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This gallery holds photos of TMC's various receiver antenna multicouplers. Many, such as the AMC-6-( ) were made at TMC Canada.
These multicouplers were 6-output devices, available in various impedances. The AMC-6-2 and -3 multicouplers were designed for maximum sensitivity, while the AMC-6-5 was designed to handle maximum overloads. A companion series, the LMC couplers, were designed for low frequencies.
|Ph 476. AMC-6-2 front view.||AMC-6-2 oblique views.||618.2-15 AMC-6-2 Top View.|
|618.3-12. AMC-6-2 rear view.||618.2-18 AMC-6-2 Bottom View.|
|635.9-1 AMC-6-3 Front angle view.||618.3-16 AMC-6-3 Top view.||635.9-4 AMC-6-3 Bottom view.||635.9-2 AMC-6-3 rear view.|
|618.3-3 AMC-6-5 front view.||633.6-7 AMC-6-5 Top view.||633.6-8. AMC-6-5 Bottom view.||618.3-14. AMC-6-5 Rear view.|
The AMC-20 multicouplers were available with 4 outputs (AMC-20-4), 8 outputs (-8) and 16 outputs (-16). They were hybrid designs, having a vacuum tube input amplifier and transistorized RF distribution system.
The AMC-21 series was all an all-solid-state design, available in 8, 16, and 24-output versions.
|X656.9-2 AMC-20 front view.||AMC-20 was available without a meter.||Front oblique view of AMC-20.||AMC-20 Rear view.|
|AMC-21 rear view.|
These multicouplers were all-solid-state, with 8, 16, and 32 outputs.
|This is the only photo available for the AMC-32A multicoupler|
The AMC-101 Multicoupler had MIL designation CU-1638/GR. AMC-102 was identical apart from a different front panel. Both had 6 outputs, and were implemented in all-solid-state circuitry.
|665.3-1 AMC-101 Front view.||683.11-2 AMC-101 Oblique front view. Note different knob style on this unit.||665.3-4. AMC-101 rear view.|
|665.3-5 AMC-101 Top view.||683.11-2 AMC-102 Front view.|