The Continuous Wave: Technology and American Radio, 1900-1932 (Paperback)Hugh G.J. Aitken (author)
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Hugh Aitken describes a critical period in the history of radio, when continuous wave technology first made reliable long-distance wireless communication possible and opened up opportunities for broadcasting voice and music.
Originally published in 1985.
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Publisher: Princeton University Press
Number of pages: 607
Weight: 765 g