Air Aid

Signal Feed

The first FM backpack radio was developed at the Signal Corps Labs at Fort Monmouth  in 1941, providing troops with reliable, static-free communication. FM radio relay, born from radar research, was also developed at Fort Monmouth. Military experts number these two inventions among the top five systems that made the Allies victorious in World War II.

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