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1Requires 1 TV connected to a Genie HD DVR and a Wireless Genie Mini for each additional TV. Limit 3 remote viewings per Genie HD DVR at a time. 2Actual recording capacity varies based on type of programming being recorded. 3Features available on select channels. Internet connected HD DVR (model HR20 or later) required. Restart/Rewind features compatible with Genie Minis. For Restart to work, show must be airing for at least 2 minutes. Must have internet-connected Genie HD DVR model HR44 or higher and compatible mobile device. Rewind and fast forward may be disabled. App uses location info. Not all channels available. Channels available for live streaming correspond to your package selection and may vary by location. Limits: streaming from set top box or streaming of recorded content limited to 1 device at a time. Download: To download, must be in-home on same Wi-Fi network connected to DVR. Certain programming, including On Demand and most PPV, cannot be downloaded. Data usage charges may apply to download over in-home Wi-Fi. All functions and programming subject to change at any time.
Diese Frage ist nicht leicht zu beantworten, denn die Technik des Fernsehens haben verschiedene Menschen über mehrere Jahrzehnte entwickelt. Den Grundstein legte Paul Nipkow im Jahr 1883. Dieser entwickelte ein elektrisches Teleskop mit der Nipkos-Scheibe und hatte erste Ideen zu Fernsehbildübertragungen. 1897 entwickelten Ferdinand Braun und Jonathan Zenneck die Kathodenstrahlröhre (Braunsche Röhre), die lange Zeit die verbreitetste Methode war, um Fernsehbilder zu erzeugen. Einen weiteren Meilenstein legte Manfred von Ardenne 1931 auf der 8. Funkaustellung in Berlin. Dort präsentierte er erstmals öffentlich das vollelektronische Fernsehen. Seitdem entwickelte eine Vielzahl an TV-Herstellern die Technologie weiter, sodass heute ultraschmale Fernsehgeräte mit haarscharfen Bildern Standard sind.
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