Radiostation C/PRC 26
The CPRC-26 radio was originally a Canadian design but was extensively used by most NATO and SEATO countries. For instance: Denmark, Great Britain, USA, The Netherlands, Canada, Australia are among some of the countries that fielded the CPRC-26 radio at some point during the Cold War.
All my technical knowledge is official technical guide, published by the Danish Army in 1958.
(Source): Anonym, Teknisk Håndbog for Radiostation C/PRC-26, Hæren, Feb. 1958.
The radio is a man-portable battery driven two-way transceiver that typically operated in the VHF frequencies at 47.0 - 55,4 Mhz.
In Denmark each individual set was made up of:
Both radio compartment and battery compartment are made of "Silumin" (AL-512) - an aluminium alloy with silicone content. It has a high corrosion resistance, and is extremely useful in humid environments. It the perfect metal choice for the Danish weather conditions.
The C/PRC-26 was made in Denmark on license by the Radio company "Bravour A/S"