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Early Electronic Broadcasting

In the 30s the Image Dissector camera tube was invented by Philo Farnsworth. About 1934 the first iconoscope cameras were developed by RCA.
 

Gallery of early electronic broadcast equipment
American early electronic stations
British/European early electronic stations

 

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Amateur television broadcasting Modern cameras using iconoscope tubes
ATC medical television NBC early electronic studio tour
BBC studio - 1935 Phillips 1938 TV caravan
Camera tubes RCA Broadcast Equipment Catalog - 1939
Eiffel Tower transmitter RCA remote equipment - 1937
Farnsworth early electronic stations RCA 500-A camera - 1939
German TV studios 1935-39 Remington Rand Orthicon Camera - 1941
KDYL Salt Lake City 1939 RCA cameras Safar studio and transmitter - 1939
KSTP Twin Cities 1939 RCA camera TV networks
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RCA 1939 Iconoscope Field Camera

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RCA WW2 Airborne Camera 

 

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RCA Test Antenna