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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 & P-108M & P-109M [CD-ROM Manual]
Instructions and Maintenance Manual For The Russian P-105M, P-108M, P-109M Radio Receiver-Transmitter

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 26 May 1905
Country: RUSSIA
Manual Language: Russian
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
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-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-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-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-311 [CD-ROM Manual]
Instruction Book And Technical Manual For The Russian P-311 Receiver

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 January 1969
Country: RUSSIA
Manual Language: Russian
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
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-323 [CD-ROM Manual]
Technical And Operators Manual For The Russian P-323 Communications Receiver

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 October 1973
Country: RUSSIA
Manual Language: Russian
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
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.
P-326M [CD-ROM Manual]
Operators And Technical Manual For The Russian P-326M HF Receiver with Digital LED type Display.

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: ########
Country: RUSSIA
Manual Language: Russian
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
P-375 [CD-ROM Manual]
Maintenance And Technical Manual For The Russian P-375 Communications Receiver

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: ########
Country: RUSSIA
Manual Language: Russian
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
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.
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.
Passive Oscilloscope Probe Type M-12X1
The Oscilloscope Probe Type M-12X1 is a miniature X1 passive probe intended for use with a wide range of oscilloscopes. These probes were manufactured to the highest specification in England for use in the military workshops and have a NATO Stock Number Z4-6625-99-726-2877. The probes modular construction facilitates simple field replacement of the major parts (see dismantling section below). The probe is supplied Brand New with a complete range of accessories.
£10.00 (Approximately US$ 12.80)
Personal Locator Beacon type ARI23237/1
Made by PYE Dynamics Limited, in England the Personal Locator Beacon type ARI23237/1 was mainly used by military pilots.

A personal locator beacon is a device that when activated automatically transmits a signal on a internationally monitored frequency. This emergency frequency is constantly monitored and should a beacon be heard, help is sent out to locate and rescue the person in trouble. That said the authorities would be extremely annoyed if the unit is activated by unauthorised people and for no good reason.

The PYE ARI23237/1 provides distress beacon and two way voice communications facilities on the 243 & 282.80 MHz military distress bands.

A rotary switch on top of the unit selects power on/off, Distress & Auxiliary Channels. The Auxiliary channel is on 282.80 MHz and is Speech only. The distress channel is on 243 MHZ and is the automatic Beacon or Speech. A volume control and a push button self test facility are also provided. The unit is powered by a 12 Volt battery not available and has a transmitting range of 3Km.

The unit is supplied in good looking condition with-out any accessories. The pull cords, battery, antenna or a manual are not available. Dimensions: 80mm x 90mm x 35mm, Weight: 0.5 Kg. NSN: 5821-99-630-9247.
£25.00 (Approximately US$ 32.00)
Philips RT-3600 45 Watt Dutch Army VHF Vehicle Transceiver, Complete Vehicle Setup
The RT-3600 is a Dutch Army wide band VHF transceiver operating in the 25-70 MHz band. The RT-3600 was made by Phillips Telecommunications Industry in Netherlands. Channel spacing is 50 kHz. Operating distance in open field is between 8 and 30 km. When used with the RF Amplifier ôAM-3600ö output power of up to 45 Watts can be achieved.
£585.00 (Approximately US$ 748.80)
Plessey PTR-1751 Airborne UHF/AM Transceiver
The PTR1751 is lightweight UHF military airborne transceiver designed to provide air-to-air and air-to-ground communications under severe electrical and environmental conditions. Used by RAF, British Army and Royal Navy, it is suitable for use in all types of helicopter and fixed-wind aircraft, and is intended primarily for air traffic control, but this role can be extended with optional extras to include homing and continuous AM reception on the international distress frequency of 243 MHz. The PTR1751 operates over the 225 to 399.975 MHz frequency range and provides 7000 channels at 25 kHz intervals throughout the range. The channel spacing is 50 kHz with 25 kHz spacing available as an option. The power output is 10 or 20 W minimum, under all conditions of operation. Part Number: 630/1/37851/119, Nato Number: 5821-99-778-7570. Weight 8Kg.
Portable Heterodyne Wave Meter Class D No.1 MkII /1
Self contained portable field instrument for calibration of British W.W.II. radio receivers and transmitters such as Wireless Set No. 18,19, etc. to a given frequency. Manufactured in 1943. Frequency range 1.9-8 Mhz in two ranges. Powered by external 6V battery. Accuracy +/- 2kHz. Supplied in good condition and includes Transit Case No. 7 and accessories.
PP-109, PP-112 [CD-ROM Manual]
Technical Manual For The PP-109 And PP-112 Power Supplies

Army Code: TM-11-5036
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 July 1954
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
PP-112/GRC 24 VDC Supply
For RT-66, RT-67, RT-68 transceivers provide all the voltages from 24 VDC @6.5 Amp input.
£50.00 (Approximately US$ 64.00)
PP-7913/URC [CD-ROM Manual]
Operation And Maintenance Instructions With Illustrated Parts Breakdown (Organizational/Intermediate) Power Supply PP-7913/URC

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: TO-35C1-2-892-1
Manual Date: 23 July 1985
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
PPS-4 [CD-ROM Manual]
Operators And Organizational Maintenance Manual For Radar Set AN/PPS-4

Army Code: TM-11-5840-211-12
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 April 1960
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
PRC-10 Receiver/Transmitter
Radio set AN/PRC-10, frequency range 38.0 to 54.9 MHz, Super-Heterodyne FM Receiver / Transmitter. Man-Pack or Vehicular fixed station operation.1 Watt transmitter Output. Uses 16 miniature wire ended tubes. Power requirements 1.5V, 6V, 67.5V, 135V powered by BA-279 battery.

The AN/PRC-10 is part of a family of radios AN/PRC-8, AN/PRC-9, and AN/PRC-10 which were used as a squad radio by US Army in Korea and Vietnam Wars and by many NATO countries. Made in USA in 1950's and 60's, each radio had a different frequency range.

AN/PRC-8 >>>> 20.0 to 27.9 MHz
AN/PRC-9 >>>> 27.0 to 38.9 MHz
AN/PRC-10 >>>> 38.0 to 54.9 MHz

The PRC-10 is supplied in good working condition Grade 2 with the Battery Box, but no other accessories. H-33/PT Handset is available separately.
PRC-127 [CD-ROM Manual Bundle]
Operators Manual For Radio Set AN/PRC-127

Army Code: TM-11-5820-1048-110
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 January 1991
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Unit, Direct Support And General Support Maintenance Manual (Including Repair Parts And Special Tools List) For Radio Set AN/PRC-127

Army Code: TM-11-5820-1048-24
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 15 April 1990
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£15.00 (Approximately US$ 19.20)
PRC-25 [CD-ROM Manual Bundle]
Recoverability Code (A) For Models In AN/VRC-12 Series, ANTTC-38(*), AN/PRC-25 And AN/PRC-77

Army Code: SB-11-660
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 15 September 1991
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Operators And Organizational Maintenance Manual Including Repair Parts And Special Tools List For Radio Set AN/PRC-25 (Including Receiver-Transmitter Radio RT505/PRC-25)

Army Code: TM-11-5820-398-12
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 November 1965
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Field And Depot Maintenance Manual For Radio Set AN/PRC-25

Army Code: TM-11-5820-398-35
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 08 January 1963
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Organizational Maintenance Repair Parts And Special Tools Lists For Receiver-Transmitter, Radio RT-505/PRC-25

Army Code: TM-11-5820-497-20P
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 March 1979
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Direct Support And General Support Maintenance Repair Parts And Tolls List (Including Depot Maintenance Repair And Special Tools) For Receiver -Transmitter Radio RT-505/PRC-25

Army Code: TM-11-5820-497-34P
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 April 1979
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£15.00 (Approximately US$ 19.20)
PRC-316 DC Power Supply
Power Supply for the British PRC-316 radio. It powers the radio from 12VDC. NATO Part Number 5820-99-106-2476.
PRC-316 [CD-ROM Manual]
User Handbook For The UK/PRC-316 Lightweight HF Radio Station A-16

Army Code: 26/Manuals/4336
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 November 1968
Country: ENGLAND
Manual Language: English
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
PRC-349 External PSU Connector
The Power supply connector / adaptor for the PRC-349. Fits as a normal battery pack and allows the radio to be connected to an external 12 VDC PSU or battery. NATO Part Number 6625-99-649-5584. Supplied in New condition.
£12.50 (Approximately US$ 16.00)
PRC-349 Module 5
PRC-349 brand new spare Discriminator Module number 5. NATO Part Number 5820-99-643-8404.
£12.50 (Approximately US$ 16.00)
PRC-47 [CD-ROM Manual]
Operator's and Organizational Maintenance Manual [Including Repair Parts And Special Tools List] For Radio Set AN/PRC-47

Army Code: TM-11-5820-509-12
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 July 1974
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
PRC-6 Crystal Pair
Crystals for the American PRC-6 sold as matched pairs. (No choice on Frequency).
£10.00 (Approximately US$ 12.80)
PRC-6 [CD-ROM Manual Bundle]
Radio Set AN/PRC-6 Field Maintenance Manual

Army Code: TM-11-4069
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: TO-16-30PRC6-5
Manual Date: 01 June 1952
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Operational And Organizational Maintenance Manual For The AN/PRC-6 Radio Set

Army Code: TM-11-296
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 September 1955
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
PRC-6/6 Crystal Storage Box
Empty crystal storage box for the German PRC-6/6.
£10.00 (Approximately US$ 12.80)
PRC-6/6 Miniature Tube Set
Spare Tubes for the German PRC-6/6 radio. This set include the following miniature tubes in new condition.4* DF61, 2* 1AD4, 1* 5672, 1* 5678, 1* 6397. Total 9 tubes.
£23.50 (Approximately US$ 30.08)
PRC-600 & PRC-601 [CD-ROM Manual]
User Manual For The PRC-600 & PRC-601 HF-SSB Radio Set

Army Code: S-065-000-TME-101
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 August 1982
Country: BELGIUM
Manual Language: English
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
PRC-600 RT-601 Man Pack HF Radio
Similar to a PRC-2000 Made by M.B.L.E. HF Transmitter / Receiver, USB, NBCW, CW, AM, Fully synthesised, Mobile back-pack radio, has rechargeable batteries 14.4 Volts, or external power. Supplied with back pack harness, remote control with cable, batteries, hand set and antenna.
PRC-64 [CD-ROM Manual]
Operator, Organizational, DS, GS, And Depot Maintenance Manual Including Repair Parts And Special Tools Lists For Radio Set AN/PRC-64A

Army Code: TM-11-5820-552-15
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 November 1970
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£15.00 (Approximately US$ 19.20)
PRC-68 U.S. Marine Corps Radio
The AN/PRC-68 was first introduced in the 1970's and was used by the U.S. Marine Corps. The radio is a small lightweight hand held device working in the VHF frequency band of 30-79.95 Mhz. Frequency Synthesizer operation with ten preset channels that can be programmed using internal selector switches. The design was so successful that it lead to the development of other radios in the series such as PRC-PRC-126, PRC-128 and PRC-136. The PRC-68 is probably the first military radio to use a Synthesizer Chip and is completely solid state and has built in battery saving features. Using discrete components and a modular construction the radio is easy to serviced.

The radio has a built in speaker / Microphone, Volume control and Squelch facility. External audio connector is also provided to allow operation with a H-138, H-139 and H-250 Handsets. The radio can be used with a short or long antenna and operates from a 15 Volt battery not available.

The PRC-68 radio is supplied in good working condition Grade 2 and includes the carry pouch and short antenna.

Specifications:
Frequency Range: 30.000 MHz - 79.95 MHz
Available Channels: 1000 possible Channels, 50 Khz steps
Minimum Channel Spacing: 50 kHz
Preset Channels: 10 Channels
Modulation: Frequency Modulation (FM)
Power Output: 1 Watt
Frequency Control: Built-in Synthesizer
Frequency Stability: 0.005 percent
Sensitivity: 0.5 microvolts for 10 dB SINAD
Squelch: Carrier operated, also sends out 150Hz tone
Operating Temperature: -40 C to +65 C
Weight with Battery: 1.3 kg
Size: 212 x 96 x 38.6 mm
Approximate Range: 2 Km with long antenna, 500 meters with short antenna
£245.00 (Approximately US$ 313.60)
PRC-68 [CD-ROM Manual Bundle]
Hand Receipt Manual Covering Contents Of Components Of End Item (COEI), Basic Issue Items (BII), And Additional Authorization List (AAL) For Radio Sets AN/PRC-68

Army Code: TM-11-5820-882-10-HR
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 14 October 1980
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Technical Manual Organizational And Direct Support Maintenance Manual For Radio Set AN/PRC-68

Army Code: TM-11-5820-882-23
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 18 January 1981
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Organizational, Direct Support Maintenance, Repair Parts and Special Tools Lists (Including Depot Maintenance Repair Parts and Special Tools) For Radio Set AN/PRC-68

Army Code: TM-11-5820-882-23P
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 13 January 1982
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£15.00 (Approximately US$ 19.20)
PRC-77 Back-Pack VHF Radio
The AN/PRC-77 is a light weight Synthesised VHF man-pack radio. Solid state construction with 2 Watts power output. The radio provides 920 channels in 2 VHF frequency bands 30-52.95 MHz, and 53-75.95 MHz FM. These PRC-77 Radios have a channel spacing of 25 KHz. Requires 12.5-15 Volts DC @800 ma. Frequency selection by front panel knobs, frequency display by digital mechanical read-out.

The radio is supplied in good tested condition and includes the battery box with D Size Battery Adapter, Back-Pack and H-189 Handset, but no antenna!
£325.00 (Approximately US$ 416.00)
PRC-77 Parts and Modules, NOS New Old Stock Original American Parts
Here we have a bunch of PRC-77 Modules and spare parts. These are all in NOS New Old Stock condition and are original American made parts made by Napco and Associated Industries & Equipment in USA. Once these parts are gone, that's it, there would be no more available.

Below is a list of the PRC-77 modules and the quantities available. These modules are for bulk purchase only, they are not available in single units. Please email for prices and details.
PRC-77 [CD-ROM Manual Bundle]
Operators And Organizational Maintenance Manual Including Repair Parts List For Radio Set AN/PRC-77

Army Code: TM-11-5820-667-12
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: ########
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Operators And Organizational Maintenance Manual Including Repair Parts And Special Tools List For Radio Set AN/PRC-77

Army Code: TM-11-5820-667-35
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: ########
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£20.00 (Approximately US$ 25.60)
PRC-8, PRC-9, PRC-10 [CD-ROM Manual Bundle]
Organizational Maintenance Manual for Radio Sets AN/PRC-8, -8A,-9, -9A,-10, -10A and -28

Army Code: TM-11-5820-292-20
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: TO-31R2-2PRC-172
Manual Date: 20 October 1961
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Manual for Radio Sets AN/PRC-8, -9 and -10

Army Code: TM-11-612
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: ########
Manual Date: 01 September 1951
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Operation and Organizational Maintenance Manual for Radio Sets AN/PRC-8, -8A,-9, -9A, -10 and -10A

Army Code: TM-11-612A
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: TO-31R2-2PRC-101
Manual Date: 01 December 1954
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£10.50 (Approximately US$ 13.44)
PRC-9 Receiver/Transmitter
Radio set AN/PRC-9, frequency range 27.0 to 38.9 MHz, Super-Heterodyne FM Receiver / Transmitter. Man-Pack or Vehicular fixed station operation.1 Watt transmitter Output. Uses 16 miniature wire ended tubes. Power requirements 1.5V, 6V, 67.5V, 135V powered by BA-279 battery.

The AN/PRC-9 is part of a family of radios AN/PRC-8, AN/PRC-9, and AN/PRC-10 which were used as a squad radio by US Army in Korea and Vietnam Wars and by many NATO countries. Made in USA in 1950's and 60's, each radio had a different frequency range.

AN/PRC-8 >>>> 20.0 to 27.9 MHz
AN/PRC-9 >>>> 27.0 to 38.9 MHz
AN/PRC-10 >>>> 38.0 to 54.9 MHz

These PRC-9's are supplied in good complete untested condition Grade 3 with a Battery Box which may be slightly corroded. No other accessories is supplied with the radio set. The H-33/PT Handset, antenna rod may be available separately.
PRC6-6 German Six Channel Receiver - Transmitter
Six channel German Army version of American PRC-6 radio. The PRC-6/6 is a portable VHF radio with a operational Frequency of 47-55.4 MHz, FM, 250 mw Output, uses miniature tubes, crystal controlled, requires 1.5,45, and 90VDC to operate. Supplied complete in good working order with Canvas Strap, Tape Antenna and one crystal.
Pressure Indicator
These were removed from British Military aircraft's. They indicate pressure in PSI (Pounds per Square Inch) and the scale is market from 20 to 0 X100, with the indicator needle starting at 20.
£18.00 (Approximately US$ 23.04)
PSM-37 [CD-ROM Manual Bundle]
Technical Manual, Operation And Maintenance Instructions For Multimeter AN/PSM-37 Part Number 4D-3573

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: TO-33A1-12-933-11
Manual Date: 01 September 1979
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Technical Manual, Illustrated Parts Breakdown For Multimeter AN/PSM-37 Part Number 4D-3573

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: TO-33A1-12-933-14
Manual Date: 01 September 1979
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Technical Manual, Calibration Procedure For Multimeters

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: TO-33K1-4-141-1
Manual Date: 15 July 1994
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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Technical Manual, Operation And Maintenance Instructions For Multimeter AN/PSM-37 Part Number 910

Army Code: ########
Navy Code: ########
Air-Force Code: TO-33A1-12-933-1
Manual Date: 31 January 1976
Country: USA
Manual Language: English
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£15.00 (Approximately US$ 19.20)