The SCR-300 was a portable radio transceiver used by US Signal Corps in World War II. This backpack-mounted unit was the first two way radio to be nicknamed a "walkie talkie".
In 1940, Motorola (t...
The SCR-694 was a portable two way radio set used by the U.S. military during World War II.
The SCR-694 replaced the SCR-284 and was later replaced by the AN/GRC-9. Designed to provide communicat...
SCR-694 - Wikipedia
The SCR-536 was a hand-held radio transceiver used by the US Army Signal Corps in World War II. It is popularly referred to as a walkie talkie although it was originally designated a "handie talkie".<...
SCR-536 - Wikipedia
The AN/ART-13 was a radio transmitter manufactured by Collins Radio that found widespread use during and after World War II in military aircraft.
In 1940 the Collins Radio Company designed a new...
AN/ART-13 - Wikipedia
The SCR-610 was a Signal Corps Radio used by the U.S. Army during and after World War II, for short range ground communications, it was standardized 29 Sept. 1941,
Originally used by the Field Art...
SCR-610 - Wikipedia