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"Now that the powerful German Wireless Telegraph Station, located at Sayville, L. I., has been taken over by the United States Government authorities by order of the President to further the purpose of preserving our strict neutrality, this remarkable plant, about which so much secrecy has always been observed, has become of extraordinary interest to practically every one in this country."
This is an early issue of Electrical Experimenter from September 1915. The cover features the “The Wireless Torpedo.” Additional stories an article by J.A. Fleming on the causes of atmospheric ionization, and “Some Remarkable Results with Audion Amplifiers.” The issue also includes a color Supplement page about building a loose coupler.
Contents of this Issue:
  • Uncle Sam and the Inventor (H. Gernsback)
  • The Wonders of Radium
  • Combating the Submarine by Electrical Means (H. Winfield Secor)
  • Some Late Theories for the Young Scientist
  • Omegon (George Frederic Stratton)
  • The Old “Bug” Speaks (Thomas Reed)
  • The Wraith of the Wireless (Rose Seelye-Miller)
  • Luna Park, New York’s “Joyland”
  • Long Distance Submarine Telegraphy and Telephony
  • Enameled Magnet Wire, Its Properties and Manufacture (L. Earl Deane)
  • X-Ray Tubes and Their Manufacture (Samuel Cohen)
  • The Static Machine, Past and Present
  • New Calorimeter Registers Energy of Man’s Every Move
  • Edison Heads New U.S. Navy Science Board
  • How Telephone Transmitters and Receivers are Made (Concluded)
  • How to Construct a Galvanometer
  • Sayville, the News-Way to Berlin
  • Why Sayville Radio Station Was Closed
  • The Hammond Radio Controlled Torpedo Boat
  • On the Causes of Ionization of the Atmosphere (J.A. Fleming)
  • European Applications of Wireless Telephony (Frank C. Perkins)
  • Some Remarkable Results with Audion Amplifiers (John A. Gardner and E.R. Isaak)
  • Our Supplement (article)
  • How-To-Make-It Department
  • Among the Amateurs
  • Latest Patents
  • Phoney Patents
  • Question Box
  • Patent Advice ((H. Gernsback)
  • Opportunity Exchange
  • Supplement: Building a 4000 Meter Wave Loose Coupler


Publisher:
Experimenter Publishing Company, Inc.
Editor: Hugo Gernsback
Issue: Volume 3: Number 5; Whole No. 29; September 1915
Pages: 64
Size: 9″ x 12″
Digital edition © 2009 Curtis Philips. All Rights Reserved.

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