Collection: WS88 Radio Sets

The WS88 was a British military radio set used just after World War II. The WS88 was a portable, battery-powered radio set that was primarily used for short-range communication between infantry units. It was first introduced in 1947 

The WS88 consisted of two parts: a transmitter and a receiver, which were housed in separate cases that could be carried by individual soldiers. The transmitter and receiver were designed to be used together, with the transmitter sending signals to the receiver, which then amplified and played back the signal.

The WS88 operated on the frequency range of 7.5 to 9.9 MHz, with a range of up to 2 miles under optimal conditions. The set was powered by a set of batteries that could last for several hours of continuous use.