Transmit This


Friday, January 25, 2008

A lot of us learned that Guglielmo Marconi invented radio, but Nikola Tesla transmitted electromagnetic waves before Marconi –- the Supreme Court decided the case in 1943. Jim Stagnitto, the Director of Engineering for WNYC, gives Kurt a tour at the top of the Empire State Building to check out a radio transmitter in action.



Jim Stagnitto

Comments [1]

'Doc' Masoomikan

Hi Jim, How is it going?? Haven't heard from you since Nancy and I visited
WNYC last year. Hope you are well and happy // Please drop me a line.

Jun. 26 2013 12:12 PM

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