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überarbeitet am 25.12.2007

According to the new naming scheme from 1951, portable wireless stations carry the designation SE-2xx:

Portable Wireless Sets, designations used after 1951

SE-200 Transceiver:
22 - 32 MHz, F3, 0,8/4W battery / hand-cranked generator(
4 out of 100 crystal controlled channels switchable, using battery or hand-cranked generator power
 
SE-201/m REX
US SCR-610 (BC-659 for mobile use)
(1945??):
Jeep station, transceiver: 27 - 38,9 MHz, 1,3W, 2 channels
 
SE-202 Transceiver: 30 - 42 MHz  
SE-206 Autophon TR 94 (1960?)
portable or Jeep station, powered by batteries, hand cranked generator or vibrator power supply,
Transceiver: 34 - 42,5 MHz, 86 Kanäle, F3 0,6/2,5 W (battery / vibrator power supply)
SE-206
SE-207 Sendeempfänger do.: 41,5 - 50 MHz, 86 Kanäle  
SE-208 Sendeempfänger do.: 27,9 - 35 MHz, 72 Kanäle  
SE-209 Sendeempfänge do.: 23 - 28,5 MHz, 60 Kanäle  
SE-210 TL
Telefunken / K+W Thun, Kurzwellenstation 1002 Bs
(1935/46, 676 sets):
Backpack station, Transceiver: 3 - 5 MHz, 15W A1, 8W A2
Beeing a very reliable set, the TL has been carried around as a standby set together with the SE-222 for military exercises.
TL
SE-211 TLA
Telefunken / K+W Thun, Kurzwellenstation 1011 Bs
(1942/44, 580 sets):
Backpack station, Transceiver: 2 - 3.33 MHz, 15W A1, 8W A2
TLA
SE-213 TLD (tragb. leichte Dezimeterstation)
BBC
(1945/47):
Microwave station: 330 - 355 MHz, FM, Pout 2W;
single- or multichannel duplex operation, telegraphy, telephony, radio teletype, optional operation with ciphering system
TLD
SE-214 TS25
Telefunken, Stat 10 U.P.I.
(1926/29, 38 sets):
Transmitter AR125b oder AR245: 166 - 937 kHz
Receiver E25 (Telefunken Spez 7Bs): 125 - 2000 kHz
 
SE-215 TS40
 
 
SE-216 MS
Telefunken / K+W Thun, Schwere Kraftwagenfunkstelle
(1929, 4 sets):
Transmitter S219bs: 100 - 500 kHz, 200W A1, 50W A2, A3
Receiver E25 (Telefunken Spez 7Bs): 125 - 2000 kHz, später E31
 
SE-217/m KL / "Kurz-Lang"
Telefunken, Station 1001 eF
(1942, 25 sets):
Transmitter As1017: 300 - 600 kHz, 3,75 - 12 MHz, 70/45W A1, 20/13W A2, A3, 20 preset channels
Receiver Ae3013
 
SE-218/m KL43/ "Kurz-Lang"
Zellweger AG, Uster
(1944/45, 25 sets):
Transmitter: 300 - 600 kHz, 3 - 12 MHz, 70/45W A1, 20/13W A2, A3, 20 preset channels
Receiver: 200 kHz - 24 MHz
 
SE-221 BBC RT-24 (1968, 150 sets)
Used for flood warning service: 68 - 88 MHz, Pout 20 W, 1 Kanal
 
SE-222 KW-Funkstation SE-222
Zellweger AG, Uster,
(1959/63, >500 sets):
Transceiver: 1,7 - 3,5 MHz, >100 W F1, >200W PEP A3a
consisting of SE-222 and power supply / audio stage with speaker
optional use with Krypto - Funkfernschreiber 58 (ciphered radioteletype system 58)
SE-223 BBC RT-5 (195x, 36 sets)
Used for flood warning service: 68 - 88 MHz, Pout 40 W, 1 Kanal
 
SE-225 VHF - Transceiver
(1988)
 
SE-227 VHF - backpack - transceiver,
optional mobile use on vehicle with 24V supply, or 12V supply
Transceiver: 30 - 52,95 MHz (Band A) and 53 - 75.95 MHz (Band B), 1-3W F3
 SE-227