Weagant’s Anti-Static Invention

Published in The Wireless Age April 1919 Pages 11 – 20 This very technical article describes possibly the most important wireless advance made during WWI.  Much of the development work was done by Weagant at the Belmar station, as well as Aldene, NJ and Miami,...

The Wireless Operator’s Future

Published in The Wireless Age November 1915 Page 127 – 129 By William A. Winterbottom  IN the early days of wireless, shortly after Mr. Marconi had successfully demonstrated his ability to communicate 30 miles without wires, the call came for wireless operators....

Marconi’s New Jersey Stations

The In the July number of the WIRELESS WORLD we published a full description of the British station at Carnarvon, in North ‘Wales which had been erected to communicate direct with another station then nearing completion, in New Jersey, USA, and which, between...