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EF Johnson Transpeater III

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I recently obtained an EF Johnson Transpeater III. It has a couple different numbers on it that I am assuming are significant. On the front it has TR30-022 and on the back it has a Transcrypt TR30-1102 AC along with a29323.

I am looking for a manual for this device as I am not sure what the pin out configuration is for the DB9 connectors is.

Can anyone offer any help?

Here is a picture of a similar device except mine says EFJohnson at the top
 

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I was able to make contact at EF Johnson and they were able to locate the manual and pin-out diagram for the Transcrypt Transpeater TR30-022. I will attach these files to this post for others to enjoy.
 

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