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ANTENTOP- 01- 2017 # 021

History of the Squad Radio



History of the Squad Radio






History of the Squad Radio


So, how this it was beginning? I am sure that lots of hams do not any imagine of the first handie talkie portable radio... For this time of MOTOROLLA, KENWOOD, ICOM (and so on) we completely forget the fairly days when almost every country made the own military handie talkie portable radio. The report describes some of the ancient mobile devices.



Requirement for Radio Set AN/PRC-6 were formally stated in March 1945 Intended primarily as a replacement for Radio Set SCR- 536, the PRC-6 was to be used as a means of communication between foot troops of the most forward elements (company platoon) and between infantry and close support armored elements. This new set had to be compatible with Radio Sets SCR- 300 and GRC- 3 through 8 (B) and had to have a range of 300 yards in jungle and 1 mile in rolling terrain.


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