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The history of the invention the television variety of people and organizations are seen in it. From the development of an idea until it becomes an electronic machine called television, made with hard work from various parties. Television was not invented by a single inventor, instead many people working together and alone over the years, contributed to the evolution of television. 1862 First Still Image Transferred Abbe Giovanna Caselli invents his Pantelegraph and becomes the first person to transmit a still image over wires. 1873 Scientists May and Smith experiment with selenium and light, this reveals the possibilty for inventors to transform images into electronic signals. 1. 1876 - Boston civil servant George Carey was thinking about complete television systems and in 1877 he put forward drawings for what he called a selenium camera that would allow people to see by electricity.

Eugen Goldstein coins the term "cathode rays" to describe the light emitted when an electric current was forced through a vacuum tube. Late 1870s Scientists and engineers like Paiva, Figuier, and Senlecq were suggesting alternative designs for Telectroscopes.

" Soon after 1900. Bell's Photophone used light to transmit sound and he wanted to advance his device for image sending. the momentum shifted from ideas and discussions to physical development of television systems. That is where Russian Constantin Perskyi made the first known use of the word "television. Campbell-Swinton and Russian scientist Boris Rosing. 1881 Sheldon Bidwell experiments with his Telephotography that was similiar to Bell's Photophone. working for Westinghouse and later RCA. George Carey builds a rudimentary system with light-sensitive cells. Two major paths in the development of a television system were pursued by inventors. the first International Congress of Electricity was held.1880 Inventors Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Edison theorize about telephone devices that transmit image as well as sound. . 1900 And We Called It Television At the World's Fair in Paris. The Audion was the first tube with the ability to amplify signals. 1884 18 Lines of Resolution Paul Nipkow sends images over wires using a rotating metal disk technology calling it the electric telescope with 18 lines of resolution. y y Inventors attempted to build mechanical television systems based on Paul Nipkow'srotating disks or Inventors attempted to build electronic television systems based on thecathode ray tube developed independently in 1907 by English inventor A. advanced the electronic model. Boris Rosing combines Nipkow's disk and a cathode ray tube and builds the first working mechanical TV system. American Charles Jenkins and Scotsman John Bairdfollowed the mechanical model while Philo Farnsworth.First Mechanical Television System y y Lee de Forest invents the Audion vacuum tube that proved essential to electronics. working independently in San Francisco.A. y y y 1906 . Electronic television systems eventual replaced mechanical systems. and Russian emigrant Vladimir Zworkin.

Today we have. 1956 Robert Adler invents the first practical remote control called the Zenith Space Commander. 1924/25 First Moving Silhouette Images y American Charles Jenkins and John Baird from Scotland. Human genius has now destroyed the impediment of distance in a new respect. It was proceeded by wired remotes and units that failed in sunlight.1907 Early Electronic Systems y Campbell Swinton and Boris Rosing suggest using cathode ray tubes to transmit images. Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover commented. . y 1956 Ampex introduces the first practical videotape system of broadcast quality. 1923 y Vladimir Zworkin patents his iconscope a TV camera tube based on Campbell Swinton's ideas. files for a patent on the first complete electronic television system. Independent of each other. in a sense. Department of Commerce conduct the first long distance use of television that took place between Washington D. Philo Farnsworth. The iconscope. y John Baird becomes the first person to transmit moving silhouette images using a mechanical system based on Nipkow's disk. which he called the Image Dissector.C. they both develop electronic scanning methods of reproducing images. and New York City on April 9th. 1927 y Bell Telephone and the U. Zworkin later develops the kinescope for picture display (aka the reciever). which he called an electric eye becomes the cornerstone for further television development.S. and in a manner hitherto unknown. each demonstrate the mechanical transmissions of images over wire circuits. Charles Jenkin built his Radiovisor and 1931 and sold it as a kit for consumers to put together (see photo to right). Vladimir Zworkin patents a color television system. the transmission of sight for the first time in the world s history. y y 1926 30 Lines of Resolution y John Baird operates a television system with 30 lines of resolution system running at 5 frames per second.

1967 Most TV broadcasts are in color.125 lines of resolution.broadcasts are now internationally relayed. the first satellite to carry TV broadcasts .Nixon debates. 1962 The All Channel Receiver Act requires that UHF tuners (channels 14 to 83) be included in all sets. first TV transmission from the moon and 600 million people watch.125 Lines of Resolution NHK demonstrates HDTV with 1. 1969 July 20.1960 The first split screen broadcast occurs on the Kennedy . 1972 Half the TVs in homes are color sets. 1976 Sony introduces betamax. 1962 AT&T launches Telstar. . 1973 Giant screen projection TV is first marketed. 1978 PBS becomes the first station to switch to all satellite delivery of programs. 1981 1. the first home video cassette recorder.

In. until we can watch it at home. Even so star still believes that the development of this technology will still keep growing. 1993 Closed captioning required on all sets. He created a more stable plasma screens and brilliant.com/od/tstartinventions/a/Television_Time_2. 1995 Still remember with Larry Weber. http://inventors. 1983 Direct Broadcast Satellite begins service in Indianapolis. 1996 The FCC approves ATSC's HDTV standard. In this he succeeded mengelesaikan plasma screen project.htm . 1986 Super VHS introduced. the product Pengembanga LCD. Wow lot's of business people involved in television history. A billion TV sets world-wide.about. And following the historical development of digital television. 2000 years and above. 1984 Stereo TV broadcasts approved.1982 Dolby surround sound for home sets is introduced. Plasma and even CRT.

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