ELECTRICAL EXPERIMENTER March 1916 Gernsback science

Published by Hugo Gernsback, early radio promoter, author, publisher, inventor and salesman of telegraph and wireless apparatus through his company Electro Importing Company, is the March 1916 issue of The Electrical Experimenter.

72 pages, paper wrap cover, 8-1/2 x 11-1/4 inches. Issues of this magazine covered all aspects of electricity, radio, wireless, telegraphy, electrical uses and more ...

This issue has articles on the Tesla Destroyer, using the sun's energy, an electric piano, electrocuting superfluous cats and dogs (!), tesla high frequency oscillator, 500 watt military pack set, reception of long damped and undamped waves, list of newly licensed amateur radio stations, and more.

ILLUSTRATED ADS of the period 1915 - 1916 typically included ads for Gernsback's Electro Importing Company, Murdock headphones, Adams-Morgan wireless apparatus, telegraph equipment, coils, Bunnell keys and crystal detectors, William B. Duck wireless apparatus, Mignon receivers, Manhattan Electrical Supply spark coils and rotary gaps, etc.
Personal classified ads of the era offered such items as a used 1908 Harley Davidson motorcycle for $30, a Century Grand camera for $25, a DeForest RJ5 audion detector (with Hudson filament bulb) for $16 (cost $25), an Arlington receiver for $6, and more bargains!

This issue

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