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100 kW medium-wave transmitter of Bavarian Broadcasting

C. Lorenz AG (1906 - 1958)1938

Museum for Communication Berlin, Museum Foundation Post and Telecommunication

Museum for Communication Berlin, Museum Foundation Post and Telecommunication

In 1938, the 100 kW transmitter was put into operation by the Deutsche Reichspost. The transmitter could be tuned into the range 545 to 1363 kHz in just 10–20 minutes by switching to a different glass. In 1945, American forces occupied the Ismaning facility and the AFN program was broadcast from June. In 1949, the station was handed over to the Bayern Rundfunk by the military administration. The station Radio Munich, which later became the Bayern Rundfunk, was broadcast from 1950.

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  • Title: 100 kW medium-wave transmitter of Bavarian Broadcasting
  • Creator: C. Lorenz AG (1906 - 1958)
  • Date Created: 1938
  • Location Created: Ismaning, Bayern, Deutschland
  • Rights: © Museumsstiftung Post und Telekommunikation
  • Material: Metall, Holz, Glas, Kunststoff

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