Auguste Gustave Ferrié , born with Saint-Jean-with-Maurienne (Savoy) the November 19th 1868 and died in Paris the February 22nd 1932, is a French general engineer and, pioneer of the Radiodiffusion. It improved the Wireless telegraphy (TSF), in particular by installing an antenna at the top of the Eiffel Tower.
Born from a father engineer in the railroads, it makes its studies with Draguignan during two years (1882 - 1884) and, after having redoubled the year of mathematics elementary and received the price Claude Gay, it obtains his baccalaureat in 1884. Admitted with the Polytechnic school (X1887 promotion), he becomes engineer of the radiophonic transmissions.
During the First World War, it develops the radio Télégraphie and becomes thus one of the craftsmen of the victory of 1918. He is elected member of the Academy of Science in 1922. Large Cross of the Legion of honor, it dies in the military hospital of the Valley-of-Grace to Paris in 1932.
A Vocational school in the 10th district of Paris as well as a college with Draguignan carry its som. A commemorative plaque in its honor is with the foot of the Eiffel Tower. A price “General Ferrié” is given to a researcher in the field of the Télécommunication S.
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