405 Alive Issue 12 (October 1991)
|20||A Fascinating Might-Have-Been.||The Canadian TV station CFCF 12 which so nearly could have started with 405-lines.|
|22||The Telcan Story.
|The first portable video tape recorder offered to the public from 1963.|
|Recollections of Lime Grove studios.|
|28||Television In Belgium.
|A history, from unofficial broadcasts in 1930, the official start in 1952 and the line standards used.|
|29||Philips TV/CA I.||Illustrations of a pre-war Philips prototype television receiver.|
|31||405-line Receiver Design.
|Television design changes through the 40s and 50s.|
|32||More On Test Cards And Pictorial Sides.
|Slides transmitted during colour experiments, from 1957 through to the mid-60s.|
|34||405-Line TV: The Final Seven Years.
|Recollections of receiving transmissions towards the end of the 405-line era.|
|36||Autumn 1955 Colour Tests.
|A copy of a questionnaire sent to T.V. Receiver manufacturers, with details of transmissions and what information should be collected.|
|Tables of the various C.R.T. Numbering systems used by Mullard and Mazda.|