A wave version for generalized Maxwell equations is proposed. The wave created by a moving electron is described on the basis of a torus model proposed earlier in a paper devoted to a Maxwell approach to gravity. This wave is described by torsion oscillations. A corresponding vortex carries mass. Therefore, moving electrons and photons possess qualities as both waves and particles. Conformity of the derived results with experiments underlying quantum mechanics is verified. A fact that staggered the author was found: the electron creates a time-independent standing wave that defines the Coulomb force. In particular, this means that the Coulomb force is a long-range one.