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Here is mr. Staaland with his radio collection. He has special interesting in hi-end receivers.

From right:
Kw.Ea – German WW2 HF receiver.
Swabenland – German WW2 - ln21021. Serial no. 2 from 1941.
Köln E52-b1 – German WW2 receiver. This is the best receiver built under the WW2.
Fu.H.E.c1 – German WW2. Receiver with a frequency range 3.0 to 26 MHz.
T9K39, Main – German WW2. U-bote receiver. Very rare.


Here is Staaland’s photo collection from the 331 / 332 squadron.
The 331 and 332 squadron was Norwegian fighter squadrons.








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ENIGMA


Here is mr. Staaland’s Enigma.
This is a four rotor enigma. This device comes directly from an old store.
Some of the dust is probably from WW2.

STAALAND's ENIGMA PAGE









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Fug16



Fug16



From right:
Swabenland – German WW2 - ln21021. Serial no. 2 from 1941.
Köln E52-b1 – German WW2 receiver. This is the best receiver built under the WW2.
Fu.H.E.c1 – German WW2. Receiver with a frequency range 3.0 to 26 MHz.




Kw.Ea – German WW2 HF receiver, NA6a power.
Kw.Ea
– German WW2 HF receiver, NA6a power.





Fu.H.E.c
FunkHorcEmpfänger - c / Monitoring Receiver
Frequency range: 3.53-25.80MHz.




Fu.H.E.d
FunkHorcEmpfänger - d / Monitoring Receiver
Frequency range: 24.5 - 61 MHz.




Staaland in LA6NCA’s lab.
Testing out LA6NCA’s power on Fu.H.E.d
This receiver has not been used for at least 35 year.
The receivers frequency was exactly right on all frequency
except the 60 MHz band where the frequency error was 0.15 MHz.
This is exceptional good.
LA1K have used the receiver after WW2.


F.u.H.E.v - German WW2.
This is a very rare receiver. Frequency range is from 25 MHz to 170 MHz.
It was used as a receiver in a radio direction finder system.


F.u.H.E.u - German WW2. 1940
Frequency range is from 0.73 MHz to 25 MHz.
It was used as a receiver in a radio direction finder system.





Inscription under the cover done by a German soldier.



Spez-422, 1937, 3 Watt HF Tranceiver.
This is 1 of 12 Spez-422 wish come to Norway in 1945 from Sweden with the Norwegian
police force. Swedish army used also this transceiver.



Spez-422 with stern antenna.



Mr. Staaland with his Li.Sp.50/60.
This is a WW2 German optical communication system for 2-way audio signals.





Made by Carl Zeiss in 1941


from top:
R-390A/URR – USA 1950 and 1960’s. This is one of the most famous receiver in the world.
T9K39, Main – German WW2. U-bote receiver. Very rare.



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FuP.E3, 1941, 190 kHz - 600 kHz, Used at Vernes airport Norway.





Spez-860, (E381S) HF receiver, 1939.


US


From top:
BC-375, USA, WW2, HF- transmitter
Hallicrafters S27, USA, WW2, VHF – Receiver
AN/VRC-165, USA, HF – Tranceiver




BC-375, 1944, HF transmitter.





Hallicrafters S27

Hallicrafters S27, USA WW2
Frequency range: 27.8 – 143 MHz
Mode: FM, AM and CW
This radio have a special history.
It vas used on the H.NOR.M.S L44 GLAISDALE from 15/7-1942 TO 1945

Destroyer H.NOR. M.S. GLAISDALE.
took part on the D-day of World War 2.
Later in the war she struck a mine
After the war, she joined the Norwegian Navy with
a new name, K.N.M NARVIK.

R-1051/URR



R-1051/URR, B806, 2 – 30 MHz, Independent sideband receiver.
Wells Gardner co, 1944, Receiver 15 kHz - 620 kHz.



This R-1051/URR was used in this ship, BRAGE.





BC654, (SCR284A), USA, WW2, 3.8 MHz - 5.8 MHz.



HRO 500, HF receiver


SR523, Receiver. 3.6 MHz – 24 MHz, CW.
Designed and used by Stay Behind Norway.
This is a secret military unit wish was established after WW2.
This unit was compromented in the late 80’s.

Stay Behind was a super-secret special force,
intended to create a resistance movement in any
Norwegian territory conquered by an enemy force.
Nobody “joins” the unit - it’s entirely by recruitment,
and only recruits that are completely trusted are told
the nature of the unit.


Wurlitzer 2404 from 1960



Mr. Staaland with this new Wurlitzer 2404 from 1960.






IBM typewriter collection.



Mr. Staaland with this IBM typewriter collection.


WW2 - JEEP



Here is mr. Staaland with his WW2 - JEEP


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