Radio inventor discovered


Who invented the Radio? J.C. Bose or G. Marconi? The debate has existed for a century now. But Marconi has finally settled the debate over the device’s invention.

However, this is not the same Marconi who was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1909 and is credited with the invention of Radio. It is his grandson, Fancesco Paresce Marconi, a well-known astrophysicist, closely associated with NASA.

We, Indians are aware of the scientist Jagdish Chandra Bose’s pioneering contribution in the device’s invention. It is also true that the Bengali scientist did not patent his work and he had to pay the price for it.

According to Indian scientists, Guglielmo Marconi of Italy later “lifted Bose’s concept” and presented his work. He subsequently won the Nobel Prize for the discovery of wireless telegraphy.

To make the Indian Scientist’s case stronger, an article in a special issue of The Proceedings of the IEEE had made a definitive case for Jagdish Chandra Bose. Bose announced the invention in an 1899 paper presented at the Royal Society in London, writes a satellite and communications engineer at Johnson Space Center in Houston who is also an amateur historian.

1 comments:

Joydeep said...

Good job bro! Its about time Bose gets the recognition he deserves!