An Italian inventor and electrical engineer of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His most famous invention is the wireless telegraph, the forerunner of present-day radio, which he developed in the 1890s. In 1909, Marconi received the Nobel Prize for physics.
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The house for the Marconi instruments was situated on the boat deck close to the bridge.
So far as can be ascertained, it was never heard of by anyone on board the Titanic outside the Marconi room.
It thus appears that the Marconi apparatus was at work until within a few minutes of the foundering of the Titanic.
The Californian heard none of the Titanic's messages; she had only one Marconi operator on board and he was asleep.