TX No. 2F

Military Set
Dual Transmitter but nothing known about it.

Believed to be a 1960's vintage US military airborne transmitter.

MIL SET DUAL TX NO 2F_IMG.jpg (134642 bytes)    MIL UHF DUAL TX NO 2F SET INSIDE_IMG.jpg (219380 bytes)    MIL UHF DUAL TX NO 2F UNIT_img.jpg (90557 bytes)   

MILSET INSIDE TX NO2F_IMG.jpg (138512 bytes)    MILSET INSIDE TX NO 2F UHF_IMG.jpg (161393 bytes)    MILSET INSIDE TX_NO 2F IMG.jpg (122584 bytes)   

MILSETUHF DUAL TXTX NO2 F_IMG.jpg (151155 bytes)    MILUHF SET DUAL TX NO2 F_IMG.jpg (107899 bytes)

 

This is the only suggestion received so far.

"The TX 2F is an American set. If memory serves me correctly it is a UHF airborne transmitter of about 1960 vintage."


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