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FESSENDEN AND MARCONI: THEIR DIFFERING TECHNOLOGIES AND TRANSATLANTIC EXPERIMENTS DURING THE FIRST D-100 Years of Radio, 1995., International Conference on

@inproceedings{Belrose2009FESSENDENAM,
  title={FESSENDEN AND MARCONI: THEIR DIFFERING TECHNOLOGIES AND TRANSATLANTIC EXPERIMENTS DURING THE FIRST D-100 Years of Radio, 1995., International Conference on},
  author={J. Belrose},
  year={2009}
}
M a n y s c i e n t i s t s a n d e n g i n e e r s h a v e con t r ibu ted t o the e a r l y deve lopment o f electromagnetic theory, the invention of wireless s ignal ing by radio, and the development of antennas needed to transmit and receive the signals. These include, Henry, Edison, Thomson, T e s l a , D o l b e a r , S t o n e S t o n e , F e s s e n d e n , Alexanderson, de Forest and Armstrong in the United States; IIcrtz, Braun and Slaby in Germany; Faraday, Maxwell, Heaviside… Expand

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