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Des Kaiser´s Handy#1-Station 50 / Köln-Flittard

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Hidden : 01/27/2003
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Geocache Description:

Mobilfunk anno Pomm
N 50° 59.760 E 006° 58.933
UTM: 32U E 358406 N 5651317

Bitte beachtet meinen Log vom 17-01-2004!!

bitte beachtet meinen log vom 01-12-03

An der angegebenen Stelle findet Ihr ein Haus welches, es dem Kaiser ( und nur Ihm bzw. anderen wichtigen Würdenträgern ) gestattete wichtige Mitteilungen zwischen 2 Städten zu übermitteln.

Wie heissen die Städte?
Wieviele "Handys" waren nötig?
Wieviele Personen wurden benötigt um es zu betreiben?
Welchen Titel tragen diese "Handymen"?
Wieviele Antennen hat das "Handy"?
Funktioniert das "Handy" auch bei Nacht?
Wieviele Zeichen beherscht das "Handy"?
Wie lange brauchte es für einen mittleren Satz?

antworten vor dem loggen, bitte per mail an mich.

at the coordiantes you find a house, wich belongs to a very old mobilephone-system, wich was used by the german emperator and other important people. it was possible to send messages between 2 cities.

tell me the names of the cities?
how many mobilephones were necessary?
who many people were necessary to make it work?
what´s the name of this job?
how many antennas has one mobilphone
did it work at night?
how letters were possible with this mobilephone?
how long does it take the send an everage sentence from the first to the last city?

pls. send answers bevore logging by e-mail to me.

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