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Charles Francis JENKINS (1867 - 1934)

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Early television american pioneer.

After having worked on movie projector technic for several years with his colleague Armat, Charles JENKINS got interest in tÚlÚvision around 1923. Around 1925, he worked on improving the television neon lamp, also called kino lamp. during the begioning era of mechanical television. By that time he invents his "RADIOVISOR", an apparatus with which he can transmit fixed black and whites images.

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