The antenna was attached to the antenna mast SM-17 with a maximum height of 17 meters. "The UKT block was placed in a box marked "I. Contains UHF transmitter and receiver parts, as well as a test oscillator.It was made using waveguide technology and constructed so that the controls and transmitter assemblies are on the left, and the receiver and test oscillator are on the right. It was connected to the amplifier and rectifier block with connecting multi-core cables. The antenna was also connected to this block via the antenna cable. One of the pictures shows a complete RRU800 set, I've only got the top part that I've highlighted in yellow but it shows what the complete setup looks like. The part listed is the'UKT' block and contains the UHF transmitter and receiver.
The only missing part is the rear cover, but looking at the way this thing has been constructed it is a beautiful piece of mechanical engineering, I've had it as a display piece for quite a while as it is an interesting thing to look at! Made in the 1960's It measures 54cm x 33cm x 18cm deep and weighs an absolute tonne! I can just about pick it up, so this will be a collection only listing.This item is in the category "Collectables\Militaria\Surplus/ Equipment\Field Gear". The seller is "bad-dog-designs" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.