But could also be found onboard USN ships as the TCZ installation. There were even some vehicular uses for the T-47/ART-13.
Was developed from the earlier. Collins ATC Aircraft Transmitter that appeared around 1940.
In 1940, the Collins ATC was tested in competition. With the Bendix ATD and possibly the RCA ATB. The Collins ATC won easily as the competition lacked. Of the ATC's modern features.By 1942, Collins had updated the ATC and designated it as the T-47/ART-13. The USAAF also wanted to use the T-47/ART-13 and a.
Different transmitter was produced for their use, designated as the T-47A/ART-13. Use of the T-47A/ART-13 was in the B-29 bombers where they were paired with the BC-348 receiver. The USN had many installations in Grumman torpedo bombers and the.
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