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• • The Early Years Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone on March 7, 1876. During the course of the next 20 years, the average number of daily calls per 1,000 population grew relatively slowly, from four to 37. *• • 06 Nathan B. Stubblefield's, Mechanical Telephone Patent No. 378,183, February 21, 1888. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page, serviced over 38 locals in Murray, Kentucky. State by State franchises for telephone rights or territorial deeds were sold in various parts of the United States.
• • By 1889, his telephone system tied into the Bell system. In 1892: AT&T reaches its initial goal, opening a long distance line connecting New York and Chicago. The circuit could handle only one call at a time. The price was $9 for the first five minutes. (See NBS100 Timeline)
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Just shortly before the Bell patent was to expire, in 1893, the world first wireless telephone was demonstrated in 1892, by Nathan B. Stubblefield. His wireless telephone worked along side his own telephone system, connected to his own local Murray, Kentucky Telephone company.
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But once the Bell patents did totally expired in 1894, with no regulatory constraints, thousands of competitors, including Nathan B. Stubblefield, in Murray Kentucky, began wiring the nation, with their various telephone systems and territorial franchise agreements. The daily calling average per 1,000 people increased from 37 in 1895, to 391 in 1910.
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In May, 1898, Stubblefield was issued his - Wireless Telephone Transmission Coil Patent that enabled him to publicly expand his company and wireless voice transmitter into the newly discovered WIRELESS TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH business. See, United States Patent No. 600,457, Granted May 8, 1898. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. By 1908, both Stubblefield and DeForest were enabled to file their WT and Radio Patents, that created the Internet and Wi-Fi connection. Stubblefield Received His All Purpose - Wireless Telephone Patent, Number 887,357 1908 0512 - PATENT: Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. The DeForest Audion Patent Number Three, #879, 532 Covering The Device As A Detector - Was Issued On February 18, 1908. (See NBS100 Timeline)
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1896, could be the starting point for the 100th anniversary of the Communication Act of 1996. It could also be analogized to the Dot Com era that commenced when Congress open the door in 1996 to the Internet. The marketing and selling of his wireless telephone stock certificates along with other companies ran rapid, that created the big bust of 1911.

1898 0508 - Wireless Telephone Transmission Coil Patent - United States Patent No. 600,457, Granted May 8, 1898. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. PATENT WAS ISSUED TO STUBBLEFIELD FOR the ELECTROLYTIC COIL. The Patent was referred to as the: Electrolytic Water Battery, the Electrolytic Oscillating Coil, the Induction Coil, Earth Battery, Undamped Transmitting Coils, The Stubblefield's Electrolytic Detector. CLICK FOR MORE

Section B: TIMELINE / http://www.smart90.com/nbs100/NBS100reportB.htm
Timeline Exhibit "A" / 1868 to 1905 - "The Land-line to Wireless"
Timeline Exhibit "B" / 1905 to 1910 - The Wireless Demos"
Timeline Exhibit "C" / 1910 to 1916 - "The War Years"
Timeline Exhibit "D" / 1916 to 1925 - "WT Patent Expires
Timeline Exhibit "E" / 1925 to 1934 - "Radio Stations / FCC formed

TIMELINE /CENTER STORY

1868
1868 - Dolbear, Amos E. - Professor at University of Kentucky in Lexington. From 1868 till 1874. In 1876 perfected and patented his magneto electric telephone, and the static telephone in 1879. He published "The Art of Projecting", (Boston, 1876); "The Speaking Telephone" (1877); and "Sound and its Phenomena" (1885). Dolbear also worked on converting electrical spark into sound waves and electrical impulses. These sound wave are now termed the Hertzian Wave.

1868 - Edison invents the stock ticker.

1869 - Ulysses S. Grant, President: 1869 - 1877.

1870 - Morse, Samuel invents his telegraph in 1870.

1871 - Telephone - Antonio Meucci. was the Inventor of "Telectrophone". Bell changed the name to the "Speech Machine", when applying for his patent. According to an Italian postage stamp, it claims that Meucci not Bell - invented the telephone. Meucci patented his invention in 1871. The Italian postage stamp was released in 2000, to commemorate the Italian who was officially credited with the invention of the telephone, Antonio Meucci. Meucci invented the telectrophone for communicating with his bedridden wife from his workshop. "He died a pauper".

1872 - Telegraph - The earliest patent for telegraphy (Morse Code) without wires (wireless) -- was granted to Dr. Mahlon Loomis, 1826 - 86). The patent was entitled "Improvement in Telegraphy" and was Dated July 20, 1872 US Pat. No. 129,971). Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. He demonstrated only the potential differences on a galvanometer between two kites during a lightning storm, 14 miles apart in Loundonun County, Virginia in October 1866. Patent expired in July, 1889.

1873 - James C. Maxwell: publishes a book on electricity. magnetism and the flow either encircling the earth.

1876 - Dolbear, Amos E. - In 1876 perfects and patents his magneto electric telephone.

1876 - The Bell Telephone Patented: March 7, 1876. Alexander Graham Bell patented the telephone on March 7, 1876. During the course of the next 20 years, the average number of daily calls per 1,000 population grew relatively slowly, from four to 37.

1876: Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone, for which he receives two patents. With two financial backers founds the company that becomes AT&T.

1877 - Edison invents the phonograph.

1877: The Bell Telephone Company, the first predecessor company to AT&T, is formed and issues stock to the seven original shareowners.

1877: The Bell Telephone Company, the first predecessor company to AT&T, is formed and issues stock to the seven original shareowners.

1878: The first telephone exchange in the United States opens in New Haven, CT under license from Bell Telephone. Within a few years, licensed telephone exchanges open in every major city in the country. These franchises, together with the parent company, eventually become known as the Bell System.

1879 - Dolbear, Amos E. - In 1879, he perfected and patented his static telephone.

1879 - James C. Maxwell dies.

1882 - 01 Nathan B. Stubblefield demonstrates his ability to send a signal across the Murray Courthouse Square without wires. Note: Nathan's wireless signal moved the needle of a compass from north to south, to east-west, the area where Nathan was standing with his transmitter.

1882: The American Bell Telephone Company acquires a majority interest in the Western Electric Company, securing a supplier for telephone equipment.

1885 - The Stubblefield Coal-Oil-Lamp Lighter, Patent No. 329,864, dated November 3, 1885. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. This was the first of four patents filed by the 25 year old, Nathan B. Stubblefield of Murray, Kentucky.

1885: The American Telephone and Telegraph Company is formed as a subsidiary of then-parent American Bell Telephone Company, with a charter to build and operate the original long distance network. By the end of the year, AT&T completes its first line, between New York and Philadelphia. The initial capacity of the line was one call.

1887 - German physicist Heinrich Hertz first discovers Radio Waves. He transmitted an electrical spark which was heard in a receiving circuit a few meters away, thus the term Hertzian Wave. Hertz demonstrated that the velocity of radio waves equaled the speed of light. The unit of frequency was named in his honor.

1888 - The Stubblefield Mechanical Telephone Patent No. 378,183, February 21, 1888. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. Nathan B. Stubblefield and Samual Holcome patents their mechanical "vibrating" telephone system. The first permanent mechanical telephone installation was in Murray, Kentucky to demonstrate and sell franchised telephone rights or territorial deeds around the United States.

1889 - Larynogophone: Nathan B. Stubblefield - In 1889, Stubblefield developed what was to have been an improvement on his mechanical telephone, and he renamed the device the "Larynogophone." It was basically the original mechanical telephone but with a hearing tube and a bell added to his copper wired telephone system that emitted Sideband Electromagnetic Waves.

1892 - First Wireless Telephone Broadcasting Demonstrations: (Voice) Nathan B. Stubblefield's first public "wireless telephone" demonstration was given in the town square of Murray, Kentucky, a radius of about one half mile.
••• By connecting his telephone apparatus to his newly invented electrolytic coil earth battery -- he transmitted and detected continuous undamped electromagnetic waves, at a radius of about one half mile: See Yes90 tvinews FIREWIRE AND WATERMELONS
•••Using his grounded bare wired aerial system connected to his loop coil antenna, placed on top of his receiver -- he was able to talk back and forth "without wires" to others with a like telephone and loop antenna, or broadcast voice and music to those listening through a mono-earphone piece; (The so-called Hertzian Wave, was produced by coils that emitted sparks, and could not transmit voice signals).
•••Rainey T. Wells, who later became the founder and president of Murray State University, was one of the first persons to hear Stubblefield's wireless voice transmissions. Rainey became his assistant in the 1892 exhibit. The public exhibits demonstrated Nathan's;
•••• 1. Own Aerials;
•• • 2. Own Inductive Coupling To The Aerial And Ground Circuits;
•••• 3. Own Tuning Coils and Detectors, to Obtain the Desired Wavelength, and;
•• • 4. Employed his own power source emitted from the earth that acted both as a "hot spot" to transmit a continuous flow of electricity to power his transmitter signals through space, and as an unlimited supply of electricity that simulated a charged-up battery, ready to be used at will. *(See Footnote.) Ice House. *

1892 - The first permanent wireless telephone broadcasting installation was in January, 1892. The station was constructed in Murray, Kentucky, by Stubblefield's Teleph-on-del-green Industrial College, now the campus where Murray State University is now located. See Yes90 tvinews / Murray State University was once Nathan Stubblefield. CLICK IMAGE FOR MURRAY, KENTUCKY
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1892: AT&T reaches its initial goal, opening a long distance line connecting New York and Chicago. The circuit could handle only one call at a time. The price was $9 for the first five minutes.

1893 - Bell Telephone patent expires.

1894 - 02 The first permanent wired telephone exchange switchboard installation in Murray, Kentucky, was on February 12, 1894. The telephone service was constructed in Murray, Kentucky, by the Nathan Stubblefield Telephone Manufacturing Co., in the town square to work in conjunction with his wireless telephone operation.

1894 - Heinrich Hertz dies in January.

1894 - The first permanent wired telephone exchange switchboard installation in Murray, Kentucky, was on February 12, 1892. The telephone service was constructed in Murray, Kentucky, by the Nathan Stubblefield's Telephone Manufacturing Co., on the town square to work in conjunction with his wireless telephone operation.

1894: Alexander Graham Bell's second telephone patent expires, opening the telephone industry to competition. Within a decade, over 6,000 companies went into the telephone business in localities across the country.

1895 - Wireless Telegraph Demonstration: (Dit dahs - no voice) Guglielmo Marconi - In the spring of 1895, what Nathan B. Stubblefield did with wireless voice transmission in 1892, Guglielmo Marconi did with dots and dashes utilizing damped electromagnetic waves emitted by his Ruhmkorff coils. (see 1997). He discovered that his "black box" utilizing the Ruhmkorff coil, could send controlled measages, by touching two electrically charged wires together in a dit dah manner - over distances far greater than those from his villa to the garden -- distances which would travel more than a mile. It was Marconi's great basic invention. Like Stubblefield, he built an aerial -- an antenna which he connected to one side of the spark gap. (Hertz had merely used a horizontal rod ending in a plate.) The aerial was a metal cylinder atop a pole. He connected the other side of the spark gap to a ground -- at first, a copper plate lying in the ground. The receiver also got an aerial and ground.

1897 0713 - Transmitting Electrical Signals by Ruhmkorff Coil Patent - (Dit Dahs, No Voice) - Guglielmo Marconi, Electromagnetic Spark Transmitting apparatus, was granted on July 13, 1897, United States Patent No. 586,193. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. The apparatus could transmit damped electromagnetic waves, utilized a Ruhmkorff coil. (see - 1895). The first permanent wireless telegraph installation was constructed at the Needles on the Isle of Wight, Great Britain, by Marconi's wireless Telegraph Co. Ltd, in November 1897.

1898 - 0404 April. Newspaper demands WAR WITH SPAIN. The Hearst, New York Journal issued a million copy press run dedicated to the war in Cuba. The newspaper called for the immediate U.S. entry into war with Spain. "The war of the United States with Spain was very brief. Its results were many, startling, and of world-wide meaning." --Henry Cabot Lodge 19 March.

1898 - 0420 April - U.S. President William McKinley signed the Joint Resolution for war with Spain and the ultimatum was forwarded to Spain. Spanish Minister to the United States Luís Polo de Bernabé demanded his passport and, along with the personnel of the Legation, left Washington for Canada.

1898 - 0421 April - 21 April. The Spanish Government considered the U.S. Joint Resolution of April 20 a declaration of war. U.S. Minister in Madrid, General Steward L. Woodford received his passport before presenting the ultimatum by the United States.

1898 0508 - Wireless Telephone Transmission Coil Patent - United States Patent No. 600,457, Granted May 8, 1898.

1898 0508 - Wireless Telephone Transmission Coil Patent - United States Patent No. 600,457, Granted May 8, 1898. Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. PATENT WAS ISSUED TO STUBBLEFIELD FOR the ELECTROLYTIC COIL. The Patent was referred to as the: Electrolitic Water Battery, the Electrolitic Oscilating Coil, the Induction Coil, Earth Battery, Undamped Transmitting Coils, The Stubblefield's Electrolytic Detector. Stubblefield's grounded bare wired Antenna System was part of his system to transmit continuous voice or telegraph signals without wires through a single aerial tower. The first permanent wireless telephone broadcasting installation in the world, (the precursor to AM Radio) -- was errected by Stubblefield's Teleph-on-del-green Industrial College, in January,1892. The location is now part of Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky, U.S.A. The transmitter and receivers were usually placed 200 feet apart for demonstrations. The electromagnetic coils were also the precursor for today's "Firewire" and battery operated implants in todays world of broadband streaming video and electro/heartstimulus technology.

1899 - 04 - Spanish American War Over. The Queen regent of Spain, María Cristina, signed the Treaty of Paris, breaking the deadlock in the Spanish Cortes; Spanish forces at Baler, Philippine Islands, surrender to U.S in June .

1899 - 1230- The American Telephone And Telegraph Company - AT&T - Replaces The American Bell Telephone Company.

1899 1110 - AMERICAN WIRELESS TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. - The First Wireless Telephone Company Established In America. The American Wireless Telephone & Telegraph Co., 1899, was incorporated under the laws of the territory of Arizona on November 10, 1899, with a capitalization of five million dollars. Dr. Gustav P. - Gehring Group Of Companies, was the founder.

1899: In a corporate reorganization, American Telephone and Telegraph acquires the assets of its parent, American Bell Telephone, and becomes the parent of the Bell System.

1899: Michael Pupin of Columbia University and George Campbell of AT&T independently develop the theory of loading coils. With loading coils, which reduce the rate at which a traveling telephone signal weakens, it becomes possible to build longer telephone lines.

1900 - PATENT EXPIRES: Thomas A. Edison's 1883 Edison Effect Patent .

1900 - There are now 855,900 telephones in the Bell Telephone System.

1900 - PATENT: Guglicimo Marconi Was Issued His Famous Patent 7777 - (Patent Expires In 1917) - England. (Note: Stubblefield's 1898 held patented rights For Electrolytic Ground Connections To Antenna.)

1901 08 - Wireless Telegraph Co Of America - August 8, 1901, New Jersey, Incorporated, $3.000. (A Gehring Company).

1901 - First transatlantic signal as Marconi signaled the letter "S" across the Atlantic from England to Newfoundland. The first radio message is send a year later.

1901 12 - Marconi claims first Transatlantic telegraph signal (Dit Dahs), during private demonstration - Guglicimo Marconi, George Stephen Kemp and Percy Paget. - It was near noon on December 12, 1901, when Marconi himself heard the letter "S" being transmitted from a 10kw station at Poldhu, Cornwall, Great Britain to Signal Hill, St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada. Note: Only Marconi heard the "S".

1902 - AT&T authorizes its Engineering Department to develop a 10,000 line machine switching exchange. It is suggested that a study of the Strowger system would serve as an aid to discovering what difficulties must be overcome.

1902 - July 19th 1902, Philippine War officially ended in the Philippines, with more than 4,200 U.S. soldiers, 20,000 Filipino soldiers, and 200,000 Filipino civilians dead.

1902 01 - Stubblefield claims the leader of wireless telephone broadcast (Voice), after the second of four public wireless telephone demonstrations held in the U.S. The demonstration was held on January 1, 1902, -- 21 days after the Marconi "S" was transmitted, Stubblefield first public wireless telephone demonstrations was in 1892, (see - 1892). The St. Louis Post Dispatch on Sunday, January 12, 1902 headlined the Stubblefield event as: "Kentucky farmer Invents Wireless Telephone". The broadcast took place in the town square of Murray, Kentucky, utilizing Stubblefield's electrolytic grounded and groundless antenna system. The wireless telephone transmiter and receivers were placed 200 feet apart within a radius of about a mile and one half listening to the same voice broadcast. See N.B. Stubblefield and his Industrial College.

02 1892 "Hello Rainey" - the future co-founder of MSU - Kentucky.
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1902 03 - Stubblefield's - Worlds First Ship To Shore Radio Wireless Telephone Broadcast - Washington, D.C. Demonstration. On March 20, 1902, Stubblefield set up a demonstration on the Potomac River in Washington, utilizing his "groundless antenna" connected to the mast of the ship. See Yes90 First Ship To Shore Radio Broadcast Nathan Stubblefield . See Scott Stubblefield - Can Patents Be Extended?

1902 - Stubblefield's Wireless Telephone Company Of America - Incorporation Papers - Filed In Prescott, Arizona, on May 22, 1902. Gehring, Stubblefield And Fennell, incorporated their new company in the State of Arizona, 75% of the Collins' Wireless Telephone Company was given to Stubblefield, for the patent rights in Canada. Nathan B. Stubblefield, NBS100 2000 / 2002/ 2004

1902 05 - Stubblefield's - Philadelphia Wireless Radio Telephone Demonstration - On May 30, 1902, just a little over two months after this Washington Demonstration, Stubblefield gave demonstrations of his wireless telephone in Philadelphia at the Belmont Mansion. See NBS100 Demonstrations: Wireless Telephone Reenactment of Stubblefield's 1902 Demonstration on May 30th 2002 At The Belmont Mansion. / Alden Keith Stubblefield, Clear Channel Demonstrations

1902 06 - Stubblefield's Philadelphia Wireless Telephone Demonstration - On June 7, 1902, Stubblefield again demonstrated his apparatus in Philadelphia. This test took place on the banks of the Schuylkill River, from the Belmont Pumping Station To The Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge, a distance of about one and one half miles. -- Miller.

1902 0611 - Stubblefield's New York Demonstration - is held jointly with his Wireless Telephone Company Of America - to show case his newly designed arial and speaker system apparatus In Battery Park, New York City. What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone to the Internet? In this exhibit, again, one of the transmitters was connected directly to the local telephone company's switch board for mass party-line broadcasting.

1902 0702 - Ship To Ship Demonstration - Frederick Collins - on July 2, 1902, for Erie Railroad. Used the same Stubblefield Wireless Radio Telephone, Stubblefield used in the March 20th Potomac demonstration, utilizing Collins' marine designs.

1902 - July 19th 1902, Philippine War officially ended in the Philippines, with more than 4,200 U.S. soldiers, 20,000 Filipino soldiers, and 200,000 Filipino civilians dead.

1903 - Wright Brothers Orville and Wilbur, fly the first motor power-controlled, heavier-than-air plane at Kitty Hawk, N.C.; Maj. Squire, first passenger; Henry Ford Organizes Ford Motor Company.

1903 - Coin collecting pay telephones are introduced in New York, The collector was a single slot model and the charge for a local call was ten cents.

1903 0501- COLLINS MARINE WIRELESS TELEPHONE CO., THE - Formed in May 1903.

1903 12 11 - PATENT EXPIRES: Wireless Telegraph - Induction; Emerson Amos Dolbear's 1986 Wireless Telegraph- Induction Patent expires.

1904 0201 - Stubblefield 's Groundless All-in-One Radio System completed February, 1904.

1905 to 1910

1905 02 -AUDION PATENT Number One, #979,275, was Applied For On February 2, 1905 - By DeForest.

1905 - PATENT LAWS - Revised (1905, STATUTE: SEC. 4886).

1906 12 - Ship To Shore Christmas Eve Broadcast With GE Alternator (Christmas Eve) Reginald Fessenden and Ernst Alexanderson. Occured the same year Tesla's Westinghouse patent for his 60-cycle electrical generator expired.

1907 0228 - THE FIRT RADIO STOCK CORPORATION. DeForest RADIO TELEPHONE COMPANY - On February 28, 1907 - the first Wireless Telephone company USING the new WORD "RADIO".

1907 0405 - Stubblefield In Washington. Nathan B. Stubblefield's Wireless Telephone Patent Application Filed Apr. 5, 1907, Serial No. 366,544 -Room 109. The first permanent wireless telephone broadcasting installation was in January, 1892. The station was constructed in Murray, Kentucky, by Stubblefield's Teleph-on-del-green Industrial College, on the campus where Murray State University is now located,

1907 0601 - June 1, 1907 - STUBBLEFIELD NBS PROSPECTUS - VALUABLE APPLICATIONS OF THIS INVENTION. As Cited In Our United States Patent Application.

1907 0607 - Private NBS Prospectus - June 7, 1907 - U.S. Army Signal Corps - Major Squier, Washington, D.C. -

1907 1017 - Stubblefield Wireless Telephone Patent Application Approved by Commissioner Allen - Nathan B. Stubblefield - (Patent Expires October 17, 1924).

1908 12 - Antenna PATENT EXPIRES: Thomas A. Edison's Antenna - 1891 Wireless Telegraphy Patent Expires.

1908 0512 - PATENT: Stubblefield Received His All Purpose - Wireless Telephone Patent, Number 887,357 Click to Go To US Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. - (Patent Expires May 12, 1925) Sse First Wireless Telephone Patent Drawing and Movie.

1908 0218 - PATENT: Audion Patent Number Three, #879, 532 Covering The Device As A Detector - Was Issued On February 18, 1908, TO DeForest.

1906 - 27 nations signed the International Wireless Telegraph Convention in Berlin.

1908 - 12 Antenna PATENT EXPIRES: Thomas A. Edison's Antenna - 1891 Wireless Telegraphy Patent Expires.

1908: Vail begins national advertising, and introduces the slogan "One System, One Policy, Universal Service."

1909 - William H. Taft: President / 1909 - 1913.

1909 - CONTINENTAL WIRELESS TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, formed: Included six companies. (Wireless Telegraphy or Wireless Telephony): Incorporated December 1909 In Arizona For $5 million.

1909 0417 - STUBBLEFIELD'S CANADIAN PATENT Issued #114,737 - GRANTED TO STUBBLEFIELD - (Patent Expires in 1926).

1909 0615 - Stubblefield Assigns Canadian Patent To A. Frederick Collins, June 15, 1909. Collins assigns 75% of his old Collins Wireless Telephone Company Formed in 1903.

1909 - Marconi is awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics.

1909 1114 - A. Frederick Collins - Electrical Show In Madison Square Garden, New York, Oct. 14, 1909 for the purpose of selling stock in the Collins Wireless Telephone Co.

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Section - Study A: / "NBS100J" / PCI STUDY: CROSSED LINES: Regulatory Missteps
Section - Study B: / "NBS100K" / NBS STUDY: Ddiaries - Follow The Money
Section - Study C: / "NBS100L" / NBS STUDY: LookRadio - Follow The Money
Section - Movie Treatment: / "The Movie" / NBS Film Treatment: The Movie - Wireless

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MORE STORY - NBS100d Timeline "D" / 1916 to 1925 - "The World War
MORE STORY - NBS100e Timeline "E" / 1925 to 1934 - "Radio Stations / FCC
MORE STORY - NBS100f Exhibit "F" / About The NBS100 Report
MORE STORY - NBS100g Exhibit "G" / About the Act of 1996
MORE STORY - NBS100h Exhibit "H" / Wireless Frequency Sales / PayBack Time
MORE STORY - NBS100h Exhibit "I" / Wireless / PayBack Time
MORE STORY - "NBS100J" / PCI STUDY: CROSSED LINES: Regulatory Missteps
MORE STORY - "NBS100K" / NBS STUDY: Ddiaries - Follow The Money
MORE STORY - "NBS100L" / NBS STUDY: LookRadio - Follow The Money
MORE STORY - "The Movie" / NBS Film Treatment: The Movie - Wireless

 

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