The antenna elements and transmitter modules tested at a laboratory and transported to construction site in United States.
United States USA Date:1965 Duration:5 min 26 sec Sound:Yes
A USAF film report shows the production lines, fabrication and testing of radio antenna elements, and receiver and transmitter modules in the United States. The Bendix Radio division headquarters building in Towson, Maryland. 1960's cars parked outside the building. An engineer writes on a blackboard. Other engineers seated around a table. The production line where parts are being assembled into antenna elements. People at work in the plant. Women on an assembly line assemble the parts. The receiver and transmitter modules hooked up to load to special test cells. The life test runs being conducted. A man operates the controls. The sub systems being tested in the engineering laboratory. Men work on beam steering. Men at the plant test individual fabricated parts. A man checking and testing a sub system. The testing of receiver antenna module control. A man mounts a steel sheet panel on the modules. The testing of the antennas and a woman operates controls. The modules packed and transported by a truck. View of truck leaving the assembly building, with "Bendix Radio" sign on the building. The Spacetrack Radar site under construction in Florida. Men at the site install the completed panels on the planar surface. The outer panels placed on a planar surface by a power driven sled lift. A man seals the panels. The land grading is finished around huge structure by a large powered grading truck. The power transmission facility nearby and air conditioning equipment at the base.
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