Hamburg Meteo :

 

a CQ call opening the telegraphic weather service (rb, 1984)
listen here to the RTTY test tape, recorded from longwave with only 85hz signal shift (rb, 2010)
just in case you have no decoder at hand ;-)

 

in 1983, Rudy van Dalen received this QSL card along with a friendly and detailed letter
a PPC from 1986 of their RTTY transmissions (rb)
this letter from weather service headquarters in Offenbach was sent to Vladimir Rozhkov in 2004
the new series of QSLs, here from the collection of Tom Rösner
a special commemorative QSL (100 years of coastal radio) (Tom Rösner, 1999)
another commemorative QSL (100 years first transmission from Helgoland to Cuxhaven) (Tom Rösner, 2000)
yet one more commemorative QSL from the collection of Tom Rösner (2001)
from the new series of fine QSL cards, here an antenna picture...
...and here with a portrait of Heinrich Hertz (both: Frank Schüttig, 2004)
another one from the series, showing Ferdinand Braun (Vladimir Rozhkov, 2005)
here a couple of photos from the transmitter site Pinneberg (Klaus Betke)
some more pictures from the site, sent in by 'dx-manager' in 2010



this link will show their actual schedule for RTTY and FAX transmissions

 

TX-Site Pinneberg (Quickborn)

 

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Callsigns:
DDH**
DDI**
DDJ**
DDK**
DDN**

 

Frequencies Morse Telegraphy:
136.8
139.1
147.3
3245
3328
3752
3855
4025
4960
5876
7880
9880
10100.8
11039
11638
13568
13882.5
14467.3

 

Frequencies FAX Picture Transmissions:
3855
7880
13657
13882.5
14467.3

 

Frequencies Radioteletype:
147.3
4583
5859
7646
7880
10100.8
11039
11088.7
11638
13657
14467.3

 

Systems used:
120 rpm
50 Bd