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  • 1. WWW TeslaSunday, February 17, 13
  • 2. World With/ Without Tesla Inventions Petar Kocovic July 10, 2012Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 3. 68% of all jobs around the world are based on Tesla and Edison patentsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 4. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 5. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 6. Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856 – January 7, 1943)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 7. Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856 – January 7, 1943) 112 Patents 1200+ adds to the basic patent set 272 out of USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 8. Nikola Tesla (July 10, 1856 – January 7, 1943) 112 Patents 1200+ adds to the basic patent set 272 out of USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 9. What is technology?Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 10. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 11. What is invention?Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 12. Rafael: “The School of Athens” Plato and Aristotle Necessity, who is the mother of invention. Plato: The Republic Greek author & philosopher in Athens (427 BC - 347 BC)  Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 13. InnovationsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 14. Innovations TechnologicalSunday, February 17, 13
  • 15. Innovations Technological Non-technologicalSunday, February 17, 13
  • 16. Innovations Technological Non-technological UsefulSunday, February 17, 13
  • 17. Innovations Technological Non-technological Useful EdisonSunday, February 17, 13
  • 18. Base TESLA PATENT 381968 ELECTRO-MAGNETIC MOTOR May 1st, 1888Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 19. May 1st, 1888Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 20. NON- TECHNOLOGICAL INVENTIONSSunday, February 17, 13
  • 21. SYSTEMS OF WRITING (ALPHABET)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 22. Cuneiform – Summer ca 3000 B.C.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 23. Cuneiform – Summer ca 3000 B.C.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 24. American Sign Language Thomas Gallaudet – 1817 (USA)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 25. GLASSSunday, February 17, 13
  • 26. Egypt ~2,500 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 27. Egypt ~2,500 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 28. INKSunday, February 17, 13
  • 29. Egypt, China ~2,500 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 30. LOCK AND KEYSunday, February 17, 13
  • 31. Mesopotamia ~2,000 B.CSunday, February 17, 13
  • 32. Confucius Lady, Lock and Key StorySunday, February 17, 13
  • 33. CHOCOLATESunday, February 17, 13
  • 34. AZTEC, MAYA 1,000 B.C.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 35. BUTTONSunday, February 17, 13
  • 36. Greeks – 700 B.C.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 37. Greeks – 700 B.C.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 38. DENTURESSunday, February 17, 13
  • 39. ETRUSCANS ~700 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 40. COINSunday, February 17, 13
  • 41. Lydians 650 B.C.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 42. PAPER MONEYSunday, February 17, 13
  • 43. Song Dynasty ~700 CHNSunday, February 17, 13
  • 44. Song Dynasty ~700 CHNSunday, February 17, 13
  • 45. Song Dynasty ~700 CHNSunday, February 17, 13
  • 46. POWDERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 47. CHINA ~ 1,000 ADSunday, February 17, 13
  • 48. MAGNETIC COMPASSSunday, February 17, 13
  • 49. CHINA, EUROPE ~ 1200 A.D.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 50. MIRRORSunday, February 17, 13
  • 51. Venetians ~1,200 ADSunday, February 17, 13
  • 52. EYEGLASSESSunday, February 17, 13
  • 53. Salvino degli Armati or Alessandro di Spina ~1280, ITASunday, February 17, 13
  • 54. Sunglasses James Ayscough – 1752-USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 55. Contact Lenses Adolf Flick Germany - 1887Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 56. PASSENGER ELEVATORSunday, February 17, 13
  • 57. Konrad Kyeser 1405 - GER MeteorSunday, February 17, 13
  • 58. Paternoster, 1884-Darford- ENGSunday, February 17, 13
  • 59. MICROSCOPESunday, February 17, 13
  • 60. Hans & Zacharias Jansen 1578 – The NetherlandsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 61. CALENDAR GREGORIANSunday, February 17, 13
  • 62. Pope Gregory XIII and Octavian Clavius 1582- VaticanSunday, February 17, 13
  • 63. THERMOMETERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 64. Galileo Galilei 1592 - ItalySunday, February 17, 13
  • 65. CALCULUSSunday, February 17, 13
  • 66. Sir Isaac Newton and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (invented separately) – 1680s – ENG-GER Algebra + Geometry Differential IntegralSunday, February 17, 13
  • 67. CEMENTSunday, February 17, 13
  • 68. Joseph Aspdin 1824 – Potrland- UKSunday, February 17, 13
  • 69. Reinforced Concrete Joseph Monier, 1867 - France Niagara – cca 1900 a.d.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 70. DYNAMITESunday, February 17, 13
  • 71. Alfred Nobel 1867 - SWESunday, February 17, 13
  • 72. CHEWING GUMSunday, February 17, 13
  • 73. Thomas Adams 1870 - USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 74. BAGSunday, February 17, 13
  • 75. Margaret Knight – 1870 - USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 76. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 77. POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 78. POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 79.  CH2=CHCl POLYVINYL CHLORIDE (PVC)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 80. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 81. Eugen Baumann 1872 - GERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 82. Eugen Baumann 1872 - GERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 83. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 84. Dichloro-Diphenyl- Trichloroethane (ClC6H4)2CH(CCl3)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 85. Dichloro-Diphenyl- Trichloroethane (ClC6H4)2CH(CCl3) DDTSunday, February 17, 13
  • 86. Othmar Zeidler 1874-GERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 87. CREAM SEPARATORSunday, February 17, 13
  • 88. Carl Gustaf Patrik de Laval 1878 - SWESunday, February 17, 13
  • 89. PNEUMATIC TYRESunday, February 17, 13
  • 90. John Boyd Dunlop 1888 - UKSunday, February 17, 13
  • 91. TECHNOLOGICAL INVENTIONSSunday, February 17, 13
  • 92. ASTROLABESunday, February 17, 13
  • 93. ἀστρολάβον astrolabon, "star- taker“ ~ 200 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 94. ἀστρολάβον astrolabon, "star- taker“ ~ 200 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 95. ἀστρολάβον astrolabon, "star- taker“ ~ 200 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 96. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 97. The Antikythera mechanism (Calculate positions of the stars) – 100 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 98. The Antikythera mechanism (Calculate positions of the stars) – 100 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 99. SextantSunday, February 17, 13
  • 100. TELESCOPESunday, February 17, 13
  • 101. Johanes Lippershey 1608 – The NetherlandsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 102. Space Telescope Hubble 1990 - USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 103. SUBMARINESunday, February 17, 13
  • 104. Cornelis Drebbel 1620 – The NetherlandsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 105. BAROMETER LIQUID MERCURYSunday, February 17, 13
  • 106. Evangelista Torricelli 1643 - ITASunday, February 17, 13
  • 107. Evangelista Torricelli 1643 - ITASunday, February 17, 13
  • 108. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 109. PENDULUM CLOCKSunday, February 17, 13
  • 110. Christiaan Huygens 1656 – The NetherlandsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 111. Christiaan Huygens 1656 – The NetherlandsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 112. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 113. Church Pendulum ClockSunday, February 17, 13
  • 114. John Harrison 1762 - ENGSunday, February 17, 13
  • 115. TELEGRAPHSunday, February 17, 13
  • 116. Samuel Finley Breese Morse - 1836 - USA 1836, built first telegraph Adopt magnetism for electromagnetic telegraphySunday, February 17, 13
  • 117. Samuel Finley Breese Morse - 1836 - USA 1836, built first telegraph Adopt magnetism for electromagnetic telegraphySunday, February 17, 13
  • 118. Samuel Finley Breese Morse - 1836 - USA 1836, built first telegraph Adopt magnetism for electromagnetic telegraphySunday, February 17, 13
  • 119. Morse Code First Binary Code First public presentation of telegraph September 2,1837Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 120. Alfred Vail 1837-1845 work with Morse on commercialization of telegraph 1845 – first telegraph line Baltimor – Washington Add second taster and electromagnetsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 121. REVOLVERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 122. SAMUEL COLT 1835-USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 123. REFRIGERATORSunday, February 17, 13
  • 124. John Gorrie 1842-USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 125. TYPEWRITERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 126. Christopher Latham Sholes 1868 - USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 127. Teleprinter Baudot, 32 keys - 1874 (1849) - FRASunday, February 17, 13
  • 128. TELEPHONESunday, February 17, 13
  • 129. Alexander Graham Bell SCO 7. 3. 1876, patent no 174 465Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 130. Telephone First Bell commercial telephoneSunday, February 17, 13
  • 131. MICROPHONESunday, February 17, 13
  • 132. David Hughes 1878- USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 133. CASH REGISTER WITH PRINTING RECEIPTSunday, February 17, 13
  • 134. James Ritty 1879Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 135. DISHWASHERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 136. Josephine Cochrane 1886 - USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 137. CAMERASunday, February 17, 13
  • 138. George Eastman (Kodak) 1888 - USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 139. George Eastman 1884Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 140. AIR VEHICLESSunday, February 17, 13
  • 141. Daedalus and Icarus (The Metamorphosis, book 8)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 142. Hot Air Baloon Joseph –Michel and Jacques-Étienne Montgolfier – 1783 - FRASunday, February 17, 13
  • 143. Ferdinand von Zeppelin 1870 – First Military BaloonSunday, February 17, 13
  • 144. EDISON INNOVATIONS BEFORE 1888, MaySunday, February 17, 13
  • 145. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 146. Menlo ParkSunday, February 17, 13
  • 147. $15,000,000,000 (1931) $227,000,000,000 (2012) Menlo ParkSunday, February 17, 13
  • 148. Candle 3000 B.C. -Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 149. Candle 3000 B.C. -Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 150. Candle 3000 B.C. - Sir Humphry Davy – flammable gas lamp – 1815 - UK Duration – 15 hrsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 151. Lighting Bulb Thomas Alva Edison - 1879-USASunday, February 17, 13
  • 152. Lighting Bulb Thomas Alva Edison - 1879-USA 1093 patents First inventor-businessman Inventor of DC (Direct Current) Tesla was in Edison Electric Company one year (1884-march 1885) Duration – 40 hrsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 153. Ticker - 1869Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 154. TOP 5Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 155. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 156. #5Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 157. Wheel Standard of Ur, cca 2,500B.C.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 158. Device that allows heavy objects to be moved easily through rotating on an axle through its center, facilitating movement or transportation while supporting a load (mass), or performing labor in machines. In order for wheels to rotate, a moment needs to be applied to the wheel about its axis, either by way of gravity, or by application of another external force.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 159. EthimologyOld English: hweol,hweogol,Proto-Germanic:*hwehwlan, *hwegwlanProto-Indo-European:*kwekwlo-, an extended formof the root *kwel- "to revolve,move around“Greek κύκλος kýklos,"wheel“Sanskrit :chakraOld Church Slavonic: kolo,The Latin word rota is fromthe Proto-Indo-European*rotā-, the extended o-gradeform of the root *ret-Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 160. Wheels TodaySunday, February 17, 13
  • 161. Water wheelSunday, February 17, 13
  • 162. Bicycle Baron Karl de Drais de Sauerbrun – 1818 - GER Skoda penny- farthing bicycleSunday, February 17, 13
  • 163. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 164. #4Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 165. Aeolipile – First recorded steam engine Ctesibius - ~250 BC.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 166. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 167. #3Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 168. Johannes Guttengerg - Printing Press - 1450, GERSunday, February 17, 13
  • 169. Luther – print first marketing material Martin Luther (1483-1546) 95 Theses on the Power – Augustinian, Wittenberg and Efficacy of Indulgences 1517 – ProtestantSunday, February 17, 13
  • 170. 134Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 171. Leonardo da Vinci Key Person 134Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 172. Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) – Machine Civili Archimedes ScrewSunday, February 17, 13
  • 173. Ball Bearing Punch pressSunday, February 17, 13
  • 174. Ball Bearing Punch press Nickel- chrome plated steel 1794 – Philip Vaughan - UKSunday, February 17, 13
  • 175. Gear box SpringSunday, February 17, 13
  • 176. Gear box (and Chain differential)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 177. Gear Hero of Alexandria - 50 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 178. Gear Hero of Alexandria - 50 BCSunday, February 17, 13
  • 179. KEY MOMENT: DISCOVERING AMERICAN CONTINENT 1492Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 180. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 181. #2Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 182. More than 4% of Carbon. Machining is impossible.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 183. Iron Casting More than 4% of Carbon. Machining is impossible.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 184. Iron Casting More than 4% of Carbon. Machining is impossible.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 185. Steel (0.2-2.1% of Carbon+Mg, Cr,Va,Ni) Bessemer process Siemens-Martin Henry Bessemer, 1855 - UK Sir Carl Wilhelm Siemens, 1857, GER-UK Pierre Emile Martin – 1865 - FRASunday, February 17, 13
  • 186. Steel (0.2-2.1% of Carbon+Mg, Cr,Va,Ni) Bessemer process Siemens-Martin Henry Bessemer, 1855 - UK Sir Carl Wilhelm Siemens, 1857, GER-UK Pierre Emile Martin – 1865 - FRASunday, February 17, 13
  • 187. Steel (0.2-2.1% of Carbon+Mg, Cr,Va,Ni) Bessemer process Siemens-Martin Henry Bessemer, 1855 - UK Sir Carl Wilhelm Siemens, 1857, GER-UK Pierre Emile Martin – 1865 - FRASunday, February 17, 13
  • 188. Abraham Darby I (1678-1717) The worlds first Iron Bridge  Abraham Darby IV near Coalbrookdale in ShropshireSunday, February 17, 13
  • 189. James Watt -1769 - SCO steam engine From this point Industrial Revolution start 145Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 190. Steam engine in actionSunday, February 17, 13
  • 191. Steam engine in actionSunday, February 17, 13
  • 192. Nicolas Joseph Cugnot – 1769 Fardier à vapeurSunday, February 17, 13
  • 193. Robert Fulton Steamboat 1777Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 194. Stephenson’s Rocket (1830- Manchester-Liverpool)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 195. Boiler 1869 was invented first boilerSunday, February 17, 13
  • 196. Boilerman (also Fireman, Stoker) They eating enormous volume of food.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 197. Income Level in Last 2 MilleniaSunday, February 17, 13
  • 198. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 199. 4 A.D. – Roman Empire – avg $760 - $PPP 850 per monthSunday, February 17, 13
  • 200. 4 A.D. – Roman Empire – avg $760 - $PPP 850 per month 1,000 A.D. – Byzantium – avg $PPP640- $720 per monthSunday, February 17, 13
  • 201. 4 A.D. – Roman Empire – avg $760 - $PPP 850 per month 1,000 A.D. – Byzantium – avg $PPP640- $720 per month 2010 – 2,000 A.D. – avg $PPP750 per monthSunday, February 17, 13
  • 202. Era of Liquid fuelsSunday, February 17, 13
  • 203. Karl Friedrich Benz-GER 1866 - First gasoline Benz Patent – Motorwagen powered car Engine Than Otto, Daimler, Diesel improved engine...Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 204. Internal combustion engineSunday, February 17, 13
  • 205. Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 206. #1Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 207. The Arc of Covenant - Bibilical timeSunday, February 17, 13
  • 208. Electricity The Arc of Covenant - Bibilical timeSunday, February 17, 13
  • 209. Electricity The Arc of Covenant - Bibilical timeSunday, February 17, 13
  • 210. Electricity The Arc of Covenant - Bibilical time 260 B.C -225 A.D. Baghdad battery (1.1V)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 211. Alessandro Volta-1800-ITA first battery on the University of PaduaSunday, February 17, 13
  • 212. 1895-First Franchise – 1$ (2010$ 21.6) per HP (1.34 kW) 2010$ 16/kW Niagara – cca 1900 a.d. 160Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 213. Mihailo Pupin (4. 10. 1858 Idvor – 12. 3. 1935) 1894 – 1923 - has 24 Patents in the field of long distance telephony Father of long distance wired transmissionSunday, February 17, 13
  • 214. ONE MORE THINGSunday, February 17, 13
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  • 216. Where is mr Tesla?Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 217. Where is mr Tesla? TESLA “HOLLY TRINITY” PATENTSSunday, February 17, 13
  • 218. Started with Tesla Patent 514,167, Feb 6, 1894Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 219. Coaxial Cable Patent, Dec 8, 1931 Bell Labs ProjectSunday, February 17, 13
  • 220. Single-wire transmission line - 1897 Tesla called this "Some ten years ago, I phenomenon recognized the fact "transmission of that to convey electric electrical energy currents to a distance through one wire it was not at all without return". necessary to employ a return wire, but that any amount of energy Tesla stated in 1901: might be transmitted by using a single wire. I illustrated this principle by numerous experiments, which, at that time, excited considerable attention among scientific men."Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 221. Principle of Wireless TransmittingSunday, February 17, 13
  • 222. Guillermo Marconi • "Telegraphy without Wires", at the Toynb, on 11 December 1896; and "Signaling through Space without Wires", on 4 June 1897- London • 2. 6. 1896 applied, than on 2. 3. 1897 add amendments to the patent to the British Patent Institution • Tesla fight against Marconi, because he applied in the USA earlier for the same patent as a secondary patent (early 1896)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 223. Marconi - antennaSunday, February 17, 13
  • 224. Oliver Heaviside (1850-1925)—An inventor who failed to file crucial patents •Patent GB 1407 – 1880, Coaxial-Cable •1892 – attend Tesla presentation held in British Electrical Engineers Institute: “Experiments with high voltage, high frequency alternate currents” •1894 – Tesla patent No 514,167 – Electrical ConductorSunday, February 17, 13
  • 225. Principle of Wireless TransmittingSunday, February 17, 13
  • 226. Wireless control • Madison Square Garden exhibition - 1898 • Tesla had control over small “ship” using remote control • This was first wireless controlled device • First commercial use – after 1960Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 227. Magnifying TransmitterSunday, February 17, 13
  • 228. Tesla Coils – in Lab He played with frequenciesSunday, February 17, 13
  • 229. George Westinghouse (1846-1914) -Inventor of Railway Air Brake - Tesla spent in GWH Co form July 1888 – February 1889. Tesla had good salary in GWH Co. After that he came to entrepreneur arena.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 230. The Tesla Wireless Plant on Long Island (High Voltage-High Frequency)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 231. Tesla – Antena Concepts Thorus (Pat 1119732, Dec Hemisphere 1, 1914)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 232. Nikola Tesla: His Life and Work 1900 - backed by $150,000 (2010$ 3,240,00) from financier John Pierpont Morgan, Tesla began construction of his so called "Wireless Broadcasting System" tower on Long Island, N.Y. This broadcasting tower was intended to link the worlds telephone and telegraph services, as well as transmit pictures, stock reports, and weather information worldwide." However, once Morgan realized that Tesla wanted to provide all these serviced for free, he cut Teslas funding. Sunday, February 17, 13
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  • 234. I will illuminate bulbs 25 miles away, free of charge!!!Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 235. I will illuminate bulbs 25 miles away, free of charge!!! Main question was: Where is the money? Nik, Show me the money!!!Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 236. Tesla try to receive funds for his wireless patents from different sourcesSunday, February 17, 13
  • 237. Millionaire John Jacob Astor (died on the Titanic crash, 1912) Madeleine and John Astor The White State line was owned by J.P. Morgan. At the last moment, Morgan decided not to sail on his ship....Madeleine survived, and according to John Jacob Astors will, Madeleine would have received income from a $5,000,000 trust fund as long as she did not remarry.Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 238. One year earlier – 1899 – Colorado Springs Col. John Jacob Astor – made available to Tesla $30,000 (2010$ 390,000) Tesla first calculated Earth frequency ~ 6Hz Shumman resonance 7.8-11 HzSunday, February 17, 13
  • 239. The Electric ExperimenterSunday, February 17, 13
  • 240. U.S Blows Up Tesla Radio Tower - 1917Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 241. 1930 – Tesla proclaimed Death Ray 11 July 1934 the headline on the front page of the New York Times read, TESLA, AT 78, BARES NEW DEATH BEAM. ... such tremendous energy that they will bring down a fleet of 10,000 enemy airplanes at a distance of 250 miles... Tesla stated that the death beam would make war impossible by offering every country an invisible Chinese wall. ("A Master of Lightening: A Weapon To End War")Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 242. Tesla Sold Patent to USSR In 1937 Tesla presented a plan to the Amtorg Trading Corporation, an alleged Soviet arms front in New York City. Two years later, in 1939, one stage of the plan was tested in the USSR and Tesla received a check for $25,000 (2010$ 314,000).Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 243. Giant Tesla Coil in RussiaSunday, February 17, 13
  • 244. H.A.A.R.P. (1990) High Active Auroral Research Project Gaskona AlaskaSunday, February 17, 13
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  • 246. Wireless and InternetSunday, February 17, 13
  • 247. The Internet has penetrated the US market faster than any other major 20th century technological innovation Source: Milken Institute, Merrill Lynch Industry Report (April 1999)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 248. The Internet has penetrated the US market faster than any other major 20th century technological innovation Number of Years to Attain 25% 46 Years Household Penetration in the US 44 Years 35 Years 34 Years 30 Years 26 Years 22 Years 15 Years 13 Years 7 Years Household Automobile Telephone VCR Microwave TV Radio PC Cellular Internet Electricity Oven Phone Source: Milken Institute, Merrill Lynch Industry Report (April 1999)Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 249. Commercial Spread Spectrum BackgroundSunday, February 17, 13
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  • 259. Hedy Lamar: Legendary Inventor of Spread Spectrum As is often reported Like with the in popular press, computer, it is Hedy Lamar was probably impossible awarded an early to identify a single frequency hopping inventor spread spectrum patent during WWII Invention was not applied in practice in next 17 yearsSunday, February 17, 13
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  • 268. Key Spread Spectrum Modulation SchemesSunday, February 17, 13
  • 269. Hedy is Still Remembered!Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 270. Hedy is Still Remembered!Sunday, February 17, 13
  • 271. Entre más vivo, siento que todo lo que era bueno para nuestros padres, no es lo suficientemente bueno para nosotros. – Oscar WildeSunday, February 17, 13
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  • 275. World With/Without Tesla Inventions Petar Kocovic July 10, 2012Sunday, February 17, 13

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