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TVInews - 102 What Big Changes Took Place in the atmosphere between 1892 - 2006. The effect of the Nathan Stubblefield Wireless Telephone™ . . . and Global Warming?
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1. Feature Story / What Big Changes Took Place between 1892 to 2006 . . . that might be causing Global Warming?
••• Nathan B. Stubblefield (b: November 22, 1860 - d: March 28, 1928), was the Kentuckian who invented and patented the Wireless Telephone™ -- and was the educator who founded and conducted EMW aerial experiments at his NBS Teléph-on-délgreen industrial school in 1892. The 85 acre melon farmland is now the campus of Murray State University, Murray, Kentucky.
••• Although NBS, the person, has never been accused of being the direct cause of global warming, some people are now questioning his RF experiments, the effects of the radio frequencies, and radiation spectrums emitted by his 1898 FiWi, and 1908 Wireless Telephone™ patents. Also, those EMW radiation bombs and lazar creations unfolded by wartime quantum radicals -- which followed the RF wave -- have been blamed.
••• Could those RF and EMW radiation waves be the cause of Global Warming, and those other atmospheric weather catastrophes effecting the earth, since1892?
••• Since Nathan is considered to be the foremost inventor and patent holder of the Wireless Telephone™, 1892, this matter has become controversial with a number of people, especially in the U.S.
••• Out there is an entirely new generation that says the wireless telephone isn't "radio," anymore. They still define the "wireless telephone," as the "wireless telephone," which encompasses, cell phones, video-phones, and LookRadio, etc.
•• "Because the wireless telephone isn't "radio" any more, that lets NBS off the hook," says Troy Cory-Stubblefield, the Co-author of the, 'Smart-Daaf Boys,' the inventors of the pizzazz that put voice and television into the EMW and radio spectrums. If Tesla was still around, he'd love to take the blame."
••• Nikola Tesla is the EMW genius that invented and installed his 60 cycle generators within the walls of Niagara Falls to light up New York.
•• Later, Tesla's generator became the power source for the Smart-Daaf Boys, Marconi, Reginad Fessenden, DeForest, Alexanderson, and Armstrong, that finially enabled them to send spark EMW, via Morse Code Dit Dahs through space. Stubblefield used a continuous grounded battery power source to transmit his voice RF broadcasts. CLICK TO SEE MORE ABOUT WiFi -- THE ANTENNA Connection.
•• After 1910, Tesla spent most of his time converged on his spectacular spark towers that caused earth shattering atmospheric phenomenons. He died, (July 10, 1856 - January 7, 1943). / Click to Read Fessenden $2.5-million Law Suit Against the Radio Trust, which included RCA, AT&T, GE and the Western Electric Company. CLICK TO SEE MORE STORY.
•• But looking at the facts, by 1912, "broadcasting voice, the Morse Code Dit Dahs, and guidance signals, became distinct mediums, … but were quickly converging," said Troy. Even though Nathan's (1892-1908) units were larger than today's hand held cell phones, his NBS Wireless Telephone's had all of the elements and essentials necessary, -- to broadcast and hear either voice or send text RF messages just as today's wireless phones.
••• His 1908 patent drawings illustrate his capability to transmit EMW voice through the atmosphere utilizing either a grounded aerial or a coil loop antenna system. His NBS-handi mobileTele had the cleverness to communicate with all types of moving vehicles, as well as connecting into an existing telephone company's land-line customer base. Like today's Internet VoIP network, utilizing a WiFi router connected to Verizon, Sprint or AT&T's land-lines.
••• In 1992, the Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, issued a proclamation and passed a symbolic official notice, recognizing that Nathan B. Stubblefield was the true inventor of radio, and should be so recognized internationally as such, and that Murray in the Commonwealth of Kentucky be recognized as the birthplace of radio, and that the year 1992 be proclaimed as the NATHAN BEVERLY STUBBLEFIELD YEAR IN KENTUCKY IN RECOGNITION OF HIS ACCOMPLISHMENT - SEE KENTUCKY GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION
••• Confirmed by telecommunication historical timelines, other wireless achievers and award winners like Marconi, Tesla and Fessenden did advance their EMW Spark generators to broadcast voice and music, but it is equally clear that when they did, the broadcasts occurred after Stubblefield's demonstrations and patent recordations. England retained the name "wireless" for broadcasting, while the U.S. renamed it, "Radio."
••• In addition to Stubblefield's pioneering work in wireless RF telecommunications technology, from 1882 to 1898, he was also responsible for important advances in the science of acoustical audio transmission, and to the advancements of the mechanics in the integration of the telephone and the perpendicular antenna. His work with the U.S. Signal Corps in the virtual integration of EMW ground energy voice transmission with land-line sidebanding, hardware and switchboard technology. EMW telephone sideband technology, earned his company, the Flying Machine patent. CLICK TO SEE MORE STORY.
••• In 1888, 1898 and 1908 respectively, Nathan was issued patents for his Mechanical Telephone, his EMW Earth Batteries, and his legendary 1908 Wireless Telephone System.
••• By 1920, the wireless T&T companies that once bragged of being the 'Radio' in the Wireless Radio Telephone and Telegraph Signal industries, were nearly undone by the collapse in the Dit Dah Morse Code industry, and by the regulatory seizure of their frequency assets authorized by several acts of Congress. Between the years, 1912 and 1919, just after the de-escalation of World War I, .
••• It was at the Radio Act of 1912, that was to prevent amateur radio boys from interrupting government spectrums. But it was during this time, that the Dit Dah Morse Code industry was being side swiped by the rapid growth of the many amateur radio boy clubs, that bought radio kits to start their own Dit Dah broadcast networks. Their 'Radio Boys' efforts in broadcasting helped sustain the growth of Amateur business. By 1922, there were over 15,000 members in the U.S.
••• It wasn't long after this happened, that the genius of Tesla converged on spectacular spark towers that caused earth shattering atmospheric phenomenons. He died, (July 10, 1856 - January 7, 1943).
••• Through all of this, since 1908, Stubblefield has remained the sole claimant for the invention of Wireless Telephony and its RF spectrums. Nathan was issued the Patent for 17 years to manufacture and broadcast the human voice spectrum; but, like Marconi and Tesla, by 1918, all of Nathan's RF spectrums were confiscated by regulatory seizure. The FCC, in 2005, reported the auction sales of Wireless Telephone frequencies, brought in more than $27-billion. CLICK TO SEE MORE FCC Missteps STORY. and CLICK TO SEE MORE Portz STORY.
••• As for Fessenden, in 1928, the same year Stubblefield died, and one year after his patent expired, Fessenden was paid over $2.5 million after a prolonged lawsuit against the Radio Trust, which included RCA, AT&T, GE and the Western Electric Company. CLICK TO SEE MORE STORY. - 109ReginaldFessendenWins1928
••• The physics club of Murray State University is named after Nathan B. Stubblefield, in his honor. CLICK TO NBS STUDY ON REGULATORY SEIZURE.

Part 02 / Under today's WiFi conditions, and a few modifications, the 1907 NBS mobileTele could create the same wireless WiFi "HotSpots" -- that carry billions of VoIP messages and radio-television streams over the Internet and through space everyday.
In the 1892-1913 NBS mobile radio world era, it was the mobile telephone, a RF transmitter, microphone, earphones and antenna. To communicate with another party, a companion NBS mobileTele was needed to conduct a two-way RF conversation. To listen, only a receiver and speaker was needed to hear the RF voice conversation. A switchboard with a phone number was needed to connect calls from the NBS mobileTele -- to land-line customers.
In the 1895-1913 Marconi Dit Dah radio world era, it was the hand-operated telegraph key, a RF transmitter, earphones and antenna. To communicate with another party, a companion Marconi Dit Dah device was needed to conduct a two-way RF Morse Code conversation.
••• This could be done by using standardized sequences of short and long marks or pulses -- commonly known as "dots" and "dashes" or Dit Dahs for the letters, numerals and special characters of a message using the International morse code.
••• To listen, only a receiver and speaker was needed to hear the short and long pulses or tones, or as a mechanical or visual signal (e.g. a flashing light) using devices like an Aldis lamp or a heliograph. Because Morse code is transmitted using just two states -- on and off -- it was an early form of a digital code. International Morse code is composed of six elements:
••• A switchboard with a phone number was needed to connect calls from the Marconi Dit Dah message center -- to transmit the Code to land-line customers. Recently a few widely publicized speed contests have been held between expert Morse code operators and expert cellphone SMS text messaging users (see external links). Morse code has consistently won the contests, leading to speculation that cellphone manufacturers may eventually build a Morse code interface into cellphones.
In the Dot.com world, it's the mouse, keyboard, monitor, microphone and speakers, attached to a computer connected to the Internet that has DSL - VoIP dial tone possibilities. To communicate with another party, the user needs an IP or Email Address, and the computer-software needed to conduct a two-way conversation.
••• But looking at the facts, even though his (1892-1908) units were larger than today's hand held cell phones, his NBS Wireless Telephone had all of the elements and essentials necessary to send and receive EMW voice and text messages just as today's wireless phones.
••• Again, the NBS 1908 patent drawings illustrate his capability to transmit EMW voice through the atmosphere utilizing either a grounded aerial or a coil loop antenna system. His NBS-handi mobileTele had the cleverness to communicate with all types of moving vehicles, as well as connecting into an existing telephone company's land-line customer base. Like today's Internet VoIP network, utilizing a WiFi router connected to Verizon, Sprint or AT&T's land-lines.

3. Editor's Note / ABOUT ANTENNAS and AERIALS / Basic Antenna Theory Radio waves are generated by electrons accelerating in the antenna.
••• Consider a transmitter perpendicular to the ground. The electrons in the antenna, when a signal is applied, the electrons are changing their velocities continuously, (i.e. moving up and down very quickly) -- in response to the applied signal.
••• For a Radio Station that broadcasts at a wavelength of 1500m, the antenna needs to be 750m long. This is because there is a 'virtual antenna' effect being created underground, caused by the aerial being earthed, (grounded) in the ground to create a circut. CLICK FOR MORE ANTENNA INFORMATION

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••• As for Fessenden, in 1928, the same year Stubblefield died, and one year after his patent expired, Fessenden was paid over $2.5 million after a prolonged lawsuit against the Radio Trust, which included RCA, AT&T, GE and the Western Electric Company. CLICK TO SEE MORE STORY. - 109ReginaldFessendenWins1928
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