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  Army Radio Sales Co. :: Russian Military Radios

  Russian Military Radios
Russian Military Radios

Russian Military Radios

LTC William L. Howard (Retd.)
By LTC William L. Howard (Retired)
E-Mail wlhoward@gte.net
Web Site http://www.wlhoward.com/enter.htm
About the Author

THE WILLIAM L. HOWARD ORDNANCE TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE MUSEUM
219 Harborview Lane, Largo, Florida 33770


Section ( I ) Russian Military Radios
Introduction
Russian Military Batteries " By Richard Walker "
Russian to English Electrical / Electronic Dictionary

Section ( II ) General Description of Tactical Radios
Patrol Radio
Company / Battalion Radio
Base / Fixed Station Radios
Special Purpose Radios
Armoured Vehicle Radios
Agent Radios
Radio Nomenclature Prior to and During W.W.II.
Russian State Security Organisations
Creation of the Mobile USW A-7 Radio Station
The R-607 Captured Soviet Naval Radio Station

Section ( III ) W.W.II. Period Radios 1935 to 1950, General Issue Tactical Radios
Patrol Radios

Company / Battalion Radios
6PK Set, ( British W.S. 18 and US BC 9 Radios Sets )
RB and RB 40 Sets
A-7, A-7-A, A-7-B Transmitter / Receiver with Chest
RB, RBM, RBM-1 and RBM-5 with accessories
V 100 Series

Base / Fixed Station Radios
RSB, RSB-BIS, RSB-F, US-P, RSB-5
Wireless Set RAF-KV, RAF KV 3
Wireless Receiver KV-M
Radio Direction Finder PKV-45

Special Purpose or Mission Radios
Belka Sever (North)
Belka M 2 Radio
Belka 4 TUD
RPO-4 - 1942
The Sever Radio

5SG3 Short Wave Receiver

Armoured Vehicle Radios
10 RT Tank Transceiver
Type 19 Wireless Transceiver
12 RTM Transceiver

Agent Radios
British No 48 set
Canadian H-15
Nabala
Beta
Prima
Tensor or Tenzor
Signal-3

Section ( IV ) Post W.W.II. Radios, The Cold War Era 1950 To 1973 General Issue Tactical Radios
Patrol Radios
R-116
R-126
R-352
R-147, R-148, R-159

Company / Battalion Radios
R-106
R-105, R-105D, R-105M
R-108M, R-109M, R-114
R-106

Base / Fixed Station Radios
R-102, R-103, R-104
R-104M
R-112
R-118, R-125
R-155A Brusnika Radio Station

R-250, R-250M, R-250M2
KMPU, KMPU-M
R-253 AM Receiver
R-311 AM Receiver
R-312 AM Receiver
R-313 AM Receiver
R-313M AM Receiver

R-313M2 Receiver
R-314 Receiver
R-375 HF/VHF Receiver

R-809 Radio
VOLNA-K General Purpose Marine Receiver
VOLNA-3 General Purpose Marine Receiver

Special Purpose or Mission Radios
R-309 Short Wave Receiver
R-310
R-350/OOAB
R-350M/OOAB

Granit Radio Set
R-855 Pilots Rescue Radio

Other Numbered sets that were patterned after German or US sets
R-671 Khmel
R-673
R-675
R-251
R-252
R-310
R-309
Amur
Kalina
R-352

Radio sets based on U.S. Lend Lease sets or captured U.S. Sets
Krot
KV
KV-M
KV-YA
RAT
Purga
Purga-45

Armoured Vehicle Radios
R-113 with R-120 Amplifier
R-123 and R-123M Transceivers

Agent Radios
Agent Radios
NKVD Sets
Beta Set
Suitcase Radios

BR3U Radio Set
Electron Radio Set

Pres Killer Suitcase Radio
Nabala
Zemlya Radio Set
Krot Radio Set

Section ( V ) Soviet Cold War Era Radios 1973 to Present, General Issue Tactical Radios
Patrol Radios
R-126

R-255 Paratrooper Radio
R-392

Company / Battalion Radios
R-107, R-107T, R-107D, R-107M
R-126 Man-Pack Transceiver
R-129 Man-Pack Transceiver

Base / Fixed Station Radios
R-102, R-118, R-140
R-102M
R-103M
R-104M
R-118 BM3 Radio Station
R-130 Vehicular Radio
R-137 Radio Truck

ZIL 131 Radio Truck
R-142
R-326
R-326M
R-401M / R 403
R-405
R-407
R-409

R-619 Marine / Navy Radio Station

Special Purpose or Mission Radios
R-131
R-143
R-353
R-354
R-374

R-394
R-394K
R-394KM

R399A HF Receiver
SEVEROK-K Radio Set
Agent Radios
Anchor Radios

Armoured Vehicle Radios
R-134
R-173 Transceiver / R-124 Intercom

Section ( VI ) Wire Communication In The Russian Army
Russian Army Wire Communication W.W.II to the Present Day
Field Telephone Communications Equipment

Section ( VII ) Conclusions
Miscellaneous Facts Not Covered Elsewhere
AM Versus FM, The Debate
Conclusions
Reference Sources And Acknowledgements

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