The History of Electric Wires and Cables
Early telegraph cables. Submarine telegraph cables. Grosvenor gallery and Deptford. Electric lighting cables. Paper insulated cables. Three-phase cables. Thury continuous current systems. Protective systems and limitations of solid type cables. Oil-filled cables. Gas pressure cables. House wiring cables. Special purpose cables. Submarine power cables. Telephone cables. Submarine telephone cables. Enamelled wires. Colliery cables. Ship wiring cables. Aircraft wiring cables. Recent developments.
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