German Wehrmacht Radios
W.S.E.b - Infantry two-man pack HF radio. Also
used as vehicular radio. Covered 3.0…7.5 MHz in two
sub-bands, A1 / A3, 15 W output. Designed by
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15 W.S.E.a radios manufactured in Germany
from 1939. Starting 1942, model 15 W.S.E.b
radios assembled in Riga, Latvia, on former VEF factory
which during German occupation was renamed to "AEG
used by infantry in the field, 15 W.S.E radios powered
by TM 15a hand generator and EW.f1 power supply.
in armored fighting vehicles, 15 W.S.E radios powered
by 12B75 battery, U15a dynamotor and EW.e power supply. In
Wehrmacht nomenclature, this 15-watt vehicular radio was
identified as Fu 19
(Fu 19 SE 15).