Tesla’s high voltage and high frequency generators with oscillatory circuits

@article{Cvetic2016TeslasHV,
  title={Tesla’s high voltage and high frequency generators with oscillatory circuits},
  author={Jovan Cvetic},
  journal={Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering},
  year={2016},
  volume={13},
  pages={301-333}
}
  • J. Cvetic
  • Published 2016
  • Physics
  • Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering
The principles that represent the basics of the work of the high voltage and high frequency generator with oscillating circuits will be discussed. Until 1891, Tesla made and used mechanical generators with a large number of extruded poles for the frequencies up to about 20 kHz. The first electric generators based on a new principle of a weakly coupled oscillatory circuits he used for the wireless signal transmission, for the study of the discharges in vacuum tubes, the wireless… 
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