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Figure 2. Panel view of a Type 684-A Modulated Oscillator with Type 774-V Coaxial Adapter installed. The adapter fits one of the mounting holes for the standard binding post terminals supplied with the instrument. A metal button to cover the other hole is furnished.

Figure 2. Panel view of a Type 684-A Modulated Oscillator with Type 774-V Coaxial Adapter installed. The adapter fits one of the mounting holes for the standard binding post terminals supplied with the instrument. A metal button to cover the other hole is furnished.

Type 774-E Cable Plug.

Type 774-M Cable Jack.

Type 774-M Cable Jack.

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Type 774-N jack Connector.

Type 774-N jack Connector.

Type 774-Y Adapter.
Type 774-P Panel Jack.
Type 774-G Panel Plug.
Type 774-F Plug Connector.

Type 774-X Insertion Unit. (One-half actual size.)

Type 774-X Insertion Unit. (One-half actual size.)

Type 774-Y B Terminal Unit. (One-half actual size.)

Figure 3. Sectional drawings showing construction of Type 774 Coaxial Terminals. Drawings are full size except where indicated.

measurements with this instrument can he seen from the following example:

A measuring system comprising a Type 684-A Modulated Oscillator, a Type 821-A Twill-T Impedance-Measuring Circuit, and a radio receiver are connected as shown in Figure 4.

A small amount of series inductance in the ground side of the generator cable is designated as Lç, a similar inductance in the receiver cable as LR, and the common ground lead as Lm- The voltage

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