Download Wireless for the Warrior : A Technical History of Radio Communication Equipment in the British Army : VOL 2 Standard Sets of Wold War II eBook
by Louis Meulstee
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This is quite a good book covering the history of British Military wireless. It's largest shortcoming is the author's decision to skip a detailed treatment of wireless sets in use during WWII
This is quite a good book covering the history of British Military wireless. It's largest shortcoming is the author's decision to skip a detailed treatment of wireless sets in use during WWII. A cursory description of all the WWII era sets is included but a full treatment is reserverd for Volume 2 of the series which, while out, is difficult to find. Still quite a good treatment of the subject. 6 people found this helpful.
Wireless for the warrior. Broadstone : Radio Bygones (OCoLC)705806052. org/viaf/23861412 ; Louis Meulstee schema:datePublished "1995" ; schema:description "Vol.
Fitted For Wireless (FFW) and Fitted For Radio (FFR) were British Army designators for vehicles equipped to carry radio equipment.
The Wireless for the Warrior range of books (comprising the Volume and Compendium series) are .
The Wireless for the Warrior range of books (comprising the Volume and Compendium series) are intended as source of reference to the history and development of radio communication equipment used by the British Army from the very early days of wireless up to the 1960s ) communication.
Features of wireless communications equipment used by the British Army during and shortly after World War . The later sets did not include a capability for Wireless.
Features of wireless communications equipment used by the British Army during and shortly after World War Two are described, within the context of advances in technology and their influence on repair and maintenance methods. Telegraphy communications, since Radio Telephony had by. then become almost universal in the Army Communications. Over this period, the British Radio and Electronics industry. consisted mainly of a large number of small and independent. These companies were capable of providing.
The Compendium series is principally intended as a practical guide and reference source to vintage military signal communication equipment. It is particularly valuable to anyone with an interest, professionally or otherwise, in this subject, requiring an elementary but complete quick reference and recognition handbook.
Keywords- Battlefield communications, wireless transceiver history, World War Two radio technology I. INTRODUCTION By the time of World War Two (WW2) radio communication between ground troops and between vehicles including tanks was essential, to support increased mobility.
The paper describes some of the technical characteristics and design features of the widelyused British Army radio-transmitter sets of this period and the immediate post-war period
Fitted For Wireless (FFW) and Fitted For Radio (FFR) were British Army designators for vehicles . Meulstee, Louis (1998). Wireless for the Warrior.