AN/PRC-152 On HF it is compatible with Sincgars radios;
On tactical bands it can be used for security ourposes and connections to airplanes;
In the UHF bands it is used to connect to military airplanes, and
and also in the UHF range it serves the tactical satellite communication.
is a multiband multipurpose handy portable.
It belongs to the Falcon III © radio - series , built by Harris ©.
As a versatile and light radio, it combines several radios in one:
The AN/PRC-152(V)2(C) ia an extended version with builz-in 12-channel GPS receiver,
this version has a second short antenna.
An exact description would be too comprehensive.
Besides, I do not want to violate any copyrights.
Please use the numerous publications in the net.
- Frequency range:
- 30 .. 512 MHz
The radio here is a scaled amateur radio replica.
It is bulit by Tri ahd has the following frequencies:
67 ... 108 MHz (receive only)
136 ... 174.995 MHz (transmit and receive)
350 ... 390.995 MHz (receive only)
400 ... 479.995 MHz (transmit and receive)
480 ... 520.995 MHz (receive only)
It uses all possibilities of a modern handy portable, like for example split frequencies
or CTCSS subtones.
Technical data AN/PRC-152 (extracts):
- HF- output:
- 100 mW .. 5 W
- Programmable channels:
- AM, FM, Sincgars single channel, frequency hopping, PSK
- Frequency steps:
- 5 and 6.25 kHz
- Data transmission:
- Synchronous 8 and 16 kb/sec
- Asynchronous up to 4800 baud
- 2 Antennas:
- 30 .. 90 MHz
- 30 .. 512 MHz
- Submerging depth:
- Maritime version 20 m
- Normal version 2 m
- Measurements without antenna:
- 214 x 67 x 39 mm