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Mechanical Television

A. J. Carter

A. J. Carter owned the Carter Radio Co. in Chicago, a manufacturer of radio components such as rheostats. Carter became interested in television, and collaborated with U. A. Sanabria in building Sanabria's first television station at WCFL.

Early Television

Carter's radio plant also manufactured receivers using Sanabria's designs. These sets were demonstrated at radio shows in Chicago and New York. The article below mentions a 5 x 5 inch screen, which describes the Westen model 41, which used a lens disk. However, the 41 wasn't introduced until about 1932.

Early Television

Early Television

 

Early Television

 

 

 

 

Early Television

Courtesy of Linda Lopez