What year was cable tv invented?

Answer Coaxial cable television was invented in 1949 near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by Robert J. Tarlton. Jerrold Electronics, a Philadelphia-based company, then developed a method of amplifying the coax... Read More »

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What year was cable television invented?

Cable television was invented in June 1948 by John Walson, an appliance store owner in Mahonoy City, Pennsylvania, to meet the needs of his customers. Originally called Community Antenna Television... Read More »

Who invented cable TV?

According to American Heritage, cable television was first invented by Ed Parsons of Astoria, Oregon. His invention was announced in the November 1949 edition of Sylvania News. A few months later P... Read More »

Who invented the USB cable?

The Universal Serial Bus specification was originally developed by IBM, Intel, Compaq, Microsoft, DEC, NEC and Nortel. These companies formed the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF) in 1995 and release... Read More »

Who invented the cable tie?

Designers at the electrical company Thomas & Betts first invented cable ties in 1958. The ties were originally developed to control the hundreds of wires used in aircraft manufacturing. The first d... Read More »