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Call Sign : 45CT001 Posts : 74 Times Thanked : 8 Join date : 2020-10-09 QTH or Location : Kikinda Equipment Used : crt ss6900n, ss3900black, roadstar rm 550
Subject: RUP-4 military transceiver Fri Aug 13, 2021 6:52 am
my new toy, military transceiver RUP-4 manufactured by EI Nis (Yugoslavia) from the 1960s. The RUP-4 transceiver frequency range of 2-12 MHz.modulation CW and AM.output power of transmitter is 20W and is emitted by a double tetrode QQE03/20.is like new and of course in perfect working conditions.copy of the American radio device AN/GRC-9. It completely follows its block diagram.more modern technological solutions for that time(1960) were applied on this device.
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Posts : 1 Times Thanked : 0 Join date : 2021-10-31 QTH or Location : Arroyo Grande Equipment Used : ART-13, GRC-9, IC-7300
Subject: Re: RUP-4 military transceiver Sun Oct 31, 2021 7:01 pm
Any chance you have an english translation of the Yugoslavian manual? I have a Chinese 102-E, a BC-1306, and a GRC-9 and am interested in the "modern" interpretation of that radio with this one. The schematics are useful, but the slavic alphabet is really difficult to translate using some of the online tools. Before I struggle through that process, I was wondering if you (or someone else) had translated the manual.