Foundation Exam Question

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Re: Foundation Exam Question

Post by Sam P » 10 Jun 2017, 22:05

Tigersaw wrote:type 80

Ahhh,,,, yes the 'AD' types used to work with that.... what was the other long range jobbie that with a mahoosive klystron, it was fairly low frequency from what I remember ... something like 500megs... my bleddy memory is terrible.
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Re: Foundation Exam Question

Post by Tigersaw » 10 Jun 2017, 22:14

I worked on type80, 264, 232, AR1 and for its entire lifespan Plessey Watchman.
264 was 600 megs, good for TVI
Type 80 had the Mekon, most scary thing ever as an apprentice

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Re: Foundation Exam Question

Post by Sam P » 10 Jun 2017, 22:22

Tigersaw wrote:I worked on type80, 264, 232, AR1 and for its entire lifespan Plessey Watchman.
264 was 600 megs, good for TVI
Type 80 had the Mekon, most scary thing ever as an apprentice

That's the bu993r! Thank you :thumbup:

264

I remember watchman being introduced...

Were you at Locking?
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Re: Foundation Exam Question

Post by Tigersaw » 10 Jun 2017, 22:32

No my initial training was at Bletchley Park

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