g43 RTTY and telex equipment
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g44 telephone equipment

German office telephone Emy41

Post-War and Pre-War bunker telephones, the post-war type is a heavy beast! Either was available with and without dial

Jack stripe from German telephone switchboard

Ordinary German field telephone (1933) with adapter for use towards an remote battery line (SB-zusatz),
probably not for ATE since it is no dial (or is the dial the 2nd accessory?).

Circuit diagram for the German field-telefon

Circuit diagram (Schaltbild SB-Zusatz 33); Switch, capacitor and audio choke

The basic circuit for balancing a telephone in a two-way circuit with minimum sidetone is derived on the wheatstone bridge.
Balance is achieved when the transmitted audio doesn't return to the receiver. Normally such simple circuit will have a
practical balance of 20-26dB, but the normal telephone subscriber line has an impedance of 620W in series with 1µF
and 47nF in paralell (see below). Reference.: Phone patch hybrid circuit.

Lumped 700W (800Hz) equivalent to a standard telephone subscriber line in Europe, 620W in series with 1µF and 47nF in paralell

Telephone Subscriber switchboards
(Refr: Telefoni til bruk i Telegrafverket, III. DEL, 1953)

see pg 33b. Carrier frequency systemst for telephones
Some items have been moved to page 33b.

Riksvåpen for fjellstuer (Telegrafverkets linjeopsynsstuer) - antakeligvis noe lignende av hva Veivesenet hadde bl.a. på Håhelleren.

EB/LME switch for telephone exchange type AGF (OS)