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1900 - PATENT EXPIRES: Thomas A. Edison's 1883 Edison Effect Patent
1900 - PATENT FILED - Marconi's Patent 763,772 "Apparatus for Wireless Telegraphy" his famous "four seven'spatent No. 777 for "tuned or syno nic telegraphy."
1900 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 654390 Induction-coil" Granted July 24, 1900
1901 - Marconi. First Transatlantic Telegraph Signal (Dit Dahs)
1900 - Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower Facility
1900 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 645,576 307 System of Transmission of Electrical Energy
1901 - NBS. Wireless Telegraph Company Of America - August 8, 1901, New Jersey, Incorporated
1901 - Marconi built a station near Wellfleet, Massachusetts. It was first called CC (Cape Cod), then MCC (Marconi Cape Cod)
1901 - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 668,315 "Receiver for Electrical Oscillation"
1901 - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 685,012 Means for Increasing the Intensity of Electrical Oscillation
1902 - Dr. R. P. Crawford began operating his electric power plant in Calloway County, Kentucky
1901 - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 676,332"Apparatus for Wirless Telegraphy"
1902 - TRUMBULL WHITE ARTICLE. Marconi's name was linked with that of Stubblefield by Trumbull White in a copyrighted book "The World's Progress."
1902 - Reporter from the Louis Post-Dispatch meets Nathan Stubblefield for private demonstration
1902 - Scientific American: Notes concerning Nathan Stubblefield's wireless telephony instruments
1902 - Stubblefield in 1902 was in a sense the "Father of Broadcasting, in that he said to the St. Louis Post Dispatch reporter in 1902, "... it is capable of sending simultaneous messages from a central distributing station over a very wide territory
1902 - Nathan B. Stubblefield, chairman of his own NBS Enterprise Holding Company
1902 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706740 "Wireless Signaling" (heterodyne principle)

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1902 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706742 "Wireless Signaling"
1902 - The Stubblefield public demonstrations of voice and music transmission at the courthouse square in Murray
1902 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706742 "Wireless Signaling"
1902 - The Stubblefield public demonstrations of voice and music transmission at the courthouse square in Murray
1902 - Stubblefield's Washington, D.C. Demonstrations - World's First Ship To Shore Wireless Telephone Broadcast
1902 - Washington Post Article - "First Wireless Transmission Between Ship and Shore off Georgtown."
1902 - Wireless Telephone. St. Louis-Post Dispatch, "Messages Over Wireless Phone.
1902 - The De Forest Wireless Telegraph Company
1902 - The magnetic detector is invented by Marconi.
1902 - Reginald Fessenden utilizes Stubblefield's 'Electrolytic Detector.'
1902 - Marie and Pierre Curie refined several tons of pitchblende
1902 - Stubblefield's Philadelphia Wireless Radio Telephone Demonstration
1902 - Stubblefield's New York Demonstration, at Manhattan's Battery Parks
1902 - Ship To Ship Demonstration by Frederick Collins, on July 2, 1902, for Erie Railroad.
1903 - BERLIN  CONFERENCE, Germany sponsored a "preliminary conference concerning wireless telegraphy"
1903 - THE COLLINS MARINE WIRELESS TELEPHONE CO. formed in May 1903
1903 - PATENT EXPIRES: Dolbear's 2886 Wireless Telegraph - Induction
1904 - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 763,772, Marconi "Apparatus for Wireless Telegraphy"
1904 - Murray Kentucky. After the Male and Female Institute was destroyed by fire in 1904, Teleph-on-del-green Industrial School was established
1904 - Stubblefield 's Groundless All-in-One Radio System completed February, 1904


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1900 - PATENT EXPIRES: Thomas A. Edison's 1883 Edison Effect Patent.
1900 - There are now 855,900 telephones in the Bell Telephone System.
1900al - Alexanderson graduated as an electrical-mechanical engineer from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.
1900m - PATENT: Guglielmo 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). The Wireless Telegraph Trading Signal Co. Ltd. (formed in 1897), changes its name to the Marconi Telegraph Co.
1900m - PATENT FILED - Marconi's Patent 763,772 "Apparatus for Wireless Telegraphy" Filed Nov. 10 1900, Issued June 28, 1904. Marconi took out his famous "four seven'spatent No. 777 for "tuned or synonic telegraphy." The 1904 U.S. version of the 7777 patent, U.S. patent No. 763,772, was found to be invalid in a celebrated 1943 Supreme Court decision. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900m - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 647,007 "Apparatus Employed in Wireless Telegraphy" Filed June 13, 1899 Granted April 10, 1900. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900m - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 647,008 "Apparatus Employed in Wireless Telegraphy", Filed Dec. 26, 1899 Granted April 10, 1900. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900m - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 647,009 "Apparatus Employed in Wireless Telegraphy" Filed Dec. 26, 1899, Granted April 10, 1900, CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900m - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 650,109 "Apparatus Employed in Wireless Telegraphy" Filed Oct. 10, 1899, Granted May 22, 1900. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900m - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 650,110 "Apparatus Employed in Wireless Telegraphy" Filed Oct. 12, 1899, Issued May 22, 1900. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900r -1902 - Fessenden worked with the U.S. Weather Bureau, on the understanding that the Bureau could have access to any devices he invented but that he would retain ownership. At the Weather Bureau he invented the liquid barretter (an early radio receiver) and attempted to work out a means for wireless transmission of weather forecasts.
1900r 06 - PATENT FILED - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706742 "Wireless Signaling" (transmit-receive switch) Filed June 1900, Granted Aug. 12, 1902.
1900r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 644972 "Induction Coil for X-ray Apparatus" Filed March 10, 1897, Granted March 6, 1900. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 648660, "X-ray Apparatus" Granted May 1, 1900. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 654390 "Induction-coil" Granted July 24, 1900. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900r- Reginald Fessenden theorizes that an alternator, as developed by Tesla, could generate an electromagnetic wave able to carry voice and music. He purportedly used a spark generator to send the human voice the distance of about one mile. No witnesses.
1900t - Tesla left Colorado Springs on January 7, 1900. The lab was torn down and its contents sold to pay debts. He had run out of capital again and returned to New York with the intention of realising some money on his discoveries. He patented these ideas and commenced writing articles in many magazines. He claimed that would be able to transmit electricity through the air to customers providing "free electricity". Another idea was conducting electricity through the Earth. He proposed a "World System" of communications, involving 12 aspects, most of which have been realized, including a synchronous motor (AC) for accurate time-keeping. The main financier of General Electric, J.P. Morgan, heard of these outrageous statements and that he was broke again. Morgan in a surprisingly altruistic gesture agreed to make a "no strings attached" gift of $150,000 to get him off the ground with his World System. With what he perceived as the complete backing of Morgan, Tesla set out to build a large transmitting station at Wardencliff, Long Island, 60 miles from New York, but within a year had run out of money again. He approached Morgan for a second time, but JPM refused to dole out any more cash. It is believed that Morgan considered the new project may have undermined the thriving electricity industry, which he controlled.
1900t - Tesla undertakes preparations for the construction of the World Telegraphy radio station.
1 900r - Fessenden, on December 23, 1900 transmitted his own voice over the first wireless telephone from a site on Cobb Island in the middle of the Potomac River near Washington, DC.
1900t - Wardenclyffe Tower. Tesla, with $150,000 (51% from J. Pierpont Morgan), began planning the Wardenclyffe Tower facility. In June 1902, Tesla's lab operations were moved to Wardenclyffe from Houston Street. The tower was finally dismantled for scrap during wartime. Newspapers of the time labeled Wardenclyffe "Tesla's million-dollar folly." See 1903 and 1904.
1900 - J.P. Morgan financed inventor and engineer Nikola Tesla and his Wardenclyffe Tower. J.P. Morgan invested the sum of $150,000 into the project when Tesla actually needed $1,000,000.
1900 - J.P. Morgan. At the height of J.P. Morgan's power and influence, during the early 1900s, he controlled a hundred corporations with more than $22 billion in assets, one of which was the first billion-dollar corporation, U.S. Steel Company.
1900 - Carnegie establishes Techical schools, which evolved into Carnegie Mellon University.
1900t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 645,576 307 System of Transmission of Electrical Energy, Filed Sept. 2, 1897, Granted March 20,1900. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 11,865 Method Of Insulating Electric Conductors, Granted Oct. 23, 1900. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1900t - PATENT FILED - Tesla's U.S. Patent 787,412 361 "Art of Transmitting Electrical Energy Through the Natural Mediums" Filed May 16, 1900, Granted April 18, 1905.
1900t - PATENT FILED - Tesla's U.S. Patent 723,188 367 "Method of Signaling" Filed July 16, 1900, Granted March 17, 1903.
1900t - PATENT FILED - Tesla's U.S. Patent 725,605 372 "System of Signaling" Filed July 16, 1900, Granted April 14, 1903.
1900 - Charles Dow elected president of Dow Jones. (NOTE: There is no official record of who was the first president of Dow Jones, since the Company kept no official records before 1900.)
1901 - Carnegie sells out to J.P. Morgan for $480 million, a move which allows Morgan to create US Steel, and makes Carnegie the richest man in the world. Carnegie establishes the Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland.
1900 - Standard Oil maintains its peak influence. Its dividends surge to 31 and its control of the market is uncontested.
1901 - September: An anarchist assassinates President McKinley. Vice President Theodore Roosevelt becomes president. His vehement antitrust rhetoric will target corporations such as Standard Oil.
1901 - Theodore Roosevelt: Twenty-Sixth U.S. President, 1901-1909. (b. October 27, 1858 in New York, New York , d. January 6, 1919 in Oyster Bay, New York). Married to Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt.
1901 - J.P. Morgan purchases Carnegie Steel from Andrew Carnegie, leading to the creation of U.S. Steel, the first billion-dollar corporation and a landmark in business consolidation.
1901 0808 - NBS. Wireless Telegraph Company Of America - August 8, 1901, New Jersey, Incorporated, $3.000. (A Gehring Company).
1901 1212 - Marconi. First Transatlantic Telegraph Signal (Dit Dahs) - Guglielmo 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"; The stations spark transmitters were powered by a 75 kw alternator driven by a coal-fired steam engine. The antenna was an inverted pyramid of copper wires supported by four latticework towers that were 210 foot high
1901 - Karl Ferdinand Braun introduces the use of a crystal detector as part of a wireless receiver.
1901m 1212 - First trans-atlantic Morse Code letter "S" transmission in December, 1901. Marconi's antenna, held aloft by a kite, responded to the faint signal -- -di di dit - letter, "S", that was purportedly transmitted from Poldhun Cornwall, Wales. The "S" was supposedly heard by Marconi with the earphone held closely to his ear.
••• Marconi and his men heard the signal some 25 times that day, but they made no announcements to the curious members of the press waiting in town. For three more days, they kept their windy vigil on Signal Hill. Finally, when they realized they were not likely to get any stronger signals, Marconi called for a photographer to come up and make a photographic record of the men who had made history here. On December 16, 1901, the world press headlined the scientific story of the year. Marconi had confounded the world's leading physicists. He proved that a message tapped out in Cornwall could be sent forth on an electromagnetic wave, and ride over the curving Atlantic at roughly the speed of light, curving over the sea as the earth curved.
••• Scientists then didn't know why that signal curved, but any physics teacher, any encyclopedia can now tell you why. It's because of something called the ionosphere.
1901al - Alexanderson spent a year of postgraduate work at the Technical University (Technische Hochschule in Berlin - Charlottenburg) Germany. It was in Berlin that Alexanderson read "Alternating Current Phenomena" by Dr. Charles Steinmetz, the mathematics genius at General Electric. The book inspired him so much that he decided to come to the U.S. to meet Steinmetz and seek work with him at General Electric.
1901m - Marconi built a station near Wellfleet, Massachusetts. It was first called CC (Cape Cod), then MCC (Marconi Cape Cod) and finally WCC when the U.S. Government issued "W" call letters to stations east of the Mississippi. In 1903, from this station, Marconi sent the famous message from the President of the U.S. to the King of the United Kingdom. This message was sent directly from Welfleet to England, without being relayed via the Marconi station at Glace Bay, Nova Scotia. During WWI, all radio stations went off the air. When the war was over, Marconi had planned to move this station to Chatham, mainly because the ocean had eroded the cliff where the Welfleet station stood. Reportedly, the U.S. Government was worried about foreign ownership of radio stations.
1901m 0219 - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 668,315 "Receiver for Electrical Oscillation" Filed July 17, 1900 , Issued February 19, 1901. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1901m 0611 - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 676,332"Apparatus for Wirless Telegraphy" Filed Feb. 23, 1901, Issued June 11, 1901. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1901r - Reginald Fessenden's own 1901, unsuccessful demonstration of voice transmission via spark were doomed right from the start, because of the inherent problems created by spark coils.
••• Shortly after seeing the Stubblefield demonstrations attending by General Squire, Tesla, Bell, Westinghouse, and other industry leaders, he developed his own electrolytic detector and other EMW related devices that he thought would improve on the Stubblefield RF transmitting unit. His patents clearly avoided the term Wireless Telephone™. It wasn't long after Fessenden left the weather bureau that he formed his own organization, the National Electric Signaling Company (NESC) -- in 1906, with the backing of two Pittsburgh financiers, Hay Walker, Jr., and Thomas E. Given.
1901r 11 - PATENT FILED - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706741, Fessenden "Apparatus for Wireless Telegraphy" (compressed air spark gap transmitter) Filed Nov. 1901, Granted Aug. 12, 1902.
1901t-1905 - The construction of the World Telegraphy radio-station on Long Island. 1901. Publication of the prospectus "World System."
1901t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 685,012 Means for Increasing the Intensity of Electrical Oscillation, Filed March 1, 1900, Granted Oct. 22, 1901. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
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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 - Dr. R. P. Crawford began operating his electric power plant in Calloway County, Kentucky.
1902 - Marconi has been the recipient of honorary doctorates of several universities and many other international honors and awards. He was decorated by the Tsar of Russia with the Order of St. Anne, the King of Italy created him Commander of the Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, and awarded him the Grand Cross of the Order of the Crown of Italy in 1902.
1902 - Marie and Pierre Curie over several years of unceasing labor they refined several tons of pitchblende, progressively concentrating the radioactive components, and eventually isolating the chloride salts (refining radium chloride on April 20, 1902) and then two new chemical elements. The first they named polonium after Marie's native country Poland, and the other was named radium from its intense radioactivity.
1902 0719 - Philippine War officially ended on July 19, 1902 in the Philippines, with more than 4,200 U.S. soldiers, 20,000 Filipino soldiers, and 200,000 Filipino civilians dead.
1902 - Carnegie creates the Carnegie Institution of Washington, a national scientific research institution that would be a resource for all universities.
1902 - Dow Jones co-founder Charles Dow dies.
1902al - Alexanderson emigrated to the U.S. and spent much of his life working for the General Electric company.
1902d - The De Forest Wireless Telegraph Company is formed, but like other firms De Forest would start, it failed because of poor business practices.
1902m - Marconi continued to use longwaves (lower frequencies). However there is little doubt that by February 1902, Marconi's apparatus was reliably receiving complete messages at 2500 km (1550 miles) at night and 1100 km (700 miles) by day, and usually picked up a special test signal at 3400 km (2100 miles), the distance of Poldhu to Newfoundland. By 1903, the Marconi Company was carrying regular transatlantic news transmissions.
1902m - The magnetic detector is invented by Marconi.
1902m 12 - Marconi builds a radio station at Glace Bay, N.S., Canada. It is during the trip that he discovers the harmful influence of solar radiation on transmission. Thus the creation of the Magnetic Detector. The station at Glace was set up as the transmitting station, while the station in Europe at Poldhu was the receiving station. They would use the cable line as a means to verify communications between the two stations. On December 15th, the first official messages came through from Table Head to Poldhu saying, "we have received some signals."
1902r - After a squabble over patent rights Fessenden resigned from the United States Weather Bureau.
1902r - Fessenden first read in the newspapers about the Stubblefield Wireless Telephone™ public demonstrations that were going to be taking place in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
1902r - Reginald Fessenden utilizes Stubblefield's 'Electrolytic Detector.'
1902r- Fessenden forms the National Electric Signaling Company.
1902s - Nathan B. Stubblefield, was now the chairman of his own NBS Enterprise Holding Company, who loved the spotlight. By 1902, his company has been acquiring various partners, several of them in telegraphy industry.
1902r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706740 "Wireless Signaling" (heterodyne principle) Filed Sept. 20, 1901, Granted August 12, 1902. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1902r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706741 "Apparatus for Wireless Telegraphy" (compressed air spark gap transmitter) Filed Nov. 1901, Granted Aug. 12, 1902. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1902r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706742 "Wireless Signaling"(transmit-receive switch), Filed June 1900, Granted Aug. 12, 1902. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1902r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706744 "Current Actuated Wave Responsive Device" ("barretter" detector) Granted Filed July 1, 1902, Granted August 12, 1902. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1902r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706745 "Signaling by Electromagnetic Waves" Filed July 1, 1902, Granted August 12, 1902. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1902r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706746 "Signaling by Electromagnetic Waves" (ground plane) Granted August 12, 1902. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1902r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 706747 "Apparatus for Signaling by Electromagnetic Waves" (voice modulation of 50 kHz alternator -- continuous wave transmitter) Granted August 12, 1902. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1902r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 715203 "Selective Signaling by Electromagnetic Waves" (multiplex transmission and reception) Granted Dec. 2, 1902. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1902s 01 - Public Radio Demonstration January 1, Townsquare in Murray.
1902s 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's 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 transmitter 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 FOR MORE STORY.
1902s 0101 - The Stubblefield public demonstrations of voice and music transmission was connected to five receiving locations on the courthouse square in Murray January 1, 1902, witnessed by at least 1,000 persons, apparently using voice frequency transmission through earth conduction, to a radius of one-half mile.
••• The transmitters were also connected directly to the local wired telephone exchange; The station's transmitters were powered by an array of dry cell batteries. Two types of antennas were used. A loop antenna connected to a copper wire supported by two small towers that were 25 foot high; What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone to the Internet? In this exhibit, one of the transmitters was connected directly to the local telephone company's switch board for mass party-line broadcasting, tantamount to the EMW theory that operates today's wireless Wi-Fi "HotSpots" and Bluetooth systems. *(See Footnotes.) * See Bluetooth and See SBC press.
1902s 0101 - TRUMBULL WHITE ARTICLE about Stubblefield. Marconi's name was linked with that of Stubblefield by Trumbull White in 1902 in a copyrighted book "The World's Progress." In this same book (a copy is on file in the Library of Congress) is an article on "Telephoning Without Wires. " On page 297, Trumbull White wrote: "Of very recent success are the experiments of Marconi with wireless telegraphy, an astounding and important advance over the ordinary system of telegraphy through wires."Now comes the announcement that an American inventor (Stubblefield), unheralded and modest has carried out successful experiments of telephoning and is able to transmit speech without wires.
••• • 1902s 0101 - "Nathan B. Stubblefield had startled the world in his demonstrations January, 1902 by transmitting the human voice over airways. He was well educated and as a boy had been a student of the old Male and Female Institute (Purchased by his father, William Jefferson Stubblefield, in 1871). "The Story of Calloway County," Published by Kerby and Dorothy Jennings.
1902s 0110 - Reporter from the Louis Post-Dispatch meets Nathan Stubblefield for private demonstration, on January 10.
1902s 0112 - St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Article "Kentucky Invents Wireless Telephone."
1902s 0208 - Scientific American: Notes concerning Nathan Stubblefield's wireless telephony instruments.
1902s 0212 - Stubblefield in 1902 was in a sense the "Father of Broadcasting, in that he said to the St. Louis Post Dispatch reporter in 1902, "... it is capable of sending simultaneous messages from a central distributing station over a very wide territory. For instance, anyone having a receiving instrument, which would consist merely of a telephone receiver and a signaling gong, could, upon being signalled by a transmitting station in Washington, or nearer, if advisable, be informed of weather news. My apparatus is capable of sending out a gong signal, as well as voice messages. Eventually, it will be used for the general transmission of news of every description."
1902s 0308 - Scientific American, Article "Work in the Field of Wireless Telephony."
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1902s 0320 - First Marine Radio Demonstration, Washington, D. C. on the Potomac River, Steamer Bartholdi. Nathan B. Stubblefield chose the ship, named after French sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi, who designed and in 1879 received the design patent for the Statue of Liberty.
1902s 0320 - Stubblefield's - World's First Ship To Shore Wireless Radio Telephone Broadcast - Washington 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. The stations transmitters were powered by an array of dry cell batteries. Two types of antennas were used. A loop antenna connected to copper wires supported by two 50 foot towers on the shore-line. On the Bartholdi, the yacht's mast supported the antenna. What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone to the Internet? In this exhibit, one of the transmitters was connected directly to the local telephone company's switch board for mass party-line broadcasting.
1902s 0320 - Stubblefield's inventions did not lead directly to radio as the technology works today, but the public demonstrations in 1902 and the press coverage in the New York Times, the Philadelphia Enquirer, the Washington Post, the Louisville Courier Journal, Scientific American, and elsewhere may have helped to spur public interest in the possibilities of wireless transmission of voice and music. Most other inventors of the era sought to provide point-to point messaging, to compete with the telephone and telegraph companies.
1902s 0320 - Washington Post Article - "First Wireless Transmission Between Ship and Shore off Georgtown."
1902s 0321 - The Evening Star of Washington, under the headline, "by Land and Water -- First Practical Test of Wireless Telephony," reported: "That wireless teelphony is possible was demonstrated yesterday beyond question by Nathan Stubblefield of Murray, Ky., in a series of public tests on the Potomac River and on the Virginia shore."
1902s 0321 - Wireless Telephone. St. Louis-Post Dispatch, "Messages Over Wireless Phone."
1902s 0522 - NBS. 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.
1902s 0524 - NBS. Scientific American, Article "The Latest Advance in Wireless Telephony." (Page 363). By Waldon Fawcett.
1902s 0530 - 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.
1902s 0530 - Stubblefield's Philadelphia Wireless Radio Telephone Demonstration - On May 30, 1902, just a little over two months after the Washington Demonstration, Stubblefield gave the same demonstrations of his wireless telephone in Philadelphia at the Belmont Mansion. What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone to the Internet? In this exhibit, one of the transmitters was connected directly to the local telephone company's switch board for mass party-line broadcasting. The term aerial is used to describe the NBS electrolytic coil aerial.
1902s 06 - "Fame was in Stubblefield's grasp," Dr. Mason said. He saw a written offfer of $40,000 for a part inteest in the invention. Speculators, reportes and "scientists" came to Murray to interview Stubblefield.
1902s 0607 - 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.
•• 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. The term antenna is used to describe the NBS electrolytic coil aerial.
1902s 06 - Tests in New York City in June, 1902 were less successful because of electrical interference from alternating current power in widespread use there. He joined wireless inventor Archie Frederick Collins and stock promoters in the Wireless Telephone Company of America, but resigned in disgust in June, 1902 (Lochte). -- Back home in Murray, he continued to experiment with wireless telephony, using large circular conduction coils to transmit voice frequencies to receiving stations.
1902s 0611 - Stubblefield's New York Demonstration, between June 11 - July 11, at Manhattan's Battery Parks. Stubblefield's New York Demonstration - is held jointly with his Wireless Telephone Company Of America - to show case his newly designed aerial and speaker system apparatus. 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.
1902s 0619 - LETTER - Stubblefield writes Letter to WTCA, Wireless Telephon Company of America, Stevens House, New York. Letter to Mr. Turner, Secretary of the Wireless Telepon Company of Amrica, New York regards Gerald M. Fennel, the promoter of WTCA. Nathan B. Stubblefield Journal Notes.
••• Dear Sir:
••• Mr. Gerald M. Fennel, the promoter of our company, had had letters from me, of which you have a copy. He has answered same, cleverly evading and practicing fraud or deception as usual, and there REMAINS NOTHING FOR ME TO DO BUT TO GO HOME. I regret very much that such has been the ending, and regret very much that my name is connected in any way with this concern. I shall take immediate steps when I reach home to turn on the lights that the public may not be swindled by this fellow as I have been.
1902s 0620 - Nathan Stubblefield. "It is our contention," says Troy Cory, "that it was in 1902, during my grandfather's wireless radio telephone demonstrations in Philadelphia, and at the world's first ship-to-shore wireless telephone broadcast event in Washington, D.C., on the Potomac River, that he got his first taste of what it meant in being away from his family and his industrial college, he called Teléph-on-délgreen of Murray, Kentucky. It was at this time, he commenced his active business activities with author, Frederick Collins, Nikola Tesla, and General George O. Squier, of the U.S. Army Signal Corps. See Photos. The dress code Nathan subscribed to, can be seen in the various photos of Nathan in a Derby Hat and stiff colored shirts, posing with his family, business associates, and contemporary scientists.
1902s 0620 - Nathan Stubblefield. Competitors were in the business to lure franchises and clients away from his NBS WiFi system, by converting them to use their land-lines, by using their size, global reach and corporate connections as selling points. Nathan eschewed those tactics, vowing, for example, to shun representing Dit-Dah and the Dit-Dah corporations, using the Morse Code as messages.
1902s 0702 - Ship To Ship Demonstration by Frederick Collins, on July 2, 1902, for Erie Railroad. Collins used the same Stubblefield Wireless Radio Telephone, Stubblefield used in the March 20th Potomac demonstration, utilizing Collins' marine updates. The term antenna is used to describe the NBS electrolytic coil aerial.
1902 - PATENT FILED - Tesla's U.S. Patent 1,119,732 378 Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy, Filed Jan. 18, 1902, Granted Dec. 1, 1914.
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1903 - BERLIN  CONFERENCE - In 1903, Germany sponsored a "preliminary conference concerning wireless telegraphy", which reviewed some of the outstanding international issues related to the developing technology. Although the conference found some areas of agreement, there were still unresolved disputes, especially about intercommunication between stations owned by different companies. The Conference's Final Protocol outlined issues which the governments of the participating countries were asked to review, pending a proposed international convention, which convened in 1906.
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 - Lamps were the principal source of lighting and the only source of illumination prior to 1903. A few stores in Murray were alight with new electric lights early in the century, but they were limited to a single bulb or two of less than 40 watt capacity.
1903 - Wright Brothers Orville and Wilbur, fly the first motor power-controlled, heavier-than-air plane at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, on December 17. Although the 1902 flyer was the first truly-effective heavier-than-air craft, it didn't have a propulsion system, and so counts only as a glider, not as an airplane. The problem for the Wrights in 1903 was to develop a powered machine. Maj. Squier, first passenger; Henry Ford Organizes Ford Motor Company.
1903do 1211 - PATENT EXPIRES: Wireless Telegraph - Induction; Emerson Amos Dolbear's 1886 Wireless Telegraph Induction Patent expires.
1903m - Marconi received the freedom of the City of Rome (1903), and was created Chevalier of the Civil Order of Savoy in 1905. Many other distinctions of this kind followed. In 1914 he was both created a Senatore in the Italian Senate and appointed Honorary Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order in England. He received the hereditary title of Marchese in 1929.
1903m - Marconi establishes the first press agency between Europe and America. January 18th, the first two-way transatlantic transmission between Poldhu, England and Cape Code, Mass. USA.
1903r - Fessenden developed a new receiving mechanism -- the electrolytic detector and another less successful called a barretter detector. As his work progressed Fessenden evolved the heterodyne system. However, due to faulty construction and the fact that it was ahead of its time, heterodyne reception was not fully appreciated until the oscillating triode was devised, thus allowing a practical means of generating the local frequency. Between 1905 and 1913 Fessenden developed a completely self-sustaining wireless system.
1903r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 727327 "Receiver for Electromagnetic Waves" Filed Sept. 27, 1902, Granted May, 1903. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1903r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 727328 "Receiver for Signaling" Filed Dec. 20, 1902, Issued May 5, 1903. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1903r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 727329 "Signaling by Electromagnetic Waves" Filed March 14, 1902, Granted May, 1903. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1903r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 727330 "Signaling by Electromagnetic Waves" Filed March 21, 1903, Issued May 5, 1903. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1903r - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent 727331 "Receiver for Electromagnetic Waves"
1903 - PATENT - Fessenden's U.S. Patent RE12115 "Receiver for Electromagnetic Waves" -- duplicate of 727331 May 5, 1903, reissued May 26, 1903. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1903r- In 1903 Fessenden's first high-frequency Tesla type of alternator for continuous wave transmission, was built to his specifications by General Electric, E. F. W. Alexanderson, one of the Smart Daaf Boys. The Alexanderson alternator, which produced such alternating currents, was done at General Electric, (Charles Proteus Steinmetz, was CEO of GE at the time). Fessenden sent a voice message to an assistant 50 miles away, and another voice sound was heard at his experimental towers in Scotland. In 1904 he was hired to help engineer the Niagara Falls power plant for the newly formed Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario.
1903s - In 1903, Stubblefield could transmit 375 feet without earth ground aerial connections, for moving vehicles, mobile phones.
1903s - Marconi's thoughts were focused on perfecting a way to send the Morse Code and voice wirelessly through the Sky, using his own telegraphy devices, and a telephony device he picked up in Philadelphia in 1903, after a Collins' telephony demonstration.
1903t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 723,188 367 "Method of Signaling" Filed July 16, 1900, Granted March 17, 1903.
1903t - PATENT - Tesla's U.S. Patent 725,605 372 "System of Signaling" Filed July 16, 1900, Granted April 14, 1903.
1903 - Morgan and Tesla Towers. In 1903, when the Wardenclyff tower structure was near completion, it was still not yet functional because Tesla was actually setting the tower up to not only send radio signals around the world, but cheap or free electrical power. When Marconi suddenly announced his success transmitting the letter "S" using wireless telegraphy (radio), J.P. Morgan began to wonder why Tesla had not yet accomplished as much and why it was costing so much. He thus began to withdraw advances on the promised funding and eventually stopped funding all together. J.P. Morgan then abandoned Tesla when he found out what Tesla's true purpose for Wardenclyff was because Tesla's vision of free power did not agree with J.P. Morgan's financial worldview. Construction costs eventually exceeded the money provided by J.P. Morgan, and additional financiers were reluctant to come forth (since Tesla fell out of favor with J.P. Morgan).
1903s 0501- THE COLLINS MARINE WIRELESS TELEPHONE CO. formed in May 1903.
1904 - J.P. Morgan (and the other investors) finally decided they would not provide any additional financing to Tesla. J.P. Morgan also encouraged other investors to avoid the project. The tower was finally dismantled for scrap during wartime. Newspapers of the time labeled Wardenclyffe "Tesla's million-dollar folly", as J.P. Morgan's huge PR campaign, created only to discredit Tesla.

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1904 - ROOSEVELT BOARD. Various U.S. Government agencies, including the Navy, the Department of Agriculture, and the Army's Signal Corps had all begun setting up their own dit dah radio transmitters, with little coordination between the various departments. In 1904, President Theodore Roosevelt appointed a board, consisting of representatives from the various agencies, to prepare recommendations for coordinating government development of radio services. The 1904 "Roosevelt Board" Report proposed assigning most of the oversight of government radio to the Navy Department, plus significant restrictions on commercial stations.
1904 01 - U.S. enters Panama Canal Construction with its Culebra Cut.
1904af - Ambrose Fleming serves as a chief research developer and scientific consultant to the Marconi company, and designs many pieces of early wireless apparatus. He is charged to develop a new detector for wireless signals. Fessenden commissions GE to develop a high frequency alternator. E.F.W. Alexanderson is put on the project. John Ambrose Fleming invents the first tube, the "Fleming Valve", Fessenden invents 'Heterodyne reception'.
1904af - Fleming invents the first tube, the "Fleming Valve", or as he called it - an Oscillation Valve. His valve is a two element rectifier, made by inserting a metal plate in one of Edison's electric light bulbs. At the time, Fleming was still Marconi's chief research developer.
1904af 11 - PATENT FILED: - Fleming applied for the patent for his electron tube in November 1904, naming it the oscillation valve. It was also called a thermionic valve, vacuum diode, kenotron, thermionic tube, or Fleming valve.
1904af -Marconi builds the Rotating Oscillator and discovers the directive properties of horizontal antennas. Starts to use the Fleming thermionic valve.
1904d 0322 - PATENT FILED - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,933 Patent Filed "Wireless Telegraphy" Filed March 22, 1904, Granted July 6, 1909.
1904f - Fessenden invents 'Heterodyne reception'.
1904m - PATENT: Guglielmo 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).
1904m 0524 - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 760,463"Wireless Signaling System" Filed Sept. 10, 1903, Issued May 24, 1904. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1904m 0628 - PATENT - Marconi's U.S. Patent 763,772, Marconi "Apparatus for Wireless Telegraphy" Filed Nov. 10 1900 , Issued June 28, 1904. The 1904 U.S. version of the 7777 patent,  U.S. Patent No. 763,772, was found to be invalid in a celebrated 1943 Supreme Court decision. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1904r - Signals. Fessenden commissions GE to develop a high frequency alternator. E.F.W. Alexanderson is put on the project.
1904s - Murray, Kentucky. Fire at The Male and Female Institute (purchased by William Jefferson Stubblefield, Nathan's father, in 1871). The old Institute building burned to the ground in the fall of 1904. The new brick building that replaced it was larger, sturdy, and functional, although some folks said it wasn't nearly as attractive in appearance as the old. It did have a furnace in the basement, though, rather than stoves in every room.
1904s - Murray Kentucky. After the Male and Female Institute was destroyed by fire in 1904, Teleph-on-del-green Industrial School was established on Sept. 4. to take on both middle-high school and NBS trade school students. With the help of Rainey T. Wells, Judge Jones and Clarissa-Jones Stubblefield, this was the first step towards actuating the 85 acre NBS Institute into Murray's first State Teachers College system founded by Rainey T. Wells. MORE MSU STORY. -http://www.smart90.com/murraystate
1904s - Murray, Kentucky. Murray citizen shared the despondency when street lights were turned off because the owner, Dr. R. P. Crawford, refused to renegotiate the previous year's $900 rate. Crawford began operating the plant in about 1902. The discussion arose over townsmen approving a bond issue in the general election of 1906 to erect a municipal electric system which would put Crawford's plant out of business. Crawford did offer a proposal of meter charge for street lighting instead of the flat $900 rate which would result in the city paying a much higher fee until such time his plant would be absorbed by the city. "The Story of Calloway County," Published by Kerby and Dorothy Jennings.
1904s - Stubblefield could transmit 423 yards. The total wire required for the transmitting and receiving coils was of a greater length than what would be required to simply interconnect the transmitter and receiver, but the invention would allow mobility between mobile devices.
1904s 0201 - Stubblefield 's Groundless All-in-One Radio System completed February, 1904.
1904m- The U.S. Patent Office reversed its decision and awarded Guglielmo Marconi the patent for radio, and Tesla began his fight to re-acquire the radio patent.

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