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Guglielmo Marconi

Italian scientist known for his pioneering focus on long-distance radio transmission and he distributed the 1909 Nobel Prize in Physics with Karl Braun because of this work. He founded The Cellular Telegraph & Indication Firm in Britain in 1897. He was a poor student as a kid. Marconi’s laws, which is known as after him, may be the relationship between elevation of antennas and optimum signaling length of radio transmissions. He previously one kid and three daughters. Nikola Tesla can be acknowledged by many people as having created radio.

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