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Article about: Last week I bought these radios. They were found in a barn only 10 kilometres from my house. Since I am not a radioman I need your help to identify them. I also wonder if they are rare, and

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    Last week I bought these radios. They were found in a barn only 10 kilometres from my house. Since I am not a radioman I need your help to identify them. I also wonder if they are rare, and what the marked value is

    Best regards agv44
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    More pictures
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    All the wheels an nobs are working, and the radios are very clean inside. What do you think of them?
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    Mate,

    I'm no expert on radio except in my old job, location remote? two transmitters and receivers with some sort of middle piece? Could be the components of a radio rebroadcast station? Given Norway I guess they would have to cover large distances between out stations. A good find!!! Top!!!

    Jock

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    The radio types are actualy given on the data plates which you show in the photos If you search these Torn designations, you should find more info about them.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    great find

    The Kw.E a was designed around 1938.
    It was in use with the German Signal Corps.
    The power consumption is 2 VDC, 2A and 90 VDC, 45 mA.
    It is a superheterodyn radio set with 11 RL2P800 type tubes.
    The receiver has two r.f. amplifiers, RF mixer, oscillator, three MF amplifiers, beat frequency oscillator,
    detector and an LF amplifier.
    The set covers the frequency band 1000-10 000 kHz in 5 ranges.

    Torn.Fu.f. / 24b-211 its early radio , before war (1936)
    This transceiver was developed by Lorenz in 1935/36.
    Output power is 1 Watt. Modulation is A1 and A3.
    Total weight with accessory box is 20 kg.
    Tube used is RV2P800 and one RL2P3 in the transmitter
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    Nice info. Pierre. This is one of the reasons why i stick around this forum. A diverse group of members who have knowledge or can research.

    rgds, Ty

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