e74) Signal Bulletins
More info about Hellschreiber at Dayton Hamvention 2003, see this note
for German radio equipment
TB SIG E1 German Radio Sets, Torn. Fu. bl. and Torn. Fu. f. Dated 1944 / 17 pages / PB 982
TB SIG E2 German Radio Set, Torn. Fu. d2 Dated 1944 / 19 pages / PB 983
TB SIG E3 German Radio Set, Torn. E. b. Dated 1944 / 19 pages / PB 984
TB SIG E4 German Radio Set Receiver, Spez. 445 b Be. ? Dated 1944 / 15 page / PB 985
TB SIG E5 German Radio Transmitter, 10 W.S.c and 10 W.S.h and German Radio Receivers
Ukw.E.e and Ukw.E.h Dated 1944 / 22 pages / PB 986
TB SIG E6 German Radio Transmitter, 5 W.S./24b-104 Dated 1944 / 21 pages / PB 987
TB SIG E7 German Radio Set, Fusprech. a. Dated 1944 / 14 pages / PB 988
TB SIG E8 German Radio Transmitters, 20 W.S.c and 20 W.S.d Dated 1944 / 14 pages / PB 989
TB SIG E9 German Radio Transmitter, 100 W.S.a. Dated 1944 / 22 pages / PB 990
List of information found on internet, but no source has been mentioned.
Marconi (Italy) MT9L Longwave transmitter valve with QB5/1750 to compare the size - installed in the
The MT9L valves were used in modulator at the local Marconi mediumwave transmitter on 890kHz.
A similar valve was purchased to be used in a transmitter in Trondheim, but was never used because
of NRK monopoly and has been used at LA1K for week-end parties.
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