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Name In Service Type Mode Description Power Frequency Band Aerial Range
  CW RT
No. 1         4.2 - 6.66 Mc/s9' rod   8 miles 3.5 miles
No. 7         1.875 - 5 Mc/s6' rod     3 - 5 miles
No. 8 1940 Manpack Voice Battalion / company HQ
Replaced by No. 18 set
0.25 W 6 - 9 MHz   5 miles
8 km
   
No. 9         1.875 - 5 Mc/s6' rod     8 miles
No. 11 HP         4.2 - 7.5 Mc/s6' rod     6 miles
No. 18 1941 Manpack Morse, Voice Battalion / company HQ 0.25 W 6 - 9 MHz   10 miles
16 km
   
No. 19 1941 Vehicle Morse, Voice Rear link to brigade HQ 2.5 - 9 W 2 - 8 MHz   15 miles
24 km
   
No. 19 A Set         2 - 8 Mc/s8' rod   15 miles 10 miles
No. 19 HP         2 - 8 Mc/s12' rod     25-50 miles
No. 22 1942 Vehicle Morse, Voice Rear link to brigade HQ 1.5 W 2 - 8 MHz   20 miles
32 km
   
No. 28 1941 Manpack Morse, Voice Battalion / company HQ 0.25 W 6 - 9 MHz   3 - 5 miles
5 - 8 km
   
No. 37 1941 Manpack Morse, Voice Paratroops 0.5 W 340 - 385 MHz   1 miles
1.6 km
   
No. 38 Mk 2 1942 Manpack Voice Company / platoon HQ
Mk 3: Tropicalized
0.2 W 7.4 - 9.2 MHz   1 mile
1.6 km
   
No. 46 1942 Manpack Morse, Voice Commandos, Paratroops
Fully waterproof
  3 - 9.1 MHz   10 miles
16 km
   
No. 48 1942 Manpack Morse, Voice Battalion / company HQ
Developed in United States
0.25 W 6 - 9 MHz   10 miles
16 km
   
No. 58 1943 Manpack Voice Battalion / company HQ 0.3 W 6 - 9 MHz   5 miles
8 km
   
No. 68 1943 Manpack Morse, Voice Battalion / company HQ
Similar to No. 18
0.25 W 1.75 - 2.9 MHz OR
3 - 5.2 MHz
  10 miles
16 km
   

Sources:

  1. Fighting Men of World War II Allied Forces Uniforms, Equipment, & Weapons, David Miller, 2008
20th Century American Military History Crucial Site