Manfred von Ardenne (20 January 1907 – 26 May 1997) was a German research and applied physicist and inventor. He took out approximately 600 patents in fields including electron microscopy, medical technology, nuclear technology, plasma physics, and radio and television technology. From 1928 to 1945, he directed his private research laboratory Forschungslaboratorium für Elektronenphysik. For ten years after World War II, he worked in the Soviet Union on their atomic bomb project
First Scanning Electron Microscope with high resolution from Manfred von Ardenne 1937.jpg
✠ Manfred von Ardenne (left). He developed a three-system electronic tube for wireless telegraphy (at age fifteen). A few years later, he invented the scanning electron microscope. He then developed a (transmission/reception) CRT television system, publicly demonstrating it in 1931. By 1935, Berlin had his electronically scanned TV service and by 1936 they could broadcast the Olympics on live TV. During the war, he turned to nuclear research. Post-war, he had to work for the Soviets.
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Ardenne Fernsehanlage2 world's first TV setup `1930 in Berlin by Manfred Von Ardenne.
Theodor Fontane's Effie Briest: Elisabeth Baronin von Ardenne
Wall decals at Von Ardenne highlight their technical equipment.
Historia de la televisión: -1884: Pual Nipkow y su "disco de Nipkwow" -1930: Las primeras emisiones de televisión -1931: Manfred von Ardenne: sistema de televisión utilizando tubos de rayos catódicos para transmisión y recepción -1937: Televisión electronica