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Nathan Stubblefield's First Wireless Telephone
Nathan Stubblefield

Origin

Nathan Stubblefield

Year of Creation

Pre-1908

Type

Antique wireless telephone model

Function

Can access any telephone frequency, no matter where it is.

Location

Scientia-732T

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Retrieval

February 26th, 1905

Usage Period

1910s - 20s

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OriginEdit

Nathan Stubblefield is credited with the creation of the first wireless telephone. Unlike its predecessors, it was battery powered, and could be transported. His first models used conduction, while later models used his patented process of magnetic conduction. He would try to market his product, but was unsuccessful. He would later go into seclusion, and die of heart failure.

EffectsEdit

Using the hoop to pinpoint the intended target, the phone can pick up on any telephone frequency. However, it has become harder and harder to use since personal telephones have become so popular. It is next to useless with a focusing agent to pick the correct frequency.

CollectionEdit

Unbeknownst to the public, Stubblefield was picked up as an agent of the Warehouse. He was one of scientific experts in the Warehouse, helping to improve the technological aspects of storage and containment of artifacts. He was one of the minds that helped create the neutralizing pipe connection that keeps the artifacts mostly stable.

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