History of Television
History of Television | John Logie Baird invented television
Television is commonly known as TV. It was invented by a Scotland Engineer named John Logie Baird. He was born on August 13th in 1888 in Helenburg of Scotland. While he was studying in the Scotland technical college affiliated to Glasgow University, he got the thought of inventing the television. He concentrated on the invention of Television. It was in the year 1926, an experiment on television met success for the first time by displaying the moving photos in the television. The present color televisions which are used all over the world are invented by Baird only. In 1926, Baird has achieved another success in the experiment of displaying moving color photos, movie pictures in the television.
For the first time, in 1927, to display the programs in the television cabling was done for 438 miles from Glasgow to London. Using telephone lines, cables were arranged all along the way to telecast programs on the television. Later in the April of 1927, programs are telecasted through BBC. Later in the November of 1929, Baird and Bernold Nathan have set up a new television company. Through it, programs were telecasted on 60-150 centimeters screen. In the period between 1902 and 1907, a scientist named Arthur Corn has achieved success in developing the signal processing technique for displaying the picture. In 1873, Electro Chemical television was invented. Paul Gottleib, a German university student at the age of 23 had invented the scanning disc in the year 1884.