The New-York Tribune has an account on experiments by E. C. Hanson of Los Angeles using an automobile for “wireless telephony,” with the car battery serving as the power source. Apparently the device has a range of at least 35 miles. One hopes that eventually this idea will prove practicable as means for motorists to communicate while on business trips.
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