Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla was a Serbian-American inventor, engineer, and scientist, known for his important contributions to electronics and electricity. He was born in 1856 in Smiljan, present-day Croatia, and began studying engineering in Prague before moving to the United States in 1884.

In the United States, Tesla worked for the famous inventor and entrepreneur Thomas Edison and later established his own laboratory. He was one of the first to demonstrate the feasibility of alternating current, developing a series of electrical inventions and systems that have had a major impact on modern technology. Among his best-known inventions are the alternating current motor, Tesla's transformer, and the long-distance electric power transmission system.

Tesla was also an advocate of free energy and worked on developing wireless power transmission systems. Although some of his ideas were not commercially successful, his revolutionary work in the field of electricity and electronics made him an important figure in the history of technology and science. He died old and lonely in New York in 1943.

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