Citizens’ band radio, also known as CB Radio, is a short-range radio voice communications device used primarily by private people in motor cars, homes, workplaces, and other areas where cellular telephony is not available. A standard CB radio consists of a transmitter-receiver and an antenna coupled together, in this article we will explore more about CB Radio.
A common hobby and service that connects people, electronics, and communication together are Amateur Radio (ham radio). Ham radio is used by people to communicate cities, countries, or even into space, all without the Internet or mobile phones. During times of need, it can be fun, emotional, instructional, and can be a lifeline for others. In this article, we will explore everything you need to know about HAM radio.
It is widely accepted that, from a provisional station set up by Guglielmo Marconi in 1895, the first radio transmission was made. This preceded a number of individuals, namely Alessandro Volta, André-Marie Ampère, Georg Ohm, and James Clerk Maxwell, from their groundbreaking work in the field. The multiple possible rivals are mentioned below for the title of “oldest radio stations.”
In modern civilization, in the automobile and in the household, radios are a common technology we use. In reality, it will be impossible to find someone in today’s world who has not heard about, seen, or used a radio during his or her lifetime, regardless of how old or young they might be. However, this was not always the case. Wireless radio communication in real life was a matter of imagination until the 19th century. In this article, we explored the history of radio as we see it today.
It was the old 1930s and 1940s Singing Cowboy movies (Gene Autry, Tex Ritter, Roy Rogers, Eddie Dean and the Sons of the Pioneers), popular on television in the 1950s, that led Mike Gross into Western Music and to start his Swingin’ West radio broadcast on WSHU-FM, Fairfield, CT on Sunday, February 17, 1980.