RELAYS IN THE WIRELESS LINE
LONDON, 14th July. , The Committee of the Imperial Conference to-day discussed a wireless proposal submitted, by Sir Henry Norman.. This provides for an Empire-wide scheme, enabling the Dominions and Britain to communicate -with each other, btit not directly. This plain provides for a two-thousand-mile radius, meaning that ■relays are necessary. Mr. Hughes bitterly opposed this, demanding a direct exchange, if a scheme is to be attempted at all.
A long debate followed.
Mr. Massey is confident that a wireless chain will be established, even if relays ■are necessary.
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RELAYS IN THE WIRELESS LINE, Evening Post, Volume CII, Issue 14, 16 July 1921
RELAYS IN THE WIRELESS LINE Evening Post, Volume CII, Issue 14, 16 July 1921
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