[time-nuts] US Army Frequency Standard
ziggy9 at pumpkinbrook.com
Wed Jan 25 21:48:21 EST 2012
Well, it's still probably better than nothing, even with the missing bits. It's kind of an interesting little box and the lack of a completely unencumbered version of this manual really annoyed me. So I've posted a complete PDF version on my website for those interested. It's a little hefty at 18M. The link is:
On Jan 24, 2012, at 7:09 PM, J. Forster wrote:
I have complained to Google about that scanning issue. IMO, it's a real
In a few years, Google may have the only extant copy of some doc.
And it will be near useless w/o the fully scanned pages. This is the third
time this has come up in the last few months.
Either they should do it correctly, or not at all.
> On 01/24/2012 11:59 PM, J. Forster wrote:
>> "FMQ-1" Test Set
>> The -24P Parts Manual w/ exploded parts ID is in many places and has a
>> drawing of the front panel. It has no schematics.
>> The full manual will be -15 to -45 Depot Maintenance Manual, per
>> Army nomenclature. The last digit will be 5, without a following P.
> Google has TM 11-6625-407-14 scanned.
> The fold-out schematic pages isn't folded out... but you get a pretty
> good idea how it works from the rest of the text.
> The schematics is there fractioned over the pages explaining it.
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