As you can see in the article to the right in the graphic, my Father-in-law, Ray Britton was one of Trenton's earliest radio pioneers. Had he continued his interest in radio, he would have been right been right next to Trenton's Ed Raser as a very early devotee of radio communication. Commercial broadcast radio as we know it today, didn't come into vogue until the early 1920's. It must have been truly exciting back in those very early years to communicate via wireless to another radio operator in another town. I also assume it would have been a somewhat dangerous hobby for those who are not familiar with high voltage and primitive equipment.