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125W-Tonfunken-Sender/Empfänger AFS35

125W-Tonfunken-Sender/Empfänger AFS35; Telefunken (ID = 189938) Radio 125W-Tonfunken-Sender/Empfänger AFS35; Telefunken (ID = 327164) Radio
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125W-Tonfunken-Sender/Empfänger AFS35; Telefunken (ID = 189938) Radio
Telefunken: 125W-Tonfunken-Sender/Empfänger AFS35 [Radio] ID = 189938 472x307
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For model 125W-Tonfunken-Sender/Empfänger AFS35, Telefunken Deutschland (TFK), (Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie Telefunken mbH:
Telefunken DRP AFS 35 N° 7620. Photo courtesy by Paolo Varriale, Museo Baracca di Lugo di Romagna (Italy)
 
Country:  Germany
Manufacturer / Brand:  Telefunken Deutschland (TFK), (Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie Telefunken mbH
Year: 1915 Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Main principle Crystal or Solid State Detector
Wave bands Wave Bands given in the notes.
Details
Loudspeaker
Power out
from Radiomuseum.org Model: 125W-Tonfunken-Sender/Empfänger AFS35 - Telefunken Deutschland TFK,
Material Metal case
Shape Boatanchor (heavy military or commercial set >20 kg).
Notes S6/11 Einheitsmodell für Wellenlänge 1200-2000 m. Angabe Salzmann: 125-Watt-Tonfunken-Sender und Detektor-Empfänger. Die Anlage AFS35 wurde bei Telefunken und Huth gebaut, insgesamt 1600 Stück.

Type AFS35 (AFS 35) has three fixed wavelengths, for medium sized airplanes.
D4 Sender & Receiver for medium sized airplanes, the same transmitter with different output and wavelength is designated D1, D2 and D3.
G Type Transmitter & Receiver, for large airplanes
N Type Transmitter & Receiver, for airplanes-- contains audion in receiver
R Type Transmitter & Receiver, for giant airplanes
Type ALS 49 for Airships (dirigibles)
External source of data Radio Museo Baracca, Lugo di Romagna
Source of data Kommerzielle Nachrichtengeräte von 1914-1945; Salzmann
Mentioned in RADIOBOTE, Österr. (Heft 60/2015 S.19 ff, Gerätebeschreibung)

Model page created by Ernst Erb. See "Data change" for further contributors.



All listed radios etc. from Telefunken Deutschland (TFK), (Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie Telefunken mbH
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Telefunken DRP AFS 35 - German military set
Alessandro De Poi
24.Jan.06
  1 Dear all,
we have one question by a writer about aviation history of the First World War. Since he helps for a military museum (Museo Baracca di Lugo di Romagna), he asks for any information about this military set, with a metallic plate in which the following name is engraved: "Telefunken DRP AFS 35 N° 7620". This is apparently a German set.
A picture is attached.
Does anyone know it?

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Ernst Erb
24.Jan.06
  2 Airplane and Airship station
Type AFS 35 Three fixed wavelengths, for medium sized airplanes, does not contain receiving device
D4 Sender & Receiver for medium sized airplanes, the same transmitter with different output and wavelength is designated D1, D2 and D3
G Type Transmitter & Receiver, for large airplanes
N Type Transmitter & Receiver, for airplanes-- contains audion in receiver
R Type Transmitter & Receiver, for giant airplanes
Type ALS 49 for Airships (dirigibles)

With the book "Kommerzielle Nachrichtengeräte von 1914 bis 1945", Gerhard B. Salzmann [578] I will be able to bring the model in. And the info above helps further.
Martin Bösch
25.Jan.06
  3 Hallo,
I found some useful informations in the books from Trenkle,F.,
I could provide You a scan from the pages but unfortunately it's all in german...
(contact me by mail)

The Aircraft Transmitter seems to be an early model, probably 1915 / 1916,
hope that helps
Martin Boesch
Ernst Erb
25.Jan.06
  4 Dear martin - just click above "To model" and you will see that we have it for 1915 ... ;-)
The message I received from Paolo: ... this radio set belonged to the plane serial 3955/17, that crashed near Orsago on November, 7, 1917.

It would be nice not to send the scan but to upload it - if it shows more than we published, please put it into the remarks of the model.

Today I spoke to the widow of Gerhard Salzmann, the author of the said document (manuscript of around 400 pages), and she is willing to give us that right. I have put this as a reference and we would have to find members who like to bring in step by step these new models. I hope we are succesful. It is a precious work, Mr. Salzmann did, but it could not go so far to be printed. This way we could publish in his name (reference).
 
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