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Offline conan

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Re: Marconi research huts at Dungeness
« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2017, 00:00:55 »
Paragraph 27 of this link shows a photo and states that although it was known as the Decca radio it was in fact Marconi

http://www.dungeness.org.uk/what-to-see/

but then scanning down through this link seems to give confirmation that it was Decca

http://jproc.ca/hyperbolic/decca_buildings.html

As Marconi was  there in the 1890s and the Decca thing was later maybe they were both involved on Dungeness at different times and used the same site
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Re: Marconi research huts at Dungeness
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2017, 16:06:50 »
I understand from someone who has lived and worked in Dungeness for decades that the tumbledown shack was Decca rather than Marconi.  I can ask him for further information if required.

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Re: Marconi research huts at Dungeness
« Reply #2 on: December 18, 2010, 09:22:34 »
A lot of Marconis work was also done on the Isle of Wight there may be some more info looking there? :)
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Marconi research huts at Dungeness
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2010, 23:53:36 »
Does anyone know anything about the Marconi radio research huts at Dungeness (http://www.romneymarshtimes.com/2008/11/5-things-you-didn-know-about-dungeness_26.html).

I'm researching a possible article on them for my website, any further info or pointers would be appreciated and credited.

Cheers,
Andy
http://www.romneymarshtimes.com

 

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