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Broadcasting Stations

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Name: Broadcasting Stations    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: broadca-au
Products: Others
Summary:

Broadcasting Stations - Rundfunk- und Fernsehstationen.

Transmitters and other special equipment used by a certain Broadcasting Station

(Name or call sign !) can be displayed here.

Model name = Name or call sign; Model type = location. Frequency and power in remarks. Detailed remarks in picture legend or by writing a forum article, selecting first the "model page".

Sendeeinrichtungen und Spezialausrüstung von Sendestationen und Studioeinrichtungen können hier gelistet werden. Sofern nicht ein allgemeiner Hersteller und eine Type nachweisbar.

Modell Name = Name oder Rufzeichen; Modell Type = Ort. Frequenz und Leistung in die Bemerkungen.

Detailierte Erläuterungen kommen zu den Fotoanmerkungen oder in angeschlossene Forenbeiträge.

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Wolfgang Scheida.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  25 2UW   2UW Sydney, NSW. AM Radio Station 2UW was initially owned and operated by Otto Sandel a... 
AUS  41 6KY Perth, Western Australia   6KY In May 1940 the People’s Printing & Publishing Co. of W.A. Ltd. was grante... 

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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

All Australian 1933 AM broadcast stations frequencies from the Wavelength - Frequency Chart published in the Radio Trade Annual 1933, Page 163.tbn_aus_broadca_au_am_freq_1933.jpg

  
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