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Gift to the World? The Contested Status and Rewards of Early Wireless Telegraphy

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This chapter contains sections titled: 6.1 Collectivist and Individualist Accounts of Wireless Origins, 6.2 Patenting and Public Knowledge: Lightning Guards, Hertzian Waves, and Coherers, 6.3 Unpatented Extensions of Lodge's Technology: Bose, Popov, and Jackson, 6.4 Patenting the Unpatentable? Marconi's Contested Appropriations, 6.5 The Lodge-Muirhead Company vs. Marconi's Telegraph and Wireless Company, 6.6 Lodge, Justice Parker, and the Marconi Company Ascendant, 6.7 Conclusion