On May 15, 2021, you can visit the Albert Agora Museum in Szent-Györgyi: Those who are interested can also visit the brand new exhibition, telephone 1890-1980, which shows the development of the telephone service in Hungary from the beginning to the 1980s. -When the home wireline is considered a serious status sign.
A kind IT History Exhibition of the Neumann Institute During the forced closure during the pandemic, his team organized an exhibition about the history of Hungarian telecommunications, providing many interesting things for laymen and experts. The 1890-1980 telephone exhibition will be open to the public in Szeged on May 15, 2021 Albert Agora in Szent-Györgyi, Show the protection card (for minors, you can accompany parents with protection certificates, teachers, professional leaders, and team leaders).
Another theme of the telephone exhibition from 1890 to 1980 is that we have been celebrating World Telecommunication Day since May 17, 1968 to commemorate the signing of the International Telecommunication Union by representatives of twenty countries in Paris on May 17, 1865. The Articles of Incorporation.
Telecommunications is the foundation of computer networks, and computer networks are an indispensable part of our daily lives-in the past year or so, the importance of connectivity has become more apparent. Hungarian inventors played an important role in its development. In the exhibition, all of this becomes practical: during the operation, visitors can watch and try some objects. The exhibits are selected by the organizer from several museums and private collections.
Ferenc Puskás first introduced the telephone at Gyöngytyúk (today Gyulai Pál) Street 17, Budapest in July 1879, which provided contact between his apartment on the first floor and the first floor. Later, he also put into use the first telephone exchange in Hungary, which opened on May 1, 1881 on the 3rd floor of Fürdőutca 10, Budapest. Floor (today’s V., József Attila utca 14.), there are 50 subscribers, and they pay an annual deposit of 180 HUF for using the phone.
Other little-known representatives of Hungarian development will also be exhibited in the new exhibition:
- The Kissing Blue Typed Telegram (1889)
- CB 35 “kurblis” telephone (1937)
- Manual telephone exchange with 50 lines (1950)
- ARK-511 Crossbar Telephone Exchange (1970s)
- ER 256 is Hungary’s first stored program control center (1989)
After the opening, you can visit the exhibition during the opening hours of Albert Agora in Szent-Györgyi (6722 Szeged, Kálvária Avenue). Qualified museum educators at the Information History Exhibition Hall can help visitors display and operate equipment.
For the elementary and middle school students, the exhibition is an exciting program. Even if it is a holiday event, the operators of the exhibition have also prepared interesting quizzes for them.
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