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Marconi, Guglielmo

Syllabification: Mar·co·ni, Guglielmo
Pronunciation: /märˈkōnē
( 1874–1937), Italian electrical engineer; the father of radio. In 1912, Marconi produced a continuously oscillating wave, essential for the transmission of sound. He went on to develop shortwave transmission over long distances. Nobel Prize for Physics (1909), shared with Carl Braun.

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