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The TAB (a manufacturing subcontractor to Telefunken) V-72 soon became popular with other radio stations and recording facilities.

The V-72S was the only type of amplifier found in the REDD.37 console used by the Beatles at Abbey Road Studios on many of their early recordings.

During the Second World War, Telefunken was a supplier of vacuum tubes, transmitters and radio relay systems, and developed Funkmess facilities (later called radar devices by the US navy) and directional finders, adding extensively to the German air defence against British-American Aerial Bombing.

The mainframe computer TR 4 was developed at Telefunken in Backnang, and the TR 440 model was developed at Telefunken in Konstanz, including the first ball-based mouse named Rollkugel in 1968.

The computers were in use at many German university computing centres from the 1970s to around 1985.

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Around the start of the 20th century, two groups of German researchers worked on the development of techniques for wireless communication.

The one group at AEG, led by Adolf Slaby and Georg Graf von Arco, developed systems for the Kaiserliche Marine; the other one, under Karl Ferdinand Braun, at Siemens, for the German Army.

This was the very first two-stage, "Hi-Fi" amplifier.

Over time, Telefunken perfected their designs and in 1950 the V-72 amplifier was developed.

When AEG was bought by Daimler in 1985, "Telefunken" was dropped from the company name.

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