Electric Television

@article{SwintonElectricT,
  title={Electric Television},
  author={A. A. CAMPBELL Swinton},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={118},
  pages={590-590}
}
INVENTION appears to be multiplying in regard to this interesting subject, and I hear that more than one inventor in Paris is employing, for receiving, the cathode ray arrangement that I believe I was the first to publish in a letter to NATURE of June 18, 1908. The ideas embodied in this arrangement had occurred to me several years prior to that date, indeed not long after the production of the Braun cathode ray oscillograph invented in 1897. I actually tried some not very successful… CONTINUE READING
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