Electronics & Wireless World


Electronics World, formerly Electronics and Wireless World, and before September 1984 Wireless World, is a British magazine for radio and electronics enthusiasts.

The Marconi Company published the first issue of the journal The Marconigraph In April 1911. It was the first journal written especially for wireless communication and circulated largely among engineers and operators.
In 1913 the name was changed to The Wireless World and in April the first issue was sold on news-stands.
From April 1922 it was known as The Radio Review. This journal was first published October 1919 and ended as part of The Wireless World.
The title was changed in September 1984 to Electronics and Wireless World, and later to Electronics World.

Electronics & Wireless World - 1989
Electronics & Wireless World -1984
Electronics World & Wireless World - 1993

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