Short history of the radio
A radio receiver is an electronic device that allows the receiving and the transmission of radio waves and their conversion, in order to convert these informations for radiocommunication. The 2nd of July 1897 Guglielmo Marconi, an italian physician and inventor, got the patent for the radio in London: in the following decades the devices used for radiocommunication have changed their design according to the newest technologies and the consumers’ needs. We collected 12 examples, from 1924 to 2009.
Author: Valeria Loreti and Deepa Parapatt