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Sanomalaite, commonly abbreviated to SANLA, is a military desktop Electronic Messaging Unit (EMU) 1 for use with telephone and radio equipment, developed around 1983 by Nokia in Finland. Messages are encrypted with the Data Encryption Standard (DES) and sent over standard voice channels, using Audio Frequency Shift Keying (AFSK). SANLA was also sold by Philips Usfa in the Netherlands, as the UA-8295, albeit with a different NSA-supplied cryptographic algorithm.

SANLA is the bigger version of the Nokia Partio­sanomalaite (PARSA) M/83 that was released in 1984. Together with the Keskussanomalaite (KESANLA) these units are part of an integrated reconnaissance and command messaging system (Sanomalaitejärestelmä), that was used during the 1980s by the Finnish Defence Forces.   

Wanted
    This page currently acts as a placeholder for future information about SANLA. If you have additional information about this device, please contact us. Crypto Museum are also looking for a SANLA, or the equivalent Philips UA-8295, for its collection.
Documentation
  1. UA 8295 and UA 8296 Short Burst Terminals, Brochure
    Philips Usfa BV. Document No. 20.0058/E/0984, 1984. 8 pages.

  2. Secure Communication, UA-8295 burst encoder, brochure
    Philips Usfa BV. 1986. 6 pages.

  3. Short-Burst Message Terminal Type UA-8295/00, User's Manual
    Philips Usfa, August 1984.

  4. Short-Burst Message Terminal Type UA-8295/00, System description
    Philips Usfa, May 1984.

  5. Terminal de Transmission de Message de Patrouille, UA-8295/00
    September 1984. System description (French).

  6. Short-Burst Message Terminal Type UA-8295/06, User's Manual
    12 November 1985. 1
  1. We have not published this manual, as it contains hand-written notes and names living people.

References
  1. Wikipedia, Sanomalaite M/90
    Retrieved July 2017.
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