History of Radio to 1926
The technical development of wireless communications during and after World War I that led to the formation of RCA and the ensuing patent fights are extensively documented, again with the aid of Archer's access to the RCA archives, and reprints of many important documents in radio history are included. Archer deals with two different worlds in the last half of the book: the development of radio stations and programming as seen by the audience, and the straggle behind the scenes for industrial power.
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