Figure 3-22.Uhf radio RT-1107/WSC-3.
as AN/WSC-3. A single AN/WSC-3 (RT-1107/WSC-3)
is shown in figure 3-22.
The AN/WSC-3 transceiver is used primarily
aboard ship, at Marine Corps terminals, and at selected
shore installations. It has various configurations
designed to meet the particular requirements of these
platforms. The configuration differences are identified in
the AN/WSC-3 variations table, table 3-1.
The transceiver can be operated in either satellite or
line-of-sight mode, either locally or remotely. A
modulation control permits selection of PSK data rates
from 75 to 9600 bps, FSK modulation at 75 bps, and FM
or AM modulation for voice. The rf output is 30 watts
AM and 100 watts for FM, PSK, and FSK
The AN/WSC-3A, AN/WSC-3A(V)2 and (V)3
have been modified for use with the DAMA subsystem.
manufactured as DAMA-capable.
The transceiver has two control indicators for
remote operations. The C-9351/WSC-3, shown in figure
3-23, provides for remote control of the AN/WSC-3 as
described in the table 3-1 description. As we mentioned
before, the C-9899/WSC-3 provides for remote teletype
operation. Two built-in modems are included with the
Receiver Systems AN/SSR-1 and 1A
You have probably seen this receiver since it is installed
aboard most naval surface vessels. It enables ships to receive
Fleet Satellite Broadcast. The received carrier may contain
either FM or PSK modulation; the preferred demodulation is
selected manually with a switch associated with the
receiving set. The AN/SSR-1 can drive high-level teletype
equipment. The AN/SSR-1A can drive both high- and
Figure 3-23.Control-Indicator C-9351/WSC-3.