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Museo Della Radio d'Epoca

37122 Verona, Italy (veneto)

Address via del pontiere, 40
 
 
Floor area unfortunately not known yet  
 
Museum typ
Radio and Kommunication in general


Opening times
Monday-Friday, 9am-6pm, school days. Summer openings and groups should be booked in advance.
Lunedì al Venerdì dalle 9:00 alle 18:00, nei giorni di scuola. Apertura estiva e gruppi su prenotazione

Admission
Free entry.

Contact
Tel.:+39-045-595 855  Mobile:+39 389 024 6638  
eMail:info museodellaradio.com   

Homepage www.museodellaradio.com

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Location / Directions
N45.433294° E10.996182°N45°25.99764' E10°59.77092'N45°25'59.8584" E10°59'46.2552"

Some example model pages for sets you can see there:

USA: RCA RCA Victor Co. Loudspeaker 103 (1928)

Description

RADIO MUSEUM From the private collection of Alberto Chiàntera. This Exhibition is intended as a brief tour through the world of Radio, the invention that dramatically changed the circulation of news and culture in contemporary society.

The equipment and models as show were all chosen from the private collection of Alberto Chiàntera, starting from the telegraph and the earliest telegraph transmitters, with their bulky Ruhmkorff coils, to proceed with the evolution of receivers. The early models of these were complex and austere, looking as laboratory equipment, with clearly visible circuits and globe valves, and featuring externals headsets, batteries and loudspeakers. A selection of the latter is on show.

The different parts were gradually hidden in more and more stylish cabinets. During the Thirties the modern version of the radio appeared. Initially a luxury product for the wealthiest, coming in elegant cabinets, the radio gradually become available to the masses. The actual boom of the Radio started with World War II, when the interest for news became exceptionally Keen.

As from this period, the Radio became a familiar object in most house-holds. Thanks to new solutions brought about by styling, the Radio became an increasingly common object.

Transistors further reduced its dimensions, making it the extra small object it is today, attracting our curiosity especially for the solution being applied.

The Galileo Ferraris, National Technical/Industrial Secondary School is hosting the radio museum, a concrete example of the history of technology. The museum is open Monday through Friday, from 9:00 to 18:00, on school days; groups must book a visit by calling +39-045-595855.


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