Television Experiments in WA (1936-1950)

29 November 2020

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Wireless Hill Museum, in partnership with the WA VHF Group presents a series of Sunday Talks.

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Hear the story of Blake Horrocks who built W.A.’s first television transmitter and receiver, in Harvey in 1936. At this talk you will see working replicas of his television apparatus, including a Nipkow disc, a Mirror Drum
Scanner, a Mihaly-Traub Mirror Scanner and a one inch receiver.

Entry is free, no bookings required.

Please note that this event is subject to COVID-19 health regulations.
Attendee numbers may be limited and the event altered/cancelled.

Event Information

Hosted by

Wireless Hill Museum

Time2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Cost

Free

Contact Details

Phone 08 9364 0158 during Museum opening hours:

  • Wednesday and Friday: 10.00am to 2.00pm
  • Sunday: 12noon to 4.00pm

Location

Wireless Hill Museum
Telefunken Drive
Ardross WA 6153 Get Directions

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