Homepage
Crypto
Spy radio
Burst encoders
Intercept
Covert
Radio
RT-1439
RT-3600
SE-6861
PRC-319
SPIDER
R-142
SINCGARS
ZODIAC
TITAAN
BAMS
Clansman
Bowman
Yugoslavia
Selex PRR
PC
Telex
People
Agencies
Manufacturers
• • • Donate • • •
Kits
Shop
News
Events
Wanted
Contact
About
Links
   Logo (click for homepage)
Radio sets
Military-grade radio sets

This page contains a number of (military) radio sets. The list is by no means complete and only shows devices that contain, or are used in combination with, crypto equipment. It also shows radios that were used by Stay-Behind Networks (Gladio) and Special Forces (SF). For radios that were used for clandestine operations, please refer to the section on Spy Radios.

This section also describes a number of integrated (radio) communication systems that are commonly referred to on this website. Click any of the links below for further information or check out the Glossary. If you have additional information available, please contact us.
 
Military radios on this website
Close-up of the two control units: the EMU (left) and the frequency control unit (right) PRC-319 Perspective right view of the RT-1439/VRC SINCGARS Front view of the RT-1439/VRC RT-1439 AEG Telefunken SE-6861 HF radio, also known as LAPR SE-6861 Philips RT-3600 wideband VHF FM radio RT-3600 Philips RT-4600 wideband VHF FM radio RT-4600 Philips/HSA/Signaal VHF FM wideband military tactical manpack radio SPIDER The TACBE in the palm of a hand TACBE
Telefunken spy set FS-5000 FS-5000 Telefunken tactical radio family HF-7000 HF-7000 Russian R-152 radio station R-142 Yugoslav RU-2 and RU-2/2K manpack transceiver RU-2 Racal PRM-4515 Cougar handheld radio PRM-4515 Racal Cougar PRM-4735 body-wearable covert radio with voice encryption PRM-4735 Selex H4855 Personal Role Radio (PRR) PRR Selex H4855 ELSA Enhanced Encrypted Personal Role Radio (EZ-PRR) EZPRR

 
Integrated communication systems

Index of radio sets

Code systems

Further information

Any links shown in red are currently unavailable. If you like the information on this website, why not make a donation?
Crypto Museum. Created: Wednesday 21 March 2012. Last changed: Friday, 22 July 2016 - 11:01 CET.
Click for homepage