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Who the heck was nathan stubblefield?

An interesting story

 Born in 1860,  Nathan Stubblefield's research was in "Wireless Telephony" and while his work was not connected directly to radio, I found his story to be very interesting. His accomplishments came well before most others, but sadly his work had limitations and was not commercially viable.  Read more about Nathan by clicking the button at right and let me know if you enjoyed the article.

Tried - But Failed

 While acknowledging the successful inventors , I believe we should also honor those who tried and failed. Because after all, they had the courage to try.

Nathan Stubblefield
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Reginald Fassenden (October 6, 1866 – July 22, 1932)

20 Years Old And Working For Edison

   1886 Reginald Fassenden started to work with Thomas Edison In West Orange, New York.


  1901 he applied for a patent for his concept development of  continuous- wave radio signals, it was issued in 1902.

  

   It was thought that Lee Deforest was the first to broadcast entertainment in February 1907, but Fassenden had  actually broadcast entertainment on Christmas eve in1924.


 

Building Blocks

Fassenden's work was very important to the creation of radio, find out more about this very interesting inventor and his life by clicking the link below.

Reginald Fassenden

Still under construction - More of the inventors will be upcoming