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18th June 1908. Envisioning the Future.

Whilst everyone has heard of Logie-Baird, few have come across A.A. Campbell-Swinton one of the early pioneers of  ‘distance vision via radio transmission': television.(1)

Having launched Marconi on his career, with a letter of introduction to Sir William Preece Engineer-in-Chief, of the General Post Office, Campbell-Swinton became involved with work on the newly-discovered cathode rays, as an oscilloscope, which made visible the wave form of alternating currents. 421 more words

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MM Shorts 688: The Cathode Ray

The Cathode Ray’s new single Resist is a sort of crazy punk rock/krautrock oompah hybrid – all spiky dischords and an infectious melody underpinning a vocal that’s both urgent yet oddly unhurried.

Have a listen…

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Came across this nice Cathode Ray tube

I saw this CRT demo tube and took this video for to other can see the working tube.
This tube give very nice demo of cathode rays being deflected by magnet. Mfg since 1932.

Spectrum Tube

Spectral lines of hydrogen

Hydrogen spectrum lines observed from spectroscopy a captured  with my mobile camera.Mfg since 1932.

Spectrum Tube

J.J. Thomson

On 18th of December 1856 very important physicist was born – Sir John Joseph Thomson, known also as J.J. Thomson. His most important contribution to science was “discovering” … 128 more words

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