Basing their decision on Tesla's lectures of 1893, which were widely published in translation, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Tesla as "the father of radio" in 1943, only a few months after Tesla's death. Some have speculated that the court reversed the decision merely to avoid having to pay any royalties to the Marconi Corporation, which was suing the U.S. government for patents used during World War I.
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Born in the tiny Croatian town of Smiljan in 1856, Nikola Tesla was to become one of the greatest scientists of all time. The true inventor of radio, Tesla developed the technology that harnessed... continue reading »
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