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They had tons of things like a radio and when it was close to the 1900s there was a TV.


Early 1900s. The exact occasion is unlikely to have been recorded.


The radio was the devalopment of the telegraph in the 1900s


In the mid 1800s the first radio came out called the Rodio.


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No. The first experimental "signal" hadn't yet been detected across a Physics laboratory at that time. Marconi demonstrated the first practical radio signaling system in 1895. Amateur ('ham') radio hobyists and experimenters were active in the 1900s. By the time of the Titanic's maiden voyage in 1912, ships carried radio and were in touch with other ships and with land-based terminals. The first broadcasts intended for listeners in their homes took place in the early 1920s.


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The Telegraph Required Wires The Radio Did Not


Early radio gave people the news, entertainment, and information. Many of the radio shows became the first TV shows. You can get CD's of the first radio programming if you want to hear them. They are pretty good.


He was radio announcer first and then became a movie actor.


Morse code was used in the 1800s. It wasn't until the late 1800s that Morse code began to be used through radio communication.


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Tesla had theories on the possibliity of radio transmission as early as 1893. Marconi started his experiments with radio around 1895.


Pretty good size. I had an early one and it was about the size of a small box.


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Early radios work by intinas .


The difference is the telegraph required wires; the radio did not. But other then that, they were mostly the same.


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Tesla demonstrated "the transmission of electrical energy without wires" as early as 1891. When Tesla was 41 years old, he filed the first basic radio patent (No. US645576). The year was 1897.



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