I have pointed out to you before that this idea you seem to have about radio waves is wrong. Radio waves are composed of real photons, just as real as visible light or γ-rays. The only difference is the wavelength.
In QED, you have real photons, just as you do in simple quantum mechanics, but in addition you have these transient disturbances in the EM field labelled rather unfortunately "virtual photons".
These are not photons. More here: https://profmattstra...-what-are-they/
I am not sure what you mean by the photons "of Einstein". As far as I know, Einstein's picture of photons was essentially the one we still have today. He got his Nobel Prize for demonstrating the wave-particle duality of light. In what way do you think photons were seen differently in his day from the more modern picture?
This is what I am driving at https://www.research..._the_QED_photon
Further more an interesting discussion on virtual photons which is partly related https://www.research...virtual_photon2
Photons travel in straight lines, Virtual photons can have many differing properties and can bend around corners like magnetic field lines for example, which photons can not. When discussing photons and virtual photons, people often use the wrong terms.
Radio waves in my book on QFT in the section on QED are transmitted by polarized virtual photons, not polarized photons. Photons can not be polarized, other than perhaps in QED they are made up of a particle anti particle pair ripped from the vacuum.