Wireless Pool

All thing wireless

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Armin Malikić

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Armin Malikić

Armin Malikić editorial, Ljubomir Todorović, 2014

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Armin Malikić

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Armin Malikić

Armin Malikić editorial, Ljubomir Todorović, 2014

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Armin Malikić

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Armin Malikić

Armin Malikić editorial, Ljubomir Todorović, 2014

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Armin Malikić

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Armin Malikić

Armin Malikić editorial, Ljubomir Todorović, 2014

[WWW] https://www.flickr.com/photos/ljubomirtodorovic/15075340297/in/pool-37996606942@N01

Armin Malikić

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Armin Malikić

Armin Malikić editorial, Ljubomir Todorović, 2014

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draadloos

jpbatiste has added a photo to the pool:

draadloos

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O-I-L

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

O-I-L

Ljubomir Todorovic, 2014

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O-I-L

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

O-I-L

Ljubomir Todorovic, 2014

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Blade

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Blade

Ljubomir Todorovic, 2013

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FALL 2013

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

FALL 2013

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Vildana komp 02

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Vildana komp 02

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FALL 2013

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

FALL 2013

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Marconi International Marine Communications Company Ltd c1950s

Argy58 has added a photo to the pool:

Marconi International Marine Communications Company Ltd c1950s

A great Marconi Marine wireless lapel badge that would have, in all probability, been worn by a 'Marconiman' Radio Officer in the Merchant Navy. In order to become a qualified Marconi Marine Radio Operator, Marconi would offer grants to new recruits to go to college to gain the 'Certificate of Competence in Radiotelegraphy and Authority to Operate' qualification. There were two standards of certificate; the Standard Second Class and the Advanced First Class. These were the standard qualifications to serve as a Radio Officer on British Ships in the Merchant Navy in the 1950s.

More often than not, Radio Officers were employed directly by the wireless companies; these included Marconi International Marine Communications Company Ltd, International Marine Radio Ltd, Siemens (AEI) and Redifon Ltd. These wireless companies would enter into a contract with the shipping companies for the supply of wireless room equipment and the trained radio operating staff.

Marconi is synonymous with the scientific development of radio in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. In 1900, Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company's maritime rights were sold to Marconi International Marine Communications Company Ltd. Marconi Marine's business covered the provision, installation and operation of ship radio installations for up to 68 years before the company was acquired in the late 1960s by Selex ES, a subsidiary of Finmeccanica, one of Europe’s largest electronics and communications groups.

The above badge showing the Marconi Marine trademark of the 'M' embracing the globe (aquatic blue) has a lightning bolt, a symbol of communication bisecting the planet. The rear of the badge has a serial number of 4457 that in all probability links to an employee number. The badge was made by the respected British maker, Thomas Fattorini, Birmingham.


Photography, layout and design: Argy58

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Phobia

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Phobia

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Marconi | Marconiphone c1920s

Argy58 has added a photo to the pool:

Marconi | Marconiphone c1920s

The handwritten trademark of Guglielmo Marconi creates a dynamic global logotype for a brand that was synonymous with the birth of radio. The beautifully crafted enamel badge was created by the renowned maker Thomas Fattorini, Hockley St, Birmingham.

The Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi arrived in England in 1896 to seek support for a commercial application of his ideas. On Salisbury Plain he gave a demonstration of his wireless system to the Navy, Army and Post Office and repeated this excercise to an audience at a public lecture inToynbee Hall, London. His transmitter to receiver demonstration caused a sensation and made Marconi an instant celebrity. Two years later in 1898 the Marconi Company opened the world's first radio factory in Chelmsford.

In 1922, the Marconi Company established the Marconiphone department to design, manufacture
and sell domestic receiving equipment. During the same year, the company released the Marconiphone V2 which was the first mass produced commercial radio available on the market.

In 1929, Marconiphone was sold to the Gramophone Company with rights to use both the Marconi signature and Marconiphone trademarks. After the 1920's, the Marconi Company never re-entered the domestic radio market.

Photography, layout and design: Argy58

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Dark alley

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Dark alley

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Phobia

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Phobia

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Achluophobia - Fear of the darkness

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Achluophobia - Fear of the darkness

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Monophobia - Fear of being alone

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Monophobia - Fear of being alone

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Coprophobia - Fear of fecies

Ljubomir Todorovic has added a photo to the pool:

Coprophobia - Fear of fecies

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