Racal Cougar

THE EMERGENCY SERVICES RADIOTELEPHONE MUSEUM OF GREAT BRITAIN IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL OF THE FIRST HIGH BAND EX CRIME SQUAD USE (as they now have all now migrated to Tetra radio) RACAL COUGAR ACCESSORIES TO BE RELEASED OFFICIALLY BY SOME POLICE FORCES IN  ENGLAND.

The Cougar High band 148 -174 MHz radio sets themselves are still not available as yet for disposal.  But all other accessories are now being disposed of.  This is the first batch of

20 watt vehicle High Band radio amplifiers with microphones
Covert remote mount control boxes
Induction loops for ear mount receivers
Batteries and chargers
Transportable sets in suitcase
With Force Radio Burndept / Cleartone interfaces to Cougar

NO LOW BAND COUGAR SETS ARE TO BE RELEASED AS THESE ARE STILL CLASSED SECRET DUE TO CONTINUED USE BY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES.

Here are the first poor quality pictures of all items as lying on my front room carpet.

 


Racal Cougar portables.  
Synthesized.  
No sets.
1 OFF  Single unit charger.  
Bought at Huntingdon Radio Rally August 2001.
and 2 Cougar NICAD batteries

Racal MA4294 5 way NICAD battery charger
1 OFF for unknown Racal portable

Racal M945B universal NICAD battery charger
1 OFF used on several TRA-PRM-PRC Racal batteries.

 

Racal Cougar High Band sets

 

 

 


THE PYE MUSEUM IS CLOSED
DAVE HICKS G8EPR, MUSEUM CURATOR, HAD A SERIOUS ACCIDENT AT WORK IN EARLY 2016.
SADLY HE DIED AT THE END OF APRIL 2017.
THE WEBSITE WILL HOPEFULLY CONTINUE AND REMAIN OPEN BUT THERE IS NO ONE TO ANSWER ANY EMAILS

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