This radio was one of the first Soviet portable radios of the post war period.
It has three tubes, and needs a dry battery with three voltages.
It was used in many countries of the Warsaw Pact, also in the GDR from Soviet production.
Radios and batteries are in one housing. The transceiver is welded in, and must be welded out for repair.
It is assumed that the R-126 is the successor.
- Frequency range:
- 48.65 .. 51.30 Mhz
- HF- output:
- 60 mW
- Channel spacing:
- 294 kHz
- 1 km
- 6 mV
- Operating time:
- 12 .. 18 hrs at receiving / transmitting 3:1
- Type Kulikoff, 1.5m long
- Tubes: 3:
- 2 pcs. 2SH27L and 1 pc. 2P29P
- Dry battery BANSS-18M with 1.5, 3 and 100V
- Measurements and weight:
- 300 x 140 x 65 mm, 4.2 kg