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|Torn.Fu.a2 is a
development of Torn.Fu.a which was developed in 1933.
It had crystal control of the transmitter. Torn.Fu.a2 was designed in 1935 with VFO.
Technology has come so far in 1935 that they managed to create a stable VFO.
It was used in the Berlin Olympic 1936 by police.
It was also used by a German scientific expedition to Tibet.
It was replaced by Torn.Fu.b1 in 1937
|Frequency range||3000 - 6670 kHz ( 300 - 667 MyHz)|
|Power output||1 Watt|
First test of Torn.Fu.a2
The transmitter is on the left. It has two tubes. VFO and output amplifier.
The receiver on the right with three tubes.
|The transmitter, receiver, power module and audio
module are separate units that can
be plugd together to form a complete transceiver.
Wonderful wonderful casting technique is used.
This design method was the Designed in 1933 and was used until 1945.
Here is the front plate removed. We see scale plates with frequency marking.
Frequencies are marked in Myria Hz. Myria Hz is 10E + 4 (10000) Hz.