Hertzian wave

  1. a former name for a radio wave; an electromagnetic wave of radio frequency generated by oscillations in an electric circuit
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  • Edouard Branly's invention of the 'coherer', an instrument designed to receive Hertzian waves, was communicated to the British Association at Edinburgh in 1893. The War in the Air; Vol. 1 The Part played in the Great War by the Royal Air Force
  • The term electric radiation was first employed by Hertz to designate waves emitted by a Leyden jar or oscillator system of an induction coil, but since that time these radiations have been known as Hertzian waves. Marvels of Modern Science
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