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MICRO-MODULE PRODUCTION PROGRAM
RADIO CORP OF AMERICA CAMDEN N J DEFENSE ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS
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The initial program to establish feasibility and reliability of micro-modules of a limited range and selection of microelements was completed. Effort was continued to improve and extend inductor parameters, to develop ceramic trimmer capacitors which me t the requirements of communication micro-modules, and to improve processes for making micro-modules. All work on micro-module assembly was completed. Proto ype pulse transformers were placed on life test. A 455 kc inductor was designed on a powdered iron core and testing of the unit was initiated. In the objective to design and build transmitter and receiver micro-modules for Radio Set ANPRC-51 and micro-modules for the MicroPac Computer, 93 of the required 96 micro-modules were delivered. Three engineering models of the transmitter, and one model of the receiver, of the ANPRC-51 Radio Set were tested. A breadboard model of a MicroPac computer with a temperature control system including a thermoelectric cooling system was fabricated and tested. Author
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