While Reginald Fessenden worked for the U.S. Weather Bureau in the early 1900s, he was determined to advance radio principles to the point where a network of coastal radio stations could transmit weather information over long distances. Studiously working for his $3,000 a year, Fessenden invented a principle of...
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