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The History of the Development of Television Technology in the USSR. 1920-1930s

Student: Georgiy Bozhchenko

Supervisor: Aleksandra Bekasova

Faculty: Saint-Petersburg School of Social Sciences and Area Studies

Educational Programme: History (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The paperis dedicated to the study of the creation of television technology in Soviet Russia in the 1920-1930's., And what impact this process has had a radio design, radio and the development of amateur radio movement. The first working image transmission system at a distance appeared in the 1920s. During this period, the United States and Europe, actively spread the system of mechanical television, which were used primarily for entertainment or a visual complement to the broadcast. At the same time in the Soviet Union, there have been several research and experimental development in the field of television technology. The history of Soviet radio begins with the appearance of radio and the creation of the first radio organization in the late imperial period of history. With the organization of the Nizhny Novgorod Radio Radio engineering Soviet was in a state of centralization, however, by the mid-1920s. mass production of radio and popularization of radio has led to an increase in plants and laboratories working in this field. On the basis of interaction with the military and civilian agencies, magazines and educational institutions, to create a large technological system of Soviet radio, which by the end of the 1920s. It becomes the basis for research in the area of ​​the remote control, and cinematography, including television. The development of television technology in the USSR in the 1930s, largely repelled from the context of the development of television in Europe and America. At the same time, Soviet engineers, aims to popularize and spread of television, based on the experience of the Soviet development of radio in the 1920s. Important phenomena of Soviet television is also interested in research work in the direction of the military department, to provide orders for laboratory, on the production of military equipment, use an image transmission over a distance of Principles.

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