Find out about Blumlein and his involvment with H2S radar, AI - Airborne Interception Radar, ASV - Anti-Submarine Radar and others
Click the four buttons above or in the images to the right to view The Book 'The Inventor of Stereo, The Life & Works of Alan Dower Blumlein', by Robert Charles Alexander, The story of Stereo, The story of the birth of Television at Alexandra Palace, The story of Radar Development.

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Most people think it was John Logie Baird who invented television. Not so. The electronic television that we understand and use to this day was developed in the 1930s by the team of engineers at EMI in Hayes led by Alan Dower Blumlein. This is their story. Also details of how Alexandra Palace looks today, and biographical details of the BBCs first television presenters The invention of stereo came decades before people understood its real benefits. Find out about the first recordings in 1931, and the worlds first stereo films made in 1935 Here you can find reviews of the book from publications from all over the world, also a links page to similar and useful websites as well as details of the VIP book launch at CRL, Hayes on 26 August 1999
Who was Alan Dower Blumlein? Find out what he did, about his life, his work and meet some of those who worked with him Click on any of the four buttons at the top of the column on the left to view details of the book 'The Inventor of Stereo - The Life & Works of Alan Dower Blumlein', by Robert Charles Alexander ISBN 0-240-51628-0 Publ. Focal Press, 1999, 2000 or specific details of Blumlein's achievements with Stereo, Television and Radar. Alternatively, click on the button at the bottom of the column on the left for specific details about Alan Blumlein the man, his life and the colleagues who worked with him.