SEM 52-AA very detailed description of the SEM-52A can be found in
is a German handheld radio of low power with six channels. It was developed to replace
the outdated PRC-6/6. Its strange looking headset makes it an almost hands free radio ( only the PTT must be pushed. )
Besides, all the surrounding noise can be heard. Though the headset was developed for the army, the soldiers
never grew accustomed to it. Thus SEM52-A was replaced after a rather short period by SEM-52S.
digital display was developed but not accepted).
co-operate with: RT-68, RT-70, RT-110,
PRC-6/6, PRC-10, FSE-38-58,
SEM-25, SEM-35, SEM-52S, SEM 70, SEM 80, SEM 90.
Alan Tasker's article
- Frequency range:
47.0... 56.975 MHz
- Mass + weights:
- Radio: 180 x 85 x 36 mm; 0.65 kg.
- Transmitting power
- 0.2 Watts, FM
- Type of traffic:
- Frequency selection:
- 6 channels from 400 possible
adjustable. For channels 1 to 4 there are 24 removable trays; 4
trays are in a container.
- Spot frequencies:
- Channel 5: 47.8 MHz, channel 6: 55.5 MHz.
- 0.5 µV with signal-to-noise ratio of 20 dB
- 6 AA cells or batteries.
head set, antenna, carrying bag.
- Year of issue: