The Boat Anchor Manual Archive
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745
Rel3u420c
e309
e310
e311
e311a
e311extra
m02627-a10
multizet
oscillarzett
smp-e200
smp-e208
smp-e240

Hello:

Hi from Aachen, Germany.

I have two Manuals of the german SIEMENS tube RX e310 and e311 as described in the Ostermann book. Those rigs are very common in Germany, I don´t know how many of them found their way over the pond.
Unfortunately, the description is in German, but perhaps it will be helpful anyway.
Manuals and descriptions are scanned b/w with 300 dpi, stored as pcx and zipped.

Plaene= schematics
Prospekt= prospectus, description or advertising folder
TDV= technical manual from German Bundeswehr (Army)

Thanks for your good site.

vy73

Chris

webmaster@cproft.de

Christof Proft
Kurfuerstenstrasse 15
52066 Aachen

Germany

I´m SWL and collector, no licence yet.

This is the BAMA archive. These manuals are available for download and free of charge.

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Submitting a Manual

If you have a better copy of any of these manuals or a manual which is not listed, and wish to share, you can upload the manual to ftp://bama.edebris.com/uploads/ . Or, you can email me directly with the manual. I accept all formats.

BAMA Development

As the submissions of manuals grow and grow, I have not been able to keep up with the influx of manuals. So, I have decided to rewrite the BAMA web site. This new site will include multiple administrators. We will soon have a select team of manual curators for this archive.

Expect additional information about this effort in the fall of 2015. I want the new site to be online in the spring of 2016.

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