USSR type R-326M is a self-contained HF intercept or monitoring receiver developed in the late 1970s. It replaced the R-323.
The receiver was used either as a man-pack or man-portable, but was also fitted in vehicles.
Frequency coverage is 1.5-32 MHz in 7 ranges.
Reception of AM R/T and CW signals.
Four mechanical filters (switchable from 0.5 to 6kHz).
Digital type of VHF heterodyne with dividers.
A digital readout is fitted on this receiver.
The R-326M is fully transistorised using LSI/CMOS chips.
Various outputs are available for panorama adapters etc.
The receiver is powered by batteries fitted in a compartment at the rear of the set.
A separate AC mains supply for this set provides 9V and 12V DC.