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Communications and Content: Radio Technologies in the U.S. Infrastructure, 1865-1976

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Amy Friedlander, Communications and Content: Radio Technologies in the U.S. Infrastructure, 1865-1976 (2005) (Abstract).

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This publication explores the origins of radio communications and early experiments that led to the development of wireless technology. From the early theories and discoveries of Maxwell and Hertz to the experiments and entrepreneurial efforts of Marconi to the modern day unveiling of radio and television, this study explores the lineage of this marvel of the twentieth century from its theoretical and experimental roots in the latter half of the eighteenth century to the application of the technology in business.

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