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 The **[[T-100|Prüfgerät SE-100]]** test set with a meter can be used for the alignment procedure and to control all necessary voltages and battery voltages, in the technical manual "Regl für UemGeräte Mech 65.5" you will find all the details (for english language, you might refer to the original TM). The **[[T-100|Prüfgerät SE-100]]** test set with a meter can be used for the alignment procedure and to control all necessary voltages and battery voltages, in the technical manual "Regl für UemGeräte Mech 65.5" you will find all the details (for english language, you might refer to the original TM).
  
-===== Technisches Prinzip ​=====+===== Technical Principle ​=====
 {{:​images:​se-100-empf-schema.jpg?​direct&​350 |Prinzipschema Empfangsbetrieb}} To reduce the number of valves to five, some valves have double use, which is altered with the receive - transmit switch. {{:​images:​se-100-empf-schema.jpg?​direct&​350 |Prinzipschema Empfangsbetrieb}} To reduce the number of valves to five, some valves have double use, which is altered with the receive - transmit switch.
  
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 {{:​images:​se-100-sender-schema.jpg?​direct&​350 |Prinzipschema Sendebetrieb}} In **Reception mode**, the RF signal coming from the antenna is amplified in a RF amplifier stage ([[de:​3S4]]) and then fed to a [[de:1R5]] valve, which acts as oscillator (controlled by the receiver crystal REC) and mixer stage. After an IF amplifier stage valve ([[de:​1T4]]),​ the intermediate frequency of 455 kHz is fed to the [[de:1S5]] valve, there signal is demodulated and amplified in an AF preamplifier stage. A [[de:3S4]] valve acts as AF final amplifier. {{:​images:​se-100-sender-schema.jpg?​direct&​350 |Prinzipschema Sendebetrieb}} In **Reception mode**, the RF signal coming from the antenna is amplified in a RF amplifier stage ([[de:​3S4]]) and then fed to a [[de:1R5]] valve, which acts as oscillator (controlled by the receiver crystal REC) and mixer stage. After an IF amplifier stage valve ([[de:​1T4]]),​ the intermediate frequency of 455 kHz is fed to the [[de:1S5]] valve, there signal is demodulated and amplified in an AF preamplifier stage. A [[de:3S4]] valve acts as AF final amplifier.
  
-==== Röhrenbestückung ​====+==== Valve layout ​====
 V1 ([[de:​3S4]],​ REC: RF amplifier, TX: RF output stage); V2 ([[de:​1R5]],​ REC: Mixer and oscillator, TX: oscillator);​ V3 ([[de:​1T4]],​ REC: IF amplifier); V4 ([[de:​1S5]],​ REC: demodulator,​ AF preamplifier,​ TX: microphone amplifier); V5 ([[de:​3S4]],​ REC: AF final stage, TX: Modulator). V1 ([[de:​3S4]],​ REC: RF amplifier, TX: RF output stage); V2 ([[de:​1R5]],​ REC: Mixer and oscillator, TX: oscillator);​ V3 ([[de:​1T4]],​ REC: IF amplifier); V4 ([[de:​1S5]],​ REC: demodulator,​ AF preamplifier,​ TX: microphone amplifier); V5 ([[de:​3S4]],​ REC: AF final stage, TX: Modulator).
  
-==== Entwicklung ​====+==== Development ​====
 The portable transceiver **BC-611** respectively the wireless equipment **SCR-536** (consisting of the BC-611, the box **BX-49** with two crystals and two coils for twelfe different frequencies and the test set **IE-17** with the alignment cabinet) had been developed in around 1940 by a team working under Don Mitchell from Galvin Manufacturing,​ a predecessor of the U.S. american company Motorola, and was used as first personal radio or "​Walkie talkie"​ on World War II. The portable transceiver **BC-611** respectively the wireless equipment **SCR-536** (consisting of the BC-611, the box **BX-49** with two crystals and two coils for twelfe different frequencies and the test set **IE-17** with the alignment cabinet) had been developed in around 1940 by a team working under Don Mitchell from Galvin Manufacturing,​ a predecessor of the U.S. american company Motorola, and was used as first personal radio or "​Walkie talkie"​ on World War II.
  
 The Swiss Army could acquire after the end of the war 5777 units with corresponding accessories and spares from U.S. surplus (called "​Modell 44" in Switzerland). An even bigger number of sets, around 12'000 units, habe been produced by [[Autophon]] under U.S. licence (called "​Modell 48"). The Swiss Army could acquire after the end of the war 5777 units with corresponding accessories and spares from U.S. surplus (called "​Modell 44" in Switzerland). An even bigger number of sets, around 12'000 units, habe been produced by [[Autophon]] under U.S. licence (called "​Modell 48").
  
-==== Einsatz ​====+==== Field use ====
 {{ :​images:​se-100-einsatz.jpg?​direct&​180|}} The SE-100 "​FOX"​ soon was the most often used means of wireless communications in Swiss infantry units, the colour of the frequency labels does indicate the purpose of use: {{ :​images:​se-100-einsatz.jpg?​direct&​180|}} The SE-100 "​FOX"​ soon was the most often used means of wireless communications in Swiss infantry units, the colour of the frequency labels does indicate the purpose of use:
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-===== Technische Unterlagen ​=====+===== Technical Manuals ​=====
   * {{ :​manuals:​se-100-das-kleinfunkgeraet-fox-regl-t37d.pdf |Das Kleinfunkgerät "​FOX",​ Techn. Reglement T37d, 1950}}   * {{ :​manuals:​se-100-das-kleinfunkgeraet-fox-regl-t37d.pdf |Das Kleinfunkgerät "​FOX",​ Techn. Reglement T37d, 1950}}
   * {{ :​manuals:​se-100-fox-kleinfunkgeraet-regl-58-107.pdf |Das Kleinfunkgerät SE-100, Regl. 58.107d, 1955}}   * {{ :​manuals:​se-100-fox-kleinfunkgeraet-regl-58-107.pdf |Das Kleinfunkgerät SE-100, Regl. 58.107d, 1955}}
   * {{ :​manuals:​se-100-das-funkgeraet-se-100-regl-65-5d-1954.pdf |Das Funkgerät SE-100, Regl. 65.5d, 1954}}, Anleitung für UemGeräte Mech. mit Schaltungsbeschreibung   * {{ :​manuals:​se-100-das-funkgeraet-se-100-regl-65-5d-1954.pdf |Das Funkgerät SE-100, Regl. 65.5d, 1954}}, Anleitung für UemGeräte Mech. mit Schaltungsbeschreibung
-  * {{ :​manuals:​se-100-das-funkgeraet-se-100-regl-65-5d.pdf |Das Funkgerät SE-100, Regl. 65.5d, 1957}}, ​Anleitung für UemGeräte Mech.+  * {{ :​manuals:​se-100-das-funkgeraet-se-100-regl-65-5d.pdf |Das Funkgerät SE-100, Regl. 65.5d, 1957}}, ​Manual for radio technicians.
  
- +==== Further information ​====
-==== Weitere Informationen ​====+
   * [[http://​armyradio.ch/​radio-d/​se-100.htm|SE-100 / FOX on www.armyradio.ch]]   * [[http://​armyradio.ch/​radio-d/​se-100.htm|SE-100 / FOX on www.armyradio.ch]]
   * [[https://​www.hamfu.ch/​de/​geraete/​geraet.php?​id=40|SE-100 / FOX on Hamfu website]]   * [[https://​www.hamfu.ch/​de/​geraete/​geraet.php?​id=40|SE-100 / FOX on Hamfu website]]
   * [[http://​www.radiomuseum.org/​r/​autophon_fox_se_100se10.html|SE-100 / FOX on www.radiomuseum.org]]   * [[http://​www.radiomuseum.org/​r/​autophon_fox_se_100se10.html|SE-100 / FOX on www.radiomuseum.org]]
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