Radio transmission from East Berlin. Listen to the silence …

Radio Berlin International was the international broadcaster for the German Democratic Republic (East Germany).
The broadcaster started in May 1959 and ceased operations on 2 October 1990 just before German reunification.
RBI used transmitters at Leipzig,Königs Wusterhausenand Nauen. In 1964, RBI’s system at Nauen built by the state enterprises VEB Funkwerk Berlin Köpenick and VEB Industrieprojekte featured rotatable tiltable antennas under remote control and able to handle 200 KW of power, making RBI the second most powerful shortwave service in the  Soviet bloc.