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Marconi signalling devices
(centre left) Righi Oscillator or Spark-Gap, 1895. This instrument for generating radio waves was invented by Augusto Righi, Professor at the University of Bologna, who
was influential in directing Marconi's scientific interests. In 1896 Marconi brough this example to England, where he used it in demonstrations for the General Post Office.
(centre right) Coherer Receiver by Guglielmo Marconi, 1896. Marconi used this device
for a famous public demonstration of wireless in London's Toynbee Hall in 1896.
At a public lecture given by William Preece, chief engineer to the General Post Office, whenever Preece switched a transmitter and created an electric spark, a bell rang
on a box Marconi took to any part of the lecture room. There was no visible connection between the two. The demonstration caused a sensation and made Marconi a celebrity.
(lower left) Coherer, 1899. Early research on radio waves used a "coherer" to detect their presence. This was a glass tube containing metal filings that would stick together under the electro-magnetic influence of a radio wave and allow an electric current to flow. This could be registered as a dot or dash on a Morse recorder. This early example was made by Marconi's company in Chelmsford in 1899.
(lower centre) Morse Key, c.1900. This key was used by Marconi during his experiments on tuned circuits at the Haven Hotel, Poole in c.1900. It was the first type of key designed specifically for wireless work.
(lower right) Aerial Tuning Inductance Coil, c.1900.
Marconi magnetic detector
Magnetic Detector by Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co. Ltd, early 20th century.
First patented in 1902, Marconi's magnetic detector was more sensitive than the coherer and became the standard device for receiving spark telegraphic signals between 1903 and 1918 in both ships and shore stations.
It relies on the magnetic effect of the wireless signal on a moving soft-iron band,
and the variations in its magnetism are in turn used to induce electrical currents
which create Morse clicks heard in the headphones.
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