Who invented the two-way radio?

Answer A two-way radio can send and receive (transmit) data messages without the use of wires. In 1923, Senior Constable Frederick William Downie, a member of the Victorian police in Australia, created th... Read More »

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Who Invented the Car Radio?

William P. Lear patented the car radio after he was contracted by Galvin Manufacturing Corp. in Chicago to help assist its engineers, according to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lear al... Read More »

Who invented XM Radio?

XM Radio wasn't "invented." It was founded as a result of a consortium of organizations--including Hughes Aircraft Co., Mobile Telecommunications Technologies Corp and McCaw Communications--that so... Read More »

Who invented the automobile radio?

Paul Galvin and the Galvin Manufacturing Corp. introduced the first mass-produced car radio in 1930. The radio's battery drew power from the car. It sold for $110 and could be custom fit to most po... Read More »

Who invented the console radio?

The Showers Brothers Company, a family-owned furniture business in Indiana, debuted its line of radio cabinets in the spring of 1925. Later that year, the Showers company partnered with Ramway Radi... Read More »