Farnsworth RCA Patent Dispute

January 24, 2012 by staff 

Farnsworth RCA Patent Dispute, Philo T. Farnsworth, the inventor of television, was born in Beaver, Utah, in 1906. While a young teenager, he developed a theory for the electronic transmission of images. He graduated from Brigham Young University in 1925, then in 1927 he demonstrated the first working model of a television system.

His invention, the “image dissector” tube, divided an image into particles that, when transmitted, could be restored to form a replica of the original image. Over the next several years, the Farnsworth Television and Radio Corporation continued to create and perfect cathode ray tubes.

After winning a patent dispute with RCA, Farnsworth held the patents for the technology from which commercial television was developed. Farnsworth died in 1971.

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