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  OTB - "Forgotten" Pioneers of Wireless, Part 5 - Karl Ferdinand Braun
Karl Ferdinand Braun was born on June 6, 1850 in the German city of Fulda.
Braun then reduced the number of antenna wires and poles to three and was able to excite the wires from a common transmitter by arranging the poles in an equilateral triangular pattern.
Braun made a modification in the layout of the circuit for the dispatch of electrical waves so that it was possible to produce intense waves with very little damping.
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Ferdinand I Ferdinand I, 1503-64, Holy Roman emperor (1558-64), king of Bohemia (1526-64) and of Hungary (1526-64), younger brother of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. Brought up in Spain, he was expected to succeed his grandfather, Ferdinand II of Aragón, who, instead, made Charles his heir.
Ferdinand II Ferdinand II or Ferdinand the Catholic, 1452-1516, king of Aragón (1479-1516), king of Castile and León (as Ferdinand V, 1474-1504), king of Sicily (1468-1516), and king of Naples (1504-16).
Ferdinand I Ferdinand I, 1345-83, king of Portugal (1367-83), son and successor of Peter I. His ambitions and his private life plunged the realm into disaster, although during his reign agricultural reform was achieved and Portuguese commercial power grew.
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 Karl Ferdinand Braun - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Braun was educated at the University of Marburg and received a Ph.D from the University of Berlin in 1872.
Braun went to the United States at the beginning of WWI to help defend the German wireless station at Sayville against attacks by the British Marconi Corporation.
Naughton, Russell, "Karl Ferdinand Braun, Dr : 1850 - 1918".
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Ferdinand of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (1861-1948), Prince of Bulgaria (1887-1908), King (or Tsar) of the Bulgarians (1908-1918)
Carl Benz, (1844-1929), one of the inventors of the gasoline-powered automobile
Carl Gustav Jakob Jacobi, (1804-1851), mathematician (born in Germany but not german he was jewish thus a hebrew also judaism emphazises that jews are not part of any other nation than israel and the all jews are a nation of people)
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Spitteler, Carl Friedrich Georg Spitteler, Carl Friedrich Georgkärl frē´drĬkh gā´ôrkh shpĬt´eler, 1845-1924, Swiss poet, whose pseudonym was Carl Felix Tandem.
Zeppelin, Ferdinand, Graf von Zeppelin, Ferdinand, Graf vonzĕp´elĬn, Ger.
Weber, Carl Maria Friedrich Ernst von Weber, Carl Maria Friedrich Ernst vonfrē´drĬkh ĕrnst fen vā´ber, 1786-1826, German composer and pianist; pupil of Michael Haydn and Abbé Vogler.
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Braun, Karl Ferdinand Braun, Karl Ferdinandfĕr´dēnäntand180; broun, 1850-1918, German physicist.
Braun taught at the Univ. of Marburg, Strasbourg Univ., Karlsruhe's Technische Hochschule, and the Univ. of Tübingen before being named director of Physics institute at Strasbourg in 1895.
Berry, Charles Ferdinand, duc de Berry, Charles Ferdinand, duc deshärl fĕrdēnäN´, dük de bĕrē´, 1778-1820, younger son of Charles, comte d'Artois (later Charles X of France).
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 Karl Ferdinand Braun
Karl Ferdinand Braun (June 6, 1850 - April 20, 1918) was a German physicist.
In 1897 he built the first cathode-ray tube oscilloscope, the CRT is still called the "Braun tube" at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany.
Braun was detained while in America because of his German citizenship when the U.S. entered WWI in 1917.
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 Ferdinand Braun - Biography
Braun was made Professor of Physics at the Technische Hochschule in Karlsruhe in 1883 and was finally invited by the University of Tübingen in 1885; one of his tasks there was to build a new Physics Institute.
Braun's first investigations were concerned with oscillations of strings and elastic rods, especially with regard to the influence of the amplitude and environment of rods on their oscillations.
Braun's papers on wireless telegraphy were published in 1901 in the form of a brochure under the title Drahtlose Telegraphie durch Wasser und Luff (Wireless telegraphy through water and air).
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Braun also discovered crystal rectifiers (used in early radios), and invented the oscilloscope 1895.
Braun was born in Fulda, Hesse, and educated at Marburg and Berlin.
Braun's oscilloscope was an adaptation of the cathode-ray tube.
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Carl Zeiss laid the foundation of camera lens technology in the 19th century.
Another physicist, Carl Ferdinand Braun invented the tuned circuit in 1898, which was able to generate electromagnetic waves, thus making radio reception possible.
Ferdinand Braun was also one of the early pioneers of television.
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 Physicist / Astronomer B
Braun was born June 6, 1850 in Fulda, Hesse-Kassel, Germany and died.
Cathode-ray tubes had previously been characterized by uncontrolled rays; Braun succeeded in producing a narrow stream of electrons, guided by means of alternating voltage, that could trace patterns on a fluorescent screen.
Braun's use of loose coupling between the oscillator and antenna circuits of a conventional wireless transmitter dramatically increased the range of aerial (i.e., through air) transmissions.
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 Botany online: MIRROR SITE: Chronology - Historical Developments - Biological Sciences
Carl Theodor Ernst von Siebold characterized Protozoa as "animals whose organization is reducible to one cell." Later, he discovered parthenogenesis in the honeybee.
Carl Friedrich Wilhelm Ludwig and Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm Pflüger studied the processes of gas exchange in the blood and showed that oxidation occurs in the tissues rather than in the blood.
Carl Ferdinand Cori and Gerty Theresa Cori demonstrated the reversible action of glycogen phosphorylase.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Braun Karl Ferdinand
Braun, Karl Ferdinand (1850-1918), German physicist, inventor, and Nobel Prize winner.
Braun is best known for his invention of the first...
Lassalle, Ferdinand (1825-64), German socialist, whose views formed the basis of the political philosophy known as state socialism.
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German physicist Ferdinand Braun's main contribution to solid state physics Karl Ferdinand Braun was born on June 6, 1850 in the German city of Fulda.
The Swiss linguist Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913) is widely considered to be the founder of modern linguistics in its attempts to describe the structure
Ferdinand Foch, the son of a civil servant, was born in Tarbes in 1851.
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 Carl Ferdinand Wilhelm Walther --  Encyclopædia Britannica
After World War I, Bothe was a professor at the University of Berlin from 1920 to 1931, a professor at Giessen University from 1931 to 1934, and researcher and administrator at the Max Planck Institute from 1934 to...
One of Sweden's greatest sculptors, Carl Milles greatly influenced the course of German expressionist and U.S. sculpture during the first half of the 20th century.
Carl Linnaeus brought order to the study of biology when he created the classification system still in use today.
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 Ferdinand Braun --  Encyclopædia Britannica
in full Karl Ferdinand Braun German physicist who shared the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1909 with Guglielmo Marconi for the development of wireless telegraphy.
Braun received his doctorate from the University of Berlin in 1872.
She served as a Democratic senator from Illinois from 1993 to 1999, after which she was appointed ambassador to New Zealand, where she represented the United States for two years, from 1999 to 2001.
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 Ferdinand Tonnies --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - Your gateway to all Britannica has to offer!
In practice, he argued, all societies show elements of both kinds of organization, because human conduct is neither wholly instinctive nor wholly reasoned.
A leading German political poet of the 19th century, Ferdinand Freiligrath gave poetic expression to radical sentiments.
One of the chief 19th-century theorists of socialism and a founder of the German labor movement was Ferdinand Lassalle.
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 2003 New York Fair Catalogue
Cori, Carl Ferdinand (1896–1984) and Gerty Theresa (1896–1957), Nobel Prize winners in Medicine 1947.
The letters, frequently written by both, span the years from their first activity as physicians in Vienna in the early 1920s to the time after their winning the Nobel Prize, which Gerty Theresa Cori was the third woman to receive in a field of natural science (after Marie Curie and Irène Joliot-Curie).
Carl Witzmann was one of the most outstanding architects and craftsmen of his time, rivalled only by such men as his teacher Josef Hoffmann or Oskar Strnad.
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 Ferdinand Foch --  Britannica Concise Encyclopedia - Your gateway to all Britannica has to offer!   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Considered the leader most responsible for the Allied victory, he was showered with honours after the war and was buried near Napoleon in the Invalides.
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French army officer who in World War I served as chief of staff under Gen. (later Marshal) Ferdinand Foch and who in World War II, as commander in chief of the Allied armies in France, advised the French government to capitulate (June 12, 1940).
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Johann Andreas Carl Kaestner was born about 1805 and his wife, Dorothea, was born about 1811.
In addition to Ferdinand below, Carl and Dorothea had at least three other children: Wilhelmine "Caroline" (born 12/3/1838), married Gottlieb Seboldt; Carl Kaestner (born about 1844); and Therese Kaestner (born 1/7/1849).
Ferdinand Kaestner (8/15/1833 - 4/9/1909) married Louise Nolting 1/21/1858
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 This one is,in deed,a N o b e l work;I feel I have received one.What a lunatic I am?
1909 The prize was awarded jointly to: GUGLIELMO MARCONI and CARL FERDINAND BRAUN in recognition of their contributions to the development of wireless telegraphy.
1954 LINUS CARL PAULING for his research into the nature of the chemical bond and its application to the elucidation of the structure of complex substances.
1931 The prize was awarded jointly to: CARL BOSCH and FRIEDRICH BERGIUS in recognition of their contributions to the invention and development of chemical high pressure methods.
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 Ferdinand III --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
also called Saint Ferdinand, Spanish San Fernando king of Castile from 1217 to 1252 and of Leon from 1230 to 1252 and conqueror of the Muslim cities of Córdoba (1236), Jaén (1246), and Sevilla (1248).
Ferdinand was the son of Alfonso IX of Leon and Berenguela, daughter of Alfonso VIII of Castile.
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 Search Results for Braun - Encyclopædia Britannica
Braun, Victor Britannica Book of the Year 2002
Robert Goddard and Wernher von Braun were two of the engineers who helped develop rockets.
Provides numerous links to photos and videos of weapons systems, information on all aspects of the Redstone Arsenal program, historical accounts of individual missile systems and the beginning of the space program, articles by military historians, and chronologies detailing the command’s history.
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 Braun Family Genealogy Forum
Alexandra Braun, nee von Jablonsky in Riga, Latvia - 1893.
Re: Mary Urban Braun and Darren or Daniel Braun - Peg 11/14/03
Re: Mary Urban Braun and Darren or Daniel Braun - Ronica Braun-Guidry 11/14/03
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 Physicists on Stamps
Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855), FRG, 1955, 99 kB
Carl Friedrich Gauss (1777-1855), GDR, 1977, 56 kB
Carl Ferdinand Braun (1850-1918), Republique Gabonaise, 1995, 26 kB
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Braun Oral-B Professional Care 5000 Rechargeable Power Toothbrush
The Remington MS5700 Definition shaver features titanium-coated blades and foils for a close, comfortable shave time after time; and with the pop-up mini foil that means even the tightest spots get an ultra-close shave.
Braun Oral-B Professional Care 7500 DLX rechargeable toothbrush
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 Chemist's Biographies
Born in Frankfurt-on-the-Main, he studied chemistry at Frankfurt University, and after taking his doctorate, he was an assistant to von Braun.
He studied chemistry briefly at Leipzig and Heidelberg, before coming under the influence of Carl Liebermann (1842-1914) at the polytechnic (Gewerbe Akademie) in Berlin.
Born in the Swiss village of Cham am Zuger See in the Aarau, and studied chemistry under Carl Graebe (1841-1927) at the University of Geneva.
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 Riding on the Radio Waves - Part II Dream 2047 November issue   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
As early as 1839, the German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss speculated that an electrically conducting region of the atmosphere could account for observed variations of the Earth's magnetic field.
The notion of a conducting region was reinvoked by others notably in 1902 by the American engineer Arthur E. Kennelly (1861 - 1939) and the British physicist Oliver Heaviside (1850 - 1925) to explain the transmission of radio signals around the curve of the Earth's surface, before definitive evidence was obtained in 1925.
It is the faster communication through radio that has saved innumerable lives after a disaster strikes - be it the devastating earthquake in Gujarat or supercyclone in Orissa.
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1887 Carl Ferdinand Pohl, composer, dies at 67
1865 Carl Nielsen, Norre-Lyndelse Denmark, composer, Det Uuslukkelige
1845 Carl Spitteler, born in Switzerland, poet, Prometheus and Epimetheus; Nobel 1919
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[04]...1932; CARL ANDERSON (1905-1991), a United States physicist who discovers antimatter in the form of an anti-electron (often called the 'positron').
CARL DAVID ANDERSON, for his discovery of the electron's anti-particle called the ‘positron'.
ERIC A. and CARL E. for the achievement of Bose-Einstein condensation in dilute gases of alkali atoms, and for early fundamental studies of the properties of the condensates.
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