The Titanic’s Role in Radio Reform

When the Titanic sank in 1912, it had a radio station on board but standardized procedures for how and when to use it were non-existent. As the IEEE Spectrum notes, the tragedy triggered a massive effort to “standardize procedures and systems for wireless maritime distress”.

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