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Nikola Tesla: EDN and Planet Analog’s best articles

Nikola Tesla was an extraordinary, but very eccentric inventor. His rivalries with Thomas Edison are famous. He died more than 75 years ago, but his discoveries and ideas have helped shape modern electricity, including Wireless Power.

Nikola Tesla (Image courtesy of the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, Serbia)

Nikola Tesla (Image courtesy of the Nikola Tesla Museum in Belgrade, Serbia)

Check out some of my most interesting articles about this man who was an enigma. I actually lived on Long Island, NY just a few miles from his Wardenclyffe laboratory on the Long Island North Shore.

Six tech discoveries by Nikola Tesla that few people know about

Slideshow of Tesla news clips from the 19th century

Wardenclyffe Progress: Tesla Lab Was Purchased, Now It’s Time for a Museum

The Tesla coil: A Frankenstein folly or a brilliant Nikola Tesla creation?

Tesla—Connecting the dots

Nikola Tesla slideshow: Images and articles from Tesla’s writings

Nikola Tesla and Wireless Power future

2 comments on “Nikola Tesla: EDN and Planet Analog’s best articles

  1. DaveR1234
    February 20, 2019

    Thanks for sharing.  The next generation of engineers need to be reminded who Tesla was.  Maybe you can spearhead a drive for EEs who read EDN to contribute to the restoration of teh Tesla Museum.

  2. Steve Taranovich
    February 20, 2019

    @DaveR1234—I think the one in Belgrade should be supported, but I am more interested in getting Wardenclyffe restored on Long Island. That had his large tower.

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