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English: Electrical engineer/inventor Guglielmo Marconi operating apparatus similar to that used by him to transmit first wireless signal across Atlantic.
Español: El ingeniero eléctrico e inventor Guglielmo Marconi operando un aparato similar al usado por él para transmitir la primera señal no cableada a través del Atlántico.
Date 1901
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