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Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937) was an Italian electrical engineer. He developed the 'wireless telegraph', the forerunner of the radio. Marconi carried out his first experiments in Italy in 1895, sending radio waves across a room and making a bell ring. The following year arrived in England. He had left Italy having failed to gain financial support for his development of radio. By 1897 wireless telegraphy had a range of 12 miles (19 km), and in 1901, Marconi sent the first transatlantic radio signal from Poldhu in Cornwall to St John's in Newfoundland. GEC-Marconi Electronics Ltd was founded by Marconi in 1897 as the Wireless Telegraph and Signal Company. He shared the Nobel prize for physics in 1909.
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