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 Radio Set SCR-536 SCR-536-A SCR-536-B

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Radio Set
SCR536 SCR-536-A SCR-536-B SCR-536-C
SCR-536-D SCR-536-E SCR-536-F

The Radio Set SCR-536 A B C D E or F consists of a five-tube, low-power, dry-batery-operated radio receiver and transmitter, and accessories.
It is designed for amplitude-modulated. two-way communication over short distances. It is intended primarily as a handietalkie for foot combat troops.

The radio set is turned on by extending the antenna.
When thus connected to its internal dry-battery power supply, the radio set functions as a receiver. Pressing the press-to-talk switch converts the receiver circuit to a transmitter circuit.
The earphone provides sidetone so that the operator listens to his own voice when transmitting.

The set may be held in either hand when operating, although it is designed and balanced for left hand operation.
The microphone and earphone are attached to the case in such a manner that the set resembles a telephone handset. In addition, later models of Radio Set SCR 536 F are equipped with jacks to permit coupling an external microphone and headset.
An adjustable carrying strap is attached to the case of Radio Set SCR 536 for slinging and to provide additional support when used in the operating position.

The total weight of the set, including batteries as hand-carried for normal operation is 5.5 pounds.

Technical Characteritics of Radio Set SCR 536
Radio Set SCR-536  is crystal-controlled on both reception and transmission, and will operate over the frequency range of 3.5 to 6.0 mc (megacycles).
However, each unit is adjusted to operate at only one frequency in this band by proper choice of plug-in crystals and coils  followed by pre-tuning adjustments.
The coil and crystal changes and the finer adjustments necessary to accurate pre-tuning cannot he made by the operator, but are preset by authorized maintenance and repair personnel.
 
Frequency range
3.5 mc/s to 6.0 mc/s (any one of 50 channels)
Transmitter type crystal-oscillator power-amplifier
Receiver type crystal-controlled superheterodyne
Type of signal transmitted voice
Types of signals received voice and tone
Receiver intermediate frequency 455 kc

Distance range:
Over land 1 mile
Over salt water 3 miles

Type of modulation amplitude
Number of tubes 5 (only 4 used for transmitting )
Antenna 40-in, telescopic rod
Weight (with coils, crystals, and tubes, but without
batteries) 3.85 lb.


POWER SUPPLY.
Battery BA37 (filament supply) 1.5 v
Drain while receiving 250 ma
Drain while transmitting 300 ma
Battery BA38 (plate supply) 103.5 v
Drain while receiving 11 ma
Drain while transmitting 35 ma
Battery life 19 hr
single day
Weight:
Battery BA37 0.5 lb
Battery BA38 1.1 lb

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The Manual Contains the Following :-

PART ONE. INTRODUCTION.
Description of Radio Sets SCR 536 A B C D E and F.
General 
Technical characteristics of Radio Set SCR 536 
Frequency Spectrum Chart 
Table of components 
Shipping weights and dimensions of packed sets 
Housing 
Power supply 
Chassis 
Controls 
Moisture seals 
Differences in models 
Installation of Radio Set SCR 536
Unpacking and checking 
Installation 
Repacking 

PART TWO. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS.
Controls and their use
General 
Turning set on and off 
Receiving and transmitting 
Controlling volume 
Tuning 
Operation.
Starting procedure 
Sighting 
Camouflaging 
Receiving 
Transmitting 
Net operation 
Stopping procedure 
Equipment performance check list.
Purpose and use of check list 

PART THREE. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS.
Preventive maintenance techniques. Meaning of preventive maintenance Description of preventive maintenance techniques 
Itemized preventive maintenance.
Introduction 
Preventive maintenance tools and materials 
Exterior of Radio Set SCR 536
Item 2, antenna
Item 3, inside bottom cover
Item 4, chassis and interior of Radio Set SCR 536
Preventive maintenance check list
Factors determining preventive maintenance periods
Lubrication.
Lubrication instructions
Recommended lubricants for camouflaging and waterproofing
Moisture proofing and fungi proofing.
Problems encountered
Treatment
Step-by-step instructions 
Moisture proofing and fungi proofing after repairs 
Waterproofing.
General 
Procedure 
Materials required 

PART FOUR. AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT.
Operating accessories
Battery BA30 filament supply
Inclement weather protection 
Expedient antenna 
Equipment for use with external jacks 
Maintenance Equipment ME36
Homing Modification Kit MC-619.
General 
Components 
Installation 
Operation 
Theory of equipment 
Mounting bottom plate 
Pretuning 
Moisture proofing and fungi proofing
Moisture proofing and fungi proofing after repairs 
Frequency conversion kits.
Frequency Conversion Kit MC534
Frequency Conversion Kit MC518

PART FIVE. REPAIR INSTRUCTIONS.
Theory of equipment
Block diagram of Radio Set SCR 536 
Circuit description 
Receiver r-f amplifier 
Converter
I-f amplifier
Detector, automatic volume control and first audio amplifier
Receiver power output amplifier 
Transmitter oscillator
Transmitter r-f amplifier 
Microphone amplifier
Modulator
Press-to-talk switch
Trouble shooting.
General trouble-shooting information
Test Equipment IE15A
Test Stand FT252
Test Case CS81
Test Set I56
Test Equipment IE17
Test Unit I135
Trouble-shooting procedures
Sectionalizing trouble in Radio Set
SCR 536
Sectionalizing trouble in receiver circuit
Sectionalizing trouble in transmitter circuit
Localizing trouble in receiver and transmitter circuits

Repairs.
Replacement of press-to-talk switch 
Chassis removal
Replacement of microphone
Replacement of earphone
Replacement of on-off switch
Replacement of antenna
Replacement of resistor-capacitor cups
Replacement of tubes
Changing coils and crystals
Removal of eyelets
Replacement of IF transformer
Unsatisfactory equipment report
Alignment and adjustment.

General
I-f alignment using signal generator
I-f alignment using Test Unit I135
Minimum test requirements for Radio Receiver and Transmitter
BC 611
Presetting
General
Setting up Test Equipment IE15A
Presetting receiver with Test Equipment IE15A
Presetting transmitter with Test Equipment IE15A
Checking for image frequency
Using Radio Set SCR_536 as signal generator
Crystal activity test
Presetting receiver with Test Equipment IE17
Presetting transmitter with Test Equipment IE17
Testing Batteries BA37 and BA38 with Test Equipment IEl7
Receiver sensitivity 
Receiver performance characteristics 
Transmitter performance characteristics
Emergency alignment and presetting procedure.
General
Major test equipment components
Housing modification
Feedback capacitor
Receiver alignment
Transmitter alignment
Battery checking
Alignment of set used as signal source 

APPENDIX I. REFERENCES.
Army Regulations 
Supply publications 
Technical Manuals on auxiliary equipment and test equipment
Painting, preserving, and lubrication
Camouflage 
Shipping instructions 
Decontamination 
Demolition 
Other publications 
Forms 
Abbreviations 
Glossary 

MAINTENANCE PARTS.
Maintenance parts for Radio Set SCR 536
Maintenance parts for Homing Modification Kit MC-619

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