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Industriesalon Schöneweide Fotostelle WF - Geräte und Anlagen [TFA-6221170]

Senderöhre SRS 361, Teile, Bild 2; Foto 1962

Senderöhre SRS 361, Teile, Bild 2; Foto 1962 (www.industriesalon.de CC BY-SA)

Description

Systemaufbau mit Wickelgitter (s. dazu Forschungsbericht FEB 08/530 "Sendetriode SRS 361" vom März 1963, wo das Bild verwendet wurde). Besteller: Göttel, Abteilung: TER. Göttel arbeitete im Bereich Senderöhren und ist von 1958 bis 1967 nachweisbar. Foto, Juli 1962

Material/Technique

SW-Negativ, Planfilm

Measurements

13x18 cm

Detailed description

Findbucheintrag: Senderöhre SRS 361 Teile; Juli 1962 (Transkriptor: Alexander Apel)

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