History Of Television

The beginnings of television goes back to the year 1884 with the invention of the Nipkow disk of Paul Nipkow, for 1925 the inventor John Baird made the first real test using 2 disks, one as issuer and the other as a receiver, with him at the beginning of the 20th century television systems were developed, were initially created devices that were sending images via radio, but with very little success, in principle it was only possible to capture static images, already in 1935 appeared models mechanical and electronic, the first to start transmissions was mechanics but was later surpassed by the electronics because of its superior technology. Over time the TV step living laboratory to be within the reach of people. Initially attempting to capture images using a camera transmitting them through the air receiving them with a receiver at some distance from where the image originated. In the 1920s arise 2 early models of televison mentioned above, mechanics and the electronic, both were developed simultaneously between individual inventors and companies. The quality of the image of mechanical television system improved dramatically over time, but always remained well below that obtained by electronic television. The electronic television was devised by Vladimir Zworykin who worked for RCA, so in 1931, RCA installed an antenna on the Empire State starting test transmissions. In January 1935, the British Government took an apposition in favour of the televison electronics due to their superiority over the mechanics and in 1936 the BBC began broadcasting from London at Alexandra Palace Studios. In the United States the television technology changed from year to year and in 1939 NBC was the first to establish a regular service and it wasn’t until 1941 when the FCC authorized him as commercial television in 1941.

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