was built in 1990 in Bulgaria for the Warsaw Pact. It should replace the R-392, but it was issued no more.
It was meant for members of the GRU (military news agency) and Speznaz (special units).
A wooden case contains the complete station. Three batteries belong to the set, providing a long uptime.
Two different antennas belong to the set: a Kulikoff, and a short thick antenna, very unusual in this shape.
The case also contains a carrying appliance, a headset, a manual with schematics, and papers for maintenance.
The type of charger is not mentioned.
- Frequency range:
- 30 ... 79.9875 MHz
- HF- output:
- 2 or 1 W
- Frequency steps:
- 25 kHz
- 1 µV
- Power consumption:
- Transmitting 200 mA, receiving 100 mA