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University of Birmingham - Birmingham, England. In November 1943 Rudolf Kompfner first demonstrated amplification of [[Radop|radio]] frequency signals with a traveling wave tube. The device made possible important advances in telecommunications technology. Travelling wave tubes lay at the heart of [[Communications Satellites|telecom satellites]] like Telstar and other systems.  
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University of Birmingham - Birmingham, England. In November 1943 Rudolf Kompfner first demonstrated amplification of [[Radio|radio]] frequency signals with a traveling wave tube. The device made possible important advances in telecommunications technology. Travelling wave tubes lay at the heart of [[Communications Satellites|telecom satellites]] like Telstar and other systems.  
  
 
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University of Birmingham - Birmingham, England. In November 1943 Rudolf Kompfner first demonstrated amplification of radio frequency signals with a traveling wave tube. The device made possible important advances in telecommunications technology. Travelling wave tubes lay at the heart of telecom satellites like Telstar and other systems.