What Year Was the First Radio Invented?


The first radio was invented in 1879, with the contributions of such personalities as James Clerk Maxwell, Heinrich Hertz, Gugliemo Marconi, Augusto Righi and Temistocle Calzecchi-Onesti. The first radio station began operation in the 1920's, which was soon followed by the development of others both in Europe and North America.
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