By: Jaysabella Padilla-Gomez
16. Person: Eugene Goldstein (1876) Development: Introduction of the term " Cathode Rays" to describe the light emitted when an electric current was forgotten through out of the vacuum-tube.
17. Person: Sheldon Bidwell (1881) experiments in telephotography
18. Person: Paul Nipkow (1881) Development:Submitted a patient application for way to electronically transmitted images using spinning metal disk;
Question: List and describe the two paths that were developed for television systems.
19. Mechanical television-based on Nipkow's rotating disks
20. electronic television-based on the Cathode Ray tube work done independently in 1907.
Question: What two firsts did Charles Jenkins claim in regard to America television?
21.He received the 1st U.S television license for W3XK (1928) , operating out of Wheaten,MD.
22. He broadcast the 1st television commercial in 1930, for which he was promptly fined bye the federal Radio Commission.
Question: How did radio networks develop during the 1916-1935?
23. The introduction of vacuum- tube amplification for the telephone line allowed AT&T to experiment with sending speechifying to distance audience that licensed over loudspeakers.The next step would be to use the lines to incorrect radio station.
THERE WILL BE PICTURES THAT WILL SHOW THE 3 PEOPLE THAT I HAD FOR MY VISIONARY PERIOD DURING THE 1880-1929'S.
EUGENE GOLDSTEIN AND HIS "CATHODE RAY" TUBE
NOW THIS IS SHELDON BIDWELL AND HIS EXPERIMENTS ON THE TELEPHOTOGRAPHY
FINALLY, THIS IS PAUL NIPKOW AND HIS SPINNING METAL DISK