German field radios

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Re: German field radios

Post by Sturm78 » 18 Feb 2016 10:27

Greg wrote
It's purpose was to improve quality of phone conversation on a temporarily laid lines by modulating frequency of a signal.

Manual also mentions that device helps where:
- crosstalk makes communication impossible
- there is an interference noise caused by power lines or parallel telephone lines

There was an amplifier (Verstärker) sometimes added to this configuration. It could be the smaller box on the right, but I don't recognize the model.
Thanks again :wink:

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Re: German field radios

Post by udondave » 06 May 2016 01:31

Hi all.

Looking for an ID on this Italian radio

Cheers, Dave
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Re: German field radios

Post by shamirnewell » 06 May 2016 03:52

udondave wrote:Hi all.

Looking for an ID on this Italian radio

Cheers, Dave
It appears to be a RF 3C.

Battery cases are the cases on right.

Technical detail: http://www.qsl.net/ik0moz/re_rf_series.htm

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Re: German field radios

Post by udondave » 06 May 2016 04:20

Great! thanks shamirnewell.

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Re: German field radios

Post by Sturm78 » 08 May 2016 15:52

Hi all,

Any idea about this one ??

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Re: German field radios

Post by shamirnewell » 08 May 2016 16:39

Sturm78 wrote:Hi all,

Any idea about this one ??

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This looks like an R4 station.

Source and tech specs:
http://www.qsl.net/ik0moz/re_r_series.htm
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Re: German field radios

Post by shamirnewell » 08 May 2016 18:00

Sturm78 wrote:Hi all,

Can somebody identify this hungarian radio ??

Image from Fortepan archive
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This set is a R3

Tech spec and pictures:

http://oldradios1.com/?page_id=1832
Scroll down page to r3 entry. It is Hungarian language google translate helps.

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Re: German field radios

Post by Sturm78 » 08 May 2016 20:16

shamirnewell wrote
This looks like an R4 station.

Source and tech specs:
http://www.qsl.net/ik0moz/re_r_series.htm
shamirnewell wrote
his set is a R3

Tech spec and pictures:

http://oldradios1.com/?page_id=1832
Scroll down page to r3 entry. It is Hungarian language google translate helps.
Thanks a lot for your help, shamirnewell. :wink:

Regards Sturm78

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Re: German field radios

Post by shamirnewell » 08 May 2016 21:51

Sturm78 wrote:Hi all,

I am not sure about these radios. I think Ukw.E.e panzer receiver to the left and .... ???

Image from EBay
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The unit on the right is a 10 W.s.c 10 watt transmitter this total rig makes a fu 5

Source and specs:
http://www.rkk-museum.ru/vitr_all/322_e.shtml
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Re: German field radios

Post by Sturm78 » 20 Sep 2016 22:28

Hi all,

Any idea ??

Image from Ebay

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Re: German field radios

Post by shamirnewell » 21 Sep 2016 00:09

Sturm78 wrote:Hi all,

Any idea ??

Image from Ebay

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Not sure on equipment will dig around. Looks like a vhf rig. Love the " the enemy listens in warning"

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Re: German field radios

Post by Funksammler » 24 Sep 2016 21:21

FuG III, not quite a VHF set.... The FuG III was the standard LF/HF aircraft radio sets used in pre-war multi-engined aircraft. It was replaced by the FuG X from 1937 in most bombers and heavy fighters but remained in use in transport aircraft like the JU 52 for several years more. Here it is used as a ground station in a Kfz 305/18 Funkwagen.

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Re: German field radios

Post by Sturm78 » 26 Sep 2016 10:44

Funksammler wrote
FuG III, not quite a VHF set.... The FuG III was the standard LF/HF aircraft radio sets used in pre-war multi-engined aircraft. It was replaced by the FuG X from 1937 in most bombers and heavy fighters but remained in use in transport aircraft like the JU 52 for several years more. Here it is used as a ground station in a Kfz 305/18 Funkwagen.
Thanks a lot for your help, Funksammler.. :wink:

Regards Sturm78

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Re: German field radios

Post by Sturm78 » 04 Dec 2016 15:38

Hi all,

An image from Ebay. I am not sure about the model

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Re: German field radios

Post by Sturm78 » 30 Jan 2017 21:26

Hi all,

Torn.Fu.b1 (I think):

Image from Ebay
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