1935 -1941 Italian TV Set
(Unfortunately, there is not much Italian prewar
1936 Safar Television
1935 Safar Television
The only material available to me about prewar Italian
television was this 1935 progress report below
A Survey Of Television Progress In Italy (1935)
Technical Director of Safar with his "Telepantoscope", a new
Apparatus for Spot-Scanning (90 Lines, 25 Frames); Studio for transmission by
means of Nipkow Disc (90 Lines, 25 Frames)
Safar Radio-Television Short Wave Transmitter
Safar's Apparatus for Tele-Cinema Transmissions (180 Lines, 25 Frames per
High Definition Tele-Cinema Transmission (240 Lines, 25 Frames);
First National Machinery Exhibition, Turin, Italy, November 1934
Safar Cathode Ray Tubes for television purposes;
Cathode Ray Tube bases on display
Construction Details of Telepantoscope;
The first type of tele-camera used by Safar in transmitting cinema films
First direct television transmission tests being made in Castellani's
Laboratories with the Telepantoscope designed by him.
Safar's "Televisode" Apparatus for Cathode-Ray Tube Reception
of High-Definition Television Images (180 Lines, 25 Frames per second).
The Safar "Televisode" electronic television at work at the
First National Radio Exhibition, in Milan, Italy, in 1934.
Constructional Details of the Tele-Camera used for direct television
Topics on this page: The Cathode-Ray Beam; The Tele-Camera; The Cinema
Projector; Tele-Camera for Direct Television; The Synchronising Disc
Topics on this page: Efficient Conversion of Light into Current; Details
of the "Televisode" CRT Receiver
website by Andy Emmerson, about the History of Television in Italy.
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