Browse Items (53 total) for W9XK Experimental Television at Iowa

Illustrated lecture on home planning by Prof. Frederic G. Higbee.

Newspaper account of the experimental television broadcast originating from the University of Iowa.

In 1941 Raymond H. Abel, a UI graduate student in speech and theatre arts, wrote his master's thesis, A Project and Preliminary Investigation of Problems Involved in Producing a Play for Television. The thesis recounted his experience directing a UI…

Diagram of locations reporting television reception of W9XK, 1930s.

Newspaper account of the experimental television broadcast originating from the University of Iowa.

Television camera employing Iconoscope. Electrical engineering instructor Ray C. Kent is focusing W9XUI camera by adjusting large portrait lens, 1941.

Daily Iowan account of the March 3, 1933 public demonstration of television.

Prof. E.B. Kurtz, head of the Dept. of Electrical engineering, looking through a bank of ten photoelectric cells mounted in frame for use at W9XK studio, 1933.

Sectional elevations of W9Xk studio and operating rooms.

Floor plan of W9XK studio, transmitter, and operating rooms.