The working of an early photoradiogram or facsimile machine.
United States USA Date:1936 Duration:1 min 49 sec Sound:NO SOUND
People looking at an early wireless photoradiogram machine, or radio facsimile, invented by Richard Ranger. Observers include George Carrington and Alvis Ward of Western Electric (and subsequently of All Technical Services and then Altec Lansing Corporation). A man, possibly Richard Ranger sets up the machine to run. Another demonstrates the process of transmitting and receiving data through the machine. Examples of typewritten correspondence and handwritten correspondence are shown. 1936.
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