Military RT320-L Transmitter Receiver Radio
Military RT320-L Transmitter Receiver Radio. A device that is good for parts or repair has not been tested. You get what you see in the picture. Clansman is the name of a combat net radio system (CNR) used by the British Army from 1976 to 2010. Clansman was developed by the Signals Research and Development Establishment (SRDE) in the 1960s, to satisfy a General Staff Requirement (GSR) laid down in 1965. Built by Racal, Mullard Equipment Ltd (MEL) and Plessey, Clansman represented a considerable advance over existing radios being offered to the Armed Forces at the time. It replaced the aging Larkspur radio system, and proved to be more flexible, reliable and far lighter. The technological advances achieved in the design of Clansman allowed the introduction of Single SideBand (SSB) operation and Narrow Band Frequency Modulation (NBFM) to forward area combat net radio for the first time. Clansman was in use by British forces from the late 1970s and saw service in most recent UK military operations. It was replaced in the mid-2000s by the new Bowman communication system.
Nowadays, in the hands of the amateur radio enthusiast, much of this equipment can enjoy a second life.. The PRC-320 covers many current amateur HF bands from 2MHz up to 30MHz. Frequency Range: 2 - 29.999 MHz. Number of Channels: 280,000. Power consumption: Receiving 175 mA...
Transmit - Low HF output 1.2 A High HF output. Battery: 24 V NiCad or Alkaline 5A/H, or 1A/H. Operating Temperature Range: -37 to + 50C (plus solar radiation) storage: -40 to + 65? Operating Altitude: 2500 meters, Transport: 7500 meters, Immersion: 1 meter for 2 hours. The item "Military RT320-L Transmitter Receiver Radio" is in sale since Tuesday, October 9, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Surplus\Radios". The seller is "militaryshop13" and is located in Nis. This item can be shipped worldwide.