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Old 01-09-2018, 01:48 PM   #1
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The area of WW1 German radio sets is almost completely not covered on the internet. This is a fascinating area, and examples are extremely rare. Does anyone have these in their collections? Is there a reference anywhere for them? Any additional information would be very welcome.
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Airplane transmitter/receiver

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German Telefunken crystal set

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A.R.S.69b

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I guess Trenkles "Die deutschen Funknachrichtenanlagen bis 1945" Band 1 "Die ersten 40 Jahre" is the most comprehensive compendium out there. It describes the development of military radio technology from 1888 to about 1933 on land, sea and in the air.

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Old 01-10-2018, 01:40 PM   #6
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Yuri i thought i already posted those links here some times ago...


http://firstwartechnik.free.fr/DER%2520allemagne.html

https://www.hamfu.ch/de/geraete/geraetesuche.php

From there choose Funkstationen.

Last link has some interesting early stuff...
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I have a MFuk field transmitter as described in Trenkle's book. This model was
pictured in a AWA Journal issue from late 2017. Until I read the Trenkle description I never understood why the transmitter has headphone connection - it contained a mineral detector so could function as transmitter-receiver. I hope to put it on Ebay later this year; I am thinking Ebay.de as i'd kind of prefer it go back to Germany.
I certainly wouldn't want it to go, say, to the orient. Before I sell it, I will take photos and also trace out the circuit. I started translating Trenkle's paragraph on it, to follow up for AWA, but that subproject has been delayed. DTW, the manufacturer,
also sent back in 1978 a letter with a newspaper photograph that shows the transmitter. When I bought it, I was told it was probably a field phone.
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