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Field wire lines - Yugoslav Army operators manual from 1963.

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The first telecommunication devices used for military links were telephone-telegraphic devices. Its difficult for us to imagine command with huge armies in World War I, without the using of telegraph and telephone. Also, the first telecommunication devices produced in Yugoslav factories after World War II were field switchboard type MP-10 and field telephone type PTI-49 , which are in this category telecommunication devices.

Wire communication in the Yugoslav People's Army made the base of system of communication and on they relied radio and radio-relay connection. They were sorted to stationary and mobile. Stationary wire communications were used for commercial technical solutions and they monitored the development of "civilian telecommunication". They were highly integrated in the telecommunication system of the former Yugoslavia. Portable wire communications were used for the connection between the units and the commands on the terrain, also for successfully changing, with combat operations to enemy, damaged and destroyed parts of telecommunication system.



Summary Info for Telephone And Telegraphic Sets
 
MARK
DESCRIPTION
ORIGIN
  * Field telegraph set
ex Yugoslavia
  * Field telephone
ex Yugoslavia
  * Field telephone
ex Yugoslavia
  * Field telephone
United States
  * Field telephone
ex Soviet Union
  * Field telephone switchboard
ex Yugoslavia
  SB-22/PT * Field telephone switchboard United States
  ITC-10 * Field telephone switchboard ex Yugoslavia
  * Field telephone switchboard
ex Yugoslavia
  * Teleprinter
ex East Germany
  * Teleprinter
ex West Germany
  * Teleprinter
ex West Germany
  * Teleprinter
ex Yugoslavia
  * Teleprinter
ex Yugoslavia
  * Frequency Shift Keyer (1225Hz-1325Hz)
ex Yugoslavia
  * Radio Teletype Terminal Set
ex Yugoslavia
  * Radio Teletype Terminal Set
ex Yugoslavia
  FNT-5 * Višekanalni telefonski uređaj ex Yugoslavia
Descriptions of Telephone And Telegraphic Sets

Morse telegraphic deviceMA-1 Morse telegraphic device

This device produced in 1945 "Industrija precizne mehanike", factory from Belgrade . He was made for submission and receive of statements with Morse telegraphy by wire lines at ranges on distanced up to 40 km. Message was writing on the paper tape. The Paper tape was moved by electronics implemented with electronic tubes. Origin: ex Yugoslavia.

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M-63 Field telephone

Field telephone M-63Each soldier of Yugoslav people army surely was met with this telephone. The field telephone was produced by the Slovenian factory "Iskra" in the beginning of the '60-years. As an example to them was served U.S. solution of TA-314 series of military field telephone.

Field phone M-63Field telephone M-63, is served for telephone communication over a field wire lines at ranges on distanced up to 30 km. It belongs to LB (local battery) system with magneto ringing and can be included into CB station systems. With the additional dial device type BN-1 it was setting on the automatic telephone switchboard. With this telephone could be controlled radio device on distance over field wired line type PTK-56 on distances up to 10 km. The ringing circuit could be up to 115 VAC, frequency of 25 Hz, and microphone was powering on with two batteries type R-20 (3 VDC). Origin: ex Yugoslavia.

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