British Radio and Television Pioneers: A Patent Bibliography

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Scarecrow Press, 1993 - Performing Arts - 206 pages
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The author cites each of the British patents of 29 radio and television inventors in chronological order, giving the researcher a sense of the historical development of each inventor's work. Some inventors whose early work in electricity and telegraphy prepared the way for radio's birth have been included, as well as inventors directly involved in radio and television. Citations for Marconi's British patents, from the beginning of radio in the nineteenth century through 1955. With a title index for each inventor with ten or more patents, a cumulated title index to all patents in the book, and a personal name index that locates patents granted in the name of more than one person.
 

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EDWARD V APPLETON 18921965
1
JOHN L BAIRD 18881946
4
ALEXANDER G BELL 18471922
26
SIDNEY G BROWN 18731948
27
WILLIAM CROOKES 18321919
47
WILLIAM H ECCLES 18751966
50
JOHN A FLEMING 18491945
53
CHARLES S FRANKLIN 18791964
57
WILLIAM NOBLE 18611943
98
WILLIAM H PREECE 18341913
99
CHARLES E PRINCE 1874?
101
JOSEPH H T ROBERTS 1890?
103
ERNEST Y ROBINSON ??
106
HENRY J ROUND 18811966
123
ERNEST RUTHERFORD 18711937
137
JOHN SCOTTTAGGART 18971979
138

OLIVER HEAVISIDE 18501925
66
DAVID E HUGHES 18311900
67
FLEEMING JENKIN 18331885
68
OLIVER J LODGE 18511940
71
NORMAN W MCLACHLAN 1888?
76
EDGAR W MARCHANT 18761962
82
GUGLIELMO MARCONI 18741937
83
STANLY R MULLARD 18831979
90
JAMES E MURRAY 18681927
95
WILLIAM THOMSON 18241907
146
RICHARD N VYVYAN 18761946
154
ROBERT A W WATT 18921973
155
CHARLES WHEATSTONE 18021875
157
CUMULATED TITLE INDEX
159
PERSONAL NAME INDEX
202
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
207
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\David W. Kraeuter (BA, Geneva College; MLS, University of Pittsburgh) has been a reference librarian at Washington and Jefferson College since 1968. His articles on radios and radio history have appeared in various popular and technical journals, and he edits The Pittsburgh Oscillator: The Journal of the Pittsburgh Antique Radio Society.

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