[vlad-uh-meer koz-muh] /ˈvlæd əˌmɪər ˈkɒz mə/ (Show IPA), 1889–1982, U.S. physicist, engineer, and inventor, born in Russia: known as the “father of television.”.
Vladimir Kosma (ˈvlædɪmɪə ˈkɒsmə). 1889–1982, US physicist and television pioneer, born in Russia. He developed the first practical television camera
zwr your sigs weak but readable (shortwave transmission)
zwt send words twice (shortwave transmission)
- Zx spectrum
zx spectrum computer Sinclair’s first personal computer with a colour display. The Spectrum used the Zilog Z80 processor like its predecessors the ZX-80 and ZX-81. It was originally available in 16k and 48k versions using cassette tape and later grew to 128k and sprouted floppy disks. It had a wider and more solid case and […]
zx-81 computer An even more successful version of the Sinclair ZX-80, featuring a large uncommitted logic array instead of much discrete logic, an improved BASIC, and rather more expandability (it could take 16kb RAM packs). It was launched around 1981 and was eventually replaced by the Spectrum. (1995-11-04)