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Tadiran
Tadiran was a large electronics company in Israel, founded in 1962 and integrated into Elbit Systems in 2008. Over the years, Tadiran developed and produced a lot of radio and COMSEC equipment for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), the US Army, NATO and the Department of Defense (DoD) of more than 40 countries.


In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Tadiran produced a series of COMSEC cryptographic devices that could be integraded with the combat radio networks of that era. Some of these devices have been in use until recently and are now found on the surplus market in Europe.

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Tadiran cryptographic systems on this website
SEC-13 crypto unit The front panel of the SEC-15, with the 'door' open

 
SEC-13
The SEC-13 was a voice crypto system developed in the mid-1970s. It was intended for use in combination with existing radio networks, such as the American VRC-12 series. It was built for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), US Army, NATO and other countries.

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SEC-13 crypto unit

 
SEC-15
The SEC-15 was a voice and data crypto system developed in the early 1980s. It was intended for use in combination with existing radio networks, such as Clansman and the American VRC radios. It was built for the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), USA Army, NATO and other countries.

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The front panel of the SEC-15, with the 'door' open

 
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