Do you listen to the radio? Learn the history of radio.
He has worked in inexperienced circumstances and partly in a secret from his dad. In November 1895, he reached a first winning – he established a radio contact with radio recipient which was located 1 kilometer from him. However, he has not seen any interest in his technology in Italy, so he went to England in Feb 1896. There he went to the head technician of the British Post Office.
On the 27th of July in 1896, the transmission specialized equipment was installed on the top of the Key Post Office in London. The Morse’s printer radio was located on the top of a building put a mile from the post office. Guglielmo controlled a telegraph key, and audiences at the printer could read the words. That event is recognized as to be the 1st public experiment of the radio. Afterwards, in 1899 there was an attempt to transfer the transmission throughout the British Channel and in 1901 passed a message across the Atlantic Ocean from Canada to England. The first message that was transmitted across the Atlantic was the letter “S” of the Morse signal.