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Wireless Gallery

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Choose from 25 pictures in our Wireless collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Wireless officer sending a message by Morse Code from on board a ship, 1916
Wireless officer sending a message by Morse Code from on board a ship, 1916
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Cordless microphone used by Rakim to record The 18th Letter, 1997. Creator: Shure
Cordless microphone used by Rakim to record The 18th Letter, 1997. Creator: Shure
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Training in telecommunications, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
Training in telecommunications, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
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A family listening to the results of the general election of 1923, (1935)
A family listening to the results of the general election of 1923, (1935)
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The wireless transmission room at Croydon Aerodrome, south London, 1928, (1935)
The wireless transmission room at Croydon Aerodrome, south London, 1928, (1935)
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Guglielmo Marconi (1874 - 1934), c. 1915
Guglielmo Marconi (1874 - 1934), c. 1915
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Twentieth Century Transportation, c.1910
Twentieth Century Transportation, c.1910
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Micro-ray wireless station, 1938
Micro-ray wireless station, 1938
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Wireless Operator Inside Latest Type of Training Machine, 1940
Wireless Operator Inside Latest Type of Training Machine, 1940
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Operating a Portable Wireless Outstation, 1940
Operating a Portable Wireless Outstation, 1940
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Wirless Operator Mechanics Workshop, 1940
Wirless Operator Mechanics Workshop, 1940
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Clapham and Dwyer, musical and radio humorists, 1935
Clapham and Dwyer, musical and radio humorists, 1935
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Cordless microphone used by Rakim to record The 18th Letter, 1997. Creator: Shure Featured Print

Cordless microphone used by Rakim to record The 18th Letter, 1997. Creator: Shure

A wireless microphone used by Rakim to record the album "The 18th Letter" (1997). The hand-held microphone has a circular silver mesh wire grill covering the foam interior of the microphone. The grill is attached to a black plastic cylindrical handle with text printed in silver type near the attachment reading "SHURE" and "BETA 58A" twice around. The handle is made from two pieces, with a small square digital display screen on the top half of the handle bordered by gray plastic, with "L3 638-698 MHz" printed in white type below it. White type reading "UR2" on two opposing sides is printed at the bottom of the lower half of the handle. A smaller round-edged cylindrical piece of black plastic protudes from the bottom of the handle. The bottom half of the handle (b) screws off to reveal a battery chamber that holds two (2) AA batteries. Opposite the battery chamber is a digital push-button menu with four buttons reading clockwise from top: up-facing arrow, "enter", down-facing arrow, "exit". The button menu is directly below the digital display screen on the exterior of the top half of the handle. Beneath the buttons is a manufacturer's label with serial and model numbers, and a key for the menu buttons

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Guglielmo Marconi, Italian pioneer of wireless telegraphy, Signal Hall, Newfoundland
Guglielmo Marconi, Italian pioneer of wireless telegraphy, Signal Hall, Newfoundland
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Advert for Western Electric Company wireless frame aerial sets, 1923
Advert for Western Electric Company wireless frame aerial sets, 1923
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RAF Coastal Command radio operator on board his aircraft, c1940 (1943)
RAF Coastal Command radio operator on board his aircraft, c1940 (1943)
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The first wireless photographs from America o England were sent on September 25th
The first wireless photographs from America o England were sent on September 25th
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A Marconi wireless operator receiving wireless messages as the Empress of Britain crosses
A Marconi wireless operator receiving wireless messages as the Empress of Britain crosses
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Guglielmo Marchese Marconi, Italian electrical engineer, (c1924)
Guglielmo Marchese Marconi, Italian electrical engineer, (c1924)
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Advertisement for French Radio National, 20th century
Advertisement for French Radio National, 20th century
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Interior of a Marconi radio transmitting station, 1915
Interior of a Marconi radio transmitting station, 1915
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French citizens listening to a broadcast by Vichy deputy premier Admiral Darlan, 23 May
French citizens listening to a broadcast by Vichy deputy premier Admiral Darlan, 23 May
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Long wave transmitter masts at a Marconi radio station at Berne, Switzerland, c1925
Long wave transmitter masts at a Marconi radio station at Berne, Switzerland, c1925
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Opening of wireless telegraph link between Paris and Casablanca, 1907
Opening of wireless telegraph link between Paris and Casablanca, 1907
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Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937), Italian physicist and radio pioneer
Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937), Italian physicist and radio pioneer
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A Marconi wireless operator receiving wireless messages as the Empress of Britain crosses the Atlan Featured Print

A Marconi wireless operator receiving wireless messages as the Empress of Britain crosses the Atlan

A Marconi wireless operator receiving wireless messages as the Empress of Britain crosses the Atlantic, c1934. Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937), an Italian physicist and inventor, sent the first radio signals across the Atlantic using a transmitter developed from this one. He later developed short-wave radio equipment, and established a worldwide radio telegraph network for the British government. In 1909 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics. From The Treasury of Knowledge. [Richard Clay & Sons, Ltd., Bungay, Suffolk, 1934]

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Air Raid Precautions, cigarette card, British, 1938
Air Raid Precautions, cigarette card, British, 1938
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