Wooden radio, Philips 930A, 1931 Dutch

Wooden radio, Philips 930A, 1931 Dutch

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Caption: Wooden radio. A 1931 Philips 930A Dutch-made radio with wooden casing. Wireless telegraphy, the principle upon which radios operate, was developed by Guglielmo Marconi from 1895. The first portable radio receiver was invented in 1922.

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Keywords: 1931, communication, communications, communications technology, philips 930a 1931 radio, radio, technological communication, wood, wooden

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