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Guglielmo Marconi shared the 1909 Physics Prize for his "contributions to the development of wireless telegraphy". In the late 1800s Marconi was able to use recently discovered radio waves to transmit signals across the English Channel, from Britain to France. #WorldRadioDay 

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On December 12, 1901, Italian engineer and inventor Guglielmo Marconi sent the first #radio  signals across the Atlantic Ocean. The signal was sent from Poldhu, Cornwall, and was received as the Morse code letter for “S” 2,100 miles away in Newfoundland, Canada. #TBT 

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Happy National Radio Day! We salute Heinrich Hertz, Guglielmo Marconi, and Nikola Tesla for bringing this magical form of communication and entertainment to the world. Make sure you listen to a favorite station today. Here is a famous photo of the great inventor Tesla at work:

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The Italian-born inventor of the radio Guglielmo Marconi had an Irish mother from one very famous Irish family. #NationalRadioDay 

Guglielmo Marconi broadcast the first transatlantic radio signal, 119 years ago in 1901. #FCC101  #NationalRadioDay 

Jun 15, 1920 - Operatic soprano Nellie Melba became history's first well-known broadcaster when she sang two arias from a studio at Guglielmo Marconi's factory in Chelmsford, Essex in England. The performance was sponsored by The Daily Mail newspaper #100yearsago 

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Happy birthday Guglielmo Marconi! In celebration of this day, we bring you a brief history of radio and wireless technology from Marconi’s early demonstrations in the 1890s to the beginning of regular public broadcasting in the 1920s. #Marconi 

We know Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi best for... wireless? As it turns out, the word “radio” that we now use to describe his work didn’t appear until more than a decade later, and has a NISTy origin. #MarconiDay 

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On 27 March 1899, Marconi Guglielmo transmitted a long-distance wireless telegraph across the English Channel from Wimereux near Boulogne, France FR to South Foreland Lighthouse near Dover, England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿. In 1899, wireless telegraphy was adopted by British Royal and Merchant Navies.

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The invention of the radio is generally attributed to Guglielmo Marconi—but in reality, it was a process that involved multiple people and several decades. Today is @UNESCO 's #WorldRadioDay .

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Guglielmo Marconi shared the 1909 Physics Prize for his "contributions to the development of wireless telegraphy". In the late 1800s Marconi was able to use recently discovered radio waves to transmit signals across the English Channel, from Britain to France. #WorldRadioDay 

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On 27 March 1899, radio pioneer Guglielmo Marconi transmitted signals across the English Channel, from Britain to France. He shared the 1909 #NobelPrize  in Physics with Karl Ferdinand Braun, who modified Marconi’s transmitters to increase their range.

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Guglielmo Marconi - the father of wireless communication and recipient of the 1909 #NobelPrize  in Physics - died #OTD  in 1937. In the late 1800s Marconi was able to use recently discovered radio waves to transmit signals across the English Channel, from Britain to France.

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Guglielmo Marconi was the father of wireless communication and recipient of the 1909 #NobelPrize  in Physics. In the late 1800s Marconi was able to use recently discovered radio waves to transmit signals across the English Channel, from Britain to France. #WorldRadioDay 

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Guglielmo Marconi - the father of wireless communication and recipient of the 1909 #NobelPrize  in Physics - died #OTD  in 1937. In the late 1800s Marconi was able to use recently discovered radio waves to transmit signals across the English Channel, from Britain to France.

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The Italian electrical engineer, Guglielmo Marconi, applied for a patent for his newest invention, the radio #onthisday  in 1896

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While Guglielmo Marconi received the 1909 Nobel Prize for the development of wireless telegraphy, the first ever public demonstration of radio waves was actually made by which of these Indian geniuses? #WhatTheFact 

Like Marie Curie, Nikola Tesla and Guglielmo Marconi before them, researchers who up sticks produce better results

Sending happy birthday waves to Guglielmo Marconi, Nobel Prize-winning inventor and engineer known for his trailblazing work in radio.

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