Racal Est. 1950 | Great Britain

Racal was founded by Ray Brown and Jock Calder Cunningham in 1950. After some difficult years Racal made the RA-17 in 1955 as part of a Royal Navy deal. The RA-17 used the then revolutionary Wadley-loop circuit.

In 1979 Racal bought Decca Radar and formed Racal-Decca. After some name changes in the 1980's and 90's, Racal was finally sold to Thomson-CSF, now known as Thales Group.

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25 Handheld VHF Transceiver
RX: 136-174 MHz
TX: 136-174 MHz
MRR-5WP Mobile Shortwave receiver
RX: 1.5-29.999 MHz
TX: 1.5-29.999 MHz
RA-17L
Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.5-30 MHz
TX:
RA-117 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 1-30 MHz
TX:
RA-217 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 1-30 MHz (down to 200 kHz with reduced sensitivity)
TX:
RA-1217
Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.98-30 MHz
TX:
RA-1218 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 1-30 MHz
TX:
RA-1231 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 1-30 MHz (?)
TX:
RA-1772 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.015-30 MHz
TX:
RA-1778 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.015-30 MHz
TX:
RA-1792 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.01-30 MHz
TX:
RA-1795 Desktop HF/VHF/UHF Receiver
RX: 20 MHz - 1 GHz
TX:
RA-3701
Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 15 kHz - 30 MHz
TX:
RA-3712 Desktop HF/VHF Receiver
RX: 0.5-40 MHz
TX:
RA-3721 Desktop HF/VHF/UHF Receiver
RX: 20-1000 MHz (down to 10 kHz with optional module)
TX:
RA-3791 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 15 kHz - 30 MHz
TX:
RA-6772 Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 15 kHz - 30 MHz (?)
TX:
RA-6778Q Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 10 kHz - 30 MHz
TX:
RA-6790/GM Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.5-30 MHz
TX:
RA-6793A Desktop Shortwave receiver
RX: 0.5-30 MHz
TX:
TRA-921
Mobile Shortwave Transceiver
RX: 2-7.999 MHz
TX: 2-7.999 MHz
TRA-931
Mobile Shortwave Transceiver
RX: 1.6-29.999 MHz
TX: 1.6-29.999 MHz
TRA-967 Manpack VHF Transceiver
RX: 36-76 MHz
TX: 36-76 MHz
TTA 3771 Desktop Shortwave Transmitter
RX:
TX: 1.5-30 MHz
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