Telephony Without Wires

System which Utilizes the Terrestrial Currents.

Boston Herald

In a little workshop in Philadelphia, a young inventor has devised and is fast perfecting a system of telephony whereby the human voice, as well as the signals of the Morse alphabet, is transmitted through earth and air without the use of wires.

A practical demonstration of wireless telephony was given last Tuesday and a company organized to exploit the system named after Prof. A. Frederick Collins, an electric engineer, formerly of Chicago, but now residing in Philadelphia.

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