Eureka Beacons in Germany

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Eureka/Rebecca was a radio navigation system developed in the United Kingdom during World War II. It was also used by several other countries. The last stations were operated in Great Britain until the early 1990s.

Eureka beacons in Germany, operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF):

StationFrequency ReceivingFrequency TransmittingIdent
Ahlhorn218213AN
Berlin Gatow222234GW196x
223213GW195x
Brekendorf225235SC196x, Replacement for Schleswig?
Celle228223CL
Geilenkirchen224230KN
Gütersloh223213GS195x
230235GS195x, 196x
Jever230234JV
Köln-Bonn (Wahn)213223WH
Laarbruch233213LL
Schleswig (Schleswigland)225235SD
Sylt / Westerland233228SL
Wildenrath218228WI195x, 196x
Wunstorf218233WF

Related Topics

Eureka Beacons in Belgium
Eureka Beacons in Denmark
Eureka Beacons in the Netherlands
Air Bases Germany
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