Kálmán Tihanyi

Physicist, Inventor

1897 – 1947

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Who was Kálmán Tihanyi?

Kálmán Tihanyi, was a Hungarian physicist, electrical engineer and inventor. One of the early pioneers of electronic television, he made significant contributions to the development of cathode ray tubes, which were bought and further developed by the Radio Corporation of America, and German companies Loewe and Fernseh AG. He invented and designed the world's first automatic pilotless aircraft in Great Britain.

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Born
Apr 28, 1897
Zbehy
Also known as
  • Kalman Tihanyi
Nationality
  • Hungary
Profession
Education
  • Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Died
Feb 26, 1947
Budapest

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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