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Informative set pkh,...Thanks
getting faster day by day sweetie
Tis quite amazing to think of our communication capabilities 100 years later. Where will society be in another 10o years?
Thanks pumpkin, we have come a long way since 1903 and 'Morse Code' days. There achievements back then to them would have been monumental.
Very interesting! Thanks pumpkin.
In 1901, Marconi built a station near South Wellfleet, Massachusetts that on 18 January 1903 sent a message of greetings from Theodore Roosevelt, the President of the United States, to King Edward VII of the United Kingdom, marking the first transatlantic radio transmission originating in the United States. This station also was one of the first to receive the distress signals coming from the RMS Titanic. However, consistent transatlantic signalling was difficult to establish.