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Fair Lawn (NJ) Amateur Radio Club’s July Video “Kawfee Tawk” Program Highlights Nikola Tesla’s Early

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    The Fair Lawn (NJ) Amateur Radio Club’s July monthly video “Kawfee Tawk” program will take a unique look at a young Nikola Tesla and the early stages of his technical development.

    The topic “Nikola Tesla – A Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) Perspective” will be presented by Charles M. Cebula, P.E., Adjunct Associate Professor, Ocean County College, Toms River, NJ. Charles is a FLARC club member and holds the call AC2ZU.

    This video program will be held on Friday, July 17th beginning at 7:30 PM EDT (2330 UTC).

    This presentation will provide you with information on Tesla’s early life and how it helped to nurture his ability to become a great inventor and visionary in the technological advances that we enjoy today. The presentation will focus on four specific STEM type related accomplishments, to include: Tesla’s support to Thomas Edison with some improvements on his DC Generator (despite his desire to convince Edison to switch to AC Power Distribution), his development of the AC Induction Motor making his desire to promote AC Power Distribution as the world standard as practical reality, his development of the Tesla Coil, which formed the basis for future development of radio and wireless transmission and his amazing discoveries of the significance of the numbers 3,6,9 and how it relates to patterns with some physical world and live significance.

    The program will last about an hour and will include an opportunity for questions and comments.

    The link to the presentation can be found here:

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    Meeting ID: 897 8231 5268 Password: Tesla547

    Now retired, Cebula worked at Ft. Monmouth, NJ for the US Army as an Electronics Engineer (Civilian) involved with Army Command, Control and Communications Systems (1972-2009). He later worked as an Electrical Engineer for Computer Science Corporation and was also an Adjunct Instructor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Dept at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) from 1982-2009 teaching courses in both Electrical Engineering and Electrical Engineering Technology.

    So, join FLARC on July 17th and learn more about one of the scientific giants of our age. If you have any questions, please contact Ed Efchak at 802-282-6700 or at For more information, please visit the club's website at or call 201-791-3841.


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