Heinrich Rudolf Hertz

February 24, 2012 | 18:11

Heinrich Rudolf Hertz was a German physicist who discovered the transmission of electrical energy from the second point (point) cordless (wireless). Heinrich Rudolf Hertz's discovery of the most recent is the electric charge jump.

Heinrich Rudolf Hertz was born in Hamburg on February 22, 1857, and died in Bonn, Germany, on January 1, 1894.

Heinrich Rudolf Hertz demanding education on the Institution University of Kiel, University of Karlsruhe, University of Bonn. Alma mater at the University of Munich, University of Berlin. He was a doctoral supervisor of Hermann von Helmholtz. He was also known for his discovery of electromagnetic radiation and the photoelectric effect.

Heinrich Rudolf Hertz regarded as the most instrumental figures in the field of electromagnetism, a branch of physics that studies on electromagnetic fields of electric and magnetic fields.

His contribution in the field of electromagnetism, his name immortalized as the unit of frequency Hertz (Hz) as we know it today. (id.wikipedia)
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