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Royal Signals
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WS19

Historical WS#19 documentation & information

WS19 Inventories

Australian WS #19 World Inventory, (version 2) compiled from e-mails received from the group members and other sources. 7 sets listed. If you own an Australian WS #19 and it is not in that list, please e-mail me at jacques.f@videotron.ca I will be happy to uprelease the file.

US WS No.19 World Inventory, (version 25) compiled from e-mails received from the group members and other sources. 68 sets listed. If you own a US-made WS #19 and it is not in that list, please e-mail me at jacques.f@videotron.ca I will be happy to uprelease the file.

British WS No.19 World Inventory, (version 29) compiled from e-mails received from the group members and other sources. 78 sets listed. If you own a British WS #19 and it is not in that list, please e-mail me at jacques.f@videotron.ca I will be happy to uprelease the file.

Canadian WS No.19 World Inventory, (version 44) compiled from e-mails received from the group members and other sources. 243 sets listed. If you own a Canadian WS #19 and it is not in that list, please e-mail me at jacques.f@videotron.ca I will be happy to uprelease the file.


WS19 Related files and information

British WS No.19 MkIII Set "A" full schematic in 11x17 size. From a slightly edited JPG version provided by Allan Isaacs, G3PIY.

A 12 to 14V, 25A power supply, made mainly to run the WS#19 CDN PSU #2 continuously.

Simple schematic for a 120V mains powered WS #19 power supply. Uses Hammond parts that can be substituted for European equivalents.


WS19 Related Military documentation

History Signals Production Branch

WS No. 19 Set use by USA

A Survey of Army Research and Development 1939-45

Deliveries of Wireless Set No 19 (Cumulative)

Notes on the performance of Wireless Set No. 19 Mk II, as used by the U.S. Marine Corps in the Southwest Pacific Theatre.

History Signals Production Branch, Department of Munitions & Supply (May 1, 1942 to August 31, 1943) Oct 15 1943 - Document No. 2163

Historical Section (G.S.) Army Headquarters, A survey of Army research and development 1939-45 - Document No. 2164