What Year Was the First Radio Invented?

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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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