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Museum of radio
Switzerland

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Inaugurato nel 2002, in occasione del settantesimo anniversario della nascita della Radio della Svizzera italiana, il Museo della radio si propone di illustrare l'evoluzione di questo strumento di trasmissione dall'epoca pionieristica (anni Trenta) ad oggi, con particolare riferimento al territorio ticinese.

Ideato e creato dall'Associazione Museo della Radio, lo stesso si trova sul Monte Ceneri, nelle vicinanze dell'antenna, un luogo particolarmente significativo e simbolico da cui prese il nome la neonata radio.

Radio Monteceneri ebbe un importante ruolo durante la seconda guerra mondiale, in quanto unica voce di lingua italiana libera.

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Presso il museo si possono osservare gli impianti originali di radiotrasmissione, apparecchi di produzione sonora, vecchi televisori, apparecchi radio, telefonini.

Radiotecnica e storia vivono pure in una notevole raccolta di documenti.

(fonte: http://www.zainettodelturismo.org/welcome.cfm?page=struttura&id=42320, consultato il 23.06.2011)

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