The First Morse Code by Radio Experiments in WA
Join presenter Richard Rennie as he continues this free series of Science Sunday talks
In 1899, Mr. G.P. Stevens of the Telegraph Department in Perth carried out the first 'Morse code by radio' experiments in Western Australia. Hear the story of how he achieved this and see a demonstration of his original technology. Or did someone else do it first?
Join presenter Richard Rennie as he continues this free series of talks. Afterwards, see the Museum's latest exhibition: The Wire: A History of Morse Code.
Date: Sunday 13 August 2017
Venue: Wireless Hill Museum, Telefunken Drive, Ardross.
Phone: 9364 0158
Free event. No bookings required.
|Contact Name||Museum Staff|
|Contact Phone||9364 0158|
|Location||Wireless Hill Museum|
|Start Date||13 August 2017|
|End Date||13 August 2017|