II — Tesla's contribution to high frequency

@article{Wheeler1943IIT,
  title={II — Tesla's contribution to high frequency},
  author={Lynde Phelps Wheeler},
  journal={Electrical Engineering},
  year={1943},
  volume={62},
  pages={355-357}
}
  • L. P. Wheeler
  • Published 1 August 1943
  • Physics
  • Electrical Engineering
DURING the early part of the last decade of the 19th century the attention of the whole scientific world was challenged by Nikola Tesla's public demonstrations of the effects of high-frequency alternating currents. It was then very early in the commercial age of electricity. The incandescent light had not yet become commonplace, electric traction was just being introduced, and the controversy over the relative advantages of the a-c and d-c systems was at its height. Tesla's own contribution to… 
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