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An archived version of the site is available at https://wayback.archive-it.org/org-467/20200515075612/http://www.marconicalling.com/
1 April 2020
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Preface from the original site
For the first time Marconi have opened their Archive to the public through the world wide web. MarconiCalling is a fascinating exploration of Guglielmo Marconi's life, his scientific discoveries, the impact of wireless and the development of modern communications.
This site is optimised for machines running at 450MHz or above and a high speed connection
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Information concerning Marconi plc on this site was correct as of mid-2001.
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The unique Marconi Collection has never before been available to the public.
This digital archive draws from the Collection and concentrates on the first 50 years of wireless from 1896 to 1946. It covers an important cross section of early equipment and experiments and contains a large collection of documents, around 700 photographs and 500 pieces of ephemera.
You can choose your area of interest by clicking on sections to the right or visiting the highlights below.
- Titanic Messages - Exclusive archive of original material
- A 3D demonstration of Marconi portable receiver and transmitter
- Excerpts from the diary of Marconi's Assistant - George Kemp
- Newspaper articles covering the marriage of Marconi to Beatrice
- Film footage of Marconi's funeral
- Marconi's original patent for a system of wireless telegraphy
- Sound recording of Captain Kendall speaking about Dr. Crippen