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Omnisec
Omnisec is a manufacturer of high-end voice, fax and data encryption systems, based in Dällikon (Switzerland). The company was established in 1987 by Dr. Pierre Schmid, a former employee of Gretag (later: Gretacoder, GDS and SafeNet). The company was initially based in Regensdorf, the hometown of Gretag, and acquired most of Gretag's patents when they took over Gretag's former cipher business unit in 1987.


Being based in neutral Switzerland, Omnisec is not bound by export restrictions and supplies its products anywhere in the world. Omnisec is still in business today and supplies a range of voice, fax, data and IP encryption solutions to governments, military organisations and industries.

This page is a stub
Currently, this page is just of placeholder for the encryption products of Omnisec. At present Crypto Museum has no Omnisec products in its collection. If you have any information about the company, or if you have any items to expand our collection, please contact us.

Omnisec products
Additional information and brochures are available from the Omnisec website.

  • Omnisec 205 - Radio Encryptor
  • Omnisec 206 - Secure Handheld Radio
  • Omnisec 207 - Secure Mobile Radio
  • Omnisec 222 - Secure Telephone
  • Omnisec 230 - Secure Mobile Phone
  • Omnisec 421 - IP Encryptor
  • Omnisec 422 - IP Encryptor
  • Omnisec 423 - IP Encryptor
  • Omnisec 525 - Fax Encryptor
  • Omnisec 660 - Multi-Link Encryptor
  • Omnisec 711 - Key Management Center (KMC)
  • Omnisec 731 - Network Management Center (NMC)
  • Omnisec 736 - Security & Network Management Center
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