Electronic television

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As electronic television is called TV where image decomposition and composition unlike the mechanical television be electrical.

First practical basics of electronic television are those of Vladimir Zvorykin invented 1923/24 Ikonoskop tube as the first viable electronic scanners and in 1897 invented the cathode ray tube , which after its inventor Ferdinand Braun and Braun tube is called. Up until the turn of the millennium, the latter was the most common tool for generating images in televisions .

The natural scientist Manfred von Ardenne is considered to be the inventor of electronic television .

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