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WW2 Tech Problems Secret Radar files Suffixes ADN 1 ADN 3 AKC AKE 1 AKE 2

AKE 5 AKL AKN AKR AKU 3/4 AKU 5 AMK 1/2 AML

AMM/AMN ANF ANS for 293Q/277 ANU for 277Q ANU 1/2/3/4 ANU 6 APT for 267 AQB for 281

AQN for 268 AQQ AQR for 293P AQS AQT ASS AUK for 277P AUM for 274

AUS for 275 AZR CEQ DTU HRF HRG HRL1 HRL2

HRL3 HRL4 HRN HRT JCA JDA JD JGA1

JGA3 JHA JHA1 JJ JK JL/JM JL1 JP2

JP3 JP4 JQ JT JS JU JU1 JU2

JUA JUA3 JUC JW JYA1 JYA4 JYA7 JYB

JYC JYD JZ JZP JZQ MDA PAB PFA1

PFA2 PFB QAA QAB RDA RDA2 REJ RIS

RMN RMO RRA RRB RSE RSD2 RTB RTG

RJT RTL RTK SIF TRA TRB TRD TRE

77A 79 242 243 253 262 262R 267

268 274 275 277 281 278_993 903 940

944_1 944_2 944_M1 944_M2 954 954M 955 955M

957 960 965M 965Q 966 974 974_1 975

978 982 983 992 992Q 992R 1000 1002

1003 1004 1006 1010 1011

  Please note that some radars are missing from the Matrix above. I know of some of them [901 for Seaslug Guidance] for example and I am currently researching them. However, if you know of any missing sets it would be helpful for me to check whether I have that/them on my list below - remember, only ROYAL NAVAL sets please and the time scale which is from First Fitting up to 1980. Note: Not all below (those starred) have any further information. Those on my list are:-

271/2/3 278* 279* 282* 283* 284*
Early surface warning. Replaced by 277/293.
All had hand rotated aerials.
- Early airguard double mast aerial Early Gunnery obsolescent
at end of war
Early Gunnery obsolescent
at end of war
Early Gunnery obsolescent
at end of war
285* 291* 901* 909 931* 970*
Early Gunnery obsolescent
at end of war
WW2 Combined air/surface in
small ships
Full Seaslug records
and
Birth of the 901 system
and
The Type 901 Guidance Radar
Type 42's etc Centimetric spotting
set for use with 274
Fitted into a large number of WW2 invasion craft.
A makeshift 10cm developed from RAF. Good PPI