Teltron was a medium-size electronics company in München (Germany), that
produced secure speech solutions for the police and other law enforcement
agencies in the days of analogue two-way VHF and UHF radio,
selling rebatched (OEM) as well as in-house developed equipment.
With the introduction of digital two-way radio, such as Tetranet,
many law enforcement agencies in Europe abandonned analogue radio and, hence,
the voice scramblers and other secure voice products that were used with
such radios. As a result, Teltron GmbH lost most of its turnover and
was eventually dissolved in 1988. The name 'Teltron' is used by several
other companies, both in Germany and abroad, which are not related to
the former Munich-based crypto manufacturer.
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Teltron equipment on this website
- 12SD900 time-domain scrambler (1975)
- DS-510 Time Code Generator (Zeitgebergruppe) NSN 5895-12-186-8060 (1981)
Simple time-domain voice scrambler (1972).
Mobile time-domain voice scrambler (1975).
- SP-810A Secure Voice Equipment
Medium security protection of voice on VHF and UHF radio networks,
using time domain scrambling. Different user groups allows by using
- SP-812 Secure Voice Equipment
Medium security protection of VHF and UHF radio channels. Can be built
inside the radio and is compatible with the SP-830.
- SP-815A and SP-815DX Secure Voice Units
Two-dimensional scrambling: 16-unit time domain scrambling and
programmable frequency inversion, delivering a total of 512 code programs
that can be stored in a plug-in module. External selector with 16 settings,
plus internal selector with 32 settings. Late-entry sync.
Details currently unknown.
Two-dimensional voice scrambling unit, built into a universal
microphone/speaker combination, so that it can be used on any existing
VHF/UHF radio. Offers 16 external code settings and 32 internal ones.
Specifications like SP-815A/DX.
- TVC-9000 Voice Encryption unit
Two-dimensional voice scrambling for HF, VHF, UHF and satellite links
with 1015 code programs (107 external keys and 108 internal ones).
In green die-cast aluminium enclosure. 12/24V DC version.
- TVC-9001 Voice Encryption Unit
Same as TVC-9000 but for 110/220V AC.
- TVC-9003 Portable Voice Encryption Unit
Same as TVC-9001, but built inside a briefcase.
Similar (or identical) Telsy TDS-2003.
- TVC-9004 and TVC-9004QD Voice Encryption Unit
Same as TVC-9000/9001, but for use with telephone systems.
Uses VOX for quasi-duplex operation (QD).
Similar (or identical) to Telsy TDS-2004.
- Hagenuk TG-1001M
RTTY Fax Demodulator. Built for Hagenuk and used by the German Navy
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