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The history of radio technology evolution in Crimea (1899—1920). Part 2

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Author(s): Pavel Yermolov

Journal: Research in the History of Technology
ISSN 2079-2999

Issue: 16;
Start page: 4;
Date: 2012;
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Keywords: radio technologies development history | Crimea | civil communications | Black Sea Fleet | Taurida University | Institute of Physical Treatment Methods | A.S. Popov | V.N. Kedrin | A.Ye. Shcherbak | A.D. Fortushenko | M.S. Neyman

ABSTRACT
Reviewed in the second part are personalia of the famous professors who were the native citizens of Sevastopol — A.D. Fortushenko (1903—1989), director of SRI of Radioengineering, one of the initiators of All-Union Scientific Society of Radioenginnering and Communication named after A.S. Popov, and M.S. Neyman (1905—1975), specialist in the field of microwave oscillation electromagnetic systems, theoretic and applicative radioengineering; the history of development of civil telephony in the Crimea and Sevastopol; development of radioengineering and telecommunications on the Black Sea Fleet (“Communication mast” and “Sevastopol” radio stations, radio finding development); the history of establishment of Taurida University (Yalta, Simferopol) and specific participation of Kiev University of Saint Vladimir; the history of establishment of Institute of Physical Treatment Methods (Sevastopol), electrotherapy application in the hospital of Aleksandra Fyodorovna in Eupatoria, problems of redioengineering research development amid solar eclipse on 8 August 1914 in Feodosiya, as well as the questions of memorial of researchers' (A.S. Popov, V.N. Kedrin, A.E. Shcherbak) and organizations' (Institute of Physical Treatment Methods) activity.
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