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ISBN:
0810825562
Author:
David W. Kraeuter
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English
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Scarecrow Press; A Patent Bibliography edition (March 1, 1992)
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329 pages
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Start by marking British Radio and Television Pioneers: A Patent Bibliography as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Some inventors whose early work in electricity and telegraphy prepared the way for radio's birth have been included, as well as inventors directly involved in radio and television.

David W. Kraeuter (BA, Geneva College; MLS, University of Pittsburgh) has been a reference librarian at Washington and Jefferson College since 1968

David W. Kraeuter (BA, Geneva College; MLS, University of Pittsburgh) has been a reference librarian at Washington and Jefferson College since 1968.

Kraeuter includes complete citations to over 3,000 patents. ISBN13: 9780810825567. Release Date: March 1992.

David Sarnoff, American pioneer in the development of both radio and television broadcasting. David Sarnoff, (born February 27, 1891, Uzlian, Minsk, Russia -died December 12, 1971, New York, . As a boy in Russia, Sarnoff spent several years preparing for a career as a Jewish scholar of the Talmud. He immigrated with his family in 1900 and settled in New York City. American pioneer in the development of both radio and television broadcasting.

David Carroll grew up as a fan of these broadcasters and was fortunate enough to become a friend and colleague to many of them

David Carroll grew up as a fan of these broadcasters and was fortunate enough to become a friend and colleague to many of them. A Chattanooga radio and television personality since 1975, Carroll’s career highlights include a stint at AM top 40 radio giant WFLI, being the first voice on FM rock station KZ-106, hosting The Morning Show on WDEF-TV for four years, and anchoring the evening news on WRCB-TV since 1987. His friendships with hundreds of local radio and television personalities bring their stories to life, providing an informative entertaining look at Chattanooga’s broadcast history

The period covered begins with electricity and wired telegraphy, but emphasis is on electronic communication, particularly radio and television

The period covered begins with electricity and wired telegraphy, but emphasis is on electronic communication, particularly radio and television. The 100 inventors chosen include some whose early work in electricity paved the way for radio's birth, and others who worked largely outside the field of electronics but had strong connections with the early development of radio broadcasting. Kraeuter is a reference librarian at Washington and Jefferson College.

Each of the U.S. patents of forty radio and television inventors is cited in chronological order, giving the researcher a sense of the overall development of each inventor's work from the beginning of radio in the nineteenth century through 1978. Great and lesser patents are listed, including Lee de Forest's Audion (the radio tube) and transistor; Edwin Armstrong's side-band FM and superheterodyne circuits; David Sarnoff's secret radio signaling system; William Dubilier's electrical condensers, along with his better mousetrap; John Stone's many important radio telegraphy and tele-phony devices, plus his reinforced soap cake; and many others. Kraeuter includes complete citations to over 3,000 patents.