A Brief History of Everything Wireless

How Invisible Waves Have Changed the World



Take a look at my collection of video and audio links related the the history of wireless technology, from the infamous "War of the Worlds" radio theater play by Orson Welles to the RCA self-promotion by David Sarnoff, completely ignoring the pioneering work done by Philo T. Farnsworth.



Here you can find other interesting links to various details from the wireless history, including the links and events mentioned in the book.

Further information about the book can be found here, and a sample from the book is in this blog entry.



The further back in history you go, the fuzzier the details become. Also, opinions are formed based on personal experiences and inclinations, so there will never be a full consensus over every possible detail.

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