Richt(Funk)verbindung (RV).








  All three German services used radio relay stations as a supplement to land lines and HF-radio.  The advantage of such a system is that it is very difficult to intercept and/or jam the traffic.  The system worked in the Dezimeter-Band and each station could accommodate 12 simultaneous telephone conversations. The most widely employed systems by the Luftwaffe were the DMG 3 Rudolf and the DMG 5 Michael systems.  Two types of towers were used as depicted below.  



A heavy type tower near Hobro, the antennas were mounted on the platforms.

  A light type tower (mast) at FlH Tirstrup.  


Foundation, probably for heavy tower.

  RV systems recognition guide.  



Location of the sites in Denmark.