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AN/PRC-77 RT-841

AN/PRC-77 RT-841; MILITARY U.S. (ID = 1596958) Military AN/PRC-77 RT-841; MILITARY U.S. (ID = 1597174) Military
AN/PRC-77 RT-841; MILITARY U.S. (ID = 1597175) Military  
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AN/PRC-77 RT-841; MILITARY U.S. (ID = 1596958) Military
MILITARY U.S.: AN/PRC-77 RT-841 [Military] ID = 1596958 933x679
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For model AN/PRC-77 RT-841, MILITARY U.S. (different makers for same model)
 
Country:  United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:  MILITARY U.S. (different makers for same model)
Year: 1968 ? Category: Military Equipment
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) Semiconductors present.
Main principle Transceiver
Wave bands VHF incl. FM and/or UHF (see notes for details)
Details
Power type and voltage Dry Batteries / 15 Volt
Loudspeaker - For headphones or amp.
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: AN/PRC-77 RT-841 - MILITARY U.S. different makers
Material Metal case
Shape Portable set > 8 inch (also usable without mains)
Dimensions (WHD) 280 x 100 x 280 mm / 11 x 3.9 x 11 inch
Notes

AN/PRC-77 Manpack radio: Manpack transceiver covering 30-52,95 MHz (Band A) / 53-75,95 MHz (Band B), 920 channels with 50 kHz channel spacing, FM (F3), output power 1 - 3 W, standard and subaudio tone (150 Hz) operated squelch.

The PRC-77 system consists of RT-841 transceiver, AT-271A/PRC 10 foot (3.0 m) whip antenna or short AT-892/PRL-24 metal tape antenna. On vehicles used with AT271A/PRC vehicle whip antenna.

Powered from BA-386/PRC-25 15 volts DC battery or OA-3633 vehicle mount power supply with integrated speaker, operated from 24 volts car battery. Together with the car mount power supply, the set is refeerd as Radio Set AN/VRC-64.

The system was produced by several U.S. manufacturers and also by Tadiran, Israel.

The set was used by U.S. Army in Vietnam and several other armed forces, in Switzerland it carried the designation SE-227.

It was the successor of the AN/PRC-25 and was later replaced in the U.S. by the AN/PRC-119A.

Net weight (2.2 lb = 1 kg) 11.5 kg / 25 lb 5.3 oz (25.33 lb)

Model page created by Martin Bösch. See "Data change" for further contributors.



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