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TCE-300
Bulk encryption system - this page is a stub

TCE-300 was an electronic bulk cipher machine, developed by Standard Telefon og Kabelfabrik A/S (STK) in Norway in 1987. It was used for the encryption and decryption of bundled (i.e. multiplexed) data streams.

At present, we have no further information about this device. If you have any further information about this unit, please contact us.
  

References
  1. Frode Weirud, Crypto Historian, Personal correspondence
    Crypto Museum, June 2012.

  2. Norwegian National Security Authority (NSM), Årsmelding 2008
    NSM Annual Report 2008 (Norwegian). Noen kryptosuksesser. p. 15.

  3. Leif Nilsen, NISnet Kick-off
    Thales Norway AS, PowerPoint presentation. 10 October 2007. Retrieved June 2012.
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