The German company Loewe AG is known as a manufacturer of electronic equipment, including televisions, radios and recording equipment. The main office is located in Kronach, Bavaria.
In January 1923 Loewe brothers founded the company in Berlin Radiofrequenz GmbH, in October of the same year - the company Loewe-Audion GmbH for the production of vacuum tubes, and soon after that - the firm Loewe Radio GmbH, manufactures speakers and resistors. In 1924, to the concern Loewe joined assembly plant radios and firm Eudarit-Pressgut GmbH, owned patents on the combined radio tubes. In 1926, the group began producing radio OE 333 to the combination lamp 3NF own design - it is contained in one cylinder three transistor, two capacitors and four resistors, which gives reason to call it the prototype of today's integrated circuits. The OE lamp 333 on one detector and audio frequency amplifier were collected - almost the entire receiver, besides the input circuits, handsets and power supplies. At the same time, "Loewe" 2HF released and the lamp for the high gain (two tetrode, two resistors and a capacitor). The developer of the lamps was Manfred von Ardenne (1907-1997), then the participant works on creation of nuclear weapons in Nazi Germany.
The company Loewe has approximately 1,000 employees. Approximately half of the Loewe turnover comes from international markets. Loewe AG has sales partners and subsidiaries in different countries. This, in particular, the subsidiaries in Belgium, France, Italy and Austria.