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About Sir John Ambrose Fleming invented the first vacuum tube. He was also the first to hold the title of professor of electrical engineering.
Description Sir John Ambrose Fleming (November 29, 1849 - April 18, 1945), often called a father of modern electronics, is best known for developing the first successful thermionic valve (also called a vacuum tube, a diode, or a Fleming valve) in 1904. His invention was the ancestor of all electronic tubes, a development that gave birth not only to radio communications, but to the entire electronics industry. Inspired by his inventions, we initiated this page with latest scientific updates.

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