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From: "Mike Engelhardt"
Subject: Re: Alan Blumlein site
Date: 19 Sep 2002 21:28:43 GMT
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> And some of it has been permanently lost. On last reading, there is
> still no public record of how the Germans produced an incredibly narrow
> radio beam to guide their night time bomber raids directly over targets
> in England.
Oh, yeah, what was that called, "Eckebein" or something
like that? Maybe our German readership can remember.
I understand that once identified, the antennas/transmitters
were destroyed. I hadn't realized that there remains a
mystery involving their detailed operation regarding
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