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Racal
Racal Ltd. 1 was a British manufacturer of military electronics such as radios and cryptographic equipment. It was founded in 1950 and was once the 3rd largest electronics company in the UK. Over the years, Racal produced many different communications and cryptographic devices, with an increasing degree of sophistication. Some of their crypto-enabled products are listed below.


In 2000, Racal was sold to the French company Thomson-CSF (now: Thales), who continued part of the former Racal product line, which is still being developed in the UK. One example is the Gougar 2000 range of covert radios. After 2000 the name Racal has gradually disappeared.

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  1. Over the years Racal was known under many different names.


 
Racal encryption devices on this website
MA-4204 Voice Crypto Unit MA-4204 MA-4014B Audio Encryption Unit MA-4014B MA-4204 Voice Crypto Unit MA-4224 MA-4225 Portable Voice Encryption Unit MA-4225 MA-4420 Message Base Station (MEROD) MA-4420 MA-4450 Message entry device (MEROD) MA-4450 MA-4470 Voice Crypto Unit MA-4470 Racal MA-44741 Secure Phone Adapter MA-4471
Racal PRM-4515 Cougar handheld radio PRM-4515 Racal Cougar PRM-4735 body-wearable covert radio with voice encryption PRM-4735 Thales PRM-5120 Cougar covert radio with voice encryption PRM-5120 Digital voice encryptor MA-4777 Racal MA-4073 programmer and key filler MA-4073 Racal MA-4083C fill gun MA-4083 Racal MA-4778 Cougar DS-102 key fill interface MA-4778

 
Themes
Racal Cougar secure radios and ancillaries Cougar

 
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