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  • Amateur radio [r]: (Ham Radio), pertains to the transmission and reception of radio signals by private individuals for non-commercial and two-way purposes. [e]
  • Guglielmo Marconi [r]: (1874 - 1937) Italian inventor and pioneer of radio communication. [e]
  • SOS [r]: Conventional description used for the Morse code international distress signal (· · · — — — · · ·). [e]
  • Wireless telegraphy [r]: The use of radio to send telegraphic messages rather than by long-distance transmission lines. [e]