is a German handheld radio.
It succeeds the SEM-52S, (issued in 1984). As modern radio it can transmit as well
voice as data.
To transmit voice a built-in loudspeaker / microfone is used. ( as in SEM-52S ).
An external microfone also can be connected.
To use the whisper-mode: the microfone sensitivity can be increased by 12 dB.
A lot of accessories were made for this model: ( computer for programming,
car mounting, various antennas etc.), so the usage is very widespread.
The SEM-52SL is the most recent handy portable of the German Army. As a comparison
pictures are shown of
all known solid state SEM military handhelds ,
(also the known prototypes).
Programming the SEM-52SL:
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- Frequency range:
- 30 ... 87.975 MHz
- Standard is 46 ... 66 MHz
- 64 ... 88 MHz may be ordered.
- HF output:
- usually: 1 W; 0.3 ... 2 W may be chosen
- Channel spacing:
- usually: 25 kHz; 12.5 kHz and 20 kHz may be chosen
- Operated by:
- backlighted LCD
- Frequency chosen:
- preset channels oder manually
- F3 (FM) or F1D (Data) up to 16 kbit;
- in simplex, semi-duplex or mixed mode
- 0.3 µV / 10 db
- 8 ... 15 V
- AA-cells, NiCad- Block, Lithium- Block
- Voice or 150 Hz-Tone or squelch off
- L 202 x B 88 x H 36 mm
- 630 gr
- In service since: