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  • This document was generated by me, Colin Hinson, from a Crown copyright document held at R.A.F. Henlow Signals Museum. It is presented here (for free) under the Open Government Licence (O.G.L.) and this version of the document is my copyright (along with the Crown Copyright) in much the same way as a photograph would be.

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  • INDEX TO RADIO AND RADAR PUBLICATIONS

    AP 2463 Volume 1, 1960

  • MR PUBLICATION

    116A-0001-1

    INDEX TO RADIO PIJBLICAIIONS

    BS COMMAND OF THE DEFENCE COUNCIL

    ?T.'&kANda. (Ministry of Defence)

    FOR USE IN THE NAVAL SERVICE

    ROYAL AIR FORCE

    Prepared by the Ministry of Defence (Aviation Supply))

  • AP 116A-0001-1

    PREFACE (Completely Revised)

    The reference number of this publication was recoded from AP2463 (2nd Edition) to AP 116A-01 in March 1965 under AL.20, changed to AP 116A-0001 in Jan 1967 under AL.25 and finally amended to AP 116A-0001-1 in June 1971 under AL.29. No general revision of page captions has been undertaken but the code appears in place of the earlier AP reference on new or amended leaves issued subse- quent to that date.

    Below is given a list of associated indexes etc which may be of use when seeking a publication on a particular equipment, item or system. The "Guide to the allocation of codes" is particularly useful when applying for AP code numbers or tracing the (possible) basic code number of a coded publication (ie Teleprinters = 116M-03**). Regarding the publications listed below, AP113 Book 3 is an index of current four-figure AP numbers and Air Diagrams and AP113 Book 4 is an index of coded publications and Miniature Air Diagrams.

    List of associated publications

    AP113, Book 3 Catalogue of technical publications and air diagrams

    AP113, Book 4 Catalogue of coded technical publications (and Min AD's)

    AP100Z-0201 RN Catalogue of Air Publications and Air Diagrams (Note 1)

    AP116A-0101-1 Concise details of ground radio & terminal equipment

    AP116A-0102-1 Concise details of radio equipment (airborne)

    AP116A-0103-1 Concise details of radio vehicles

    AP117A-0102-1 Concise details of radio general purpose test equipment

    AP117A-0103-1 Concise details of radio special-to-type test equipment

    IMPORTANT NOTICE

    In order to keep any index up to date it is most essential that ATP/G Coding be advised on Part 3 of the RD(A) Form 121 immediately the job is sent to print. If the publication number has been amended, say, from topic 1 to topic 13D or the publication title has been changed, this information should be conveyed to ATP/G on an RD(A) form 123. These forms 121 and 123, as well as the "Guide to the allocation of codes" can be obtained, through the usual channels, from:

    ATP/G (Coding Administration) Procurement Executive, Ministry of Defence Leatherhead Road Chessington Surrey KT9 2LT

    Note...

    1. AP100Z-0201 supersedes AP(N)1 which is obsolete

    AL 32 Aug 73 Prelim

  • AP 116A-0001-1

    LIST OF CONTENTS

    PRELIMINARIES

    Amendment record sheet Preface Contents (this list)

    PART 1. GENERAL INFORMATION

    Sect. 1. Guide to the allocation of codes (Groups 116 and 117) Sect. 2. Glossary of abbreviations Sect. 3. Notes on American equipment nomenclature Sect. 4. NATO approved letter band designations

    PART 2. INDEX OF EQUIPMENTS

    Sect. 1. Alphabetical index Sect. 2. Appendices

    Al Aerials and aerial systems A2 American (AN/-series) equipment A3 Amplifying units Cl Chassis assemblies C2 Control units C3 CT - test equipment G1 Ground radars Il Indicators and indicating units I2 Instruments J1 Junction boxes M1 Modulator units 01 Oscillator units P1 Panels P2 Power units R1 Rack assemblies R2 Radio installations R3 Radio vehicles R4 Receiving units Tl Test sets T2 not issued T3 not issued T4 Transmitter units

    PART 3. CROSS REFERENCE OF AP NUMBERS

    Sect. 1. Original to codified numbers Sect. 2. Codified to original numbers

    Prelim AL.33,Sept 73

    Page 5/6

  • AP 116A-0001-1, Part 1

    Section 1-0

    GUIDE TO THE ALLOCATION OF CODES (GROUPS 116 AND 117)

    The information contained in Sections 1-1 and 1-2 is a guide to the alloca- tion of codes in the 116 and 117 group of publications. Group 116 deals with radio, television, line equipment and also their associated special-to-type test equipments. Group 117 contains information on general purpose test equipment for radio, radar and line equipments.

    In order to determine the existence of a possible Air Publication, first look up the group and then the sub-group. For example, Siemens Teleprinter Type 100 equates to 116M group, 03 sub-group. By referring to AP 113, Book 4, the actual AP number published is found to be 116M-0328-1.

    When applying for a new Air Publication code number in order to publish a book under the AP system, the applicant should again use the same process to determine the group and sub-group. The group, sub-group, proposed title of the book etc should be entered on an RDA Form 121 which is sent to MOD(PE), ATP/G Coding, Leatherhead Road, Chessington, Surrey KT9 2LT (Tele 01-397-5266, Extn 1307). One copy only is required. ATP/G Coding will allocate the full code number and it will be returned via ATP/E Clerical at RAE Farnborough. The routing of the form is shown below:-

    ORIGINATOR

    ATP/G CODING ATP/E CLERICAL, CHESSINGTON RAE FARNBOROUGH

    1 , 1 This applies to applications for codes in the 116 and 117 groups only. Copies of RDA Form 121 can be obtained from the address previously mentioned.

    AL.33,Sept 73 Page 1/2

  • AP 116A-0001-1, Part 1

    Section 1-1

    GROUP 116: RADIO AND LINE EQUIPMENT (AND ASSOCIATED SPECIAL-TO-TYPE TEST EQUIPMENT)

    Note...

    Special-to-type test sets and equipment are included in the same Class as the equipment(s) to which they relate. (They are nor- mally either incorporated in the Publication for the equipment(s) or, if issued as a separate Publication, share the same Code 2nd-Element number (with distinguishing 3rd-Element Sub-Topic suffix); in this way, related equipment is linked in the same Publication Code family and so can be easily located and identified.) Note that, for separately-issued Publications on special-to-type test sets, Topic -3C is inapplicable.

    RADIO - GENERAL INFORMATION

    116A-0001 to -00999

    Indices and catalogues -0100 to -01999

    Concise details of radio and terminal equipment -0200 to -02999

    Radio valves

    RADIO NAVIGATIONAL AND LANDING AIDS (AIRBORNE)

    116B-0001 to -00999 General information on airborne radio-navigational and landing aids

    -0100 to -01999 Radio compasses -0200 to -02999 Radio altimeters

    -0300 to -03999 Radio homers -0400 to -04999 ILS and VOR

    -0500 to -05999 Leader cable systems (obsolete) -0600 to -06999 Hyperbolic systems -0700 to -07999 (Unassigned)

    -0800 to -08999 (Unassigned)

    -0900 to -09999 Rescue beacons

    RADIO NAVIGATIONAL AND LANDING AIDS (GROUND AND MARINE)

    Note...

    Radar navigational aids (ground) are coded in Sub-group 115F.

    116C-0001 to -00999 General information on ground radio-navigational and landing aids (ground)

    -0100 to -01999 (Unassigned) -0200 to -02999 (Unassigned)

    -0300 to -03999 (Unassigned)

    -0400 to -04999 ILS, VOR and Telecroscope Tracking System

    -0500 to -05999 Leader cable systems (obsolete) -0600 to -06999 Hyperbolic systems (ground and marine)

    -0700 to -07999 Radio beacons

    -0800 to -08999 D/F system

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