[D8639U], Letter from C H Rudd to Thomas Alva Edison, June 21st, 1886

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Title

[D8639U], Letter from C H Rudd to Thomas Alva Edison, June 21st, 1886

Editor's Notes

[LETTERHEAD: National Hotel] We're through at Minneapolis; supts "went away well pleased;" I'm encouraged to resume work on other Division; already experimented with loose diaphragm--Dingle started at Wadsworth; think it requires much greater tone margin from train; "static capacity in forty miles of wire is nothing when compared with distance between wires & roofs"; good reception with wires that "come down right over the front windows in the station"; not ready to make final report on condenser results, but will soon; nothing important to report about new receivers; will continue work with them on Chicago & Milwaukee Div.; have got all the potential we can use with ordinary insulation; "What we want is quantity."

Author

Mentioned

Date

1886-06-21

Decade

1880-1889

Type

Folder/Volume ID

D8639-F

Microfilm ID

79:1163

Document ID

D8639U

Publisher

Thomas A. Edison Papers, School of Arts and Sciences, Rutgers University
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