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 (zwôr′ĭ-kĭn, zvôr′yə-), Vladimir Kosma 1889-1982.
Russian-born American engineer and inventor of the iconoscope (1923), the first practical television camera.


(Biography) Vladimir Kosma (ˈvlædɪmɪə ˈkɒsmə). 1889–1982, US physicist and television pioneer, born in Russia. He developed the first practical television camera


(ˈzwɔr ɪ kɪn)

Vladimir Kosma, 1889–1982, U.S. engineer and inventor, born in Russia.
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1938 - Russian-born American inventor and television pioneer Vladimir Zworykin is granted a patent for his 'television system'.
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El teletipo (1910) permitio el envio de mensajes escritos a distancia utilizando determinados codigos, y en 1923 el ruso Vladimir Zworykin hace posible el nacimiento de la television que, a partir de 1935 efectua sus primeras emisiones regulares.
Zworykin patenta el iconoscopio: primera camara que puede transmitir imagenes e imprescindible para el desarrollo de la television.
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