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1905 - Greenleaf Pickard invents the silicon detector
1905 - PATENT - Fleming's U.S. PATENT 803,684 "Instrument for Converting Alternating Electric Currents Into Continuous Currents"
1905 - Fleming developes diode known as the Fleming Valve
1905 - Born: William Tesla Stubblefield, in Murray, Kentucky. Son of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield
1905 - Marconi, commercial transatlantic wire service inaugurated
1906 - Berlin Conference - 27 nations signed the International Wireless Telegraph Convention
1906 - Died: William Tesla Stubblefield in Murray, Kentucky. (17- months-old). Invant Son of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield.
1906d - AUDION PATENT GRANTED: De Forest's Audion Patent Number One, 979,275, He added a 'Grid' to the Fleming Valve, creating the 'Triode."
1906 - In 1906, De Forest's attorney was the first person to use the word "Radio."
1906 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 824,637 "Oscillation Responsive Device" (vacuum tube detector diode), Filed Jan. 18, 1904, Granted June 26, 1906
1906 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 827,523 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraph System" (separate transmitting and receiving antennas)
1906 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 827,524 "Wireless Telegraph System"
1906 - Born: Philo Farnsworth. Converted electromagnetic wave to image. (Television Receiver)
1906 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 836,070 Patent Granted "Oscillation Responsive Device" (vacuum tube detector - no grid)
1906 - Christmas Eve Broadcast. Fessenden's speech and phonograph music program from the Brant Rock station
1906 - Wm Tesla Stubblefield. After the death of 17-month-old son Tesla, Nathan Stubblefield, blamed himself for the death of their son
1907 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 841,386 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraphy" (tunable vacuum tube detector - no grid)
1907 - Nathan B. Stubblefield Wireless Telephone Enterprise formed with the "Big Six."
1907 - NBS. Articles of Agreement between Nathan B. Stubblefield and the "Big Six"
1907 - STUBBLEFIELD PROSPECTUS
1907 - Murray, Kentucky. Excessive telephone rates prompted City Attorney R. T. Wells to issue 210 indictments against stockholders of the beleaguered Cumberland Telephone Co.
1907 - ®™© Service Marks for "Wireless Telephone" prepared by Atty. Siggers for USPTO. Nathan B. Stubblefield travels to Washington from Jan. 14 to April 20, 1907.
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1907 - Wireless Telephone. Introductory of Stubblefield's Ideal System of Wireless Telephone, on improvements in the art of trasmitting of speech through space electrically. Crude description(handwriten original)
1907 - PATENT FILED: Nathan B. Stubblefield's Wireless Telephone Patent Application Filed Apr. 5, 1907
1907 - Con Linn and Nathan in Washington to secure original patent May 1. Returned to Murray June 8
1907 - Private Prospectus - June 7, 1907 - U.S. Army Signal Corps - Major Squier, Washington, D.C.
1908 0512 - PATENT GRANTED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent, Number 887,357, All Purpose Wireless Telephone, Filed April 5, 1907, Granted May 12, 1908.- (Patent Expires May 12, 1925)
1908 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 876,165 "Wireless Telegraph Transmitting System" (antenna coupler)
1908 - PATENT - LeeDeForest's U.S. Patent 879,532 Patent Granted "Space Telegraphy" (increased sensitivity detector - clearly shows grid)
1908 - Gen. Squier and Collins introduced NBS to the "Fying Machine"
1909 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,934 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraph Tuning Device"
1909 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,936 Patent Granted "Space Telegraphy" Filed June 20, 1907, Granted July 6, 1909
1908 - Antenna PATENT EXPIRES. Thomas A. Edison's Antenna - Dec. 1891 Wireless Telegraphy Patent Expires.
1908s - By 1908, both Stubblefield and De Forest 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
1908 - NBS - Nathan B. Stubblefield Wireless Telephone Enterprise Corporate Report
1909 - PATENT - Alexanderson's 1008577 U.S. Patent Filed "High frequency alternator (100 kHz)
1909 - Nobel Prize - Marconi is recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics along with Karl Ferdinand Braun
1909 - CONTINENTAL WIRELESS
1909 - Radio trust monopoly. U.S. regulatory agencies seize the wireless radio RF frequencies owned by NBS and other Smart-Daaf Boys
1909 - PATENT: STUBBLEFIELD'S WIRELESS TELEPHONE CANADIAN PATENT
1909 - NBS WiTel PATENT ASSIGN - Stubblefield Assigns Canadian Patent To A. Frederick Collins
1909 - Nathan B. Stubblefield paid a glowing memorial of respect to Prof. J. P. Brannock, principal of the Murray, Ky Male and Female Institute
1909 - Nathan Stubblefield in Washington, D.C.


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TimeLine1905y46w.jpg 1905 - Greenleaf Pickard invents the silicon detector.
1905 - PATENT LAWS - Revised (1905, STATUTE: SEC. 4886).
1905 - There are now 2,241,367 telephones in the Bell Telephone System.
1905af - Fleming developes the first diode known as the Fleming Valve.
1905 - PATENT - Fleming's U.S. PATENT 803,684 "Instrument for Converting Alternating Electric Currents Into Continuous Currents" Filed April 10, 1905, Granted November 7, 1905. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1905d - The De Forest Company in the USA introduced a device called an Audion also known as the triode. It used the same basic vacuum tube technology as Fleming's diode, but a third electrode had been added. This was called a grid because of the nature of its construction. Initially the Audion vacuum tube was only used for detection of signals, it took another four years, in1910, before it was used as an amplifier. He was granted over 300 patents in the field of wireless, radio, telephone, sound-on-film, picture transmission and TV.
1905d 02 - AUDION PATENT FILED: De Forest's Audion Patent Number One, #979,275, was Applied for on February 2, 1905, Granted in 1906. "The Audion," did not transmit nor detect articular voice or music, until it became the property of AT&T, in 1914. Later on, it became a tube part for radio telephony that relied on the Tesla and Westinghouse AC Generator to broadcast voice and music.
1905d 1204 - PATENT FILED - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 827,523 Patent Filed "Wireless Telegraph System" (separate transmitting and receiving antennas), Filed Dec. 4, 1905, Granted July 31, 1906.
1905m - Marconi has been the recipient of honorary doctorates of several universities and many other international honors and awards. and was created Chevalier of the Civil Order of Savoy in 1905. Many other distinctions of this kind followed.
1905m - Marconi, commercial transatlantic wire service inaugurated between Glace Bay and Clifton Ireland.
1905m - On 16 March 1905 Marconi married Beatrice O'Brien, daughter of Edward Donough O'Brien, 14th Baron Inchiquin, Ireland. They had three daughters (one of whom lived only a few weeks), and one son. Marconi and O'Brien later divorced.
1905m - PATENT: Marconi patents his directive horizontal antenna.
1905r - Reginald Fessenden broadcasts his first program of speech and music transmitted by utilizing his heterodyne system of radio.
1905r-1913 - Fessenden developed a completely self-sustaining wireless system.
1905s - Murray High School built by architect and builder, George Aycock who at the time of his death in 1954, was the oldest member of Murray Masonic Lodge 105.
1905 - John D. Rockefeller Sr. decides to build a mansion at his Pocantico estate. It will take numerous changes and revisions, and eight years of construction, for Kykuit (Dutch for "lookout") to be completed.
1906 - President Roosevelt's attacks on Rockefeller and Standard Oil escalate. Rockefeller is singled out as one of the "malefactors of great wealth." Anti-Rockefeller sentiment is at an all-time high.
906 - J.P. Morgan was a patron to photographer Edward S. Curtis, offering Curtis $75,000 in 1906, for a series on the Native Americans. Curtis eventually published a 20-volume work entitled "The North American Indian."
1906 - Rockefeller and Carnegie are perceived by the press as being locked in competition over the extent of their philanthropic giving.
1905s 0507 - Born: William Tesla Stubblefield (1905-1906), on May 7, in Murray, Kentucky. Son of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield.
1906 - Berlin Conference - 27 nations signed the International Wireless Telegraph Convention concluded between Germany, the United States of America, Argentina, Austria, Hungary, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Denmark, Spain, France, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Monaco, Norway, the Netherlands, Persia, Portugal, Rumania, Russia, Sweden, Turkey, and Uruguay. This second international radio conference was held in Berlin, Germany in 1906, to deal with issues left over from the 1903 Conference. The result was a comprehensive agreement, the International Wireless Telegraph Convention, which was adopted on November 3, 1906, and became effective July 1, 1908. Although U.S. representatives signed the agreement in 1906, the U.S. Senate did not ratify the Berlin Convention until April 3, 1912, and the President proclaimed U.S. adherence to the Convention effective May 25, 1912.
1906 - First telephone directory featuring classified business advertising on yellow pages issued in Detroit by the Michigan State Telephone Company.
1906 - Henry H.C. Dunwoody patents the use of carborundum in detectors.
1906 1014 - Died: William Tesla Stubblefield (1905-1906), on October 14, in Murray, Kentucky. (17- months-old). Invant Son of inventor, Nathan B. Stubblefield.
1906al - Alexanderson had been employed at General Electric for only a short period of time when GE received an order from Canadian-born professor and researcher Reginald Fessenden for an alternator with 1000 times higher frequency than any in existence at that time. In the summer of 1906 Dr. Alexanderson presented a 50 kHz alternator that was installed in Fessenden's radio station in Brant Rock, Massachusetts. By fall it's output had been improved to 500 watts and 75 kHz. On Christmas Eve, 1906. Before the invention of his alternator, radio was an affair only of dots and dashes transmitted by inefficient crashing spark machines.
1906d - AUDION PATENT GRANTED: De Forest's Audion Patent Number One, #979,275, patents the "Audion" as a "new receiver for wireless telegraphy." He added a 'Grid' to the Fleming Valve, creating the 'Triode."
1906d - In 1906, De Forest's attorney was the first person to use the word "Radio." The term was used to describe the De Forest Wireless Radio Telegraphy Company.
1906d - There was considerable comment in the scientific community regarding whether de Forest's Audion was an infringement of copying Fleming's original idea. Fleming himself never claimed any credit for the introduction of the grid, but did contest the patent infringement of the thermionic technology in the courts. Unfortunately he lost, but many in the scientific community agreed with him.
1906d 0626 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 824,637 Patent Granted "Oscillation Responsive Device" (vacuum tube detector diode), Filed Jan. 18, 1904, Granted June 26, 1906. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1906t - "The Audion," did not transmit nor detect articular voice or music, until it became the property of AT&T, in 1914. Later on, it became a tube part for radio telephony that relied on the Tesla and Westinghouse AC Generator to broadcast voice and music.
1906d 0731 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 827,523 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraph System" (separate transmitting and receiving antennas), Filed Dec. 4, 1905, Granted July 31, 1906. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1906d 0726 - PATENT FILED - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,934 "Wireless Telegraph Tuning Device" Filed Jan. 20, 1906, Granted July 6, 1909.
1906d 0731 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 827,524 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraph System," filed January 1, 1904, Granted July 31,1906. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1906d 0827 - PATENT FILED: - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 841,386 "Wireless Telegraphy" (tunable vacuum tube detector - no grid), Filed Aug. 27, 1906, Granted Jan. 15, 1907.
1906fa 08 - Born: Philo Farnsworth (1906-1971), on August 19, in Beaver, Utah. Converted electromagnetic wave to image. (Television Receiver).
1906d 1113 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 836,070 Patent Granted "Oscillation Responsive Device" (vacuum tube detector - no grid), Filed May 19, 1906, Granted Nov. 13, 1906. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1906r - Fessenden directed the business activities of the National Electric Signaling Company from the Brant Rock, Massachusetts Dit Dah transmitter facilities. He focused his technical knowledge and efforts on perfecting the Alexanderson, General Electric, Tesla inspired 60 cycle AC spark generator to transmit both Dit Dahs and voice. The station first gained fame by establishing communications with Machrihanish in Scotland.
1906r 1219 - The 'Alexanderson Alternator' is delivered to Fessenden's station.
1906r 1224 - On Christmas Eve 1906, Fessenden broadcasts speech and music to surprised shipboard operators. He broadcasts on 42 Kilohertz at 1 kilowatt. The programming includes a female voice singing a Christmas carol, a violin solo by Fessenden, and an invitation to report on reception. Max Wien uses cooled gaps and quenched gaps in his spark transmitters. Occurred the same year Tesla's Westinghouse patent for his 60-cycle electrical generator expired.
1906r - Christmas Eve December 24, 1906, at 9 P.M. eastern standard time, Reginald Fessenden, with an upgraded Alexanderson alternator and with Alexanderson in attendance, prepared and performed their first speech and phonograph music program from the Brant Rock station.
••• The Christmas Eve Broadcast occurred the same year Tesla's Westinghouse patent for his 60-cycle electrical AC generator expired. The private broadcast demonstration was reported to have been received by ships at sea, with look-a-like GE -- Fessenden receivers, up and down the coast, inland some distance in New York State and Maryland -- and as far away as 100 miles.
••• Ships at sea with a same like receiver, were said to hear the broadcast that included Fessenden playing the song O Holy Night on the violin and reading a passage from the Bible.
••• Of course, this feat was four years after Smart Daaf Boy Marconi's Dit Dah Morse Code signal "S" was heard by Marconi from England to Newfoundland in 1901, and Stubblefield ship to shore two-way wireless telephone broadcast in Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., in 1902. Fessenden attended the event.
1906r - Reginald Fessenden had already made a widely heard radio voice broadcast, using a rotary spark gap transmitter, on December 24, 1906. His technique was in fact voice modulated high frequency radio transmission. Regular news broadcasts using vacuum tube technology became common by 1920.
1906s - Wm Tesla Stubblefield. After the death of Nathan and Ada's 17-month-old son Tesla, Nathan Stubblefield, to lapse the tragic death of Wm Tesla, blamed himself for the death of their son. It was shortly after Tesla was found "teething" on a raw potato from the mixed energized WiFi hotsoil patches, that Tesla grew fatally ill on Oct. 14, 1906.
1906t - Another kind friend lent Tesla some money to develop a bladeless steam turbine. Within four years Tesla had produced two turbines, each developing 100 HP. He persuaded GE to let him test them in their New York power station. He installed them setting them up in opposition to each other and thus his demonstration was poor.
1906t - On his 50th birthday in 1906, Tesla demonstrated his 200 hp (150 kW) 16,000 rpm Bladeless Turbine.
1906t - Tesla soldiered on, but by 1906 had got nowhere and abandoned the project.
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1907 - Clarence D. Tuska the first Secretary of the A.R.R.L. started working with the Coherer.
1907 - G.W. Pickard perfects the Dit Dah crystal detector and takes out a patent for the use of silicon in detectors. The first 'Broadcasts' of records are done to aid in testing, so the operator didn't have to talk. The worlds first Trans-Atlantic commercial wireless service is established by Marconi with stations at Clifden, Ireland and Glace Bay, Nova Scotia. Marconi begins to use rotary synchronous gaps in his spark transmitter.
1907 - Jesse Wells, brother of Rainey T. Wells appointed assistant chief of police, Murray, Kentucky.
1907d - Launch of the De Forest Radio Company. An early company advertisement stated: "It will soon be possible to distribute grand opera music from transmitters placed on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House by a Radio Telephone station on the roof to almost any dwelling in Greater New York and vicinity. The same applies to large cities. Church music, lectures, etc., can be spread abroad by the Radio Telephone."
1907d 0115 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 841,386 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraphy" (tunable vacuum tube detector - no grid), Filed Aug. 27, 1906, Granted Jan. 15, 1907. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1907r 02 - Two months after the Fessenden broadcast event, the word "Radio" popped up. On February 28, 1907, the De Forest Radio Telephone Company was the first to use the new word, "Radio" to describe the Wireless Telephony. The first permanent wireless telephone RF broadcasting installation was constructed in Murray, Kentucky, by Stubblefield's Teleph-on-del-green Industrial College, on the campus where Murray State University is now located.
1907d 0228 - THE FIRST RADIO STOCK CORPORATION. De Forest RADIO TELEPHONE COMPANY - On February 28, 1907 - the first Wireless Telephone company USING the new WORD "RADIO."
1907d 0620 - PATENT FILED - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,936 "Space Telegraphy" Filed June 20, 1907, Granted July 6, 1909.
1907d 0620 - PATENT FILED - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,937 "Space Telephony" Filed June 20, 1907, Granted July 6, 1909.
1907m - Marconi achieved fully reliable transatlantic communication.
1907s - Nathan B. Stubblefield Wireless Telephone Enterprise formed with the "Big Six."
1907 - In 1907, when there was a banking panic, J.P. Morgan took command, rallied the other bankers, and restored their confidence.
1907s 0101 - NBS. Articles of Agreement between Nathan B. Stubblefield and the "Big Six," Senator Conn Linn, B. F. Schroader, R. Downs, J. D. Rowlett, Geo. C. McLarin, John, P. McElrath, Samuel E. Bynum, (Rainey T. Wells) subscribe for certain interest in "Stubblefield's Ideal System of Wireless Telephony" invention.
1907s 0601 - - STUBBLEFIELD PROSPECTUS - Valuable Applications of this Invention, As Cited In Our United States Patent Application. June 1, 1907.
1907s - Murray, Kentucky. Excessive telephone rates prompted City Attorney R. T. Wells to issue 210 indictments against stockholders of the beleaguered Cumberland Telephone Co. As a result of the hassle against the phone company, articles of incorporation were filed by 40 stockholders for a competing firm, Murray Telephone Co.
1907 - The U.S. government has seven different suits pending against Standard Oil. The lawsuits argue that Standard Oil is more than twenty times the size of its closest competitor.
1907s - Nathan Stubblefield. Patent Board of Examiners. The new terminology, moving vehicles, groundless loop aerials connected to mobile wireless telephones powered by electrolytic batteries being recharged with gasoline engines, became Nathan's own obvious and distinct scientific jargon to describe his system to the examiners. It was exactly what they wanted to hear, before tacitly motivating themselves to approve his patent. Nathan defined Marconi, De Forest and the others, as electricity coming from a basic non-continuous spark wallop, powered by a non-battery source and too dangerous to be portable enough to be called a "wireless telephone." Their Tesla-type alternator, Nathan explained, was powered either by a water fall, such as the Niagara Falls, or by a coal burning steam engine, like the one used by Marconi in his 1901 first transatlantic dit-dah transmission of the letter "S." As for the Phelps and Conly coils patents, Nathan stated, "they were the fathers of a thought." The thought being a patent that was paragoned to a "now you see it ... and now you don't" magic trick. The patent described something it could not do, create ground energy electromagnetic atmospheric transmissions.
1907s - The new Murray school building, two years after construction started in 1905, was completed by George Aycock, contractor/architect. Senator Conn Linn spoke at the opening ceremony.
1907s 0114 - Trip to Washington, Jan. 14 - April 20, 1907, by Nathan B. Stubblefield.
1907s 0118 - Wireless Telephone. Introductory of Stubblefield's Ideal System of Wireless Telephone, on improvements in the art of trasmitting of speech through space electrically. Description (handwriten original).
1907s 0222 - Night Riders from 1907 to 1909. Bands of Night Riders in Murray, Ky. estimated 10 to 275 paid visits upon citizens, often beforehand warning them with threatening notes, taking them from their homes, punishing and whipping them. More people were possessed with fear at the time than in any other period in the history of Calloway County. Only one who has experienced the apprehension of a county under military control can fairly grasp its significance, its despair and despondency. The troups' presence had an adverse effect on the social, economic and spiritual life of the community. Military law under the militia had been imposed on the count, on April 6, the longest occupation of state militia in Calloway County during it entire existence. "The Story of Calloway County," Published by Kerby and Dorothy Jennings.
1907s 04 - On April 5, 1907, Stubblefield filed his Wireless Telephone Patent Application, Serial No. 366,544 -Room 109. The patent application was granted in conjunction with the expiration of Edison's Antenna patent.
••• 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.
1907s 04 - Nathan Stubblefield. Six months after the death of Wm Tesla, Nathan and Bernard left for Washington, D.C. to file Nathan's patent for the Wireless Telephone™. One year later, on May 12th 1908, the 48 year old Nathan was granted the "All-in-One" patent monopoly, his youngest son would have been, 3 years old.
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1907s 0405 - PATENT FILED: Wireless Telephone Patent Application Filed Apr. 5, 1907, by Nathan B. Stubblefield. What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone Patent to the Internet? In the exhibits attached to the Patent, it affixes the wireless telephone installed in vehicles, ships and trains, traveling through a field of wired telephone poles. The drawings are tantamount to the EMW theory that operates today's wireless WI-FI "HotSpots" and Bluetooth systems. The telephone wires themselves were to be used as part of Stubblefield's antenna to carry the wireless broadcast into local wired telephone switchboards for mass party-line broadcasting, if need be. Stubblefield's groundless antenna was used for transmission.
1907s 0405 - Frank Albert Stubblefield (1907-1977), a Representative from Kentucky; born in Murray, Calloway County, Ky., April 5, 1907, the same day Nathan B. Stubblefield filed for his wireless telephone patent in Washington, D.C. MORE STORY
1907s 0501 - Conn Linn and Nathan in Washington to secure original patent May 1. Returned to Murray June 8.
1907s 0501-0608 - Nathan B. Stubblefield in Washington, D.C. Makes trip to Washing on May 1st, returns to Murray June 8, 1907.
1907s 0513 - N. B. Stubblefield patent 366,544 amendment.
1907s 0522 - Stubblefield by 1907, with a 60 foot transmitting coil, he could work 1/4 mile or 1320 feet "nicely." He received patent 887,357 for his Wireless Telephone, using the voice frequency induction system, on May 12, 1908.
1907s 0601 - N. B. Stubblefield patent 366,544 amendment.
1907s 0607 - Private Prospectus - June 7, 1907 - U.S. Army Signal Corps - Major Squier, Washington, D.C.
1907s 1017 - PATENT - Stubblefield's Wireless Telephone Patent Application Approved By Commissioner Allen - Nathan B. Stubblefield - (Patent Expires October 17, 1924). What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone Patent to the Internet? (See 1908)

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1908 0512 - PATENT GRANTED: Stubblefield's U.S. Patent, Number 887,357, All Purpose Wireless Telephone, Filed April 5, 1907, Granted May 12, 1908. / Click MORE STORY TO GO DIRECTLY TO U.S. Patent Office - (Patent Expires May 12, 1925) CLICK ANY IMAGE TO VIEW PATENT
What is the Relevancy of Stubblefield's wireless telephone Patent to the Internet? In the exhibits attached to the Patent, it affixes the wireless telephone installed in vehicles, ships and trains, traveling through a field of wired telephone poles; The drawings are tantamount to the EMW theory that operates today's wireless WI-FI "HotSpots" and Bluetooth systems. The telephone wires themselves were to be used as part of Stubblefield's sideband antenna system to carry the wireless broadcast into local wired telephone switchboards for mass party-line broadcasting, if need be. Stubblefield's groundless antenna was used for transmission.
••• Stubblefield said in the patent that it would be useful for "securing telephonic communications between moving vehicles and way stations." The diagram shows wireless telephony from trains, boats, and wagons. In foreign patents he showed wireless telephony with cars. But there is no indication he was using voice modulated continuous high frequency waves, as are used for radio today until Collins proved it. (Lochte).
1908s 0511 - Canadian application and recording assignment, in U. S. Patent receipt on account by E. G. Siggers, Patents and Patent Law, Washington, D.C.
1908 - The term "Bell System" is introduced in national advertising. The theme "One Policy, One System. Universal Service" is originated within AT&T to express the policy of eliminating dual telephone services wherever possible. Dual services were a result of competition which had been active since the expiration of the original Bell patents in 1894.
1908 - Vail begins national advertising, and introduces the slogan "One System, One Policy, Universal Service."
1908 0912 - Squier became the first passenger to fly with Orville Wright, and the in between for the U.S. Government and the Wright Bros.
1908d 0107 - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 876,165 Patent Granted "Wireless Telegraph Transmitting System" (antenna coupler), Filed May 11, 1904, Granted January 7, 1908. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1908d 0218 - PATENT - LeeDeForest's U.S. Patent 879,532 Patent Granted "Space Telegraphy" (increased sensitivity detector - clearly shows grid), Filed January 29, 1907, issued February 18. 1908. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1908t - From 1908 to 1910, Tesla experiments with pumps, compressors, blowers and steam and gas turbines.
1908t 02 - In February 1908, Tesla signs a contract with American and British Manufacturing Company and begins experiments with a new principle of power transmission from fluids and to fluids.
1908 12 - Antenna PATENT EXPIRES. Thomas A. Edison's Antenna (Dec. 1891) Wireless Telegraphy Patent expires.
1908s - "Nathan is the most un-inventor-like scientist in the business because he's a human being first," said his son and fellow inventor, Bernard Stubblefield. "My father is always working for me in ways that I have no idea about until it happens."
1908s - By 1908, both Stubblefield and De Forest 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 U.S. Patent Office -- then Click Full Text to refresh page. The De Forest Audion Patent Number Three, #879, 532 Covering The Device As A Detector - Was Issued On February 18, 1908. (See NBS100 Timeline) - Stubblefield's inventions leads directly to the WiFi HotSpots technology of today -- that connects directly to land-lines.
1908s - Gen. Squier. It was in 1908, the same year Stubblefield received his wireless patent, that General Squier and Collins introduced NBS to the "Fying Machine." Together they found the best way to utilize the new NBS wireless telecom system with ground troops. Stubblefield played a big part in developing the secrets of SideBanding, for the Signal Corps. SideBanding is the method of sending voice into space, utilizing bare wires and land lines.
1908s - Working quietly was a hallmark of Nathan's style. Between the years of 1908 to 1913, he was bulking up the Company by selecting Bernard to head his National Broadcasting System wireless network, by pulling off a series of under-the-radar deals, largely with the U.S. Signal Corps. It was during these years, the U.S. Signal Corps., headed by Maj. General Squier, was into wireless and aircraft surveillance weapons, getting prepared for the first World War. It was also the beginnings of the Radio Trust monopoly, Westinghouse, AT&T, GE, RCA and NBC.
1908 - The U.S. government launches its largest antitrust suit to date, targeting Standard Oil.
1908 - William Randolph Hearst's "The World" publishes a cover story revealing the "Secret Double Life of Rockefeller's Father," revealing Bill Rockefeller's bigamy.

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1909d - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,933 "Wireless Telegraphy" Filed March 22, 1904, Granted July 6, 1909. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1909t - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,934 "Wireless Telegraph Tuning Device" Filed Jan. 20, 1906, Granted July 6, 1909. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1909d - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,935 "Wireless Telegraph Transmitter" Filed February 3 1904, issued July 6, 1909. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1909d - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,936 "Space Telegraphy" Filed June 20, 1907, Granted July 6, 1909. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1909d - PATENT - Lee De Forest's U.S. Patent 926,937 "Space Telephony" Filed June 20, 1907, Granted July 6, 1909. CLICK TO VIEW PATENT.
1908s 0824 - Nathan B. Stubblefield Sayings: "To thy friend no secrets show for if your friend becomes your foe the whole world your secrets knows." "Napoleon said give him a rock to stand on, and he could turn the world over. I believe my creditors think I could turn it over with nothing to stand on." "... here at home, where money is the Lord absorbing theme and Morality gone to the devil straight." (From Stubblefield's Corporate Report of August 24, 1908).
1908s 0824 - NBS - Nathan B. Stubblefield Wireless Telephone Enterprise Corporate Report.
1908s 0831 - Proposition by Nathan B. Stubblefield to share holders and original supporters of the N. B. Stubblefield Wireless Telephone Enterprise.
1908s 1108 - Postcard from Nathan B. Stubblefield, Washington, D.C., to Son Bernard, Nashville, TN regarding compromise proposition in regards to land matter.
1909 - Braun and Marconi share the Nobel Prize in physics for their work in the development of wireless telegraphy. Charles 'Doc' Herrold begins a regular schedule of broadcasts from his "Herrold College of Wireless and Engineering," at San Jose, CA. S.S. Republic sinks after a collision. All but two lives are saved with the help of wireless.
1909 - The U.S. Government bought its first airplane, a Wright Brothers biplane, on July 30. The airplane sold for $25,000 plus a bonus of $5,000 because it exceeded 40 mph.
1909 - William H. Taft: Twenty-Seventh U.S. President, 1909-1913. (b. September 15, 1857 in Cincinnati, Ohio, d. March 8, 1930 in Washington D.C.).
1909al - PATENT - Alexanderson's 1008577 U.S. Patent Filed "High frequency alternator" (100 kHz), filed April, 1909; issued, November 14, 1911. - CLICK TO VIEW PATENT
1909m - Nobel Prize - Marconi is recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physics along with Karl Ferdinand Braun. During World War I, Marconi was in charge of the Italian wireless service. Marconi developed shortwave secret communication transmissions during this time.
1909s - "Wireless Communication in the United States," By Thorn I. Mayes. -Continental Wireless Telephone and Telegraph Company; Continental Wireless Tel. & Tel. Company; Massie Wireless Telegraph company; Clark Wireless Telegraph company,; Pacific Wireless Telegraph Company, incorporated in Seattle, Washington in 1907 for $10Mil.
1909s - CONTINENTAL WIRELESS TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY, 1909: Included six companies. (Wireless Telegraphy or Wireless Telephony): Incorporated December 1909 In Arizona For $5 million.
1909s 0127 - Nathan Stubblefield in Washington, D.C.
1909s - Patent. When Stubblefield's "All purpose Wireless Telephone™" patent, copyright and trademark was granted, in 1908, the year not only kick-started the radio trust monopoly, but it was the justification for U.S. regulatory agencies to seize the wireless radio telephone RF frequencies owned by NBS and the other Smart-Daaf Boys. The Radio Communication Acts included the Radio Acts of 1910, 1912, 1918, and 1927. The two major stock market crashes that followed the frequency seizures, was the cause for the bleaching any profits on all of the frequency licensing and hardware franchise agreements his various NBS affiliate companies sold to GE, Bell, AT&T and the U.S. Army Signal Corps.
1909s - STUBBLEFIELD & SQUIER - Single Sideband experiments conducted by Nathan B. Stubblefield and Major George Squier INSERT certain text.
1909s 0417 - PATENT: STUBBLEFIELD'S CANADIAN PATENT Issued #114,737 - GRANTED TO STUBBLEFIELD - (Patent Expires in 1926).
1909s 0504 - PATENT: Patent Special Sales Contract for the purpose of suubmitting all offers that we may receive to the owner of said patent for his acceptance or rejection, between Nathan B. Stubblefield and WALSH BROS. & CO., Wireless Invention Wirelss Telephone System, patented Canada, Patent No. 114737, Issued Oct. 20, 1907. Price placed on patent outright, $500,000. Owner's name Nathan B. Stubblefield.
1909s 0615 - NBS WiTel PATENT ASSIGN - Stubblefield Assigns Canadian Patent To A. Frederick Collins, June 15, 1909. Collins assigns 75% of his old Collins Wireless Telephone Company Formed in 1903.
1909s 0901- Nathan B. Stubblefield in Washington, D.C.
1909s - Nathan B. Stubblefield paid a glowing memorial of respect to Prof. J. P. Brannock, principal of the Murray Male and Female Institute for many years, and distinguished writer, following his death Oct. 27, 1909 in Lexington, Tenn. The body was returned to Murray for burial beside his wife in the Murray Cemetery, Ky.
1909s 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.
1909s 1122 - Nathan Stubblefield in Washington, D.C.
1909s 1129 - Nathan B. Stubblefield in Washington, D.C., makes calendar diary entry regards his personal affairs in case of death or accident.
1909s - Nathan B. Stubblefield's horse, frightened by a car with whirring chains on the outer side to propel the thing, resulted in a runaway that hurt the inventor of wireless telephony.

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