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English: Nikola Tesla demonstrating wireless transmission of power and high frequency energy in Columbia College, New York, in 1891. After continued research, Tesla presented the fundamentals of radio in 1893.
Interlingua: Tesla demonstrante transmissiones sin filos durante su lection super alte frequentias e potential de 1891. Post ulterior recercas, Tesla presentava le fundamentos del radio in 1893.
Esperanto: Nikola Tesla montras siajn eksperimentojn en Columbia College, Novjorko, en 1891. Post daŭraj esploroj li montris fundamentojn de radio en 1893.
Italiano: Una dimostrazione di Tesla.
ಕನ್ನಡ: ನಿಕೊಲಾ ಟೆಸ್ಲಾ ೧೮೯೧ರಲ್ಲಿ ತಮ್ಮ ರೇಡಿಯೊ ತಂತ್ರಜ್ಞಾನ ಪ್ರದರ್ಶಿಸುತ್ತಿರುವುದು.
Norsk nynorsk: Nikola Tesla demonstrer trådlaus bølgjeoverføring i 1891.
Русский: Никола Тесла демонстрирует передачу высокочастотной энергии на лекции в Колумбийском колледже Нью-Йорка, 1891 г.
Basa Sunda: Tesla keur mintonkeun pangiriman informasi nirkabel dina kuliah ngeunaan frékuénsi luhur dina taun 1891. Saenggeus ngalakukeun risét anu sinambung, Tesla ngajelaskeun dasar-dasar ngeunaan radio dina taun 1893.
Date 1891
Source Electrical World, May 20, 1891. Transferred from en.wikipedia
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