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Telehor television set as developed by Denes von Mihaly

TeKaDe Süddeutsche Telefon-Apparate-, Kabel- und Drahtwerke AG (1912 - 1982); Telehor AG1929

Museum for Communication Frankfurt, Museum Foundation Post and Telecommunication

Museum for Communication Frankfurt, Museum Foundation Post and Telecommunication
Frankfurt am Main, Germany

At the 5th Great Radio Show in 1928, Denes von Mihaly presented a receiver, based on the Nipkow disk, which processed 30 or 60 lines and 10 frames per second. The number of lines could be selected by changing the disk. In 1930, the TeKaDe company acquired the patents and put a DIY construction kit for the "System TELEHOR" television receiver on the market. It was able to receive the Witzleben station, which the Reichpost used to broadcast experimental transmissions, and the Baird Television Company station from London.

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  • Title: Telehor television set as developed by Denes von Mihaly
  • Creator: TeKaDe Süddeutsche Telefon-Apparate-, Kabel- und Drahtwerke AG (1912 - 1982); Telehor AG
  • Date Created: 1929
  • Location Created: Nürnberg, Bayern, Deutschland
  • Rights: © Museumsstiftung Post und Telekommunikation
  • Material: Holz, Metall, Glas

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