German Wehrmacht Radios
(Ulm) - Luftwaffe VHF communications receiver (Ln 21001-1).
23.7…70.0 MHz, A1 / A3 / F3.
Using the same type of tubes all over -
RV 12 P 2000 pentodes. Some E 53 models
were capable of television signals reception. Manufactured
by Telefunken from 1943.
be continued after the picture set...
was designed by Telefunken as part of Luftwaffe contract for
four receivers (E 51, E 52,
E 53, E 54) all
similar in appearance, to cover all the usable frequency
spectrum up to 120 MHz.
"Leipzig" was a double-conversion superhet
covering Long and Middle waves. But Wehrmacht already had
enough receivers for frequencies below 1.5 MHz. This is
why only E 52 "Köln" and E 53
"Ulm" were approved for service. E 54
"Kulm" has never seen production because
WW II was over.