Carrier-wave telephony over power lines- early history

@article{Schwartz2007CarrierwaveTO,
  title={Carrier-wave telephony over power lines- early history},
  author={Mischa Schwartz},
  journal={2007 IEEE Conference on the History of Electric Power},
  year={2007},
  pages={244-254}
}
In this paper we focus on the early history of using power lines for voice communications, beginning in 1918 and carrying the story forward to the early 1930s, when telephony using power lines had essentially established itself as a mature technology worldwide. 

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