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TVInews - 102 The Nathan Stubblefield WiFi - WiMAX Antenna and Aerials. What Big Changes Took Place in the atmosphere between 1892 - 2006? The WiFi -WiMAX 187 effects of the Wireless Telephone®™© . . . No WiTEL®™© For You -- unless you pay your monthly fee.
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Photos: Nathan B. Stubblefield, NBS, 1902 envisioned his wireless radio telephony, (WiTEL®™©) as a marketing tool. Charge -- a monthly fee for a two-way interactive phone service, connected to land-lines, like todays cable pipeline into the home and office, and a -- one-way broadcasting for listening only service for radio programing. Photo: L - GPO Wireless Investigation Service dectector vans, c 1920. Bottom Photos NBS family at Telephon del green and Radio Speaker.
•• "Pay -- or No Wireless For You," was the moto in 1904. In the photo above, two detection vans with loop aerials on the roof and a General Post Office (GPO) 'Wireless Investigation Service' logo on the side. The poster says 'Warning: Is Your Wireless Licensed?' Men are adjusting the roof aerials. Some of these vans were used by Post Office engineers to test subscribers' mains lines for interference. Most of the vans had standard bodies but from 1948, the Morris vans used for this purpose were fitted out as mobile offices with equipment to detect interference and unauthorized transmissions. The lettering on the cab door was applied to a removable metal plate to allow these vans to operate anonymously. The government first introduced radio licence fees in 1904, and these were not abolished until 1971. CLICK FOR MORE ABOUT RF AERIALS.
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1. Feature Story / What Big Changes Took Place between 1892 to 2010 -- that might be causing Global Warming - Part 2?
••• ABOUT ANTENNA'S / Basic Antenna Theory Radio waves are generated by electrons accelerating in the antenna. Antenna power supply for wireless radio telephones either comes from batteries or alternating current genterators. http://www.sub-tv.co.uk/antennatheory.asp
••• 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 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 About sub-TV and the EditorOther Pages The Physics of Aerial Design - an Introduction Have you ever wondered why radio and television aerials are the shape and size that they are? This introduction is a brief guide.
••• Why all this bother about a ground connection?
••• Stubblefield saw the moist earth in his melon patch, as the other half of the continuous power source to transmit voice through space to a companion receiver. The better the connection you make to a moist conductive ground area power source, the more signal will flow through your wireless apparatus, and the clearer the voice and music, could be heard!
••• But how did Nathan plug his RF circuit - the transmitter/receiver combo into space and ground at the same time?
••• Well, the atmospheric space connection, of course, was made by his antenna. His array of antennas gathered as many RF signals as was possible to give his NBS mobileTele, the transmitter/receiver, the best voice clarity. The ground connection was made in several different ways.
••• His RF receiver, the NBS mobileTele, pictured above with the loop aerial, was in essence one part of a circuit that was integrated into a battery power source. In this case, though, the power source is the radio signal you wish to resolve.
••• But how could a potential exist when the entire signal flows through the air?
••• The question speaks for itself! The radio energy is almost all in the space around the NBS mobileTele transmitter/receiver. Almost none of it is in the ground. The potential exists, therefore, between the air and the ground.
••• But how did he plug - the NBS mobileTele, (the circuit) into the air and ground at the same time?
••• Nathan used a iron stake or rod into the ground and connected this to the NBS mobileTele's ground terminal, or he would use his black box he labeled as, "BSx" -- filled with a moist mixture of salt and iron chips, with his electrolytic coil buried in between the iron oar particles. The loophole in this RF circuitry, was his loop antenna. "BSx" was the acronym for his son, Bernard.
••• He could have grounded his NBS mobileTele, to the little screw on the wall socket, but of course, in 1892 to 1908, electricity was not commonplace. In today's world, the electrical wall socket is a moderately good ground for 60 Hz AC. It can literally appear as an open connection at radio frequencies, but relying on the socket as your ground is like making no ground connection at all!
••• For the best ground, do what NBS did. Driving a copper rod into the moist earth mixed with salt and iron ore, and a whole watermelon containing an NBS electrical water battery was a good ground connection, a great RF detector and very conductive.

/iPhone4-AntennaStub300w.jpgPart 02 / Under today's WiFi / WiMAX 187 conditions, and a few modifications, the 1907 NBS mobile WiTEL®™© 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. CLICK FOR MORE WiFi Antenna Story

3. Editor's Note / By 1892, Nathan's vibrating phone evoluted to an RF hand held wireless telephone with an antenna, that could transmit voice through the atmosphere to a companion receiver. At that time, only one year before Bell telephone patent was to expire, the only converging distinct mediums of telecommunications were telegraphy and telephony over land-lines.
••• "Right now, today, broadcast television and broadband are distinct mediums … but that is quickly converging," said Troy, of VRA TelePictures, who created some of the earliest Internet WiTEL®™© television programming and portals at LookRadio and Xingtv.com in the early 90s.
••• 1991 was the time of the first wave of online Timbuck 2 television, and streaming audio/vidio from Murray, Kentucky to Pasadena, California. His 2000 Webcast from Harbin, China fell short of expectations due to Government restrictions, "bad buffering" and screens "the size of a postage stamp." SEE HARBIN CHINA WEBCAST.
WHO WAS THE FIRST TO HEAR A RF PRODUCED VOICE TRANSMISSION?
••• In 1892, it was the 17-year-old Rainey T. Wells (b. Dec. 25, 1875, d. June 15, 1958) who attentively heard his first words over the first NBS wireless telephone, at Teléph-on-délgreen, now Murray State University.

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••• iPhone Antenna Problems? Maybe There's A Way Out . . . "if you could sqeeze your iPhone inside a loop antenna."
••• "If you ever wondered why your iPhone had patchy service even though it showed the signal bars at full strength?" It's the way your holding the handi in the palm of your hand.
••• Apple has admitted that its iPhones have been inflating signal strengths and masking poor reception," but says David MacFarlane of NBS WiTEL®™©, " -- all Apple has to do is surround the telephony device and the beholder, (the individual) -- with a proper/ImagesStub/nbsFamLoopAerialUp108w.jpg WiTEL®™© aerial system, and the beholder becomes the antenna." (see Left photo of NBS -- the Wireless Telephone®™© inventor, and his WiTEL®™© loop antenna).
••• Apple revealed the embarrassing flaw, which it said has been a problem since the original iPhone was launched three years ago, as it was addressing an uproar over dropped signals on its new iPhone 4, which came out last week.
••• • iPhone Needs Code: 887-WiTEL-187. • Your Arm & Legs Act as the antenna!
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After just a week of availability, Apple's iPhone 4 is the subject of a class-action lawsuit.
••• Citing the iPhone 4's antenna problems, which requires users to hold the smart phone in a particular way to avoid connection problems, law office Mason LLP has filed the suit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. It claims to be speaking on behalf of "hundreds of thousands" of iPhone 4 owners.
••• The focus of the lawsuit is to highlight what the plaintiffs say is a defective antenna. They are requesting that the court require Apple to offer a case at no charge to iPhone 4 buyers. The suit also asks for monetary damages related to the alleged "diminished value of the phone."
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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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