The Birth of Radio Broadcasting (Part 3): Hans Idzerda's PCGG Radio Transmitter. How does it work?

Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision and Buro RuSt and Videofabrique2016/2016

The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision

The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
Hilversum, Netherlands

Dutch public broadcasting history goes back uninterrupted to November 1919, when radio pioneer Hans Idzerda started his first experimental radio broadcasts. He used the PCGG transmitter he invented himself. Idzerda expert Pieter Bakker talks us through the technical innovations behind this special kind of FM transmitter, of which he built a working replica.

Details

  • Title: The Birth of Radio Broadcasting (Part 3): Hans Idzerda's PCGG Radio Transmitter. How does it work?
  • Creator: Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, Buro RuSt and Videofabrique
  • Date Created: 2016/2016
  • Location: Hilversum, The Netherlands
  • Location Created: The Netherlands
  • Physical Dimensions: video
  • Rights: CCbySA

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