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Wavelength  10 cm 
Pulse Width  0.37 or 1 microsecond 
Pulse Repetition Frequency

650 Hz 
Power  65 kW 
Range  15 nautical miles (28 km) on lowflying bomber 20 nautical miles (37 km) on surface warships 5 nautical miles (9 km) on submarines 
Scan rate  12 rotations per minute 
Display 
5" MMPPI with 5, 20, 70 mile
(8, 30, and 110 km) range scales 
Accuracy  200 yards/2 degree 180 meters/2 degree 
Resolution  200 yards/2 degrees 180 meters/2 degrees 
Weight  420 lbs 190 kg 
Variants 
SO1, SO2, SO7, SO8, SO9,
SO11 and SO13 were all 10 cm sets that had slightly
different powers and ranges. SO3, SO4 and SO12 (CXBX) operated at 3 cm but were designed to be as much like the 10 cm sets as possible. SO7M was designed for use on Marine reconnaissance cars. 
Production:  525 SO and 587 SO13 between 19442 and 194411 2047 SO1 and 1700 SO8 by 194411 535 SO2 and 110 SO9 by 194411 350 SO4 by 194411 235 SO3 
References
Friedman
(1981)
Guerlac (1987)
LoneSentry.com (accessed 20101229)
Navy
History and Heritage Command (accessed 2010926)
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