1899 __ First international wireless transmission
‣ Comment : Guglielmo Marconi steadily increased the range of his wireless system. In the spring of 1899 a first link was set up to cross the English Channel between an existing station at South Foreland in England and a station set up at Wimereux near Bologne in France. This was the first international wireless transmission. Another demonstration was organised later in the year and it was found that the signals from Wimereux could be heard back at Marconi's factory in Chelmsford over 130 kilometres away. (Ian Poole)
‣ Source : Abbott, Lynn & Seroff, Doug (2003), "Out of Sight : the rise of African American popular music, 1889-1895", Univ. Press of Mississippi, p. 351.
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