Who Invented The First Radio?

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KAMRAN MUQEEM Profile
KAMRAN MUQEEM answered
Well as far as I read:
Lee Deforest invented space telegraphy, the triode amplifier and the Audion. In the early 1900s, the great requirement for further development of radio was an efficient and delicate detector of electromagnetic radiation. Lee De Forest provided that detector. It made it possible to amplify the radio frequency signal picked up by the antenna before application to the receiver detector; thus, much weaker signals could be utilized than had previously been possible. De Forest was also the person who first used the word "radio".

The result of Lee DeForest's work was the invention of amplitude-modulated or AM radio that allowed for a multitude of radio stations. The earlier spark-gap transmitters did not allow for this.

John Nawrocki Profile
John Nawrocki answered
It is generally accepted that the radio was invented by Guglielmo Marconi. He transmitted Morse code across the Atlantic. Others including, Oliver Lodge, Alexander Popov and Nikola Tesla are sometime given credit. Probably because they might have sent wireless messages before Marconi received his patent.
Laura Wilde Profile
Laura Wilde answered
Alexander Stepanovich is said to have built the first radio receiver.  There's a lot of people taking claim to the "first radio"
John Nawrocki Profile
John Nawrocki answered
From a previous post:
 
It is generally accepted that the radio was invented by Guglielmo Marconi. He transmitted Morse code across the Atlantic. Others including, Oliver Lodge, Alexander Popov and Nikola Tesla are sometime given credit. Probably because they might have sent wireless messages before Marconi received his patent.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Guglielmo Marconi invented the first radio.
Daniel Tagliento Profile
William Marconi got the word transmitted out there first...and he stayed with the invention through all the first trials & tribulations of the new technology till, it stood on it's own and was accepted for the advance it is! As for the mind of Nikola Tesla, it is with out a peer in the areas of electrical generation and range of applications. Edison was many steps below this Croatian's understanding and development of the flow of electrons! Take a few days in the Library or the Net to fully appreciate just the introduction to this man's genius!
sweetboy surendar Profile
Gugliegmo Marconi was an Italian inventor, and was (at first) credited
with the invention of the radio, but he was later proven to have used
17 of Nikola Tesla's patents. In 1943, the radio patent by a vote by
the United States Congress was reversed and given to Nikola Tesla.
Anonymous Profile
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Donna Joy Plattner Profile
RADIO...technology began as wireless telegraphy..a Italian inventor named Guglielmo Maroni was the first to use radio signal in 1895...but  Nikola Telsa is credited with being the first person to patent radio technology...hope...Joy

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