STANGL Funktechnik GmbH
STANGL Funktechnik GmbH

History

2013 Part 145 maintenance organization dissolved due to production End of
Air radios at company DITTEL

 

2012 Certificate of Approval as a Contractor for Bundeswehr Aeronautical Equipment
Personnel and technical expansion for automated PCB assembly

 

2011 Further development of our Aviation Communication Systems for remote operation via LAN and fiber optic

 

2009 Approval as Part-145 maintenance organization DE.145.0424 by the Luftfahrt-Bundesamt (Federal Aviation Office)
Special development of aviation emergency transceivers for Tower and Contingency rooms at Airports for DFS (Air traffic control Germany)

 

2008-2010 Worldwide exclusive sales, service and support for all Dittel Transceivers

 

2004 Stangl Funktechnik changed its legal form to Stangl Funktechnik GmbH
Expansion in the field of digital terrestrial trunked radio (TETRA) technology
Installation and commissioning of TETRA networks

 

2002 Special development for radio-controlled approach lighting at airports in India

 

1998 In-house developments in the field of aviation communication systems Development of our base station GTRX with the Dittel FSG90

 

1996 Special development for radio-controlled approach lighting at airports in Indonesia

 

1995 Expansion in the field of aviation communication base stations

 

1987 Expansion in the field of public safety common wave radio technology
Installation and commissioning of common wave radio systems

 

1985 Move to the present headquarters in Baiersdorf, Erlanger Strasse 9 Increase in staff

 

1982 Relocation to Baiersdorf
Expansion in the field of public safety communication systems and industrial communication systems

 

1981 Foundation of Stangl Funktechnik in Erlangen Heßdorf
Focus: Radio communication systems for taxi and handcraft business

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