The short-wave radio receiver R-155P is a superheterodyne receiver with double frequency conversion, increased noise immunity and is intended for radio communication on long-distance radio lines.
Radio receiver R-155P operates in the frequency range 1.5-29.9999 MHz.
Within this range, the device can be tuned to any of 285,000 fixed frequencies in multiples of 100 Hz.
The frequency range of the device is divided into 6 sub-bands:
I sub-band – 1.5-2.9999 MHz;
II sub-band – 3.0-4.9999 MHz;
III sub-band – 5.0-7.9999 MHz;
IV subband – 8.0-12.9999 MHz;
V subband – 13.0-19.9999 MHz;
VI sub-band – 20.0-29.9999 MHz.
The radio receiver R-155P kit includes the following devices:
device 2-1M – the main channel for receiving radio signals in the range of 1.5-29.9999 MHz
device 1-0B – a block of reference frequencies (BOC) is designed to obtain a grid of operating frequencies with a step of 100 Hz in the entire received range;
device 3-0M1 – designed to power the device 2-1M, 1-0V and individual circuits of the device’s automation system;
device 4-0M TsL2.002.000 (in the receiver of 1982 there can be 4-0M1 TsL2.002.000-02 with one power supply 6.01 instead of two) – designed for single-band and FM telephone reception;
device 5-0M (5-0M1 for the 1982 receiver) – designed to receive automatic frequency telegraphy;
device 9-0M – provides, together with device 5-0M, the operation of the terminal recording direct-printing equipment.
Dimensions and weight radio receiver R-155P:
Maximum height – 1040 mm;
Maximum width – 615 mm;
The maximum depth is 535 mm.
Weight is not more than 210 kg.
Dimensions and weights are shown with shock absorbers.