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Telefunken is a large German manufacturer of electronic equipment, with activities in many fields, ranging from domestic appliances (radio, television, etc.) to equipment for the Department of Defense (DoD). Telefunken was founded in 1903, as a joint venture between Siemens & Halske and AEG. In the past they have also traded as AEG Telefunken.

AEG was aqcuired by DASA and was later merged into EADS Racoms. Telefunken as a company no longer exists, but the name is used (under licence) by several companies in various fields.

The part of Telefunken that manufactures radio systems for the Department of Defense (DoD) is still located in Ulm (Germany). It consists of former AEG and Telefunken department and was renamed in 2004 to Telefunken Racoms. It uses the original Telefunken logo (shown above).

Telefunken equipment on this website
Telefunken E-383-N (EP2a) LW radio direction finder Telefunken PE-484 Kleinstpeilempfänger Transmitter for German spy set SP-20 Antenna tuner for German spy set SP-20 Special Forces HF radio Miniflex UA-8036 (co-production with Philips) Picoflex UA-8035 (co-production with Philips) Telefunken spy set FS-5000
Telefunken tactical radio family HF-7000 Elcrovox 1-4D narrow band voice and data terminal (STU-II compatible) ANT/Siemens/R&S DS-102 key tape reader Protona Minifon wire and tape recorders, also sold under the Telefunken brand Telefunken FuG-8 two-way police radio (4m band) Telestar compact rugged teleprinter (telex)
ANT Nachrichtechnik GmbH
In 1983 AEG-Telefunken Nachrichtentechnik GmbH in Backnang (Germany), is sold to a consortium consisting of Bosch, Mannesmann and Allianz. At the same time the name of the company is changed into ANT Nachrichtentechnik GmbH. Apparently, this affects some of the products listed above, as the name ANT now appears on the front panel or in the firmware of some of these devices. More...

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