A Fond Farewell to Analog Television
No single person can claim invention of the television. First postulated in the late 19th century, the idea for a system that could transmit images through the air was developed incrementally by many researchers. Their efforts culminated in the 1920s, when both an American, Charles Francis Jenkins, and a Briton, John Logie Baird, above, built successful prototypes.
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