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Signals from Telecom Tower in London

Signals from Telecom Tower. Computer artwork of Telecom Tower in London, showing microwave signals radiating from its top aerial. Towers like this form the links in modern telecommunications networks relaying telephone, telex and data communications. The rounded microwave aerials seen, point towards other towers which may be many kilometres away. At the time of completion in 1966, Telecom Tower (formerly known as the Post Office Tower) was Britains tallest building at 189 metres high. It can process 150, 000 simultaneous telephone conversations and over 40 television channels

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Media ID 6428289


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Standard Size Mouse Pad 7.75" x 9..25". High density Neoprene w linen surface. Easy to clean, stain resistant finish. Rounded corners.

Archive quality photographic print in a durable wipe clean mouse mat with non slip backing. Works with all computer mice

Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 17.9cm x 23.7cm (7" x 9.3")

Estimated Product Size is 20.2cm x 23.7cm (8" x 9.3")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.

This print showcases the iconic Telecom Tower in London, surrounded by a mesmerizing display of microwave signals emanating from its pinnacle. The computer artwork beautifully captures the essence of modern telecommunications networks, where towers like this serve as crucial links for relaying telephone calls, telex messages, and data communications. The rounded microwave aerials visible on the tower's top point towards other distant towers, symbolizing the vast reach of our interconnected world. These signals travel across many kilometers to ensure seamless communication between individuals and businesses alike. Originally known as the Post Office Tower and completed in 1966, this architectural marvel stood tall at an impressive height of 189 meters, making it Britain's tallest building at that time. Beyond its remarkable stature, Telecom Tower boasts incredible capabilities; it can process an astounding 150,000 simultaneous telephone conversations while simultaneously transmitting over 40 television channels. This awe-inspiring image serves as a testament to humanity's relentless pursuit of technological advancements in communication. It reminds us of how far we have come since the tower's construction and highlights our ongoing reliance on these vital infrastructures for global connectivity. As we gaze upon this striking visual representation captured by Science Photo Library, we are reminded of the intricate web that enables us to connect with one another effortlessly across vast distances – a true marvel of human ingenuity.

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