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CAN INTERCEPT WIRELESS NOTES
Italian Scientists Experimenting in Normandy, However,Claim Own Messages Cannot Be Tampered With.
Publication:The Christian Science Monitor (1908-Current file) - Boston, Mass.
Date:Nov 25, 1908
 Abstract (Document Summary)

PARIS, Nov. 25--If the claims of Bellini and Tosi, two Italian scientists who have been experimenting with wireless telegraphy on the coast of Normandy with the French government's consent, are correct, then the use of their system will give immense advantage to the government which secures it.

  

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