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The Early Development of Radio in Canada, 1901-1930 by: Robert P. Murray, Editor
The Early Development of Radio in Canada, 1901-1930 by: Robert P. Murray, Editor
 
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The Early Development of Radio in Canada, 1901-1930 by: Robert P. Murray, Editor
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Author: Robert P. Murray, Editor
Binding: Soft Cover
Copyright: 2005
Pages: 154
Size: 8.5 x 11 in.

Product Code: GGB-2005-188660620X-WH3

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The early 1900s witnessed a technological revolution in industrial countries that brought radio into the homes of millions of people, forever changing their lifestyles. The Early Development of Radio in Canada, 1901-1930 captures the excitement of radio's early years in Canada. It highlights the unique contributions of Canada's radio pioneers, and the start-up stories of the companies that made broadcast radio reception a daily reality. It features the contributions of inventors such as Reginald Fessenden, Guglielmo Marconi, Ted Rogers, and W.W. Grant. It describes how the Canadian Marconi Company, the Northern Electric Company, the Canadian Independent Telephone Co, the Radio Corporation of America, Canadian General Electric, Canadian Westinghouse and others jostled for technological and legal advantage in the new market.

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