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1936 Electronics Magazine


 

1936 July Electronics.JPG (73899 bytes)    1936 July Electronics INDEX.JPG (89417 bytes)               

July 1936  -- Question: How did they photograph the top of the Empire State building?  See answer on Index page.  This was the installation of the new antenna for 1936 RCA television field testing.

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Electromagnetic spectrum chart -- with proposed UHF frequency changes

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Article on Von Ardenne's Cathode-Ray Scanner for Televising Film

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Von Ardenne's apparatus for scanning film by Cathode-Ray Tube.  Adjacent article announcing the new "RCA Review".

1936 July Electronics Pg48.JPG (157015 bytes)
Article on German Post Office "Seeing-Talking" telephone booth -- 380 miles between Leipzig and Berlin -- Picture was 180 lines, 25 fps, electronic cathode-ray receiver!               

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Western Electric 305A and 304B UHF Triode Tubes (Valves).  The 305A cost $38.50 (about $425 in today's money).

1936 July Electronics Pg71.JPG (143806 bytes)
 High Power television transmitting tubes -- Gammatron Type 3054 -- ($467 cost -- $5,000 in today's money).

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Safar of Milan, Italy - 7 meter power amplifier which supplies 1400 watts of television signal for Italian experimenters. 


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