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Since the transmitting antenna was connected to the [electrically] conducting ground, I believed the waves produced in this manner must resemble more the waves generated by a dipole and propagating along a Lecher conductor [a pair of parallel wires] connected to the dipole than the rectilinear waves radiating in free space. Another factor that helped convince Zenneck that the optical model did not fit: while the free-space propagation theory predicted longer reach for short wavelengths, his experiments indicated the opposite for wireless telegraphy.

M. , his time. Keeping their real goal secret, team members pretended that they were just studying the influence of rocks on Hertzian waves. m. The signor was the first to hear the three sharp clicks from the earphone. He then fetched one of his assistants, who heard the same thing. m. m. Deteriorating weather forbade further testing. But that was enough. The signor informed his business partner in London and issued a brief press statement. Two days later, the New York Times featured the story: “St.

The signor had planned for his “big thing” for years; this expedition was its culmination. Before departing for Newfoundland, the assistants shipped six 500-foot-long kite antennae, two balloons, and various receiving apparatuses. m. , his time. Keeping their real goal secret, team members pretended that they were just studying the influence of rocks on Hertzian waves. m. The signor was the first to hear the three sharp clicks from the earphone. He then fetched one of his assistants, who heard the same thing.

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