Mk.II - Infantry / Artillery manpack VHF FM
transceiver. 27.0…32.0 MHz, F3, 1W output. Powered
by BAS-80 dry batteries (2 pcs) and 2NKN-10
rechargeable battery. Manufactured from early 1944
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any of A-7-A radios, this version of A-7-A had 9
valves inside. In our Extended Classification of
"A-7 Family" Radios it is described in
Features: Tuning dial made of bakelite.
"Call" (Vyzov) push-button at the very
left followed by "Feedback Adjustment" (Obratnaya
Sviaz) and "Filament Adjustment" (Nakal)
radio has two meters - one in the center to check
filament and plate voltages yet another at bottom
right having a thermoelement incorporated to adjust
radio in "Transmit" mode. Principal
recognition feature - 9 valves inside.