He has worked in inexperienced conditions and to some extent in a secret from his father. In October 1895, he accomplished a 1st achievements – he started a radio contact with radio recipient which was located one kilometer from him. Nonetheless, he has not observed any interest in his creation in Italy, so he went to England in Feb 1896. Here he went to the chief technician of the British Post Office.
On the 27th of July in 1896, the airing specialized equipment was installed on the roof of the Key Post Office in London. The Morse’s printer receiver was put on the roof of a building put a kilometer from the post office. Guglielmo operated a telegraph key, and viewers at the printer were able to read the content. That event is known as to be the first public experiment of the radio. Later, in 1899 here was an effort to transfer the signal across the British Channel and in 1901 passed a message across the Atlantic Ocean from Canada to England. The first message that was transmitted across the Atlantic was the letter “S” of the Morse code.