Selection of subjects (artefacts) on permanent display (Archives 3)

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Last update: 5 February 2012

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Keywords (in a non alphabetic order):
Radar Lichtenstein SN 2 = FuG 220 SN2 (Li.SN2)(new); Antenna-polarisation-selector copy (new)

Line Communications (Telex Siemens & Halske T52d, TOR)

Wireless communications (Naval transceiver)( nickname: Marine Gustav)

Receiver (FuHE f, FunkHE-f)

Receiver (EO509/III)

Measuring devices

Transmitter (G 1,2K)

Transmitter M1K (=AS60)

Analog airborne computer (Mischgerät, Mischgeraet)

Navigational aid (Funkbeschicker FB 11, FB11)

Airborne command transmitter (transponder?) (unidentified type number)

Morse-Übungsgerät (MÜG. Marine) Morse trainings apparatus. Optical data scanning(≈1942), consider also Exhibit 1994002M

Hülsmeyer's coherer receiver of 1904/1905

Brown Microphone Amplifier (a pre-valve mechanical microphone or telephone amplifier)

Campbell-Vibration Galvanometer (Cambridge Instruments)

Seetakt transmitter modules (Gema radar, Funkmeß, Funkmess)

Knickebein receiver apparatus FuG28a  (additional to :navigational aids)

Stör(such)messgerät STMG1867/1868 (equal to STMG33 and STMG67)(new)

Würzburg set-up, shown is Würzburg FuSE62D (FuMG62D) electronically (electrically) in working order (new) (regard also: exhibits)

Siemens & Halske (G-Schreiber) SFM T52d (also known as; Siemens Geheimschreiber T52d)

Rehbock range calibrator (FuZG64), to Würzburg - Mannheim and Mainz radars

T 200 FK 39 (T200FK39) wonderful u-boat (U-Boot-Sender) transmitter used for very long distance communications

Schlüssel M4, four rotor enigma used for submarine communications and its Schreibmax, being a special text printer, which could be fit instead of the lamp(board)

Korfu Receiver type E351 (FuG351), radar frequency search receiver λ 12 cm to 8 cm (2500 MHz to 3750 MHz, be it that there existed also a front-end plug-in module for 10,000 MHz range) (new!!)

Alblas' quartz crystal collection (Dutch PTT), which he has donated to our archives (new)

Magnetic detector module, deployed in a German magnetic sea-mine 1939-1945 (new)



Curious archive devices (displays) (new section started on: 27 June 2006)(in progress)

Elster DMG 2T: "Richtfunk" or UHF telephone link  New historical findings!! (31 July 2011)

Reisz Mikrophon (Reiss Mikrofon / microphone): Reiss microphne type 105

Empfängerprüfer Torn. Fu. bf1: Funkprüfer bf1

Schaltuhr M 32 (fog): Schaltuhr

Frequenzkontrollgerät (Wellenmesser) zum Würzburg FuSE62 or FuSE 65 (FuMG 62/65): Ln20232 (new)

NEG 62, the Nullpunkteichgerät, a calibration device for all Würzburg (Wuerzburg) systems: NEG62 (new)

E51 bis E53 Ersatzteile (spare-part box): E51-53 Ersatzteilkiste (new)

RD12TF push-pull transmitter valve module: RD12Tf (new)

RD2Md the split-anode magnetron, fit inside the Berlin FuG224 radar PPI:  RD2Md(new)




Consider also, or go back to: Archives PP

Consider also, or proceed with: Köln E52 main page (Koeln)

Consider also, or go back to: Auxiliary instruments (gear)

Regard also, or go back to: Airborne radar

Consider or proceed with: FuG200 (Hohentwiel) Hans Jucker's paper

Consider also, or back to: Lichtenstein radars, paper by Hans Jucker

Consider also, or go back to: Na-Liste

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