A History of the Marconi Company

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Routledge, 1970 - Business & Economics - 416 pages
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This accessible work provides a detailed picture of the history of one of the most important companies in the electronic industry. It follows the company from its infancy to its successes and setbacks. Through the history of the company, the reader can read the history or electronics: from the invention of the diode valve to wireless radio, radar, and television broadcasting. W. J. Baker examines the competition and the challenges facing the Marconi company in order for it to thrive.

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