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1.5 kW radio transmitter transmission table from the Stuttgart-Feuerbach Army Provisions Office

Telefunken Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie m.b.H (1923 - 1955)1924

Museum for Communication Berlin, Museum Foundation Post and Telecommunication

Museum for Communication Berlin, Museum Foundation Post and Telecommunication
Berlin, Germany

One of the earliest German broadcasting transmitters was used by Süddeutsche Rundfunk AG (SÜRAG, South-German Broadcasting Service). It was put into operation on May 11, 1924, as an "official transmitting station for wireless entertainment and instruction" in the former army supplies office in Stuttgart-Feuerbach. The transmitter had a telegraph power of 1.5 kW. An afternoon and evening program, as well as occasional night concerts, were broadcast daily from 5:00 p.m. on the medium wave.

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  • Title: 1.5 kW radio transmitter transmission table from the Stuttgart-Feuerbach Army Provisions Office
  • Creator: Telefunken Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie m.b.H (1923 - 1955)
  • Date Created: 1924
  • Location Created: Stuttgart
  • Rights: © Museumsstiftung Post und Telekommunikation
  • Material: Metall, Holz, Glas, Stoff, Porzellan, Pertinax

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