Reginald Aubrey Fessenden (October 6, 1866 – July 22, 1932) was a Canadian-born inventor, who did a majority of his work in the United States and also claimed U.S. citizenship through his American-born father.  During his life he received hundreds of patents in various fields, most notably ones related to radio and sonar .
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Fessenden was a well-known inventor by then, having been the first to successfully transmit voices using radio waves and the first to achieve a two-way transatlantic broadcast in 1906. Fay thought Fessenden might solve a problem the SSC was having with its bell system, and he invited the engineer to come by the company’s offices the following ...
Reginald Aubrey Fessenden, (born October 6, 1866, Milton, Canada East [now Quebec], Canada—died July 22, 1932, Hamilton, Bermuda), Canadian radio pioneer who on Christmas Eve in 1906 broadcast the first program of music and voice ever transmitted over long distances.
Reginald Fessenden was an electrician, chemist, and employee of Thomas Edison who is responsible for transmitting the first voice message over the radio in 1900 and the first radio broadcast in 1906. Early Life and Work With Edison Fessenden was born on October 6, 1866, in what is now Quebec, Canada.
Reginald Fessenden, considered the “Father of Voice Radio”, was a Canadian-born inventor who performed pioneering radio experiments and applied them in ways that are still in use today. In pursuit of a successful system to transmit and receive the human voice using continuous radio waves, Fessenden experimented on Roanoke Island and the ...
Born in Canada, Reginald Aubrey Fessenden was a premiere radio pioneer and considered by many to be the “Father of Voice Radio.”. During his life, he unleashed the potential of several concepts and applied them in ways that are taken for granted in the present-day.
Reginald Fessenden was born on the 6th of October 1866 in Milton, Quebec, Canada. Reginald was a Canadian radio pioneer who made some significant leaps and bounds in radio technology. He would...
Reginald Aubrey Fessenden, this great man who gave to the world so much yet received so little, died in his home by the sea in Bermuda on July 22nd, 1932. Burial was in St. Mark's Church cemetery and over the vault was erected a memorial with fluted glumns.
On December 24, 1906, at 9 P.M. eastern standard time, Reginald Fessenden transmitted human voices from Brant Rock near Boston, Massachusetts to several ships at sea owned by the United Fruit Company. The host of the broadcast was Fessenden.
Reginald Aubrey Fessenden, electrical engineer (born 6 October 1866 in East Bolton, Canada East; died 22 July 1932 in Hamilton, Bermuda). Fessenden was a pioneer in the field of radio communication. He made the first voice transmission over radio waves.