Enrico Fermi Talks About Guglielmo Marconi
Authors: Mazzinghi P., Pelosi G.
Autors Affiliation: Italian National Institute of Optics, Enrico Fermi Place 6, Arcetri, 1-50125 Florence, Italy; Embassy of Italy in Sweden, Oakhill-Djurgarden-115 21 Stockholm, Sweden; Department of Electronics and Telecommunications, University of Florence, Via Santa Marta 3, 1-50139 Florence, Italy
Abstract: I hope I have demonstrated with this short outline how wide and interesting is the field that the study of electromagnetic wave propagation in the high atmosphere – which was originated from Marconi’s tests on long-distance radio communications – opened to investigation. The interest is emphasized by the fact that these high-atmosphere properties are linked to many other phenomena (so far, only partially understood) of terrestrial and solar physics. It is to be hoped that a methodical study of these phenomena and their interdependencies can lead to a remarkable advance in our knowledge of the atmospheric state on one hand, and on the other hand can be fruitful for practical results to guarantee stability and efficiency of radio communications in adverse weather conditions.
Journal/Review: IEEE ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION MAGAZINE
Volume: 53 (3) Pages from: 226 to: 230
KeyWords: Adverse weather; Enrico fermi; Marconi; Solar physics, Electromagnetic wave propagation; Electromagnetic waves; Radio communicationDOI: 10.1109/MAP.2011.6028470Citations: 2data from “WEB OF SCIENCE” (of Thomson Reuters) are update at: 2020-08-09References taken from IsiWeb of Knowledge: (subscribers only)Connecting to view paper tab on IsiWeb: Click hereConnecting to view citations from IsiWeb: Click here