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Early television cathode ray tube

Early television cathode ray tube

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SPUTNIK / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY SPUTNIK / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption

Early television cathode ray tube (CRT), museum model. This early CRT design was developed by the Russian inventor Boris Rosing. Rosing invented a television system that combined an electromechanical camera mechanism with a CRT. Rosing, whose work built on the earlier work of Nipkow, patented his inventions in Germany in 1907 and 1911. A picture of a telecommunications satellite is in the background. This museum is the Central Communications Museum in Leningrad, Russia. Photographed in December 1983.

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