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NIKOLA TESLA - GENIUS WHO INVENTED the TWENTIETH CENTURY Aleksandar Marinčić
Profesor Robert Lomas, Bradford University: Nikola Tesla – Forgotten Genius of Electricity, 1999.
YU-MTT Chapter issued a periodical Microwave Review Vol. 2, No. 7, 2001 Dedicated to 145 th Anniversary of Nikola Tesla
Participants from abroad: Prof. Jasmina Vujić, California University, Berkeley Dr Đurađ Budimir, Westminster University, London K.L. Corum, Dr J.F. Corum USA John W. Wagner Elementary School, USA
Radio development James Clerk Maxwell - electromagnetic waves (theoretical prediction, 1865.) Heinrich Hertz - experimental verification of Maxwells theory (1888.) Nikola Tesla – continuous wave Oliver Lodge -wireless telegraph (1894.) G. Marconi – modification of Hertz apparatus (1896.)
Hertz transmitter (1887)
Teslas contributions to radio development Generators of h.f.currents – machine and spark generators (Tesla coil), Coupling of generator to antenna – ground system (1892./3.) System of four tuned circuits, Receiver with rectification of h.f. current and integration and damp, Using two (or three) carriers to provide protective coding and suppression of interference and receiver with AND circuit 1900.
Teslas lecture at Columbia College, 1891
Teslas spark generator of h.f. currents (1)
Teslas spark generator with Tesla coil (2)
Coupling of h.f. generator to antenna-ground (Tesla, 1892.)
From lecture in St.Louis, first radio, 1893
World Exhibition, Chicago, 1893.
Teslas exhibits in Chicago, 1893
Teslas laboratory in Newyork ( )
Marconis transmitter (1896.)
Teslas system of four tuned circuits (1897.)
Teslas radio controlled boat (1898.)
Colorado Springs Laboratory (1899.)
Tesla u laboratoriji u Kolorado Springsu
Nikola Tesla diary from Colorado Springs 1899
Colorado Springs: High power h.f. generator
Colorado Springs: continuous wave modulators
Colorado Springs: integrate and damp receiver
System with two-carriers transmitter and AND circuit
Long Island Laboratory
Interior of Long Island Laboratory
Main Teslas contributions in developing radio H.F. machine generators; Tesla coil; Four tuned circuits system; Cooled coils for increasing selectivity; Multi-frequency radio system; Receiver with rectification and damp circuit; Remote control of vehicles.
Teslas unfinished projects and visions Worlds Radio Station at Long Island; Wireless Transmission of Energy; Weather control by h.f. and high voltages; Electromagnetic shell; Electrostatic accelerators and beams of non-electric particles; Application of ball lightings.