Top 10 Innovative Electronic Inventors

There is no question that electricity is used all through our lives and we can’t imagine a time without it. What you might not know is that people worked tirelessly for what we are currently enjoying. We are going to explore the top innovative electronic inventors, which have helped revolutionize. The electronic inventors also helped in the build and expand our economy, creating countless new industries.

Nikola Tesla
Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor who is known for his contribution to the electricity supply system design and the alternating current (AC). Tesla studied physics and engineering and acquired practical experience working at Continential Edison. His work on the induction motor, alternating current, and polyphase AC earned him a lot of money in 1888.

Guglielmo Giovanni Maria Marconi
Marconi was an Italian electrical engineer and inventor. He is known for his work in long-distance transmission. He also developed a radio telegraph system and the Marconi’s law. Giovanni is also credited as the father and inventor of the radio. In 1897, he founded the Wireless Telegraph and Signal Company in the United Kingdom.

Steve Jobs
An American media proprietor, business magnate, and industrial designer. He was also the Chief Executive Officer, co-founder, and chairman of Apple Inc. He is credited for growing Apple to where it is now.

Heinrich Rudolf Hertz
Hertz was a Germany physicist who proved the existence of electromagnetic waves. James Clerk Maxwell had predicted the electromagnetic wave. His contribution in this field led to the unit of frequency being named in his honor. Hertz was also a Professor and Director of Physics at the Institute of Bonn.

James Clerk Maxwell
James Clerk Maxwell was a Scottish scientist who specializes in mathematical physics. He is well known for the formulation of the classical theory of electromagnetic radiation. It brought together magnetism, electricity, and light as manifestations of the same phenomenon.

Thomas Edison
Thomas Edison was an American businessman and inventor and has been often described as the greatest inventor in America. He is known for the development of devices in fields such as mass communication, electric power generation, motion pictures, and sound recording. He is credited for inventing the electric light bulb.

Graham Bell
Bell was an American engineer, and inventor. He is well known for inventing the telephone. Bell is also recognized for innovations in the fields of optical communication, and aeronautics.

Reginald Aubrey Fessenden
Fessenden was a Canadian inventor who did most of his work in the United States. During his time, he received many patents relating to sonar and radio. He is known for his work in radio technology, including amplitude modulation (AM) radio. In 1900, he managed to transmit the first speech by radio.

William Dubilier
Dubilier was an American inventor in electronics and the radio. In 1909 he demonstrated the first radio communication. William was the first person to use natural mica as a dielectric in a capacitor.

Philo Taylor Farnsworth
Philo Taylor was an American inventor who pioneered the television. He contributed to the development of all-electronic television. In 1927, Philo invented the first video camera tube.

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