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P-147N Receiver
The Russian P-147N is a very small 4 channel Crystal Controlled short range VHF FM receiver. It was used as a manpack set for Platoon communications. Frequency range 44.0-51.8MHz in 100kHz. 100kHz channel spacing. Fully transistorised with thick film technology. Powered by 6-7.5V rechargeable battery or external 9V dry batteries. Sizes 58 * 45 * 126mm.
£95.00 (Approximately US$ 121.60)
P-126 Receiver/Transmitter
The Russian P-126 is a small short range VHF FM transceiver. Manufactured in 1962 it is a ruggedly constructed light weight battery operated radio. It was used by Russian and East German Army's as a manpack set for short range Platoon to Company communications.
£105.00 (Approximately US$ 134.40)
P-158 Receiver/Transmitter
The Russian P-158 is a fully transistorised short range VHF FM transceiver. It was used as a manpack set for Platoon to Company communications. Frequency range 30.000-79.975MHz, channel spacing 25kHz. Modulation FM R/T. Output power is approximately 2 Watts. Powered by a rechargeable battery.
P-407M Receiver/Transmitter
The Russian P-407M is a single channel full duplex 2 or 4 wire radio-relay station using tubes. Frequency range 52-60MHz, channel spacing 50kHz. Modulation FM R/T. Output Power 1 Watt. AF bandwidth 0.3-3.4 kHz. Ringing tone 30-50Hz. Powered by two 2.4V rechargeable batteries.
RWA-72M Geiger Counter
Russian made Geiger Counter, used by East German Army. With German writing, operates from a 6V rechargeable battery Not Supplied.
£52.00 (Approximately US$ 66.56)
P-105D, P-108D, P-109D Receiver/Transmitter
The P-105D, P-108D, and P-109D family of manpack transceivers were manufactured in the early 50's and used by Russian and East German armies to provide radio communication within the Division at all levels down to Company HQ, Infantry and Artillery. Operating in one continuous band, output power is approximately 1.2 Watts. Modulation FM. Power is provided by two sets of 2.4V rechargeable batteries. Supplied brand new and un-issued with full accessories kit, complete with original wooden transportation crate, available while stocks last.
P-105M Receiver/Transmitter
The P-105M transceiver was developed in the early 60's as a replacement for the P-105D family of manpack transceivers. Used by Russian and East German armies, primarily by Infantry for Company to Battalion communication. Operating in one continuous band and output power of approximately 1 Watt. Modulation FM. Powered by two sets of 2.4V rechargeable batteries. Supplied brand new and un-issued with full accessories kit, complete with original wooden transportation crate, available while stocks last.
P-107 Receiver/Transmitter
The P-107 is a VHF Manpack FM transceiver designed for communications up to company level. Frequency range 20-52 Mhz, channel spacing 25kHz. 1231 Channels in two bands, Band One 20-36 MHz and Band Two 36-52 Mhz. It has both continuous tune and pre-set capability with up to four pre-set frequencies. The set has a power output of 1 Watt and a range of 6 kilometres ( 3.75 miles ) with a whip antenna 6-8 Km ( 3.75 - 5 miles ) with a combined rod antenna and 12 - 25 Km ( 9.4 to 15.6 miles ) with a travelling wave antenna. The set can be used as a radio relay station and can be remotely operated by using standard field telephones. Power for the set is supplied by two rechargeable KNP-20 2.4V batteries.
P-123M Tank Set
Frequency range 20-51.5 Mhz, 25 Khz channel spacing, 25 Watts output. Can be continually tuned over the entire frequency range, or one of four pre-set frequencies. The set is capable of transmitting over a range of 16 to 55 Km (10 to 35 miles) depending on the type of antenna. Requires 26VDC to operate.
P-809M2 Receiver/Transmitter
The Russian P-809M2 is a fully transistorised portable Ground to Air VHF AM transceiver. Frequency range 100-149.975 MHz in 25kHz steps, channel spacing 25kHz. Modulation AM. Output power is approximately 0.5 Watt. Powered by 12V rechargeable battery or AC power supply.
10PT-12 Russian W.W.II. Russian Tank Receiver
Receiver section from a 10 RT Tank Radio Station, used in T-34, and KV heavy Tanks. Frequency range 3.75-6 Mhz.
P-323 Receiver
Russian P-323 is a self-contained triple conversion VHF communications receiver using miniature tubes. Manufactured in the late 50's, it was used either as a manpack or fitted in to vehicles for intercept and monitoring purposes. AM, CW and FM. Frequency range 20-100 MHz in four bands. Continuously tuneable within the band it has a unique mechanical projection tuning scale were the frequency read-out is projected optically on to a glass screen. The receiver is powered by two 1.2V rechargeable batteries fitted in a compartment at the back or by external AC Power Supply for 110-220 VAC operation.
P-326 Receiver
Russian P-326 is a self-contained HF communications receiver using miniature tubes. Manufactured in the late 50's, it was used either as a manpack or fitted in to vehicles for intercept and monitoring purposes. AM and CW. Frequency range 1-20 MHz in six bands. Continuously tuneable within the band it has a unique mechanical projection tuning scale were the frequency read-out is projected optically on to a glass screen. The receiver is powered by two 1.2V rechargeable batteries fitted in a compartment at the back or by external AC Power Supply for 110-220 VAC operation.
R-4 Receiver
1.5 - 12.5 Mhz, with PSU.
Collins PRC-515 / RU-20 Yugoslav Peoples Army HF/SSB Radio Station
RU-20 is ex-Yugoslav Peoples Army HF/SSB radio station manufactured by RIZ Zagreb factory (ex Yugoslavia) under licence from Rockwell Collins of Canada (original Collins model designation is PRC-515) for combat use.

The equipment operates in the 2 to 30 MHz band with 100Hz spacing. Selection is by decade push down switches that control a synthesizer. Modes of operation SSB (LSB, USB), AM and CW.

A transmitter output power of 20 W PEP working into a whip antenna gives the RU-20 a ground-wave communications range in excess of 20 km by day under normal conditions.

The RU-20 is suitable for use as a ground station, working into static ground- or sky-wave antennas. Working into a dipole or end-fed antenna, sky-wave communications at ranges from 50 to 2000 km or greater can be achieved. This range performance is due in part to the high-grade receiver and high efficiency built in automatic antenna-tuning unit, which is integral with the transmitter/receiver unit. The radio is carried on the operator's back. It is powered by rechargeable 25.2V/1.8Ah NiCd batteries.

The equipment and accessories are supplied in very good condition, tested and operational. Please choose from accessories options below.
M-63 Yugoslav Peoples Army Field Telephone
The M-63 is the Ex-Yugoslav Peoples Army Field telephone.
Range using D-10 two wire cable between two M-63 telephones up to 30km.
Range between radio and M-63 field telephone in remote radio operating role using D-10 two wire cable up to 10km. The M-63 Field Telephone Rings the other phone using the hand crank and operates with two D batteries for power.
RU-2/1 Yugoslav Peoples Army VHF Radio Station
The RU-2/1 is a ex-Yugoslav Peoples Army VHF radio starion. The radio is a low power portable VHF (FM) Radio, made by RUDI CAJAVEC, from Banja Luka (Ex Yugoslavia). The RU-2/1 has been designed to provide command communications at battalion and company level. It was also used in vehicles and by mounted troops. The RU2/1 replaced the older RUP-12 ex-Yugoslav peoples army VHF radio.

Frequency Range 30 to 69.95 MHz in 50 Khz steps. The desired frequency is set by 3 knobs on the front plate of the radio.

The radio is powered by a standard JNA 12V/6aH battery pack. It can also be powered externally from 12V Vehicle power supply.

The RU-2/1 and accessories are supplied in very good condition, tested and operational. Please choose from accessories options below.
RUP-15 Yugoslav Peoples Army HF/SSB radio station
The RUP-15 is ex-Yugoslav Peoples Army HF/SSB radio station designed by RIZ Zagreb factory (ex Yugoslavia) for combat use.

The radio operates in the 2 to 12 MHz band with 100Hz spacing and provides SSB (LSB), AM and CW facilities. Frequency Selection is by decade knobs, which control a synthesizer.

A transmitter output power of 15 W PEP working into a whip antenna gives the RUP-15 a ground-wave communications range in excess of 20 km by day under normal conditions.

The RUP-15 is suitable for use as a ground station, working into static ground- or sky-wave antennas. Working into a dipole or end-fed antenna, sky-wave communications at ranges from 50 to 1500 km or greater can be achieved. This range performance is due in part to the high-grade receiver and high efficiency manual antenna-tuning unit, which is integral with the transmitter/receiver unit. The radio is carried on the operator's back. It is powered by rechargeable 12V Ag/Zn batteries of 20Ah capacity.

The equipment and accessories are supplied in very good condition, tested and operational. Please choose from accessories options below.
Russian Radio Antenna Mast Base
Clamp on antenna mast base as used with Russian P-105D, P-108D, P-109D series of radios when mounted on a vehicle or a Ural military motorbike with side car.
£29.50 (Approximately US$ 37.76)
Russian KH-24 / 2NK24 - 2.5 Volt 24Ah Nickel Iron Battery
The KH-24 (2NK24) Battery is a 2.5 Volt 24Ah Nickel Iron Battery, used with the R-105D, R-108D, R-109D, R-407 as well as other Russian portable radio sets. Dimensions 120*65*185mm.

The battery is supplied without electrolyte and must be filled before charging. Electrolyte is a solution of Potassium Hydroxide in distilled water with a small amount of Lithium Hydroxide. Electrolyte density 1.2 g/ml. Normal charging rate, 3.3 Amp for 6 hours. Supplied in new and un-issued condition dated 1971, untested.
£18.50 (Approximately US$ 23.68)
Russian KN-13 / HK-13 - 1.25 Volt 14Ah Nickel Iron Battery
The KN-13 or HK-13 battery is a 1.25 Volt 14 Ah Nickel Iron Battery, used with the P-323 and P-326 as well as other Russian portable radio sets. Dimensions 80*30*120mm.

The battery is supplied without electrolyte and must be filled before charging. Electrolyte is a solution of Potassium Hydroxide in distilled water with a small amount of Lithium Hydroxide. Electrolyte density 1.2 g/ml. Normal charging rate, 2.3 Amp for 6 hours. Supplied in new and un-issued condition dated 1971, untested.
£15.50 (Approximately US$ 19.84)
Russian KNP-20 / HKN-20 2.4 Volts 20Ah Russian Battery
The KNP-20 or HKN-20 is a Nickel Iron battery and are welded together in two's and produce 2.4 Volts 20Ah. Size 80*60*120mm.

Used with the Russian R-107 and other radios. The battery is supplied without electrolyte and must be filled before charging. Electrolyte is a solution of Potassium Hydroxide in distilled water with a small amount of Lithium Hydroxide. Electrolyte density 1.16 g/ml. Normal charging rate, 4 Amp for 6 hours. New and un-issued dated 1983, untested.
CUA-12 Battery For Russian P-126 Radios
The CUA-12 accumulators are used with the P-126 series of Receivers. 1.5 Volt 12 Amp Hours, Silver Zinc cells supplied without electrolyte and must be filled before charging. Charge rate is 1.2 Amp for 12 hours. Made in Bulgaria, new and unissued dated 1974, untested.
£13.00 (Approximately US$ 16.64)