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  UFT-435

is a GDR radio, developed and built in the GDR for the airforce, but also was used by the Navy. The modern radio uses transistors anc integrated circuits. The housing is made of "Sconater".

It is very service friendly: the modules (called "cassettes") can be flipped out while in use.

It is meant as a portable radio; but also can be used mobile with accesories. In a floating container it can be transported on or under the water surface; this version is called "UFT 435-T".

Usually the radio used rechargeable NiCad- batteries; as special accessories a power supply or a battery box for A- cells can be ordered.

Frequency range:
45,6 ... 47,075 MHz

 


Technical datan:
Number of channels:
60
Channel spacing:
25 kHz
HF- output:
600 mW
Mode:
F3, Phase- modulation
Range:
5 .. 30 km
NF:
300 .. 4000 Hz
Squelch:
abschaltbar
Tone call:
1000 Hz +- 200 Hz
Sensitivity:
1,4 µV at 1000 Hz and 12 dB
Battery:
10 KC 3 P - TGL 22 807/08 12V / 3Ah
charging time 14 hrs
Operation:
12 hrs at 1 : 4 : 1 / transmitting : standby : receiving
PSU:
Voltage 12 or 24 V DC or
220 V / 50 Hz or 115 V / 427 Hz
Measurement and weight:
Transceiver + battery 220 x 105 x 330 mm; 6,1 kg
Whole wooden box 650 x 570 x 150 mm; 26 kg
Used until:
1989