The Wireless Telegraphic Connection

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Radio in the early years was called wireless telegraphy. Beginning around the year 1913, amateur wireless telegraph stations were set up in trees and housetops. Aerials and masts dotted the countryside. It is estimated that there was almost a quarter of a million stations. They were used to send and receive wireless telegraph signals, not voice. Vacuum tubes were not yet widely known. These stations had to rely on spark gaps. It was the energy spikes, or surges put out by the spark-gap...