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Guglielmo Marconi

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In 1914, he took the position of a Lieutenant in the Italian Army. Later he was promoted to Captain and in 1916 was appointed as a Commander in the Navy, receiving his Italian Military Medal in 1919 for his war service. He also used his systems for the workings of the military. During this time he continued with his experiments, establishing the worlds first microwave radiotelephone link in 1932, and later introducing the microwave beacon for ship navigation.Marconi died in Rome on 20 July 1937 following a series of heart attacks.


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Marconis childhood
Early Life and Education
Marconi prepares for the Atlantic
Marconi business growing pains
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Marconis wireless experiments
Marconi and radar
Honours and rejections
Later Life
Groundbreaking Work and Nobel Prize
Later Years
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