SBR history

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SBR history 
01.Nov.03 20:28
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Karel Van Doorslaer (B)
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SBR was founded around 1921/22 and was based at Forest Brussels.In fact they also founded the first belgium Radiostation:Radio Belgique.The main reason was to sell more radiosets...It was a very "social" factory.They organised vacations,medecine services and clothes distributio for the employees.SBR had is own research and test labos.By '36 they produced over 500 radios a day...!After WW2 only the SBR name leftover.In fact they brought Philips-products on the market with the SBR-logo at the fifties.

 

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unbekannte Militärgeräte der Firma SBR 
05.Sep.08 22:57

Domenico Cramarossa (I)
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hallo Karel, vor kurzer Zeit habe ich ein Paar Militärgeräte der Firma SBR erworben, voraussichtlich aus der Kriegszeit. Bei beiden Gehäusen ist ein Schilderchen angebracht, wo das Modell angegeben ist: Modell EROCAE, Seriennr. 5 (!!). Darf ich Sie fragen, ob Sie eine Ahnung haben, um was es sich handelt oder mindestens bei wem ich mehrere Auskünfte darüber finden kann? Anbei ein Paar Bilder. Falls notwendig, kann ich Ihnen weitere Bilder zukommen lassen. Vielen Dank, mfG

D. Cramarossa

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39040 AUER (ITALIEN)

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The first Broadcast station in Belgium was not by SBR 
06.Sep.08 05:58

Ernst Erb (CH)
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Dear Karel
I just happen to see your interesting article from November 2003 about SBR. Thank you for your information.

As I have written in "Radios von gestern" (A book in format A4 with 456 pages) on page 49: In the King's premises near the Castle in Laeken there was a regular broadcasting in 1913 until the beginning of WW1. There were regular concerts for the public which where announced in the newspapers. Two Radio Amateurs, Raymond Braillard, a French Engineer and the Belgique Robert Goldschmidt had set it up. They used a 2 kW arc transmitter (Lichtbogensender) and a water cooled carbon microphone. At that time the microphone had to be in the main circuit! On date 19th August 1914 the sender has been put on an Automobile for the Belgian Armed Forces. Some papers write about Saturday-Concerts.

An other early broadcasting station in Europe: It was in 1919 when Idzerda offered with his station PCGG in The Netherlands (Holland) regular concerts (See Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Courant at that time).

On Page 177 I write that SBR ("La Société Belge de Radio-Electricité SA" was at that time the name) had begun in 1st November 1923 with a regular Broadcasting - with 1.5 kW. In 1924 the station was called "Radio Belgique", then sending from Haren near Brussels with 5 kW on 435 m.

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sbr 
05.Oct.08 17:19

Karel Van Doorslaer (B)
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Hallo Domenico,

I dont know those models. I have send some pictures to a friend of mine who has a SBRmuseum.

His site is : het" eeuwfeestpaleisje". perhaps you can send him some more pictures. i am sure  he can help you.

 

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SBR 
05.Nov.08 23:16

Domenico Cramarossa (I)
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hi Karel, many thanks for your help! Best regards

Domenico

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