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Compendium 1 "Spark to Larkspur"
(Wireless Sets 1910-1948)

Compendium 2 "Spark to Larkspur" (Special Sets, Receivers and Larkspur) is divided into five main sections and sub-divided into chapters by application, operational use, range or family of sets, and date of introduction.


Compendium 3 and 4 "Foreign Equipment Data Sheets" (Part 1 and Part 2) contains a facsimile reprint of a German World War 2 publication entitled 'Signal Equipment' ('Nachrichtengerät'), also known as D50/13. The publication is Volume 13 in the 'Foreign Equipment Data Sheets' ('Kennblätter fremden Geräts'), a series of German Army publications providing data on enemy equipment, principally from Belgium, England, France, North America, Russia and Switzerland.

Compendium 5 is a facsimile reprint of 'Signal Communication Equipment used by Enemy Nations', a British publication providing technical and operational data on captured enemy signal communication equipment originating from Germany, Italy and Japan. It was produced by the Signals Research and Development Establishment (SRDE) in co-operation with M.I. 8 and first issued as a secret document in January 1944.

 

Compendium 6 is a facsimile reprint of 'Notes On Equipment' a modern reprint of a 1944 document issues by the Training Establishment, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, F Branch, which was based at Donnington in Shropshire. Notes on Equipment, Volume IV, was titled Signal and Wireless Stores, and was intended to give Stores personnel a grounding in the line and radio equipment used by the wartime army.

 

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Latest documents added to the archive (updated 13th June 2020).

Number
Equipment..  Title
2251
Wireless Set No 22 Technical Handbook - Data Summary, EMER Tels F280 Iss. 3, Mar 1945
2252
Wireless Sender, Marconi, SWB 8E Edition H (ZA 15513) Data Summary, D740, Oct 1944
2253
Wireless Sender, S.W.B. 11E Technical Handbook, Data Summary, D750, Dec 1951
2254
Wireless Sender, S.W.B. 11E Wireless Sender S.W.B. 11E Modified for SSB Working, Data Sum, D810, Jan 1948
2255
Reception Sets R109, R109A, R109B, R109C Data Summary, E190, June 1944
2256
Reception Set R201 Data Summary, E210, Sept. 1944
2257
Reception Set R206 and Power Supply Unit No. 33 Data Summary, E270, Apr 1946
2258
Reception Set R206 Mk1 and Power Supply Unit No. 15 Data Summary, E280 Oct, 1944
2259
Reception Set R208 (ZA 10083) Data Summary, E300, Oct 1944
2260
Reception Set R211 Technical Handbook Data Summary, E330, Aug 1949
2261
Reception Set R212 Technical Handbook Data Summary, E340, Dec 1948
2262
Reception Set R308 Data Summary, E690, Jun 1944
2263
Wireless Set Type CR100 Data Summary, E710, Nov 1944
2264
Wireless Station No. 10 Data Summary, F160, Aug 1944 and May 1953
2265
Wireless Set No 10 Mk2 Provisional Data Summary, F180, Oct 1947
2266
Wireless Set No 19 Mk II Data Summary, F250/2, Jul 1944
2267
Wireless Set No 19 Mk III Data Summary, F250/3, Nov 1944
2268
Wireless Set No 46 (ZA 11622) Data Summary, F460, Aug 1944
2269
Wireless Station No 57 Data Summary, F500, Feb 1945
2270
Supply Units, Rectifier Data Summary K220, Jul 1947 (with Sept 1952 amendments)
2271
Supply Unit, Rectifier No 13 and Smoothing Unit No 1 Data Summary, K220/1, Oct 1944
2272
Supply Unit, Rectifier No 11 (ZB10235) Data Summary, K220/3, Dec 1944
2273
Supply Unit, Rectifier No 1 (ZB6639) Data Summary, K220/4, Oct 1944
2274
Supply Unit, Rectifier, No 5 (ZB0179) Data Summary, K220/5, Nov 1944
2275
Supply Unit, Rectifier No 8 (ZB0327) Data Summary, K220/6, Feb 1945
2276
Supply Unit, DC/AC No 1 Technical Handbook, Data Summary, K280/1, Jun 1949
2277
Adaptor, Frequency Range No 1 Data Summary, K300/1, Jun 1944
2278
Amplifiers, RF No2 Mks1 and 2 Data Summary, K310, Jul 1944
2279
Keying Unit, Carrier Frequency Shift No 2 (ZA33600) Data Summary, K330/2, Jun 1949
2280

Amplifier, Aerial, Wideband No 3

Data Summary, K590/2, Nov 1945
2281
Lorry, 3-Ton, 4x4, Wireless (HP) Type C or D, WS33 Technical Handbook, Data Summary, L260/2, Jan 1952
2282
Lorry, 3 Ton, 4x4, Wireless (HP) Type E, F, K or L, WS12 HP Data Summary, L260/3, Jun 1945
2283
Lorry, 3 Ton, 4x4, Wireless (HP) WS53 Technical Handbook, Data Summary, L260/4, Jun 1950
2284
Lorry, 3 Ton, 4x4, T.E.V. (Army) Type A Data Summary, L340/1, Mar 1945
2285
Terminal Equipment Vehicle Type B Data Summary, L340/2, Aug 1946
2286
Lorry, 3 Ton, 4x4, Mobile Carrier Terminal Tyne A Data Summary, L340/5, Dec 1944
2287
Lorry, 3 Ton, 4x4, Wireless (R) Type A Data Summary, L350/1, Nov 1944
2288
Golden Arrow Mk 1 Data Summary, L500/1, Mar 1945
2289
Printing Reperforators No 1 and 2 Data Summary, T240/2, Aug 1948
2290
Teleprinter, Terminal Unit, Mk III Data Summary, T250/2, Nov 1945
2291
Teleprinter Terminal Unit Mk IV Data Summary, T250/3, Nov 1945
2292
Teleprinter Terminal Unit 80+80V Data Summary, T250/4, Nov 1945
2293
Adaptor, Teletype (U.S.), Teleprinter (British) Data Summary, T250/5, Jun 1945
2294
Teleprinter Receiving Reperforator (Reperforator No 7 TR (W.D.)=Reperforator G.P.O. No 2) Data Summary, T260/2, Aug 1945
2295
Keyboard Perforator (P.O. Perforator No 44) Data Summary, T260/3, Apr 1946
2296
Morse Keyboard Perforator, Perforator, Keyboard No 9 W/A YB03134, W/B YB03841, W/C YB03842 Data Summary, T280/1, Dec 1944
2297
Wheatstone Transmitter (Elliott) (Transmitters, Wheatstone, M.D., 110/220v, motor-driven No 1 YB02782, motor-driven No 2 YB01806) Data Summary, T280/3, Dec 1944
2298
Morse Transmitter (Creed) (Transmitter, Auto No 11B YB04306) Data Summary, T280/4, Jan 1945
2299
Morse Reperforator, Reperforator No 7W. A, YB0383, B, YB03138, C, YB03140 Data Summary, T280/5, Mar 1945
2300
Morse Page Printer (Printers, Morse Nos 1T (YB03135) and 1P (YP02648)) Data Summary, T280/6, Jan 1945
2301
Undulator, U.G. 6A No 3 (YB02446) Data Summary, T280/7, Jan 1945
2302
Recording Bridge R.B. 150 (ZA15981) Data Summary, T280/8, Dec 1944
2303
Supply Unit, Rectifier, No 4 (ZB0012), Data Summary, T280/10, Jan 1945
2304
Reperforator, GNT., Model 451 Data Summary, T280/13, Sep. 1945
2305
Monitoring Bridge Type O.C.12 ZA18495 Data Summary, T280/14, Sept 1945
2306
Recording Bridge R.B. 150/2 Data Summary, T280/15, Apr 1946
2307
Switchboards F and F, 20-40-60-Line, Mk I, YA2248/49/50, Mk I*, YA 2735/36/37, Mk II, YA4773/74/75, Data Summary, T300/2, Jan 1945
2308
Switchboard, Magneto, 10-Line (W.D.) Data Summary, T300/3, Nov 1944
2309
Switchboard, Command, 200-Line (YA2238) Data Summary, T320/1, Jan 1945
2310
Exchange, Magneto (W.D.) Unit Type, N Positions Data Summary, T320/2, Dec 1944
2311
Switchboard, A.T., 3796 10+50/65 (YA3778) Data Summary, T320/3, Nov 1945
2312
Switchboard, C.B., 873 5+20/25 (YA6257) Data Summary, T320/4
2313
Switchboard, C.B. 935, 1+3/4 Data Summary, T320/5, Nov 1945
2314
Switchboard, C.B. 935, 2+4/6 Data Summary, T320/6, Nov 1945
2315
Wireless Sender No 12 (ZA3244) Data Summary, D140, Jul 1944
2316
Wireless Set No 12 HP Data Summary, D150, Dec 1944
2317
Switchboards, C.B. 935, 3+7/12 and 3+9/12 (YA6147) Data Summary, T320/7, Nov 1945
2318
Switchboards, Teleprinter 15-line, Mk 1 (YB02616) and 40-line, Mk 1 (YB02617) Data Summary, T340/1, Mar 1945
2319
Unit, Amplifying, No 23, (No 23A - YA3419) (No 23B - YA4847) (No 23D - YA6460) Data Summary, T390/4, Jan 1946
2320
Exchange, C.B., Multiple (W.D.), Unit Type, N Positions, Power Supply Equipment Data Summary, T420/1, Sept 1945
2321
Repeater, Telephone, 2-Circuit, No 3 (W) Data Summary, T510/2, Nov 1946
2322
Repeater Telephone, Two-Circuit, 1W and 1C (YB/YA 3757) Data Summary, T510/3, Oct 1944
2323
Repeater, Telephone, 8-Circuit, Mk I (YB 01562), obsolete Data Summary, T520, May 1945, Mk II (YB/YA 3758), Data Sum, T520, Mar 1945
2324
Repeater, Stabilized, 2-Wire, No 3 (YB 01034) Data Summary, T570/1, May 1945
2325
Network, Balancing and Testing No 1, (YB 01558) and No 2 (YB 02477) Data Summary, T590/1, Nov 1944
2326
Unit, Signalling, V.L.F, No 3, Mk II (YB/YA 3814) Mk III (YB02227) Data Summary, T600/1, Nov 1944
2327
Repeater, Ringing, No 1 (YB 01029) Data Summary, T620/1, Apr 1945
2328
Privacy Equipment Nk 1, Mks 1, 1* and II, Station A Mk 1 YB02996; Mk 1* YB02997; Mk II YB03243, Station B, YB02998 Data Summary, T710/1, Feb 1945
2329
Apparatus, Carrier Telephone, (1+4), T Mk II (YB02414) and Mk II (YB00393) Data Summary, U100/2, Jan 1945
2330
Apparatus, Carrier Telephone, (1+1), No 1, Active Terminal: W, Mk I, YB01101, W, Mk I*, YB02447, C, YB01828; E, Mk I, YB02228; E, Mk I*, YB04188, Inert Terminal: W, Mk I, YB01102; W, Mk I*, YB02448; C, YB01829; E, YB02229 Data Summary, U150/1, Mar 1945
2331
Apparatus, Carrier Telephone, (1+1), No 2 (Active & Inert Terminals) Data Summary, U150/2, Oct 1944
2332
Apparatus, Selective Carrier, No 1 Data Summary, U170/1, Oct 1944
2333
Apparatus, Selective Carrier, No 2 & Supply Unit, Rectifier, No 21, Technical Handbook Data Summary, U170/2, Jun 1949
2334
Apparatus, V.F. Telegraph, 6-Channel, 2-Tone, Tripple Diversity, Nos 1 and 1A Data Summary, U210, Sept 1947
2335
Apparatus, V.F. Telegraph, 3-Channel, Duplex, No I, Group I, YB01031, Group 2, YB01032 Data Summary, U220/1, Mar 1945
2336
Apparatus, V.F. Telegraph, 2/4 Tone, Nk 5 Data Summary, U230/3, Jan 1946
2337
Equipment, Signalling, Carrier-Shift, No 1 (YB05422) Data Summary, U230/4, Mar 1946
2338
Repeater, Carrier Telephone, No 1, Mk 1 (YB00841) (Obsolecent) Data Summary, U300/1, May 1945
2339
Filters, Line and Directional, No 1 Data Summary, U700/2, Aug 1945
2340
Filter, Balance and Bypass, No 2A TE Data Summary, U700/3, Jul 1946
2341
Balance and By-Pass Filter Units, 1+1, W Mk 1 (YB01104), W Mk 1 (YB02450), C (YB01830), E (YB02230) Data Summary, U710/2, Jan 1945
2342
Balance and By-Pass Filter Equipment for SO-3F and S.A.S/S.A.T. Carrier Systems, (Equipment, by-pass, 3 channel, carrier telephone, SO-3F (YB01176)), (Equipment, by-pass, 3 channel, carrier telephone, S.A.S. and S.A.T. (YB02609)) Data Summary, U730/1, Apr 1945
2343
Voltmeter, Valve, 150V, No 1 Data Summary, Y110/2, Dec 1044
2344
Voltmeters, Valve, No 2, Mks 1 and 1/1, Technical Handbook Data Summary, Y110/3, Nov 1948
2345
Meters, Output Power, Nos 1, 2, 3 and 5 Data Summary, Y120, Mar 1947
2346
Wattmeter, Absorption, A.F., No 1, Technical Handbook Data Summary, Y120/5, Jan 1952
2347
Tester, Transmission Measuring Set, No 1, Mk 2 Data Summary, Y140/1, Mar 1947
2348
Tester, T.M.S., No 3 Data Summary, Y140/2, Jun 1944
2349
Tester, Transmission Measuring Set No 2 General Description, Y142/3, May 1945
2350
Tester, Transmission Measuring Set, No 5, (S.T.C. Type 74105-B) General Description, Y142/4, May 1945
2351
Locator, Line and Cable Fault, No 1 Data Summary, Y520, Aug 1945
2352
Measuring Set, Crosstalk, No 1 Data Summary, Y560, Dec 1947
2353
Wavemeter, Standard, No 1 Data Summary, Y600/2, Aug 1944
2354
Wavemeter, Standard, No 2 Data Summary, Y600/3, Oct 1944
2355
Wavemeter Class D, No 1 Data Summary, Y610-2, Dec 1944
2356
Wavemeter Class D, No 2 Data Summary, Y610/3, Jul 1945
2357
Frequency Meter SCR-221 Data Summary, Y610/5, Oct 1948
2358
Wavemeter No 3 Data Summary, Y620/1, Jul 1944
2359
Wavemeter No 4, Mk 1 Data Summary, Y620/2, Jul 1944
2360
Wavemeter No 1 Data Summary, Y620/3, Aug 1944
2361
Wavemeter No 5 Data Summary, Y620/5, May 1947
2362
Wavemeter No 11 Data Summary, Y620/6, Oct 1946
2363
Test Set, Deviation, F.M. , No 1 Data Summary, Y630/1, Dec 1946
2364
Test Set, Deviation, F.M., No 1A Data Summary, Y630/2, Dec 1947
2365
Test Set, Deviation, No 2 Technical Handbook, Data Summary, Y630/3, Jul 1949
2366
Calibrator, Crystal, No 5, Mk 1 General Data, Y670/1, Nov 1943
2367
Calibrator, Crystal, No 7 Data Summary, Y670/4, May 1945
2368
Calibrator, Crystal, No 10 Data Summary, Y670/5, May 1947
2369
Test Set, Phasing Aerial, No 1 Data Summary, Y710/1, Jun 1945
2370
Oscillators, Beat Frequency Data Summary, Z110, Feb 1947
2371
Oscillator, Delayed Pulse, No 2 Data Summary, Z120/1, Jan 1947
2372
Signal Generator No 2, Mks 1 (WY0069, 1/1 (WY0208), 1/1 (WY0679), Mks 2 (WY0070), 3 (WY0071), 4 (WY0072) Data Summary, Z300/1, Oct 1946
2373
Signal Generator No 5, Mks 1, 2/3 and 3 Data Summary, Z300/2, Oct 1946
2374
Signal Generator No 11 Data Summary, Z300/3, Mar 1946
2375
Signal Generator No 1, Mks 1 (WY0063), 2 (WY0062) and 2* (WY0268) Data Summary, Z300/4, Jun 1946
2376
Signal Generators Nos 6A, B, C and D Data Summary, Z310/1, Nov 1945
2377
Signal Generator, No 7 Data Summary, Z310/3, Nov 1945
2378
Signal Generator No 10 Data Summary, Z310/4, Jul 1945
2379
Calibrator, Output, Signal Generator, No 5 Data Summary, Z420/1, Aug 1947
2380
Repeater, Carrier Telephone, No 1, Mk 2 Data Summary, U300/2, Feb 1946
2381
Repeater, Carrier Telephone, No 3 Data Summary, U300/4, Nov 1945
2382
Repeater, Carrier Telephone, 1+1, No 1 (No 1W YB01103) (No 1C YB01831) Data Summary, U330/1, Nov 1944
2383
Repeater, Carrier Telephone, (1+1), Two-Wire, No 2 Data Summary, U330/2, Aug 1944
2384
Repeater, V.F. Telegraph, No 1 (YB00973) Data Summary, U390/1, Jan 1945
2385
Radio Set SCR-284-A TM 11-275, Radio Set SCR-284-A, 24th Jan 1945

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