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Pupin

[pyoo-peen, poo-peen] /pyuˈpin, ˈpu pin/
noun
1.
Michael Idvorsky
[id-vawr-skee] /ɪdˈvɔr ski/ (Show IPA),
1858–1935, U.S. inventor, physicist, and author, born in Hungary.
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  • These are discussed by Professor Pupin in the paper here mentioned.

    Inventors at Work George Iles
  • With the success of the Pupin coil, there came a larger life for the telephone.

    The History of the Telephone Herbert N. Casson
  • Fig. 35 shows the general relation of Pupin loading coils to the capacity of the line.

  • It was in ascertaining that law so as to know where to place his inductance coils that Professor Pupin arrived at success.

    Inventors at Work George Iles
  • Analogy in many a path such as that of Professor Pupin has served as a guide to the discoverer and inventor.

    Inventors at Work George Iles
  • His researches resulted in the famous "Pupin coil" by the expedient now known as "loading."

    The Age of Big Business Burton J. Hendrick
  • What Professor Pupin has apparently done is to free the wire from those miscellaneous disturbances known as "induction."

    The Age of Big Business Burton J. Hendrick
  • A notable recent example is Professor Pupin's loaded telephone line.

    The Art of Inventing Edwin J. Prindle
  • Hearing of this case, Professor Pupin induced the gentleman to allow him to attempt a photograph of the hand.

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