Several new titles on Tesla by Leland Anderson
Nikola Tesla — Guided Weapons and Computer Technology
by Leland Anderson
This work, the third installment of the Tesla Presents series, is based upon legal records associated with the Nikola Tesla vs. Reginald A. Fessenden Patent Interference on the Fundamental AND-Gate logic circuit. While the U.S. Patent Office record is sufficiently important on the basis of its title alone, Tesla winning the claim to this invention, surprisingly the deposition contains heretofore unpublished disclosures by Tesla on the operation of his large high frequency resonators at both the Houston Street laboratory in New York and the Experimental Station in Colorado. Information is presented on what Tesla spoke of as the "art of individualization" for obtaining various levels of security in wireless transmissions. Also included is material on the history of radio-controlled devices, the first practical form of these being Tesla's radio-controlled "telautomaton"—an operational boat first demonstrated to the public at Madison Square Garden in 1898.
#Bnnnn, 251pp, paperback, $18.95
Nikola Tesla's Teleforce & Telegeodynamics Proposals
It was back in the 1930s when the unorthodox inventor Nikola Tesla revealed to the world plans for two unusual devices. In both cases the system technologies which he described had their roots back in an earlier time—the tremendously period in Tesla's life that began around 1890. In this book, the original texts of the teleforce and telegeodynamics proposals, sealed in archives for more than 60 years, are presented for the first time. The principles behind "teleforce"—the particle beam concept, and "telegeodynamics"—the mechanical earth- resonance concept for underground seismic exploration, are fully addressed. Included are reader's aids, commentaries, and significant newspaper articles and headline accounts documenting the first mention of these proposals. An Appendix section provides a wealth of related material and background information.
#Bnnnn, 124pp, paperback, ... $24.95
Nikola Tesla: Lecture Before the New York Academy of
April 6, 1897
This book offers the reader what has been previously unavailable material on the pioneering work of Nikola Tesla in field of radio frequency electrical engineering. While first delivered under the title "On the Streams of Lenard and Roentgen with Novel Apparatus for Their Use" the information carried within the text of the lecture goes far beyond this topic. In addition to his opening remarks on X-ray discovery, a major portion of Tesla's commentary deals with the specially designed high frequency resonators that were used in conjunction with his work, plus clear descriptions of stroboscopic instruments he designed for measurement of frequency and phase. Other topics addressed include wireless receiving methods and the genesis of Tesla's particle beam projector of 1937. During the talk Tesla had displayed approximately 120 drawings of specially constructed vacuum tubes, many being of the Lenard type and also the single-electrode type of his own design. Also among the drawings were renderings of various tubes used in his wireless communications experiments. Enhanced photographs of these images are among the 30 illustrations which fill out this fine volume.
#Bnnn, 142pp, paperback, ... $12.95
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