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NOAA Photo Library Image - theb1212

Reginald Fessenden, inventor of a transducer that converted electrical energy to sound energy while transmitting and sound energy to electrical energy while receiving, at work in his laboratory. Fessenden was a major developer of ocean acoustic instruments following the sinking of the TITANIC, during WWI, and following the war years.

Image ID: theb1212, NOAA's People Collection
Photo Date: 1915 ca.


Category: Personnel/Single Portrait/

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