Accession Number : AD0257193
Title : SERVICE TEST OF AN/URC-10 PERSONAL RESCUE RADIO
Corporate Author : ARMY ARCTIC TEST CENTER FORT GREELY ALASKA
Report Date : 09 MAY 1961
Pagination or Media Count : 1
Abstract : Efforts were made to determine the suitability of the AN/URC-10 Personal Rescue Radio for Army use under arctic winter conditions. The AN/URC-10 personal rescue radio is a subminiaturized, completely transistorized UHF radio set. It consists of a crystal-controlled receiver-transmitter, a 16-v dry battery, and a power cable assembly. The unit operates in the 240-260 mc frequency band. Line of sight tone transmission and voice communication ranges for this equipment are approximately 30 naut mi. After review of test results, it was concluded that the AN/URC-10 is suitable for Army use under arctic winter conditions. (Author)
Descriptors : *DISTRESS SIGNALS, *COMMUNICATION AND RADIO SYSTEMS, *SUBMINIATURE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT, *TRANSMITTER RECEIVERS, *VOICE COMMUNICATIONS, MAINTENANCE, MILITARY PERSONNEL, POLAR REGIONS, RADIO EQUIPMENT, RADIO RANGES, RELIABILITY, TEST METHODS, VERTIGO.
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE