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Name Weight Antenna Range Production Notes
Type 94 Mk 4 Otsu, Year 19341 88 lb1 23', reverse L shape1 0.6 miles1 Low1 Type 92 Cavalry1
Type 94 Mk 4 Hei, Year 19341 198 lb1 29' 6", reverse L shape1 0.6 miles1 High1 Type 89 medium tank1
Type 96 Mk 2 Bo, Year 19411 1,235 lb1 29' 6", reverse L shape1 25 miles1 201 Type 95 armored railroad car1
Type 96 Mk 4 Bo, Year 19411 110 lb1 29' 6", reverse L shape1 0.6 miles1 801 Type 97 medium tank1
Type 3 Ko, Year 19431 1,235 lb1 6' 6", vertical1 Telephone: 9 1/2 miles1
Telegraphic: 31 miles1
Low1 For armored HQ1
Type 3 Otsu, Year 19431 529 lb1 6' 6", vertical1 Telephone: 2 1/2 miles1
Telegraphic: 6 1/2 miles1
Low1 Armored forces command tank1
Radio set Hei, Year 19431 286 lb1 6' 6", vertical1 550 yards1 2001 Communication between tanks1

Sources:

  1. World War II Japanese Tank Tactics, Gordon L. Rottman, Akira Takizawa, Peter Dennis, 2008
20th Century American Military History Crucial Site