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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/21/11 Radio and the American Navy
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9/21/11 How did technological systems become effective? Radio became essential. Radio and the American Navy
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9/21/11 I. Making radio work (1888-1900) II. Making radio heard (1900-1918) III. Making radio pay (1915-1925) Radio and the American Navy
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9/21/11 I. Making radio work (1888-1900) A. theoretical roots -- James Clerk Maxwell -- displacement current -- Hertz & the hoop, 1888 -- Lodge & synotny (frequency) -- coherer (receiver) Radio and the American Navy
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9/21/11 Leyden jar Univ. of Nebraska Historical Scientific Instrument Gallery Dept. of Physics
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9/21/11 Hertz’s experimental device for detecting the displacement current Hertz, Untersuchnugen ueber die Ausbreitung der elektrischen Kraft (Leipzig, 1892) p.
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9/21/11 I. Making radio work (1888-1900) B. Guglielmo Marconi -- wizards and heroes -- ether and Edison Radio and the American Navy
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9/21/11 Guglielmo Marconi
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Unformatted text preview: 9/21/11 9/21/11 1902 reception from Poldhur transmission station, aboard the 9/21/11 II. Making radio heard (1900-1918) A. Marconis story B. Marconis system C. The system breaks down-- 1912: vacuum-tube oscillator Radio and the American Navy 9/21/11 III. Making radio pay (1900-1925) A. Communications and the Navy B. Radio and a captains authority Radio and the American Navy 9/21/11 III. Making radio pay (1900-1925) C. Making radio matter-- Stanford Hooper-- Bureau of Navigation-- Rr. Admr. Charles J. Badger-- Chesapeake Bay, 1913 Radio and the American Navy 9/21/11 Stanford Hooper 9/21/11 Rear Admiral Charles J. Badger 9/21/11 III. Making radio pay (1900-1925) D.Broadcasting-- two possible systems-- AT&T-- Westinghouse, 1920-- extended communities-- standardization Radio and the American Navy 9/21/11 Timeline Themes Artifacts Gallery 9/21/11 9/21/11...
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