In the 19th century, inventor Ammann installed an atmospheric wireless generator on a car. <br> <br>Ammann said: "I broke all the training rules. The generator, created on the basis of a cordless tele..
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Ammann said: "I broke all the training rules. The generator, created on the basis of a cordless telephone, is distinguished by the fact that it extracts electricity from the air. The car is just a test. This generator is designed to light buildings, will replace steam turbines and will be able to start any engines." N. Davis, owner of the Davis Electric Garage, studied the generator and declared that it could cause a revolution.
A week after publication, Ammann planned to apply for a patent in Washington, but registration never materialized.