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The History of Radio
The discovery of radio in 1892 sparked amazing technological advancements, fundamentally guiding the development of how we communicate with each other and entertain ourselves. Use the infographic below to trace the evolution of radio from the very first frequencies observed by Tesla to the social radio phenomenon Turntable.FM.
17 Responses to “The History of Radio”
Great – Is there a higher resolution image available. I would like to use in one of my classes.
Hi Larry — Love that idea! This is the highest res we have currently: http://blog.sonos.com/cms/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/History-Of-Radio_FINAL.jpg Will that work?
Can I get a print of this? I think it would look good on my wall in my office
i believe telstar communicated in the microwave, not the radio spectrum.
Would the author object to me printing this for my father? He’s a life-long radio lover.
We should take note that prior to 1890, in 1879
David E Hughes discover spark-gap radio transmitter and receiver. He
transmitted morse code with it within 500 yard (460m) range.
this is a brilliant image, i just love it. My dad will appreciate it, he’s been working in radio his entire life
Glad you like it!
This is fantastic! Is it ok to print off for students.
You guys entirely missed the step that made radio practical. Edwin Armstrong took Deforest’s discovery (using the term loosely) and put it to use as an amplifier in the superhetorodyne receiver. DeForest was charlatan.. Armstrong was the genius that made modern radio and TV possible.
thanks for everything i got all the info i needed i love this site i have a project at school i go to murray middle school thanks for the info
we need to do infographs about radio and i’ve been struggling until i stumbled on to this and it helped me big time. but i cannot pass this to my prof. can i please replicate this? but proper citation will be done thanks
The music streaming in radios in these days have been increased the radio is a medium for airing a best new music