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...

The Belmar Station – August 1914

Page 1 The Belmar Station The illustration at the top of this page shows the operating building located at the water’s edge at Belmar, N.J.   The masts of this gigantic Marconi station which appear in the background, are 300 feet high and aerials carried on them...

WIRELESS PLANT COMPLETED

Published The Hightstown Gazette on July 9, 1914 – Page 1 Thanks to Mr. Robert Craig of the New Jersey State Historic Presrvation Office who found and sent us this article.  Although the article has some inaccuracies, it also has some interesting items.  First...

MARCONI LIGHTS A LAMP SIX MILES AWAY

Published in the Electrical Experimenter in the April 1914 issue on Page 186 It is announced that Sig. Marconi has succeeded in lighting an electric lamp by electricity through the agency of wireless at a distance of six miles. A bulb was attached to a receiver...