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Author Topic: Precision Measurement Equipment Calibrator (WG-3378-12) White Sands Missile Rang  (Read 5684 times)

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"I could focus on getting a GRM-114 out the door."
Geez Mike now I'm having flashbacks.  I leaned from a young Marine Reservist recently that they are still out there.

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"I could focus on getting a GRM-114 out the door."
Geez Mike now I'm having flashbacks.  I leaned from a young Marine Reservist recently that they are still out there.

We actually have a 114A in use on WSMR, I think the folks here are a little too in love with the bad old days
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The GRM-114A was a very reliable box, after Mike Sloan and I installed our field modifications.  I wish I could take the credit, but it was Sloan that re-engineered a couple sections because he got tired of repairing them.
 
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The GRM-114A was a very reliable box, after Mike Sloan and I installed our field modifications.  I wish I could take the credit, but it was Sloan that re-engineered a couple sections because he got tired of repairing them.
 
Mike..

The 114A was obsolete almost everywhere in the early 90s, the B was a not so reliable follow up. The only place I've seen a 114A since Reagan was President is White Sands, because they are very nostalgic...and lazy?
The 122 is the latest train wreck, I believe
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What is the 122?  What is the commercial model number of the instrument.
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What is the 122?  What is the commercial model number of the instrument.

Aeroflex RCTS-001
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Looks like the same box with some add-on options..
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