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MIL-HDBK-162A
Volume 1
15 December 1965
Section 1
AN/MPQ-14, -14A
Antenna: Dipole
FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Frequency Range: 2740 to 2960 mc
Wave Length: 10 cm
Radar Course Directing Centrals AN/MPQ-14 and
Peak Power Output: 200 kw (83 db above 1 mw)
AN/MPQ14A  automatically  track  friendly  aircraft,
Avg Power: 0. 18 kw
compute a course from the aircraft to a predetermined
Pulse Rate: 1100 pps nom
ground target, and guide the aircraft over the ground
Pulse Width: 0. 8 ;sec
target At the proper instant the Radar Course Directing
RF Source: 2J31, 2J32, 2J33, or 2J34 magnetron
Central automatically command release of a bomb.
IF. Frequency: 30 mc
The AN/MPQ-14 and the AN/MPQ-14A differ in the
Type of Presentation: 7-in B-scope; 3-in
radar and radio equipment used.  Except for these
J-scope; range, azimuth, and elevation indicators
equipments,  AN/MPQ-14  and  AN/MPQ-14A  are
interchangeable by component. Functionally, they are
interchangeable as a whole.
INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS
RELATION TO SIMILAR EQUIPMENT
Siting:
Mounting: Housed and transported in two modified 3/4-ton
trailers, two 2-1/2-ton trucks, one 3/4-ton 4x4 truck, and one
None.
mobile radar mount.
Cabling Requirements:
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION
Related Equipment:
Power Input: 115 vac, 60 cps, 3-ph, 5. 0kva max Range:
500 to 20, 000 yd
PRINCIPAL COMPONENTS AND PHYSICAL DATA
COMPONENT
QTY
HEIGHT
WIDTH
DEPTH
UNIT WT.
(Inches)
(Inches)
(Inches)
AN/MPQ-14
Computer-Transmitter Set AN/MSQ-7
Signal Data Converter CV-280/MSQ-7
Transmissometer Indicator-Recorder
ID- 407/MSQ-7
Radio Transmitting Set AN/MRW-4
Generator Set, Diesel Engine
PU-273/G
Radar Set AN/TPG-2
Radio Set ARW-3
AN/MPQ-14A
Computer-Transmitter Set
AN/MSQ-7
Signal Data Converter
CV-280/MSQ-7
Transmlssometer Indicator-Recorder
ID- 407/MSQ-7
AN/MPQ-14: 2
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