2014

TELEFUNKEN booth at IFA 2014

2010

Launch of the worlds first High-definition multi-media player, PMP-Player, and the T9HD.

2009

Foundation of the TELEFUNKEN Partner Alliance.

2007

Acquisition of the trademark rights TELEFUNKEN by Live Holding AG.

1988

First version of the Two-way Radio, developed by AEG-Telefunken for Lufthansa Airlines.

1979

The name of the overall company was changed to AEG-Telefunken Aktiengesellschaft on June 21, 1979.

1978

Development of the first lingual computers. It was named “Oskar”.

1977

Implementation of the FMS Radio Communication System for Highway Police.

1972

Founding year of the TELEFUNKEN TV & Radio Corporation, with headquarters in Hannover.

1970

World premiere of the audio-visual System TED (TelevisionDisc), creation of the mechanical digital Data Storage Device, the Mini-Disc.

1967

Presentation of two Television sets at the IFA Berlin, one in black/white, one in color, using the Tri PAL System.

1962

Invention of PAL. Start of research & production of solar cells for use in aerospace.

1959

Development of Telefunken Super Computers, the TR4 and TR 440, in use until 1985.

1956

First Traffic Radar System, brought to you by Telefunken.

1951

Telefunken produces the first Television, the Type FE 8.

1950

With the Teleport I and II, Telefunken built the first mobil communication device.

1941

Before and after the Second World War, Telefunken was the leader in electronic communications.

1936

Prof. Dr. Walter Bruch developed the first electronic television camera, with which he used for a live broadcast of the Olympic Summer Games in Berlin in 1936.

1935

During the eighth Grand German Radio Exhibition in Berin, Telefunken presented the Worlds first "Magnetophon" Voice Recorders.

1932

Invention of the Hexode (Elektronenröhre)

1928

On October 31, 1928, during the fifth Grand German Radio Exhibition in Berlin, Telefunken presented a television set with the Karolus-Telefunken system in public for the first time.

1925

Telefunken’s first broadcast.

1923

Telefunken began its production of radios.

1903

Under the advice of Emporer Wilhelm II, two rival research groups, the Siemens & Halske GmbH and the radio-telegraphy department of AEG, merged on May 27, 1903, to form the "Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie mbH".

2014

TELEFUNKEN booth at IFA 2014

2010

Launch of the worlds first High-definition multi-media player, PMP-Player, and the T9HD.

2009

Foundation of the TELEFUNKEN Partner Alliance.

2007

Acquisition of the trademark rights TELEFUNKEN by Live Holding AG.

1988

First version of the Two-way Radio, developed by AEG-Telefunken for Lufthansa Airlines.

1979

The name of the overall company was changed to AEG-Telefunken Aktiengesellschaft on June 21, 1979.

1978

Development of the first lingual computers. It was named “Oskar”.

1977

Implementation of the FMS Radio Communication System for Highway Police.

1972

Founding year of the TELEFUNKEN TV & Radio Corporation, with headquarters in Hannover.

1970

World premiere of the audio-visual System TED (TelevisionDisc), creation of the mechanical digital Data Storage Device, the Mini-Disc.

1967

Presentation of two Television sets at the IFA Berlin, one in black/white, one in color, using the Tri PAL System.

1962

Invention of PAL. Start of research & production of solar cells for use in aerospace.

1959

Development of Telefunken Super Computers, the TR4 and TR 440, in use until 1985.

1956

First Traffic Radar System, brought to you by Telefunken.

1953

Radar Technology (1958 to 1962 Radar Station at Hamburg harbor).

1951

Telefunken produces the first Television, the Type FE 8.

1950

With the Teleport I and II, Telefunken built the first mobil communication device.

1941

Before and after the Second World War, Telefunken was the leader in electronic communications.

1936

Prof. Dr. Walter Bruch developed the first electronic television camera, with which he used for a live broadcast of the Olympic Summer Games in Berlin in 1936.

1935

During the eighth Grand German Radio Exhibition in Berin, Telefunken presented the Worlds first "Magnetophon" Voice Recorders.

1932

Invention of the Hexode (Elektronenröhre)

1928

On October 31, 1928, during the fifth Grand German Radio Exhibition in Berlin, Telefunken presented a television set with the Karolus-Telefunken system in public for the first time.

1925

Telefunken’s first broadcast.

1923

Telefunken began its production of radios.

1903

Under the advice of Emporer Wilhelm II, two rival research groups, the Siemens & Halske GmbH and the radio-telegraphy department of AEG, merged on May 27, 1903, to form the "Gesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie mbH".