Definition of Guglielmo marconi
1. Noun. Italian electrical engineer who invented wireless telegraphy and in 1901 transmitted radio signals across the Atlantic Ocean (1874-1937).
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1. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1902)
"The annual dinner of the INSTITUTE was held this evening at the Waldorf-Astoria, the guest of honor being Mr. guglielmo marconi, the distinguished Italian ..."
2. A First Course in Physics by Robert Andrews Millikan, Henry Gordon Gale (1913)
"guglielmo marconi (ITALY) ORVILLE WRIGHT, DAYTON, OHIO Inventor of commercial wireless Inventor, with his brother Wilbur, of telegraphy the aeroplane ..."
3. Flying: Some Practical Experience by Gustav Hamel, Charles Cyril Turner (1914)
"guglielmo marconi IN general it may be said that, for military purposes, the transmission of messages from aeroplanes is more important than the reception ..."
4. Our Wonderful Progress: The World's Triumphant Knowledge and Works : a Vast by Trumbull White (1902)
"guglielmo marconi. THE GENIUS WHO DEVELOPED WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. Marconi was born at Marzabotto, Italy, on April 17, 1875. From his Italian father, ..."
5. Great Inventors and Their Inventions by Frank Puterbaugh Bachman (1918)
"guglielmo marconi On January 23, 1909, the world suddenly discovered that a wonderful, new, and practical invention had come into use. ..."