Guillermo González Camarena
He was a man equally multifaceted investigating, inventing or composing songs, was born on February 17, 1917 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, their parents wereArturo Gonzalez and Sara Camarena.
He worked in the station of the Ministry of Education, while experimenting in his laboratory until, in 1934 produced its own television camera, was 17 years old.Began to improve his TV set, and the latent idea to color, developed a system Sequential Trichromatic Campos, who patented the view that it was possible to adapt the system of black and white. When hewas 23 he was awarded the patent for the system with the number 40 235, which assumed the primary colors.
His curiosity was never satisfied as to enter the field of astronomy, built his own telescopewhich earned him his income as a starter to the Astronomical Association of Mexico. In 1941 he was appointed head of radio operators XEW and XEQ.
In the field of broadcasting also made contributionsin 1945 when the Ministry of Communications and Public Works commissioned a study on the volume, noise and attenuation of electrical communication systems in order to establish the legal units ofreference the dial of the radio.
Guillermo Gonzalez Camarena's work extended to the field of medicine when they began to use television to black and white, then colors, as a vehicle for teaching thesubject.
In 1950 Columbia College in Chicago, called for the manufacture of the television system the young Mexican researcher and exported to neighboring televisions manufactured in Mexico.
In January1951 he was commissioned by Radio Panamericana, SA, to identify and locate the first relay station for Mexican television, which was installed in Atzomoni between Popocatepetl and Iztaccihuatl.
Inthe middle of the decade of the 50s boom was raised to buy televisions, so that the engineer Camarena merged with Channel 2 and was appointed technical advisor Telesistema Mexicano.
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