 CAP TN 1UF 20V EA 1.00
C536 096-01082-0047 CAP TN 1UF 20V EA 1.00
C537 096-01082-0047 CAP TN 1UF 20V EA 1.00
C538 111-02104-0041 CAP MC 100KPF50V10 EA 1.00
C539 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C540 096-01082-0047 CAP TN 1UF 20V EA 1.00
C541 096-01082-0047 CAP TN 1UF 20V EA 1.00
C542 096-01082-0047 CAP TN 1UF 20V EA 1.00
C543 108-05028-0006 CAP PC .015UF3%50V EA 1.00
C544 108-05028-0006 CAP PC .015UF3%50V EA 1.00
C545 108-05028-0005 CAP PC.0047UF3%50V EA 1.00
C546 108-05028-0005 CAP PC.0047UF3%50V EA 1.00
C547 108-05028-0004 CAP PC .0027UF3%50 EA 1.00
C548 108-05028-0004 CAP PC .0027UF3%50 EA 1.00
C549 096-01082-0005 CAP TN 10UF 20V EA 1.00
C550 106-00049-0000 CAP CHIP 56PF 20% EA 1.00
C551 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C552 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
C553 111-00001-0028 CAP CR .47UF 50V EA 1.00
C554 096-01082-0000 CAP TN 68UF 25V EA 1.00
C555 096-01082-0055 CAP TN 22UF 50V EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
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C556 111-00001-0055 CAP CR 6.8PF 100V EA 1.00
CR501 007-06228-0000 RF SWITCHING DIODE EA 1.00
CR502 007-06228-0000 RF SWITCHING DIODE EA 1.00
CR503 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR504 007-06025-0000 DIO S 1N4003 EA 1.00
CR505 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR506 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR507 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR508 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR509 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR510 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR511 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
CR512 007-06046-0005 DIO S 1N916A EA 1.00
CR513 007-06016-0000 DIO S 1N4154 EA 1.00
F501 036-00057-0008 FUSE 275 125V 3A EA 1.00
FL501 017-00075-0001 FILTER 10.7MHZ 4P EA 1.00
I501 120-03052-0001 IC LM124J EA 1.00
I502 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
I503 120-03115-0005 IC LM117H EA 1.00
I504 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
J501 030-00195-0000 CONN B/H MT SMB EA 1.00
L501 019-02084-0006 CH .27UH 5% EA 1.00
L502 019-02084-0032 CH 3.3UH 5% EA 1.00
L503 019-02084-0012 CH .47UH 5% EA 1.00
L504 019-02084-0055 CH 27UH 10% EA 1.00
L505 019-02368-0000 TOROID CHOKE EA 1.00
L506 019-02084-0032 CH 3.3UH 5% EA 1.00
L507 019-02084-0005 CH .22UH 10% EA 1.00
Q501 007-00195-0000 XSTR S MPSH10 EA 1.00
Q502 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q503 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q504 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q505 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q506 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q507 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q508 007-00164-0000 XSTR S 2N4923 EA 1.00
Q509 007-00276-0003 XSTR MJE171 EA 1.00
Q510 007-00207-0002 XSTR PNP MJE702 EA 1.00
Q511 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q512 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q513 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q514 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q515 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q516 007-00208-0001 XSTR NPN MJE800 EA 1.00
Q517 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
Q518 007-01091-0002 XSTR, POWER EA 1.00
Q519 007-01091-0002 XSTR, POWER EA 1.00
Q520 007-01091-0002 XSTR, POWER EA 1.00
Q521 007-00261-0000 XSTR S PNP 2N2907A EA 1.00
Q522 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q523 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q524 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q525 007-00383-0001 XSTR S NPN 2N2222A (TO-18 PACKAGE) EA 1.00
Q526 007-00437-0000 XSTR PNP 2N2945A EA 1.00
R501 133-00096-0026 RES VA 100 HW 10% EA 1.00
R502 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R503 133-00096-0026 RES VA 100 HW 10% EA 1.00
R504 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R505 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
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R506 131-00134-0013 RES CF 130K EW 5% EA 1.00
R507 131-00105-0013 RES CF 1M EW 5% EA 1.00
R508 131-00303-0013 RES CF 30K EW 5% EA 1.00
R509 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R510 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R511 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R512 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R513 131-00331-0013 RES CF 330 EW 5% EA 1.00
R514 131-00153-0013 RES CF 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R515 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R516 131-00133-0013 RES CF 13K EW 5% EA 1.00
R517 131-00682-0013 RES CF 6.8K EW 5% EA 1.00
R518 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R519 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R520 131-00152-0013 RES CF 1.5K EW 5% EA 1.00
R521 131-00123-0013 RES CF 12K EW 5% EA 1.00
R522 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R523 131-00333-0013 RES CF 33K EW 5% EA 1.00
R524 131-00123-0013 RES CF 12K EW 5% EA 1.00
R525 131-00512-0013 RES CF 5.1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R526 131-00511-0013 RES CF 510 EW 5% EA 1.00
R527 131-00683-0013 RES CF 68K EW 5% EA 1.00
R528 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R529 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R530 131-00101-0013 RES CF 100 EW 5% EA 1.00
R531 133-00096-0031 RES VA 5K HW 10% EA 1.00
R532 131-00393-0013 RES CF 39K EW 5% EA 1.00
R533 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R534 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R535 133-00096-0036 RES VA 100K HW 10% EA 1.00
R536 131-00113-0013 RES CF 11K EW 5% EA 1.00
R537 131-00153-0013 RES CF 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R538 131-00392-0013 RES CF 3.9K EW 5% EA 1.00
R539 132-00051-0000 RES WW 100 3W 10% EA 1.00
R540 131-00152-0013 RES CF 1.5K EW 5% EA 1.00
R541 131-00752-0013 RES CF 7.5K EW 5% EA 1.00
R542 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R543 131-00133-0013 RES CF 13K EW 5% EA 1.00
R544 131-00221-0023 RES CF 220 QW 5% EA 1.00
R545 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R546 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R547 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R548 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R549 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R550 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R551 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R552 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R553 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R554 131-00473-0013 RES CF 47K EW 5% EA 1.00
R555 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R556 131-00224-0013 RES CF 220K EW 5% EA 1.00
R557 131-00393-0013 RES CF 39K EW 5% EA 1.00
R558 131-00153-0013 RES CF 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R559 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R560 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R561 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R562 131-00753-0013 RES CF 75K EW 5% EA 1.00
R563 131-00753-0013 RES CF 75K EW 5% EA 1.00
R564 131-00753-0013 RES CF 75K EW 5% EA 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
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R565 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R566 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R567 131-00333-0013 RES CF 33K EW 5% EA 1.00
R568 131-00153-0013 RES CF 15K EW 5% EA 1.00
R569 131-00104-0013 RES CF 100K EW 5% EA 1.00
R570 136-02430-0072 RES PF 243 QW 1% EA 1.00
R571 136-01621-0072 RES PF 1.62K QW 1% EA 1.00
R572 131-00302-0013 RES CF 3K EW 5% EA 1.00
R573 131-00302-0013 RES CF 3K EW 5% EA 1.00
R574 131-00302-0013 RES CF 3K EW 5% EA 1.00
R575 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF 1.00
R576 131-00472-0013 RES CF 4.7K EW 5% EA 1.00
R577 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R578 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R579 131-00103-0013 RES CF 10K EW 5% EA 1.00
R580 131-00203-0013 RES CF 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R581 131-00203-0013 RES CF 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R582 131-00203-0013 RES CF 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R583 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R584 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R585 131-00202-0013 RES CF 2K EW 5% EA 1.00
R586 136-02673-0072 RES PF 267K QW 1% EA 1.00
R587 131-00274-0013 RES CF 270K EW 5% EA 1.00
R588 136-02613-0072 RES PF 261K QW 1% EA 1.00
R589 131-00274-0013 RES CF 270K EW 5% EA 1.00
R590 136-02003-0072 RES PF 200K QW 1% EA 1.00
R591 131-00204-0013 RES CF 200K EW 5% EA 1.00
R592 131-00133-0013 RES CF 13K EW 5% EA 1.00
R593 131-00133-0013 RES CF 13K EW 5% EA 1.00
R594 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R595 136-02871-0072 RES PF 2.87K QW 1% EA 1.00
R596 131-00273-0013 RES CF 27K EW 5% EA 1.00
R597 136-02871-0072 RES PF 2.87K QW 1% EA 1.00
R598 131-00203-0013 RES CF 20K EW 5% EA 1.00
R599 136-02051-0072 RES PF 2.05K QW 1% EA 1.00
R600 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R601 999-09999-0098 PLACE HOLDER RF .00
R602 131-00754-0013 RES CF 750K EW 5% EA 1.00
R603 131-00204-0013 RES CF 200K EW 5% EA 1.00
R604 131-00474-0013 RES CF 470K EW 5% EA 1.00
R605 131-00334-0013 RES CF 330K EW 5% EA 1.00
R606 131-00334-0013 RES CF 330K EW 5% EA 1.00
R607 131-00102-0013 RES CF 1K EW 5% EA 1.00
R608 131-00822-0013 RES CF 8.2K EW 5% EA 1.00
REF1 300-06268-0000 MARKER BEACON BOARD KNR 634 RF .00
T501 019-03047-0000 XFMR 75MHZ BLU EA 1.00
T502 019-03047-0000 XFMR 75MHZ BLU EA 1.00
T503 019-03047-0001 XFMR 75MHZ YEL EA 1.00
T504 019-08076-0000 XFMR IF EA 1.00
T505 019-08076-0000 XFMR IF EA 1.00
T506 019-05084-0002 XFMR MOD EA 1.00
TP501 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP502 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP503 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
TP504 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA 1.00
Y501 044-00045-0000 XTAL 85.700MHZ EA 1.00
002-06268-0000 MARKER BEACON SCHEMATIC RF .00
009-06268-0000 PC BD MKR/BCN EA 1.00
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR .00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
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016-01082-0000 DC RTV 3145 AR .00
026-00003-0000 WIRE, CU, 22AWG, TINNED AR .00
030-01117-0000 RECEPTACLE EA 16.00
047-05486-0001 MRKR BCN FENCE W/F EA 1.00
076-01269-0001 HEAT SINK W/F EA 1.00
088-00066-0000 SPACER PLASTIC EA 3.00
089-02140-0000 NUT LOCK 4-40 EA 2.00
089-05903-0003 SCR PHP 4-40X3/16 EA 1.00
089-05903-0004 SCR PHP 4-40X1/4 EA 4.00
089-06530-0012 SCR PHP 4-40X3/4 EA 1.00
090-00388-0000 HEAT SINK TO-5 EA 1.00
091-00156-0000 BUSHING EA 1.00
091-00196-0000 STANDOFF BEAD EA 2.00
091-00286-0000 INSUL XSTR .437 EA 4.00
150-00004-0010 TUBING TFLN 22AWG IN 1.00
192-06268-0000 KNR 634 MARKER BEACON BD RF .00
200-08506-0004 PC BOARD EA 1.00
200-09156-0000 AGC AMPL ADAPT BOARD EA 1.00

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-16 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06268-0000, R-BG)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-16A KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06268-0000, R-BE) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-16B KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06268-0000, R-19) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-16C KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06268-0000, R-13) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-16D KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-06268-0000, R-4) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-17 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-AC, Full Size)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-17 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-AC, Left Zoom)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-17 KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-AC, Right Zoom)

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FIGURE 6-17A KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-12, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-17A KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-12, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-17A KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-12, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-17B KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-8, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-17B KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-8, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-17B KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-8, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-17C KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-3, Full Size) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-17C KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-3, Left Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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FIGURE 6-17C KNR 634A MARKER BEACON BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-06268-0000, R-3, Right Zoom) (For Reference Only)

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6.11 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX BOARD

PN DESCRIPTION REV
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200-08177-0003 KNR634A ICAO NAV RX MODULE 2
200-08177-0099 ICAO NAV RX MODULE AD

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0003 -0099
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C1 106-00072-0060 CAP CR CH 7.5PF EA . 1.00
C10 106-05121-0016 CAP CH120PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C100 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C101 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C102 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C103 106-04120-0026 CAPCH 12PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C105 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C106 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C107 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C108 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C109 106-04152-0016 CAPCH1500PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C11 106-00072-0060 CAP CR CH 7.5PF EA . 1.00
C110 097-00214-0037 CAP AL 56UF 16V EA . 1.00
C111 097-00214-0037 CAP AL 56UF 16V EA . 1.00
C112 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
C113 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C114 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
C115 106-04104-0046 CAP CH.1UFX7R50V EA . 1.00
C116 097-00214-0037 CAP AL 56UF 16V EA . 1.00
C117 097-00214-0037 CAP AL 56UF 16V EA . 1.00
C118 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C119 097-00214-0037 CAP AL 56UF 16V EA . 1.00
C12 106-05339-0020 CH 3.3PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C121 106-04102-0026 CH 1KPF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C122 106-04102-0026 CH 1KPF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C123 106-04102-0026 CH 1KPF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C124 106-05104-0037 CAP CH 100KX7R/25V EA . 1.00
C125 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C126 106-05121-0026 CAPCH120PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C127 106-05050-0020 CAP 5PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C128 106-04471-0026 CH 470PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C13 106-05339-0020 CH 3.3PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C130 106-05050-0020 CAP 5PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C131 102-00085-0004 CAP VAR SURF MTG EA . 1.00
C132 106-05470-0026 CAP CH47PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C133 106-05180-1026 CAP CH 18PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C134 106-05339-0020 CH 3.3PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C135 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C136 096-01082-0016 CAP TN 2.2UF 20V EA . 1.00
C14 106-05560-0016 CAP CH 56PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C15 106-05121-0016 CAP CH120PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C16 106-05121-0016 CAP CH120PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C17 106-04222-0057 CAPCH2200PFX7R/100 EA . 1.00
C18 106-05104-0037 CAP CH 100KX7R/25V EA . 1.00
C19 106-05121-0016 CAP CH120PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C2 106-05330-0026 CAP CH33PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C20 106-05121-0016 CAP CH120PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C22 106-05104-0037 CAP CH 100KX7R/25V EA . 1.00
C23 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
C24 106-05121-0016 CAP CH120PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C25 106-05121-0016 CAP CH120PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C26 106-05339-0020 CH 3.3PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C27 106-05339-0020 CH 3.3PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C28 106-05390-0026 CAP CH39PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0003 -0099
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C29 106-05159-0020 CH 1.5PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C3 106-05159-0020 CH 1.5PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C30 106-05330-0026 CAP CH33PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C31 106-05759-0029 CAP CH 7.5PF NPO EA . 1.00
C32 106-05100-0026 CAP CH10PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C33 106-05470-0026 CAP CH47PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C34 106-05470-0026 CAP CH47PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C36 106-05103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C37 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C38 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C39 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C4 106-05390-0026 CAP CH39PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C40 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C41 106-04154-0078 CAP CH 150KZ5U/50V EA . 1.00
C42 106-05223-0047 CAP CH 22K X7R/50V EA . 1.00
C43 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C44 106-04390-0016 CAP CH 39PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C45 102-00097-0000 CAP VA 2-6PF 100V EA . 1.00
C46 106-04100-0016 CH 10PF NPO/50V EA . 1.00
C47 106-04330-0026 CH 33PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C48 106-04010-0020 CAP CH 1PF NPO/100 EA . 1.00
C49 106-04222-0057 CAPCH2200PFX7R/100 EA . 1.00
C5 106-00072-0060 CAP CR CH 7.5PF EA . 1.00
C50 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
C51 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C52 106-04222-0057 CAPCH2200PFX7R/100 EA . 1.00
C53 106-04279-0020 CAP CH 2.7 NPO/100 EA . 1.00
C54 106-04121-0026 CAPCH120PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C55 106-04220-0016 CAP CH 22PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C56 106-04121-0026 CAPCH120PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C57 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C58 097-00214-0037 CAP AL 56UF 16V EA . 1.00
C59 106-04101-0026 CH 100PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C6 106-05680-0016 CAP CH 68PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C60 106-04222-0057 CAPCH2200PFX7R/100 EA . 1.00
C61 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
C62 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
C63 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
C64 106-05104-0037 CAP CH 100KX7R/25V EA . 1.00
C65 106-04102-0026 CH 1KPF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C66 106-04220-0016 CAP CH 22PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C67 106-04220-0016 CAP CH 22PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C68 106-04222-0057 CAPCH2200PFX7R/100 EA . 1.00
C69 106-04222-0057 CAPCH2200PFX7R/100 EA . 1.00
C7 106-05102-0016 CAP CH 1K NPO/50V EA . 1.00
C70 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C71 097-00214-0037 CAP AL 56UF 16V EA . 1.00
C72 097-00214-0037 CAP AL 56UF 16V EA . 1.00
C73 106-04222-0057 CAPCH2200PFX7R/100 EA . 1.00
C74 106-04102-0026 CH 1KPF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C75 106-04221-0026 CAP CH220PFNPO/100 EA . 1.00
C76 106-04102-0026 CH 1KPF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C78 106-04222-0057 CAPCH2200PFX7R/100 EA . 1.00
C79 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C8 097-00108-0007 CAP EL 10UF 16V EA . 1.00
C80 106-04150-0026 CH 15PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C81 106-04150-0026 CH 15PF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C82 106-04180-0026 CAP CH18PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C83 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C84 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C85 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C86 106-04102-0026 CH 1KPF NPO/100V EA . 1.00
C87 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0003 -0099
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C88 106-04104-0046 CAP CH.1UFX7R50V EA . 1.00
C89 106-04120-0026 CAPCH 12PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C9 106-05221-0016 CAP CH220PFNPO/50V EA . 1.00
C90 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C91 106-04100-0016 CH 10PF NPO/50V EA . 1.00
C92 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C93 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C94 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C95 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C96 106-04104-0047 CH 100KX7R/50V EA . 1.00
C97 106-04120-0026 CAPCH 12PFNPO/100V EA . 1.00
C98 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
C99 106-04103-0057 CAP CH 10KX7R/100V EA . 1.00
CR1 007-06178-0000 DIO PIN MMBV3401 EA . 1.00
CR10 007-05117-0009 DIO Z 7.5V SOT EA . 1.00
CR2 007-06178-0000 DIO PIN MMBV3401 EA . 1.00
CR3 007-06421-0000 PIN DIODE EA . 1.00
CR4 007-06178-0000 DIO PIN MMBV3401 EA . 1.00
CR5 007-06178-0000 DIO PIN MMBV3401 EA . 1.00
CR6 007-04056-0000 DIO V MMBV109 EA . 1.00
CR7 007-04056-0000 DIO V MMBV109 EA . 1.00
CR8 007-06223-0000 DIO DUAL SWITCHING (BAV99) EA . 1.00
CR9 007-06178-0000 DIO PIN MMBV3401 EA . 1.00
FL1 017-00246-0000 XTAL FILTER 6-POLE EA . 1.00
FL2 017-00246-0000 XTAL FILTER 6-POLE EA . 1.00
L1 019-03198-0001 VAR COIL 2.5T EA . 1.00
L10 019-03198-0001 VAR COIL 2.5T EA . 1.00
L11 019-02660-0055 IND SM 39 2% EA . 1.00
L12 019-02660-0035 IND SM 3900 10% EA . 1.00
L13 019-02660-0014 IND SM 120 10% EA . 1.00
L14 019-02660-0035 IND SM 3900 10% EA . 1.00
L15 019-02660-0035 IND SM 3900 10% EA . 1.00
L16 019-08272-0001 1.8 UH VAR IND EA . 1.00
L17 019-02660-0035 IND SM 3900 10% EA . 1.00
L18 019-02660-0055 IND SM 39 2% EA . 1.00
L19 019-02660-0017 IND SM 220 10% EA . 1.00
L2 019-03198-0001 VAR COIL 2.5T EA . 1.00
L20 019-02660-0047 IND SM 47 NH 20% EA . 1.00
L21 019-02660-0028 IND SM 1000 10% EA . 1.00
L3 019-02660-0040 IND SM 10000 10% EA . 1.00
L4 019-02660-0040 IND SM 10000 10% EA . 1.00
L5 019-02660-0040 IND SM 10000 10% EA . 1.00
L6 019-02660-0032 IND SM 2200 10% EA . 1.00
L7 019-03198-0001 VAR COIL 2.5T EA . 1.00
L8 019-02660-0040 IND SM 10000 10% EA . 1.00
L9 019-02660-0040 IND SM 10000 10% EA . 1.00
Q1 007-00953-0000 MRF586 - T039 EA . 1.00
Q10 007-00539-0000 XSTR MMBTH10 EA . 1.00
Q11 007-00539-0000 XSTR MMBTH10 EA . 1.00
Q2 007-00065-0001 XSTR 2N3906 (SOT-23) EA . 1.00
Q3 007-00427-0005 XSTR JFET J310 SMD EA . 1.00
Q4 007-00539-0000 XSTR MMBTH10 EA . 1.00
Q5 007-00539-0000 XSTR MMBTH10 EA . 1.00
Q6 007-00539-0000 XSTR MMBTH10 EA . 1.00
Q7 007-00539-0000 XSTR MMBTH10 EA . 1.00
Q8 007-00907-0000 XSTR BFQ17 EA . 1.00
Q9 007-00957-0000 TSTR MOS FET BF996 EA . 1.00
R1 139-04320-0000 RES CH 432 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R10 139-09090-0000 RES CHIP 909 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R100 130-05102-0033 RES CHIP 1K QW 5% EA . 1.00
R102 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R103 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R105 139-06812-0000 RES 68.1K EW 1% EA . 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0003 -0099
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R106 139-01301-0000 RES CH 1.30K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R107 139-00121-0000 RES CH 12.1 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R108 139-04320-0000 RES CH 432 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R109 139-00100-0000 RES CHIP 10 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R11 139-01101-0000 RES CH 1.1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R12 139-01101-0000 RES CH 1.1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R13 139-01101-0000 RES CH 1.1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R14 139-02741-0000 RES CH 2.74K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R15 130-05103-0033 RES CH 10K QW 5% EA . 1.00
R16 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R17 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R18 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R2 139-05110-0000 RES CH 511 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R20 139-01822-0000 RES CHIP 18.2KEW1% EA . 1.00
R21 133-00560-0010 RES VA SMD 20K QW EA . 1.00
R22 139-03922-0000 RES CH 39.2K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R23 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R24 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R25 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R26 139-01004-0000 RES CHIP 1M EW 1% EA . 1.00
R27 139-03921-0000 RES CH 3.92K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R28 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R29 139-08251-0000 RES CH 8.25K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R3 130-05180-0043 RES CH 18 HW 5% EA . 1.00
R30 139-02743-0000 RES CH 274K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R31 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R32 139-09311-0000 RES CH 9.31K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R33 139-02002-0000 RES CHIP 20.0KEW1% EA . 1.00
R34 139-01502-0000 RES CHIP 15K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R35 139-02552-0000 RES CH 25.5K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R36 139-01501-0000 RES CH 1.5K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R37 139-02001-0000 RES CHIP 2K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R38 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R39 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R4 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R40 139-00100-0000 RES CHIP 10 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R41 139-01501-0000 RES CH 1.5K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R42 139-02370-0000 RES CH 237 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R43 139-01331-0000 RES CH 1.33K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R44 139-02550-0000 RES CH 255 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R45 139-08251-0000 RES CH 8.25K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R46 139-03322-0000 RES CH 33.2K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R47 139-04750-0000 RES CH 475 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R48 139-01000-0000 RES CHIP 100 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R49 139-08251-0000 RES CH 8.25K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R50 139-03322-0000 RES CH 33.2K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R51 139-06810-0000 RES CH 681 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R52 139-01000-0000 RES CHIP 100 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R53 139-01000-0000 RES CHIP 100 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R54 139-00100-0000 RES CHIP 10 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R55 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R56 139-03651-0000 RESCH 3.65K 8EW 1% EA . 1.00
R57 139-00100-0000 RES CHIP 10 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R58 139-02432-0000 RES CH 24.3K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R59 139-01000-0000 RES CHIP 100 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R6 139-01000-0000 RES CHIP 100 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R60 139-06810-0000 RES CH 681 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R61 139-00221-0000 RES CH 22.1 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R62 139-02431-0000 RES CH 2.43K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R63 139-00200-0000 RES CH 20.0 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R64 139-03012-0000 RES CHIP 30.1KEW1% EA . 1.00
R65 139-01002-0020 RES CH 10000 QW 1% EA . 1.00
R66 139-03320-0000 RES CHIP 332 EW 1% EA . 1.00

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0003 -0099
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R67 139-01212-0000 RES CHIP 12.1K1%EW EA . 1.00
R68 139-01212-0000 RES CHIP 12.1K1%EW EA . 1.00
R69 139-03923-0000 RES CH 392K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R70 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R71 139-04322-0000 RES CHIP 43.2KEW1% EA . 1.00
R72 139-00221-0000 RES CH 22.1 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R73 139-07501-0000 RES CHIP 7.5KEW1% EA . 1.00
R74 139-02212-0000 RES CHIP 22.1KEW1% EA . 1.00
R75 139-03921-0000 RES CH 3.92K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R76 139-00221-0000 RES CH 22.1 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R77 139-02212-0000 RES CHIP 22.1KEW1% EA . 1.00
R78 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R79 139-00221-0000 RES CH 22.1 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R8 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R80 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R81 139-01000-0000 RES CHIP 100 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R82 139-03921-0000 RES CH 3.92K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R83 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R84 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R85 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R86 139-02210-0000 RES CH 221 EW 1% EA . 1.00
R87 133-00560-0011 RES VA SMD 50K QW EA . 1.00
R88 139-04322-0000 RES CHIP 43.2KEW1% EA . 1.00
R89 139-02432-0000 RES CH 24.3K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R9 139-02431-0000 RES CH 2.43K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R90 139-01003-0000 RES CHIP 100KEW1% EA . 1.00
R91 139-07502-0000 RES CHIP 75KEW1% EA . 1.00
R92 139-03012-0000 RES CHIP 30.1KEW1% EA . 1.00
R94 139-01502-0000 RES CHIP 15K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R95 139-01102-0000 RES 11K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R96 139-01001-0000 RES CHIP 1K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R97 139-02213-0000 RES CH 221K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R98 139-01002-0000 RES CHIP 10K EW 1% EA . 1.00
R99 139-01820-0000 RES CH 182 EW 1% EA . 1.00
T1 019-03351-0000 XFMR BOARDBAND RF EA . 1.00
T10 019-08269-0002 XFMR IF 21.4MHZ EA . 1.00
T2 019-03351-0000 XFMR BOARDBAND RF EA . 1.00
T3 019-03082-0000 XFMR BFLR RF 4T EA . 1.00
T4 019-03357-0000 BALUN,4:1,5/600MHZ EA . 1.00
T6 019-08268-0000 XFMR IF 21.4MHZ EA . 1.00
T7 019-08268-0001 XFMR IF 21.4MHZ EA . 1.00
T8 019-08267-0000 XFMR IF 21.4MHZ EA . 1.00
T9 019-08269-0001 XFMR IF 21.4MHZ EA . 1.00
TP1 008-00096-0001 TERMINAL TEST PNT EA . 1.00
U10 120-03195-0000 IC LM2904D EA . 1.00
U11 120-03602-0000 LM6482 RR OP AMP EA . 1.00
U12 120-03065-0022 MC78L05ACD EA . 1.00
U2 007-01022-0000 WIDEBAND RING DEMO EA . 1.00
U3 120-03603-0000 FREQ SYNTH UMA1014 EA . 1.00
U4 120-03589-0000 DUAL LOW NOISE AMP EA . 1.00
U6 120-03020-0001 IC IF AMP SO EA . 1.00
U7 120-03020-0001 IC IF AMP SO EA . 1.00
002-08177-0010 ICAO NAV RX BOARD (KN53/KN634A/VN411/KNR620) RF .00 .
009-08177-0010 NAV / LOC RX BOARD EA . 1.00
012-01127-0000 TAG COVER EA 5.00 .
012-01574-0000 DECAL COVER EA . 4.00
012-01579-0000 INSULATOR SHIELD EA 1.00 .
012-01660-0001 INSULATOR, NAV BOTTOM EA 1.00 .
016-01004-0000 COMPOUND THRML JNT AR . 1.00
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR . 1.00
047-10742-0001 COVER VCO W/FIN EA . 1.00
047-10743-0004 FENCE W/BRGHT TIN EA . 1.00
047-10744-0001 BK CVR PRESEL W/F EA 1.00 .

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0003 -0099
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047-10745-0001 COVER PRESEL W/FIN EA . 1.00
047-10746-0001 FENCE PRESELECTOR EA 1.00 .
047-12042-0004 SHIELD W/ FINISH EA 1.00 .
090-00133-0001 HEATSINK .323 LG EA . 1.00
091-00025-0000 WSHR XSTR INSUL EA . 1.00
091-00028-0009 SCREW, BINDER HD, NYLON, 4-40 X 1/8 EA . 1.00
091-00130-0000 STRAP RUBBER EA 1.00 .
091-00155-0000 WASHER MICA EA . 1.00
150-00049-0000 TUBING SHRINK .125 IN . .40
155-02031-0042 JUMPER CABLE 7C EA 1.00 .
155-02031-0043 JUMPER CABLE 7C EA 1.00 .
155-02121-0003 CABLE ASS’Y EA 1.00 .
192-08177-0003 KNR634A ICAO REUSABLE MODULE RF .00 .
200-08177-0099 ICAO NAV RX MODULE EA 1.00 .
300-08177-0003 KNR634A ICAO NAV RX MODULE RF .00 .
731-00473-0000 PC SW FOR UMA1014T RF . .00

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THE FOLLOWING IS THE PARTS LIST FROM A PREVIOUS MANUAL REVISION AND IS PROVIDED FOR REFERENCE ONLY.

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B KNR 634A

THIS PAGE IS RESERVED

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-18 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-08177-0003, R-AD, Sheet 1 of 3)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-18 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-08177-0003, R-AD, Sheet 2 of 3)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-18 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-08177-0003, R-AD, Sheet 3 of 3)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-18A KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-08177-0003, R-AC, Sheet 1 of 3) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-18A KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-08177-0003, R-AC, Sheet 2 of 3) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-18A KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-08177-0003, R-AC, Sheet 3 of 3) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-19 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-08177-0010, R-AE, Sheet 1 of 2)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-19 KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-08177-0010, R-AE, Sheet 2 of 2)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-19A KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-08177-0010, R-AD, Sheet 1 of 2) (For Reference Only)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-19A KNR 634A ICAO NAV RX SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-08177-0010, R-AD, Sheet 2 of 2) (For Reference Only)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

6.12 KNR 634A GROUND PLANE


PN DESCRIPTION REV
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200-06502-0000 GND PLANE NAV/RCVR 0

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
009-06502-0000 PC BD GROUND PLANE EA 1.00
076-01259-0001 SPACER .140 W/F EA 2.00

6.13 KNR 634A PC BOARD


PN DESCRIPTION REV
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200-08506-0000 PC BOARD AE
200-08506-0004 PC BOARD AC

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000 -0004
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Q1501 007-00957-0000 TSTR MOS FET BF996 EA 1.00 1.00
R1501 139-01301-0000 RES CH 1.30K EW 1% EA 1.00 .
REF1 300-08506-0000 RF AMP BD ASSY RF .00 .00
REF2 002-08506-0000 RF AMP BOARD RF .00 .00
009-08506-0000 PC RF AMP BD EA 1.00 1.00
016-01040-0000 COATING TYPE AR AR 1.00 1.00
025-00018-0098 WIRE 26 WH/GY AR 1.00 .
026-00029-0000 WIRE, CU, 22AWG, TINNED AR 1.00 1.00
192-08506-0000 KX 155 VARIOUS AMP ASSY RF .00 .
192-08506-0004 KX 155 VARIOUS AMP ASSY RF . .00

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

THIS PAGE IS RESERVED

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-20 KNR 634A PC BOARD ASSEMBLY DRAWING


(Dwg. No. 300-08506-0000, R-AC)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-21 KNR 634A PC BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-08506-0000, R-AB)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

6.14 KNR 634A AGC AMPLIFIER ADAPTER


PN DESCRIPTION REV
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200-09156-0000 AGC AMPL ADAPT BOARD 0

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SYMBOL PART NUMBER FIND NO DESCRIPTION UM -0000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I1 120-03020-0002 SL6140 AGC AMP SMD EA 1.00
002-09156-0000 AGC AMPL ADAPT BOARD RF .00
008-00308-0008 SURF/MOUNT 8 PINS EA 1.00
009-09156-0000 AGC AMPL ADAPT BOARD EA 1.00
016-01057-0035 SN95AG05 NC250 SOLDER AR 1.00
300-09156-0000 AGC AMPL ADAPT BOARD KTR953 RF .00

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-22 KNR 634A AGC AMPLIFIER ADAPTER BOARD ASSEMBLY DWG
(Dwg. No. 300-09156-0000, R-2)

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BENDIX/KING KNR 634A

FIGURE 6-23 KNR 634A AGC AMPLIFIER ADAPTER BOARD SCHEMATIC


(Dwg. No. 002-09156-0000, R-0)

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B KNR 634A

CONFIGURATION APPENDIX
HARDWARE/SOFTWARE CONFIGURATIONS

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B KNR 634A

THIS PAGE IS RESERVED

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE APP-1 KNR 634A UNIT CONFIGURATIONS DRAWING


(Sheet 1 of 4)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE APP-1 KNR 634A UNIT CONFIGURATIONS DRAWING


(Sheet 2 of 4)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE APP-1 KNR 634A UNIT CONFIGURATIONS DRAWING


(Sheet 3 of 4)

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B KNR 634A

FIGURE APP-1 KNR 634A UNIT CONFIGURATIONS DRAWING


(Sheet 4 of 4)

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