Teborne Show With Getish Mamo Part 2


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Interview with the famous Ethiopian artist Getish Mamo part two. Information is essential to the day-to-day activities of humankind. The means of communication that present information about events around humans and from far places become very complicated from time to time. The invention of the electric telegraph by Samuel Morse made it possible to send messages anywhere at any time in the middle of the nineteenth century. This realized the age-old human desire for a means of communication free from the obstacles of long-distance transportation.

 

But it depended on an insulated wire, expensive to install and easy to damage. Unlike most inventions, the radio was not the innovation of one person. Rather, it involved several people and passed through several stages to become the popular means of mass communication. Michael Faraday, James Cleark Maxwell, Oliver Lodge, and Heinrich Hertz, are among those who prepared the ground for Marconi and the practical development of Radio Communication. 

 

Therefore, it could be said that the invention of the radio is generally the outcome of a chain of prior developments which have been spread over a considerable period and to which several individuals have separately contributed. As Garratt and Winston confirm, there is a widespread belief that the invention of wireless telegraphy was the work of an Italian man, Guglielmo Marconi. Indeed, the first patent ever to be granted for a system of wireless telegraphy stands in his name. 

 

The fact is that his achievement was only the practical application of scientific developments and discoveries, which had been spread over almost eighty years. In 1899 and 1901, Guglielmo Marconi, from Italy successfully transmitted the first signals across the English Channel and the Atlantic respectively.

Radio from the time of Marconi onwards has also been the subject of many studies. Reginald Fessenden and Lee De Forest improved Marconiā€Ÿs wireless. Fessenden, in 1906, made it possible to send speech and music for lengthy miles using wireless. Radio communication played an important role during the First World War (1914-1918). The participant countries began to use radio for war purposes to communicate with troops in remote areas.

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