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Inter Elektronik AG
Between 1983 and 1996, Inter Elektronik AG was a manufacturer of digital cipher equipment, based in Zug (Switzerland). The company was officially established on 9 March 1962 in Zug (Switzerland) but had been sleeping until 1983 when its founder, Willy Reichert, left his former company Mils Elektronik. On 21 December 1994 the statutory seat was moved to Lichtenstein whilst the sales office was relocated to Innsbruck (Austria). In February 1996, the company was dissolved.

Over the years, Inter-Elektronik developed and sold an impressive list of cipher machines, but due to the fact that they went out of business before the internet was well-established, not much information about the company and its products can be found on the internet.

 History of Inter-Elektronik
  

 
At present, Crypto Museum has the following items in its collection:
 
DCE-8045 and CCD-8045 buld encryption devices for RS-232 computer data CCD-8045

 
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