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ANTENTOP- 01- 2012, # 016

Underground Antennas

 

 

(Note I.G.: According some my information the 30- artillery division had four underground antennas. There were “trenches” antennas similar to described in the above post by Andrey 1967 (RA6AMP). One antenna had direction of radiation to Moscow radio- center. Second antenna had direction of radiation to Odessa radio- center. Third and fourth antennas were intended for communication with ships on the Black Sea. The two antennas had direction of radiation directed to West and East of the Black Sea.

 

However a German artillery shell destroyed the feeder shaft to the underground antennas making those ones useless. It was 610-mm shell from mortar “Karl.” The feeder shaft was close to the on- ground antennas and it was destroyed at the same time when the on- ground antennas were smashed. ” Figure 4 shows a shell from mortar “Karl.” (Reference 4))

 

RT4I

05.08.2012 21:43

I have seen underground antennas in a radio communication center in Saratov Region, Marx- district. The antennas were made from a coaxial cable. The coaxial cable was lying on a gravel “pillow”. Antennas were buried on to 1.5- meter in the ground. Design of the underground antenna was similar to a logo- periodical antenna.

 

Figure 3 30- Artillery Division- Recent Days

 

Figure 5 Mortar Karl on Fire Position near 30- Artillery Division

 

 

Figure 4 610- mm shell from mortar “Karl”

   

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