Fritz Schröter

Fritz Schröter (* 28. December 1886 in Berlin; † 11. October 1973 in Ulm) was a German physicist and television pioneer.

Until 1930 he worked in the laboratory that Telefunken - society for wireless telegraphy and worked on the transmission of pictures. 1928 it demanded the use of the Braun tube for the television and developed that, now still common interlaced scannings, which it 1930 as “procedures for the scanning of television pictures” patent itself read. 1931 - 1945 it called as a fee professor to the TH Berlin 1938 introduced it the rectangle picture tube. Starting from 1947 he worked in Paris, whereupon he went to 1950 for 5 years as a professor to Madrid.

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